Are you a practitioner who wants to investigate further?
Fancy attending a renowned Bridgeham CPD workshop?
Trevor is a classically trained fourth generation osteopath.
Andrew Taylor Still (founder of osteopathy in 1892) started it all off, he taught Dr Martin Littlejohn, he taught the late John Wernham who taught Trevor. Training at the former John Wernham College of Classical Osteopathy, Trevor is grateful for all the inspirational tutors who shared their knowledge with him there. Trev is happy to pass this knowledge on to anyone who will listen!
What's on offer?
Workshops for osteopaths, Pilates or Garuda instructors or massage therapists are offered in three-hour sessions. They are hands on with practical worksheets and offer the combination of linking active and passive techniques from the Pilates/Garuda/PT pool of knowledge.
- Pelvic torsion: is it ilial, or sacral? If so, how do you fix it?
- Astride technique
- Two-man Fryette
- Targeted sacro-iliac HVT (anyone can crack the lumbars)
- Neck specifics
- First rib
- Lift-off and thoracic techniques
- Hips, including pre-hab and rehab
- Knees and ankles
- Tennis elbow and wrists
- Leg tracking
- Shoulder impingement
Trevor and Jo have enjoyed national guest lecture invitations and continue to demonstrate the alliance between osteopathy and Pilates with their in-house training, as well as sharing knowledge for external groups by arrangement.
Trevor and his team have created a mentor programme for osteopaths who are intrigued by his methods.
Please contact us to register your interest.
“I spent four years learning how to be an osteopath, now I am learning some osteopathy”
Katie Griffiths, 2014 graduate, a registered osteopath at Bridgeham Clinic. Her new role is the Practitioner Development Mentor, Institute of Osteopathy.