Anatomy for Aquatic Bodyworkers with Gianni De Stefani

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Wednesday 25 - Monday 30 January 2023 (8.45 am – 6.30 pm)
A basic knowledge of anatomy is required for a Watsu practitioner, wor­king with a client’s body in many different ways. This course offers a theoretical and experien­tial overview of a model of traditional anatomy for Watsu, focusing on planes and axes of movements, mechanics of articulations, physiology, metabolism, and on muscles & their lengthening.
Through massages and specific exercises, you learn the functionality of various body structures and the possible applications in Watsu. About one-third of the course is dedicated to theory, one-third to practice on land, and one-third to practical applications in water.
Prerequisites: Watsu 2 plus 100 hours of aquatic bodywork training or Watsu 1 plus 200 hours of aquatic bodywork training.