Training School Program


(can be modified)


The training is 4 years long with 8 seminars per year.


° 1st year:


  • Physiology M.R.P., sensory manual approach, energetics: connection to life

  • Fuses

  • The cranial-sacral connection. The 3 diaphragms

  • The pelvic belt: sacrum/hip bone/coxo-femoral/pubic symphysis.

  • The knee

  • The lumbar and dorsal spine

  • The scapular belt: the ribs, the sternum.

  • Osteology, cranial osteopathy: occiput, sphenoid, ethmoid.

  • Neurology, central nervous system, neurophysiology, meninx.


° 2nd year:


  • Somatopathy: empathic listening/symbolic approach of pain

  • Cervical spine

  • Osteology, cranial osteopathy: frontal bone, jaw bone, zygomatic bone, parietal bone.

  • Coccyx

  • Upper limbs, shoulder, elbow

  • Lower limbs, the foot, the ankle

  • Fascias

  • The neurovegetative system

  • The ear


° 3rd year:


  • Maurice Poyet’s energy-based neuromuscular chains and anatomical points on the


  • Visceral elements and M.R.P. method of study and balancing.

  • Somatopathy of the foot according to Pierre-Camille VERNET.

Interpersonal and psycho-emotional approach

  • Neurophysiology (follow up): cranial nerves

  • The hand

  • Breathing

  • Digestion

  • Mandibular-temporal articulation, deglutition

  • The urogenital track


° 4th year:


  • Endocrinal system, neuro-endocrinal zones and their psychosomatic and behavioural


  • The newborn’s and child’s skull

  • Pregnancy and childbirth

  • Somatopathy: the foot and the hand, fixed areas, cranial sutures

  • Embryology / in-utero life

  • The eye

  • Notions of diet and nutrition, information on phytotherapy.

  • Review synthesis, internship

° Recommanded Readings

  • Anatomy for movement / Blandine CALAIS GERMAIN

  • Anatomy to colour in / Wynn KAPIT/M.ELSON.édition MALOTNE

  • Atlas of human anatomy / F.NETTER

  • Clinical anatomy / KAMINA