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Visceral Manipulation is the external examination and manual manipulation of the viscera, your organs. Your organs have experiences called mobility and motility that play a part in the overall structure, function, and way of being in the world.

 

An example, an overloaded liver can result in anger and bouts of rage. Also, deep-seated or long-standing grief may land in the lungs, throwing off the proper levels of oxygen entering the brain. In VM, or Visceral Manipulation we take a look at this - the work is woven into my Structural Bodywork practice.

 

My more recent interests are in the PTSD we as a culture will most likely be experiencing as a result of the global pandemic, Covid-19. I am a Barral Institute student of this work, and currently entering level 2 which is a continuation of the abdomen.