CSE Level I

Applied Somatics for Titling Bodies
21 CEU CMTBC

Applied Somatics for Stooping Bodies
20 CEU CMTBC

Applied Somatics for Arching Bodies
20 CEU CMTBC

 

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CSE Level II

The Extremeties and TMJ
21 CEU CMTBC

 

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CSE Level III

Certification
CASE - Certified Applied Somatic Educator

 

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CSE Level I

Clinical Somatic Education Level I consists of 3
immersion courses (20 - 21 hours in length each):

Applied Somatics for Tilting Bodies
Applied Somatics for Stooping Bodies
Applied Somatics for Arching Bodies

The first three modules comprising Level I look at postural disorders of the spinalpelvic centre (trunk), the neuromuscular imbalance known as sensory motor amnesia, and the stress that affects the spinal-pelvic centre. These courses will lay the foundation for your CSE practice and may be taken in any order.

These modules of Clinical Applied Somatics Education techniques (hands-on) are effective in eliminating chronic pain of the back and neck, headaches/migraines, scoliosis, sciatica etc...

When the practitioner has completed these three modules they have a system of somatic tools that allow them to work with a broad spectrum of clients in their practice. These first three components look at the neuromuscular and postural changes as a result of the landau reflex, trauma reflex and startle reflex.





For an example of some of these techniques being taught in a class for clinic clients click the icon below

This exercise, called "Arch and Flatten", will help to:

  • rebalance and control the muscles of the torso, shoulder girdle and joint, and upper arm
  • improve posture, especially the length and stability of the spine reduce pain of the mid to low back, shoulder girdle and joint, and the head and neck

Somatic Movement Principals

  • Always move slowly, smoothly and gently with the lease possible effort.
  • be aware of how your muscles and joints feel as you do the movements.
  • Always stay within your comfort level and do not force any movement.
    Straining may produce more tension in your body, not less.
  • If a movement is not comfortable for you, imagine yourself going through the exercise. This can still create neuromuscular changes that can help to reduce pain.

Disclaimer

This exercise sample and/or the CD is not intended, nor should it be regarded, as medical advice. If you have any questions regarding your health and ability to do these exercises please consult with your healthcare provider.

 

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