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Brain 2 Fri. June 8th - Sun. June 10th 2018 - Hartford, CT - USA

Class Code: 
B2
Pre-requisites: 
B1
Class Date: 
Friday, June 8, 2018 to Sunday, June 10, 2018
Continent/Subcontinents: 
North America
Class Country: 
United States
Class State: 
Connecticut
Class City: 
Hartford
Class Price: 
$850.00
Instructor: 
Molly Clark

Instructor subject to change

Special Class Information: 

Molly Clark will be holding a review day on Thursday June 7th 2018 at the same venue.  If you are interested in reviewing B1 before the start of B2 please contact Molly at mollybeclark@aol.com.  Cost for review day is $200.

Price: $850

Early Registration Discount: $650 (= $200 off) if registered and $200 deposit paid at a previous CHI class (e.g. B1) or $650 with a CHI-Pak

Early discount is only valid when balance is paid in full 45 prior to beginning of class.

Repeat: $395

Student Discount: $395  in full time hands-on program (no additional discounts)

Full-Time students currently enrolled in a hands-on program that will culminate in a license/certification in bodywork are eligible to receive a special discount on entry-level courses.

To qualify, you must register with a $175 deposit before you graduate. The balance is due 30 days before your course begins. We also must receive proof of your enrollment in a full-time program.

Please have your school send to us a letter stating that you are enrolled, the total number of hours of the program you are attending and your expected graduation date.

The letter must be on the school’s letterhead and can be mailed to the Chikly Health Institute.

Meeting Place: 

To be Announced

Suggested Sleeping Accommodations: 

To be Announced

Open to non-osteopath: 

Class Preparation

 

Anatomical/Physiological Terms

The DVD "Dissection of the Brain" and Spinal Cord is a great preparation for the Brain 2 class.
Be sure you understand the following words and, as applicable, know precisely where these structures are located in the body.

For this class it is more important to know their 3-dimensional location and relationship with one another, than their classically described physiology.

Reticular alarm system: median (raphe nuclei), medial and lateral columns, locus coeruleus, sulcus limitans, rhomboid fossa.

  • Frontal and occipital forceps of corpus callosum

  • Internal capsule

  • Anterior commissure, medial and lateral olfactory striae, posterior commissure

  • Commissure of fornix (psalterium or lyre of David)

  • Mamillothalamic tract

  • Posterior limb of internal capsule, pyramidal decussation, corticospinal tracts

  • Dentate gyrus, gyrus fasciolaris

  • All nuclei of thalamus, including midline, medial dorsal (MD), all lateral and all ventral, intralaminar nuclei (centromedian, central lateral, parafascicular), etc.

  • Nucleus accumbens, septal nuclei, nucleus basalis (of Meynert), ventral tegmental area (VTA), stria terminalis, stria medullaris

  • Habenular nuclei

  • Vermis, superior, middle and inferior cerebellar peduncles

  • Vestibular nuclei

  • Periaqueductal gray matter (PAG)

  • Dura, arachnoid, pia, in the brain and spine

  • Spinal cord, foramen magnum, C1, C2, cervical and lumbar enlargements, dorsal and ventral roots, dorsal root (spinal) ganglion, conus medullaris, cauda equina, filum terminale

It will be helpful to read the article "CSF and Lymph: Is Human CSF Reabsorbed by Lymph?" from "Silent Waves, Theory & Practice of Lymph Drainage Therapy", Part 5, Chapter 8.


