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BaSysD - Balance System (according to Draeger) Course 1 - Course language: english, spanish

Beginn30.03.2023, 09:00
Ende01.04.2023, 18:00
OrtPontevedra, Spain
Dozent/inDr. med. Kilian Dräger D.O. FSSCO

BaSysD - Balance System (according to Draeger) Course 1. A fundamentally new understanding of systemic living movement.

Where there is movement, there is balance. To understand movement, you have to understand balance.

The Balance System (BaSysD) developed by Kilian Draeger 15 years ago and presented here holds the key to all movement. The BaSysD opens up new diagnostic and therapeutic possibilities that can renew and expand one’s therapeutic approach. Through understanding and clinical application, therapists and patients are provided with a simple and at the same time complex sophisticated orientation in the systemic treatment process and in everyday life. One is enabled to find out what one really wants and to actively participate. Whether special or general requirements, in therapeutic practice (e.g. osteopathic treatment) or for a healthy normal everyday life - all can open up new potentials of recovery.

The BaSysD course teaches: - Recognition of the taste of balance - School of perception and orientation. - You can do what you want + get to know what you want - Personal responsibility - Rejection of posture- and movement stereotypes (‘What should I do?’) - Recognition and active omission of ‘mistakes’ - Differentiation and specification of movement - Orientation towards health - Patients become 2nd osteopath within minutes and actively (!) participate in the treatment

In addition …. especially for therapists: - Movement analysis and diagnostics - School of perception - Orientation during treatment - Involving patients - extended dialogue with patients - Increased efficiency and sustainability of treatment success - Systemic understanding - School of movement - with omission of ‘mistakes’ - Focus on quality of movement (how <> what) - a health relevant issue - optimal training for athletes

Balance is simple and understandable, and at the same time highly sophisticated and comprehensive in its systemic implementation of multidimensional human movements. To understand the balance comes the perception and implementation of the balance process, which in the course of time is becomes automated. The BaSysD shows the basic law and completion of movement and enables the integration of movement on all levels. The course provides an in-depth understanding of biomechanical movement from lower to higher order, as well as internal movement, i.e. (bio-)dynamic processes. The course includes the BaSysD school of movement for feet, legs, trunk and arms, for walking, sitting down and standing up and the integrative systemic work under qualitative aspects. Thus, osteopaths and patients can learn more differentiated and precise movement sequences in a sustainable way. The BaSysD offers the basis for economy and efficiency and is thus responsible for successful athletic performance as well as for sustainable success for a healthy everyday life.

BaSysD course with theory and practice.

further on:

The human being moves multidimensionally and constantly adapts the most diverse forces - it balances himself. In this sense, all human functions and processes are to be understood as processes of movement and balancing processes. These include, among others, biomechanics, metabolic- biochemical and biophysical processes, actions of the immune system, psychodynamic and psycho-mental processes as well as innumerable cellular dynamics.

Balance is the key to diagnostic analysis, orientation in complex systems, and therapeutic approach. BaSysD simplifies and at the same time expands diagnostic and therapeutic possibilities. It simplifies the analysis of movements and opens up an understanding and experiencing of one’s own actions with the possibility of a profound calibration to a “normal zero”, so that unwanted movements in complex processes can be detected and eliminated. As in all medical specialties, this requires the knowledge of what is normal and what deviates from normal - as well as the awareness that knowledge is always incomplete and that is why an emphatic perception of the whole is needed. Therefore, the BaSysD consistently includes one’s own perceptive experience and uses the own person as a human measuring instrument.

The whole thing is so startlingly simple and easy to understand that it is astonishing why there were difficulties at all before. You actually knew it, you just didn’t figure it out - and that changes with the course. And that is important and good, because the success of one’s own perception and action depends on the correct understanding. While on the one hand a clear understanding arises, opens up at the same time real freedom. One can understand that ‘removing’ the obstacle of freedom is not the ‘setting against something else good’ but is accomplished only by the omission of the “error” (= the unwanted). The core of all correction is thus not to do the ‘error’ - and appears as the highest imaginable human challenge. Through experiencing the ‘taste of balance’ it shows up what one wants.

The difficulties are rooted in the “ingrained” bad (thinking-) habits and in the strangely fixed beliefs and world views, as well as experienced injuries. The new view of BaSysD touches on these patterns of ours, brings into play a self-responsibility with self-effectiveness and asks for changes that can sometimes initially cause uncertainty. However, a strong and secure confidence is almost inevitable in the course when one gets involved with BaSysD. Patients experience how they open up new potentials for recovery. On the one hand, patients find the BaSysD logically plausible, even necessary and without alternative, and on the other hand, confirmed and pleasant by their own perception. Thus, the special state of agreement between logic and perception arises. Patients increasingly trust in the procedural progress being expected and achieve better and more sustainable success.

Dr. med. Kilian Dräger D.O. FSSCO