Instructor: Robert Stevens
Introduction to the model and principles of Core Synchronism. Understanding the physiology of energetic, fluid and skeletal motion. Understanding how the physiology of a-synchronistic motion produces inflammation and pain. Students will read an essay on Core Synchronism. Any questions regarding the essay will be answered the next class period. The following terms will be defined: Anterior, Posterior, Superior, Inferior, Medial and Lateral. These terms will be essential in describing skeletal response in relationship to energetic and fluid directed motion. Definition and demonstration of two key manipulations: Temporary Pause and Full Pause. These manipulations are the principles means employed in correcting skeletal imbalance. This correcting method will hold true throughout all levels of Core Synchronism. Students will learn how to palpate and correct the core current. Students will learn how the entire skeletal frame responds to fluid fluctuation. This includes the cranium and facial structures. The manipulations of the entire skeletal frame will be demonstrated in a step-by-step process and then practiced. Included in the class material are descriptions of the manipulations, hand placements, diagrams and direction of motion. The last day of class will be devoted to applying the principles of Core Synchronism to correcting and improving the function of the lymphatic system. The majority of classroom time will be devoted to practice.
24 classroom hours, cost $600.
Review Cost: $500
All Classes Meet 1:30-5:30 each day (SIX CLASS DAYS)
202 Morningside SE
NOTE: $150.00 nonrefundable deposit per level to hold a place in class. No exceptions.
There is a minimum number of students required to hold these classes (10). If the minimum number is not reached the class will be cancelled. It is strongly recommended that students traveling from out of state or out of country purchase refundable airline tickets in case a class is cancelled.
Deposits should be made to:
615 Solano Drive SE
Although Core Synchronism is currently taught in seven levels, the practice of this system of hand medicine is practiced as one level. The foundation for core practice is established in Level One. Each additional level is to be integrated into this foundation. The entire system is practice intensive. Each level requires additional concentrated focus and palpation ability.
Certification as Certified Core Synchronism Practitioner is awarded upon completing levels 1-6, one year of practice and completion of level 7.
All classes will be taught by Robert Stevens and teaching assistants. Robert reserves the right to turn class days over to teaching assistants in each level as needed. This need will be determined by Robert’s energy levels during each level. Students need to be aware of the possibility that Robert may not personally teach all days of all levels except level seven.