Fajardo Method Of Holistic Biomechanics Educational Program
What are Holistic Biomechanics?
Holistic Biomechanics are the mechanics of all of the systems of the body working together as a whole. Prior to learning new motor patterns, it is necessary to first create a optimal brain environment that allows for learning. Because all actions of the body originate in the brain via the nervous system, the Holistic Biomechanics Educational Program addresses this issue first and foremost. Once the brain is capable of learning, efficient and reproducible new motor patterning can occur in the skeletal, fascial, valve biomechanics.
Holistic Biomechanics Educational Program Content
This Program will teach how to identify sympathetic and parasympathetic skeletal, fascia, valve and organ biomechanics. Individuals will learn both personal mapping skills and also how to assist others to transform unsupportive motor/movement patterns into new motor patterns of ease. A variety of equipment is used to provide sensory feedback to assist the mapping and teaching process, i.e. Pilates, weight cables, parkour equipment, balls and foam rollers. The program emphasizes addressing all four tube layers of the body: neurological/skin, muscle/bone, organ adn hormone layers. The program also affirms the recognition and acknowledgement of the survival pattern related emotional/spiritual barriers that influence movement and well-being. This program will include the following topics of study:
Nervous System Review with emphasis on the Autonomic Nervous System
General Adaptation Syndrome (G.A.S.)
Parasympathetic vs Sympathetic: Identifying Seven Stages of Startle via Skeletal Markers and Motor Patterning. Sensory Motor Relflex Loop vs. survival reflexes
Motor Patterning and Brain Maps
Valve System and Valve Breathing
Fascia: Function and Form, Anatomy Trains, Fascia Bands
Eye Tracking and the Reticular Activating System (R.A.S.)
Skeletal System Arthrokinematics: Pelvic Girdle and Leg, Rib-cage, Shoulder Girdle and Arm, Head and Neck, Body Physics
Childhood Developmental Motor Patterning
Organ Observation and Mobilization
Recognizing Survival Patterning and Sympathetic Personal Triggers.
Who Is This Program For?
This Program is for anyone interested in learning more about the role the nervous system plays in our movement, mood and overall health. Movement educators, body workers, parents and teachers, as well as individuals wanting to increase their personal body awareness are all welcome. The educational program includes six weekends of lecture and learning plus reading , observation and movement homework. Upon completion of the Holistic Biomechanics Educational Program one may apply to the Holistic Biomechanics Certification Program. Upon successful completion of the Certification Program one will become a Certified Holistic Biomechanics Practitioner.
The program pre-requisite is instructor approval.
Program Lecture/Learning Dates and Course Hours 2021
Foundation Session 1:
January 16 - 17
February 20 - 21
March 20 - 21
Foundation Session 2:
April 17 - 18
May 15 - 16
June 19 - 20
Saturdays: 8am - 2:30pm
Sundays: 8am - 10am
Course hours are in Pacific Time
For more information, or to participate in the program, contact Alicia Fajardo at 503-888-8241 or firstname.lastname@example.org.