Quality Continuing Education for the Manual Therapy Field since 1985
VM Alumni Forum Managed by International Instructor Ron Mariotti, ND
Following the completion of a Barral VM class, you will be eligible to participate in a Barral Institute-sanctioned on-line forum to ask questions and share feedback with other BI therapists.
This is a great way for you to stay connected with other practitioners to share your questions and thoughts about case studies, patients, techniques, etc.
If you would like to join, please send an email to the address below. In order to be accepted to this private group, be sure to include when, where and with whom you trained with in BI Visceral Manipulation. You will then receive an email with the instructions on how to join the group.
The teachers had an amazing ability to teach Visceral Manipulation with succinct clarity. I also appreciated their patience while guiding me to learn the language, the listening touch.
Thanks for your teaching of VM1 in Singapore. Before your teaching, I thought Barral's way was too direct, using a lot of force and may be harmful to the viscera. Now I know Barral's force is just enough to counteract gravity. Barral's way of streching visceral ligaments is quite effective. So I am now very interested in Barral's way. I am even planning to speed up my learning of VM.
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We currently do not have seminars in this country.
If you are interested in bringing our seminars to your area, please contact Dawn Langnes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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