Brain Hologram Intensive

Date: 12/05/17 – 21/05/17    Location: Murwillumbah*

Brain Hologram Series

This series of advanced courses explores in close detail all the aspects of the central and peripheral nervous system. Each area’s specific and associated functions along with its various interactions with other parts of the nervous system and body systems are explored. This methodical approach allows the development of unique and powerful balancing techniques that pinpoint the location of stress in any neurological pathways. Understanding the pathways to any conscious, subconscious or even unconscious processes and how they can affect every aspect of human life provides an extraordinary set of tools for practitioners to investigate and remove tremendous stress and restore optimal state for their clients’ greatest benefit.

Brain Hologram A

This course focuses on the cortex and limbic system with specific areas of application being explored including the brain lobes, Brodmann’s areas and limbic areas. Each nucleus and subnucleus is discussed along with their innervating fibres, neighbourhood and local fibres, limbic tracts and commissural pathways. Unique formations within these areas are also covered such as the six layers of the neocortex, hippocampal formation and entorhinal cortex. In depth functional information and balancing techniques are also provided on the basal forebrain, amygdala and basal ganglia and their involvement in the neurological circuitry of emotion and affective disorders such as depression, schizophrenia and manic depression.

Nutrition Hologram B

This course discusses the physiological applications and processes in which the nutritional elements analysed in Nutrition Hologram A are involved. The course aims for students to develop a thorough understanding of the biochemical pathways supporting protein production through DNA transcription and translation, energy production through the ATP cycle, glycogenolysis and glycogenesis, and oxygen transport through blood haemoglobin. The impacts of reactive oxygen and toxicity and the significance of blood groups are considered along with effects of imbalances in digestive, metabolic and cell activity processes.

This course provides students with:

  • Detailed information on the biological processes involved in nutrition;
  • Specialised balancing techniques for the processes of gene expression in the cell through protein production, digestion, liver metabolism of nutrients and toxins, energy production and oxygen transport.

Brain Hologram C

The third course in the series is dedicated to the special senses of smell, sight, taste, hearing and the vestibular system along with the complex somatosensory and nociceptive systems and their respective neurological pathways. Areas of the brain and limbic system contributing to the processing of the information received from the sensory receptors and relayed by the thalamus are analysed along with their specific projections and outputs.

Brain Hologram D

The final instalment in the series explores the various optokinetic (reflex) pathways and their associations with the vestibular system, brainstem, cerebellum and motor cortex. Pathways related with reading and language are also analysed along various conditions linked with learning.

Brain Hologram intensive includes the parts A-D:

10 days | prerequisite AP & the Brain, or Brain integration 1, or LEAP, or Brain Formatting | 2500 AUD

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Course Times

Usually seminars start at 10.00am NSW time on the first day.
All further days begin at 9:30am. A course day ends at about 5:30pm.
If there are different course-times, we will inform you. 

Please remember that when coming to M​urwillumbah we start in NSW time -1 hour ahead of QLD time during daylight savings.