Advance your Anatomy by Leaps and Bounds... in only One day...
By mixing a little theory review, with a dash of embryology
and an afternoon of cadaver exploration!
What's in Store:
We also just want to say....
We are very proud to have been asked again by ARCH (the Association of Registered Colon Hydrotherapists) to put this day on for its members. It has been run extremely successfully numerous times over more than 10 years and we are delighted to be offering it one more time. We look forward to meeting everyone (or seeing them again!).
09.15am Welcome and Introduction to the Gordon Museum & Kings
09.30am Fun and engaging review presentation on the anatomy of the digestive tract... presented by Caroline Barrow
10.30am Interesting Intricasies of the Embryology of the Digestive system... presented by Barbara Webb, Senior lecturer, Kings College
1.00pm Dissection room: exploration of cadavers
2.50pm Break (flexible timing)
3.05pm Dissection room: exploration of cadavers
4.00pm Finish. Participants may return to Gordon Museum if they choose for an informal look around
COLLEGE OF BODY SCIENCE
Most of the day will be taught by Caroline Barrow who has run the College of Body Science for the last 17 years, specialising in teaching anatomy (with attitude) and physiology (with passion!) for a wide variety of complementary therapies. We are also lucky enough to have secured an hour of Barbara Webb's time, a senior lecturere at Kings College University London, who will share with us a fascinating and engaging leture on the embrylogy of the gut.
The cost for this extraordinary day is £150.
Thursday 1 February 2018 9.30am - 4pm in London Bridge.
Click below, and send us your details. We will then send you all the info and how to either BACS the fee or call to make payment over the phone.
More questions first?
Call us on 0845 108 1088
Linda Ternent, ARCH on 0191 469 8160
Please be aware that this workshop is not affiliated with Kings College University in any way.
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