New in Curriculum at Center for Integrative Medicine
NeuroMovement®: The Art and Practice of Healing with the Anat Baniel Method®
The Anat Baniel Method® has been added to the curriculum at the AZ Center for Integrative Medicine. Anat Baniel and Neil Sharp taught there on October 9, 2014, to a new group of doctors in the Fellowship Program.
They presented the topic “NeuroMovement®: The Art and Practice of Healing with the Anat Baniel Method®.”
They presented to a group of approximately 78 physicians. They discussed brain change and its role in healing, along with the role of NeuroMovement. There were demonstrations, small group exercises, and some experiential movement lessons with the group.
They shared the practical NeuroMovement tools of the Anat Baniel Method—the 9 Essentials—with these physicians and how to apply them in their practice for diagnosis, prognosis, healing, and referral.
Anat Baniel talks about her experience:
“We presented at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. What a fantastic group of people! It was so much fun and we are hoping to continue working with them in the future.”
About the Center for Integrative Medicine
“The Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine is leading the transformation of health care by creating, educating, and actively supporting a community that embodies the philosophy and practice of healing-oriented medicine, addressing mind, body and spirit.
The Center was founded in 1994 by Dr. Andrew Weil, and has focused its efforts in three domains: education, clinical care and research. The Center was built upon the premise that the best way to change a field is to educate the most gifted professionals and place them in settings where they can, in turn, teach others.”
For more information on the AZ Center for Integrative Medicine, go to www.integrativemedicine.arizona.edu.
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