Marek Urbanowicz Meridian Workshop
for KinesiologyZone Diploma Graduates
5-6 October 2019 CityNorth Hotel
Marek Urbanowicz. MA. Mac. MBAcC. ICAK (UK)
Marek first encountered Kinesiology in 1980 when he met Brian Butler. He was already trained in Shiatsu, Swedish massage, Reflexology, and got his licence in Traditional Acupuncture in 1979. He studied Touch for Health with Brian Butler, then attended the first TFH instructor training in 1981 with Gordon Stokes. In 1983 Marek attended the first advanced kinesiology course in Holland with Dr. Sheldon Deal and continued studying with him for over 10 years.
Marek was asked to devise an advanced one year course in Kinesiology by Brian Butler which he taught for 7 years at TASK (UK). He’s also a member of ICAK, did a thesis on the diaphragm and voice as part of his MA at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, and has been in full-time practice since 1979.
Ever wanted to deepen your understanding of the meridian system and use it more in your Kinesiology practice?
Marek Urbanowicz MAc., who has been a qualified acupuncturist for 40 years and a Kinesiologist for nearly as long, will share his approach from the perspective of traditional Chinese acupuncture, Japanese traditions, more modern approaches and its role within Kinesiology.
Meridians and Systematic Kinesiology
You will learn the following:
- Yin Yang theory.
- A fuller understanding of the 5 elements.
- Muscle meridian relationships.
- Assessing hyper and hypo meridian status.
- How to confirm meridian imbalances through range of motion testing.
- Correct imbalances treating the ambassador points via energy transfers.
- Meridian frequencies according Dr. Yoshio Manaka.
- The use of tonification, sedation and junction (luo) points.
- The associated effect points (back shu) parallel to the spine and how meridian excess creates spinal subluxations.
- Pain tapping.
- A detailed understanding of the 12 main meridians and their most important points.
- How kinesiology validates acupuncture theory.
- The philosophy behind East Asian medicine and much more…
After Marek’s first workshop earlier this year, attendees wanted more, and specifically asked for this topic.
Just wanted to say thanks for organising a fantastic weekend of training with Marek. Trish
I thought Marek was a great presenter, very interesting and easy to listen to so would seriously consider any course he was teaching. All in all, it was a great weekend and as always I walked away full of renewed enthusiasm for kinesiology. Denise
I found his style of teaching very good. He has a mine of knowledge, wow. Thanks for such a great two days. It was really great. Aoife
So we expect the remaining 30 places to be snapped up. If you’d like to delve more into the acupuncture side of our work, be sure to secure your place today.
This workshop is open to KinesiologyZone
DATES: 5-6 October 2019
EARLY BIRD – €200 (save €50) – book before 10 August ’19
Registration is NOW open
Full price: €250
Book My Early Bird Place – €200
Book with a €60 Deposit – Balance due before 10th August
Any cancellation will attract a €25 admin fee. Otherwise, 50% of the full course fee charged on cancellations received between 30 and 15 calendar days of the start date. Regrettably, no refunds can be made 14 days before the start date of course.
“I have known Marek since 1982, have been his patient & have studied with him. I can vouch for his breadth of knowledge, his pragmatic approach & excellent presentation skills – as well as his generous imparting of information.
I know that you will gain tremendously from attending this seminar – it will deepen your confidence & broaden your understanding of your current skills & give you insights into new applications & approaches to our clients. Marek has been using & continually improving his protocol for 30 years – & we are privileged that he is sharing it with us.” Stephanie Mills
“Marek has been a staunch supporter of ASK and TASK in the UK ever since the beginning. He is a highly respected acupuncturist and Systematic Kinesiologist. Marek has a unique style in the way he presents material he is teaching, with clarity and simplicity. He will no doubt add more colour to your understanding of true Systematic Kinesiology.” Brian Butler