In 2 years you will learn to be a Manuvision body therapist and to treat physical and mental disorders with your hands. For us, body therapy is more than an art. It is creating an empathetic relationship with the person you are treating, as well as awakening our sensory apparatus in order to read the language of the body.
BODY THERAPY IS A PROFESSION
Learn the trade of body therapy and all that it takes to work professionally as a body therapist. You will learn the tools and systems that come into play to treat a human being and understand the connection between body, emotions and thoughts. You will learn in-depth massage techniques, joint release, conversation technique, meridian theory and introduction to the nervous system and the importance of breathing.
“We will teach you the tools and systems that come into play to treat a human being and understand the connection between the body, emotions and thoughts.”
BODY THERAPY IS ABOUT EMPATHY AND RELATIONSHIP.
Empathy is what makes technique and treatment work. It is what allows you to read the language of the body and to know a human being behind his facade and defense mechanisms. Therefore, a large part of the Manuvision Education consists of sharpening the senses and training the attention necessary to create a relationship with the person you are dealing with as well as with yourself.
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IS A SECONDARY BENEFIT
You cannot finish the Manuvision Education without experiencing it within yourself. Working through your conflicts is necessary in order to find the presence to have another human being in your hands, and to be able to find the professionalism that is required of a Manuvision body therapist. Your emotional record will come to life and your coping mechanisms will be put to the test. Therefore, personal development is a natural consequence of Manuvision Education.
FELLOWSHIP AND IMMERSION
When you start the Manuvision Education you become part of a community. During the two years we are part of a large group, both teachers and students, who have a common goal: to make each student a competent body therapist, and we all have the potential to be that. The process is a very collaborative project. Therefore we are always very attentive to the group dynamics that arise during the process, and we use them constructively for the development of all.
Students who have completed education often report how strongly they experienced the community when they were immersed in the process, and how difficult it is to experience something similar elsewhere.