Visceral osteo course with Thai Yoga Massage

21 August 2019 @ 8:30 am – 25 August 2019 @ 5:30 pm

Visceral osteo course with Thai Yoga Massage

“The belly, second brain? ”

Through our belly operates multiple functions that interact on our digestion, assimilation, immunity, moods, emotions, behaviors and hormonal balance.

Stressors, sedentary lifestyle, junk food and emotional conflicts affect our body unity and especially our visceral sphere, modifying the “rhythms” (digestive, respiratory, body), the density of tissues and organs, resulting in stasis and vascular congestions.

Thus, by reaction, our belly can stretch, wring, swell, knot, freeze, harden … dragging with it, discomfort (feeling of anxiety, oppression, congestion …), disorders (constipation, bloating ..) and pathologies (ulcers, functional colopathy …) undeniably impacting our emotional, energetic and postural balance.

In order to specifically answer to the main body and psycho-corporal disorders and discomforts of the visceral sphere, we offer you a cross look between Osteopathy and Thai Yoga Massage.
Observe, touch, guide, release, restore, integrate remain the path of practice.
We will see in particular the study of the digestive physiology and its diaphragmatic specificity, the identification and the palpation of the organs and key zones.
Attention and communication practices.

3 key points of the training:

¥ Creating your visceral mental mapping.
¥ The development of your palpation sensitivity.
¥ The contribution of a new practice with regard to the visceral sphere.


Ecole de Thai Yoga Massage

Centre les Magnolias

35, rue Mareyde

1150 Woluwe St Pierre, Bruxelles, Belgium



Wednesday 21  to  sunday 25 august 2019

Price: for the course ( not included lodging and food)




30€/ night


Julien Halloy: Osteopathe  & physiotherapist

Passionate  over 10 years in Osteopathy, physiotherapist, yoga, alternative medecine. It is with an integrative approach through touch, breath, sound, mental imagery, movement and emotional expression that he develops his therapeutic approach.

Thierry Bienfaisant