Be familiar with the brain structures from each of the following pages of "Netter's Atlas of Human Neuroscience" 1st Edition (and 2nd Edition in parenthesis):


Page 24 (page 35-36): Areas 3, 1, 2, 4, 6 of Brodmann, somatosensory, motor and premotor cortex
Page 25 (page 37, 47): Anterior commissure
Page 29 (page 38, 46, 50, 63): Denticulate ligament, dentate gyrus, gyrus fasciolaris
Page 30 (page 47): Olfactory bulb, septal nuclei, anterior nuclei of thalamus, mammillary bodies, indusium griseum, hippocampus, amygdala, stria. terminalis, stria medullaris, habenular nuclei, interpeduncular nucleus
Page 31 (page 48): Frontal and occipital forceps of corpus callosum, medial and lateral longitudinal striae
Page 34 (page 52): Thalamus; all nuclei: midline, medial dorsal (MD), etc.; all lateral, all ventral, and intralaminar nuclei (centromedian, central lateral, parafascicular)
Page 35 (page 54-55): Pulvinar, pineal, inferior and superior colliculi, medial and lateral geniculate bodies, cerebellar peduncles, pyramid, inferior olive, choroid plexus of 4th ventricle
Page 36 (page 56-57): Cerebellum, vermis, paravermis, lingula, central lobule, culmen, declive, folium, tuber, pyramid, uvula, nodule, cerebellar nuclei
Page 38 (page 62): Filum terminale, cauda equina, conus medullaris
Page 39 (page 63): Meninges, nerve rootlets (filaments of nerve root), and nerve roots
Page 40 (page 64): Meninges, nerve roots
Page 41 (page 65): Have a specific concept of ascending, descending and bilateral pathways of the spinal cord
Page 44 (page 70-71): Cerebellar peduncles, locus coeruleus, sulcus limitans, tuber cinereum, colliculi, choroid plexus
Page 57-58 (page 96-97): Meninges layer
Page 87 (page 139): Dural sac (black), filum terminale, cauda equina, conus medullaris
Page 169 (page 251): Reticular formation, raphe, PAG
Page 170 (page 252): Thalamus reticular nuclei, reticular Formation
Page 174 (page 256): Cerebellum, vermis, paravermis, lingual, central lobule, culmen, declive, folium, tuber, pyramid, uvula, nodule
Page 175 (page 257): Cerebellar peduncles
Page 176 (page 260): Thalamus projections to cerebral cortex
Page 191 (page 290): Amygdala, nucleus basalis (of Meynert)
Page 195 (page 298): Superior cerebellar peduncle
Page 206 (page 316): Locus coeruleus
Page 207 (page 317): Raphe nuclei
Page 209 (page 319): Septal nuclei, nucleus basalis (of Meynert)
Page 237 (page 353): Cerebellar peduncles
Page 243 (page 363): Corticobulbar tract
Page 244 (page 364): Corticospinal tract
Page 258 (page 380): Cerebellar nuclei: fastigial, globose, emboliform, dentate, vermis, vestibular nuclei
Page 292-293 (page 417-418): Olfactory bulb, septal nuclei, hippocampus, amygdala, stria terminalis
Page 295 (page 420): Septal nuclei
Page 298 (page 423): Anterior commissure, medial and lateral olfactory striae

 

Class Hours:

Registration: 8:30 a.m. First day

Class: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Last Day: 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Times are subject to change.

 

Attire/Supplies:

Bring comfortable, loose fitting clothes. Some of these approaches require to touch an exposed skin, we encourage you to bring a bath towel, lab clothes, and appropriate undergarments so that you are comfortable.

Short finger nails are required for some techniques.

Due to potential chemical sensitivities of your classmates, please refrain from wearing perfumes or oils to class.

You are welcome to bring a treatment table.

If you are unable to bring a treatment table, you can bring a yoga mat for use on the banquet table.

 

Requisite Preparation for the Class - Pre-Study:

To prepare for the course we suggest that you read

 

Cancellation Policy:

Tuition Transfer: The tuition is fully transferable up to 7 days prior to the start of the class.

Within 7 days, a $100.00 administrative fee will apply.

Tuition Refund: Tuition is fully refundable up to 30 days prior to the start of the class, after which your tuition is non-refundable. Refund requests must be made in writing within 12 months of the registration.

 

Seats are limited, reserve today: 480-999-0808 or Trainings@ChiklyInstitute.com

Chikly Health Institute (CHI)
8924 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd Ste G5-248
Scottsdale AZ 85255 USA
Email: Trainings@ChiklyInstitute.com
Phone/Fax: 480 999-0808 or 888 333-1055