Online Anatomy

Learn with Ged Sumner and Steve Haines

The course will focus on the vitality of the body, with a commitment to learning that is both informative and enjoyable. Particular attention will be paid to relating structure and function to the living body.

Learn Living Anatomy

The material presented is compatible with the craniosacral concept as taught by Body Intelligence. This theory describes how body tissues are formed and organised and the way this determines bodily function.

Powerful forces are involved in cell division and organisation from the moment of conception onwards.

How the body forms is of vital importance; clinical experience shows that if we can relate to the body with this understanding then it is possible to contact deep vitality and intelligence. At the heart of our unfolding is an intelligent life force.

What is Health? 

 

Throughout the course there will be discussion of how the body structures express health. Anatomical terminology will be taught. There will be an emphasis on practical elements, including surface anatomy, mobility testing and simple touch and palpation skills. 

There will also be guidance around experiencing your own anatomy and physiology through guided exercises and self-palpation. The experiential work is designed to give you a sensory perception of you own body. Some pathological conditions will be covered.

Our Courses

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Mod 1: Boney Body

Structure and Relationship

Introduction to living anatomy, spine, cranium and boney landmarks.

 

Mod 2: Nerves and Embryology

Neural Axis and How We Communicate

Central, peripheral and somatic nervous systems and embryology

Mod 3: Hormones and Stress

The Electrochemical Matrix

Autonomic nervous system, endocrine system and stress

 

Tissue Body

The Moving Connective Tissue Body

Muscles, fascia, joints and skin

Breath and Blood

Respiration and Circulation

Heart, vessels, blood, lungs and breathing

Fluid Body

Cells and Your Fluid Chemical Soup

Cellular body, DNA, cell membranes, water, electrolytes and kidneys

The Gut Tube

The Gut and How We Digest

Digestive system, liver and metabolism

Immunity and Health

How We Protect Ourselves

Immune system, lymphatic system and pathology overview