4-5th July 2020, 9 am-5 pm (coffee and registration 8.30-9 am)
Queens’ College, Cambridge CB3 9ET
The neonate starts from a position of total instability. From the very first relationship with its environment at birth, the baby needs to establish the real bases of support in prone and supine positions to enable the further differentiation of motor function.
We will study:
|Lectures and practicals for 2 days:||£400|
|Accommodation (per night):||£57 single occupancy room including breakfast|
|£85 double occupancy room including breakfast|
We would appreciate if you could bring a portable plinth, and a yoga mat (if you are driving) – please let us know if you can. Please wear comfortable clothing as we will be doing some floor work and some osteopathy too. If you have a practice ‘baby doll’, it can be useful for practising handling techniques (although we have a number of dolls). We will try to arrange for you to see a patient being examined and treated by course leaders at some time during the day.
|Course date:||4-5 July 2020|
|Lecture weekend, lunches and refreshments||£400||.....|
|Accommodation at Queens College:|
|1 night single occupancy||£57||.....|
|1 night double occupancy||£85||.....|
|2 nights single occupancy||£114||.....|
|2 nights double occupancy||£170||.....|
|Please confirm that you are an osteopath and are appropriately insured and that you have a DBS certificate:||  YES / NO|
|I can bring a portable plinth:||  YES / NO|
|I will bring a yoga mat:||  YES / NO|
|Please select whether you wish to pay by Paypal:||  YES / NO|
|or by BACS transfer:  ||  YES / NO|
Return form to email@example.com with your current DBS certificate. We will then send you an invoice with details to pay.