Perceptual Journey in Osteopathy, Wholeness, Flow and Form
Manuela Da Rin DO, MSc and Robyn Seamer DO, MSc

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Perceptual Journey in Osteopathy, Wholeness, Flow and Form
Manuela Da Rin DO, MSc and Robyn Seamer DO, MSc

Perceptual Journey in Osteopathy

Wholeness, Flow and Form

Overlooking the Coromandel Peninsula, North Island, New Zealand

Designed and presented by:
Robyn Seamer D.O., M.Sc.(Ost.)
Manuela Da Rin D.O., M.Sc.(Ost.)

22-25 November 2024

Time: 13.00 Friday to 12.30 Monday
Registration on Friday from 11.00 am and Lunch at 12.00

Course overview:

A Perceptual Journey in Osteopathy continues with, ‘Wholeness, Flow and Form’

This is an interactive osteopathic postgraduate course witnessing the River of Life’s influence on form and function, guiding the growth and development of the extremities.

Trauma to limbs can have far reaching effects on psychosocial behaviour, postural awareness, proprioception and locomotion.

This course will continue the theme of ‘Where is the Power for Change’.

Through acknowledging the River of Life, the osteopath and patient begin to sense the original organisational spatial geometry of the Health communicating with the restorative embryological memory reorganising form, and restoring a sense of spatial proportion, improved function and wellbeing,

One will witness the Invisible Formlessness informing the Form.

The course will cover:

Creative Fire and Power for Change in the ‘River of Life’

Attributes of the Health.

Embryological development including limb formation.

Spatial organisation of the Health, organising form and function of bones, muscles, blood vessels and nerves.

Treatment of the extremities, acknowledging the different postural and perceptual stages of life in growth and development from childhood to adolescent, to adult then elderly.

Gravity and its effect on locomotion, influencing the functional development of the pelvis, hip, femur, and foot.

Growth plates and power for change following trauma.
Interoceptive awareness and its role in emotional experience, self-regulation, decision-making, and consciousness

The young athlete and Wholeness


By invitation from the presenters.
Please email, if you haven’t received an invitation and wish to attend.

 Course Fee: AU$1,100 (GST not applicable)

Deposit: AU$350

Refund policy: Cancellations received 2months before the start of the course will receive a full refund. The deposit will be retained and the balance returned if a cancellation is made less than 2 months before a course.

Provides 20 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Venue: Mana Retreat Centre, New Zealand.
Book accommodation online with Mana:
Tel: (+64) 07 866 8972

This course is a residential course within the beauty of natural bush land overlooking the coastline of the Coromandel Peninsula, with many varied and beautiful walks.

Accommodation and meals:

This is a residential course with participants staying at Mana.

Accommodation, payable to Mana Retreat, costs are extra to course fee and can be booked on line through Mana Retreat Centre.

This includes all meals (which are vegetarian) and teas, use of library and sauna.

Mana requests no alcohol on site.

Please personally book in advance with Mana on their website, after booking a place on this course.

2024 accommodation prices to be confirmedPrice guideline 2023:
Shared Room/ shared bathroom facilities: $495pp
Shared Room/ ensuite: $555pp;

Single rooms/ shared bathroom facilities: $585pp
Single Room/ ensuite: $645pp

Camping (own equipment) $375pp