A bodywork & anatomy webinar for breathwork practitioners
The webinar is presented by Nisarga Eryk Dobosz
This breathwork bodywork webinar is specifically designed for breathwork practitioners to guide the use of touch and bodywork in breath sessions. One of the six key elements of BBTRS is TOUCH. Touch can be used in many different ways: for the purpose of resourcing; activating the parasympathetic rest and digest response, activation of the sympathetic nervous system for flight or fight and also myofascial bodywork for structural alignment. The energetic residues of our traumatic events, experiences, emotions or accidents are stored in the soft tissue in the fascial network of our bodies. Skilful use of bodywork along with conscious breathing can tremendously support clients in trauma resolution. The contents of this webinar cover strokes and bodywork techniques for all seven major belts of tension as well as the necessary anatomical, structural and physiological knowledge to apply them safely and with confidence. The recording of this webinar is 1.5 hours in total. It is part of the required Curriculum for the BBTRS practitioner certification program and the information covered will also benefit massage therapists, yoga teachers, and others in the healing professions.
Topics covered in this bodywork & breathwork webinar
- Use of different types of touch in BBTRS sessions
- Four stages of conscious touch
- Explanation of the Fascial network
- The importance of the Iliopsoas muscle and its relationship to trauma
- Bodywork & Anatomy for:
- Ocular belt
- Cervical and Oral belt
- Thoracic belt, including shoulder, arms and hands
- Diaphragmatic and Abdominal belt
- Pelvic belt, including legs and feet.
- BBTRS (BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release) Trainer and Facilitator
- BCST (Biodynamic Cranio Sacral Therapist)
- MER (Myofascial Energetic Release) Trainer
- LLN Lomi Lomi Nui Hawaiian Bodywork Trainer
- Co-Founder & Director of the Integral Body Institute in Poland
Nisarga began his journey with breathwork and healing practising Pranayama (yogic breathing) at a yoga studio in Warsaw, Poland in 1998. Guided by his spiritual search and interest in deep inner healing he first came to the OSHO International Meditation Center in Pune, India in 2005 where he discovered the revolutionary breath therapies and meditations taught by the late Indian Master Osho and his disciples. His motivation to learn about and deeply understand the human body and its language took him to the sources of integrated mind-body-spirit work. He continued travelling and living around the world for the next 10 years, studying and practising various breathwork, bodywork and meditation techniques from the Zen, Sufi, Tao, Buddhist, Tantra and Osho traditions in Asia, Europe and America.