As many of you know, my Bowen career was preceded (and subsequently
intermingled) with a career as a chef. During the years of running
around hot kitchens, I also took a keen interest in 'larder work'. This
comprises the back room preparation, including fish prep’, butchery and
generally mucking about with sharp knives and cleavers.
A rare opportunity to fully dissect the human form. Led by Julian Baker, one of the Europe's leading experts on connective tissue function and dissection, this is a remarkable series of workshops. It will be open only to a small group of people at each stage, allowing everyone to have plenty of hands-on experience.
THE FASCIAL HUMAN – a 5-day intensive human dissection workshop with Julian Baker 19-23 May 2014 "click here"
This workshop will focus on fascia and function within the human body. Inspired by Gil Hedley’s approach (Julian and Gil have collaborated for many years), this course will drop through the layers of the human form, exploring the functional aspects of each layer and its relationships to other structures.
Gil has been teaching integral human anatomy dissection one week a year in the UK
since 2008 using pretty much the same approach and format.
In 2014, however, his visit will be very different. He is leading a 3-week programme at the University of St Andrews in Scotland offering a dissection experience that will take you through the whole human form systematically and thoroughly.