Human Anatomy Dissection Seminar (DUNDEE)

Come to beautiful Dundee, Scotland for a unique exploration of human anatomy, through the art of human dissection, with a special emphasis on BioTensegrity and fascia.

OVERVIEW

John Sharkey MSc is a Clinical Anatomist, Exercise Physiologist and founding member of the BioTensegrity interest Group (B.I.G) and programme leader of the Masters Degree in Neuromuscular Therapy accredited by the University of Chester. 

John is joined on this three day full body dissection course by Dr. Antonio Stecco, MD, PhD who is a Clinical Instructor at Rusk Rehabilitation, New York University, a Specialist in Physical medicine and Rehabilitation, President of Fascial Manipulation Association and a member of the International Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ISPRM).

Dr. Stecco's scientific activity is devoted to the study the human fasciae from a macroscopically, histologically and physio-pathologically point of view. He has personally completed over 100 cadaver dissections for research. Since 2007 he has organised and personally held theoretical-practical courses about the Fascial Manipulation ®/STECCO® method in every continent around the world. He is the author of more than 40 papers about fascia. He is also the Co-Authors of three books and different chapters of international books published by Elsevier.

Also joining John will be Joanne Avison. Joanne is a Structural Integrator (IASI) and an early graduate of Tom Myer’s KMI school (1999-2001). Joanne became a Certified Teacher of Kinesis, before designing the yoga teacher training programme. Her considerable experience in both movement and manual therapy inspired the school’s unique approach to yoga and anatomy. Joanne is also a CMED Graduate (2004) and has studied extensively in human development as well as specialising in soft tissue and the links between archetypal behaviour and physiology. Her intensive studies include Human Dissection and movement research in Fascial Fitness with Robert Schleip. 

John's dissection course planned for 2018 will include short presentations from a number of Internationally acclaimed experts in their fields. These short presentations will include opportunities for group questions and discussion which will then inform and guide us in the dissection room.

The dissection course is run over three days based on feedback from previous learners. The dissection experience, while enriching and powerfully educational, is one that impacts your professional and private life long after the course is finished. John’s experience has led him to the opinion that three days is the ideal amount of time mixed with short breaks to allow for discussion and contemplation of this rich and unique educational event.

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ELIGIBILITY
This seminar is open to all individuals with a keen interest in and a knowledge of human anatomy.

SYLLABUS
This rare and unique three day dissection course will involve the use of soft fixed cadavers using the Thiel embalming method. Our cadavers now exhibit a greater degree of flexibility and true colour retention compared to that of traditional formalin-fixed cadavers. Each day will involve a short presentation before moving into the dissection room where under the guidance of clinical anatomist John Sharkey and a team of experienced dissectors you will dissect a specific area. There will be plenty of time for questions and personal enquiry. This is a rare opportunity to explore the human form and our team of experienced tutors will do all we can to support you and make this a unique educational experience.  We also hope to have an opportunity to investigate areas of participant's own interest.

BioTensegrity- Genetics, Kinetics and Synergetics.
This three-day course will involve short presentations from John Sharkey and Joanne Avison. Following the short presentations learners will immediately begin the dissection having familiarised themselves with the local anatomy and topography.
Biotensegrity will be our main theme in the course providing the foundation for our understanding of the continuity of the human form. 
A special focus will be around the subject of Embryological Origins; on a scale of softness to stiffness (of soft tissue) throughout our lives. Considering that we live and develop between conception and elder hood, as a tensioned network that relies on BioTensegrity organisation to grow and change and emerge differently, at any point in time; over time…. in a continuum. 

Explore how movement and form, in BioTensegrity architecture, are exquisitely interrelated from conception and throughout life. 

Expand your perception of our self-assembly and how humans as the architects become or respond to our loading history?

Question how does appropriate stiffness relate to tensional integrity and elasticity in motion; from the cradle to the grave?

Witness the tensional nature of the body while we discuss how we grow what we are looking at in the dissection; such as the heart, the limbs and viscera.

SCHEDULE
This Human Anatomy Dissection Seminar runs at University of Dundee, Scotland on the following dates and times in 2018:
Thursday to Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

June 28th, 2018
June 29th, 2018
June 30th, 2018

(PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE DATES ARE PROVISIONAL)
Travel and Hotel arrangements SHOULD NOT be made until the course has been confirmed. Confirmation will occur on January 26th 2018 at the latest. Confirmation for previous courses has occurred much earlier than this.

FEES
The fee for the Human Anatomy Dissection Seminar are as follows.

INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATIONS
This is the pricing structure for individual bookings.

Places booked before January 26th 2018 - £1,890.00
Places booked after January 26th 2018 - £2,090.00
Individuals registering before January 26th 2018 can do so by paying a deposit of £500.00 with the balance of £1,390.00 due by 5pm on Friday January 26th 2018

Bookings after January 26th 2018 can only be made by paying the full seminar fee of £2,090.00.

GROUP REGISTRATIONS
This is the pricing structure when booking for groups of five or more. To qualify for this pricing all bookings and payments must be made together.

Places booked before January 26th 2018 - £1,790.00 per person
Places booked after January 26th 2018 - £1,990.00 per person
Groups registering before January 26th 2018 can do so by paying a deposit of £500.00 per person with the balance of £1,290.00 per person due by 5pm on Friday January 26th 2018

Bookings after January 26th 2018 can only be made by paying the full group seminar fee of £1,990.00 per person.

REVIEWER REGISTRATIONS
This is the pricing structure when booking for individuals who have previously attended this seminar:

£1,790.00 
There is no deposit payment option for reviewer bookings.

You can book places online, however prices have been converted to Euro for processing.

Fees can also be paid using a sterling (GBP) draft or electronic transfer in sterling (GBP). Please contact our office of administration on +353 (1) 8827777 or 0044 203 411 0629 if you require further information or wish to speak to John Sharkey before making your booking.

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Human Anatomy Dissection Seminar (DUNDEE)