Visceral Mojo – Organ Resets for Optimal Movement and Chronic Pain

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Lesson Plan

Do you have clients who’ve hit a plateau in performance and are struggling to go harder, faster, stronger, longer? Are you frustrated with the traditional approaches to helping pain that are no longer working? Looking for another way to help improve movement and function? Visceral Mojo is for you!

Dr. Perry demonstrates simple techniques for organ resets anyone can do with fast results and are easy to implement in any therapy program. You will see introductions and details of each organ and video close-ups of techniques demonstrated on a client. Multiple techniques based in Western and Eastern medicine that Dr. Perry uses every day in clinical practice.

Before each organ reset there are detailed breakdowns of the techniques and education on organ function. You’ll discover common signs and symptoms of organ dysfunction, what to look for during assessments, and a systematic approach to knowing which order to reset the organs.

Multiple techniques are shown for each organ reset with numerous camera angles. You will develop confidence in assessing organs and learning when a client’s nervous system shows vulnerability in an area. Principles taken from pain science, neuroscience, psychology, movement therapy, osteopathy, and TCM are combined to give you a more dynamic approach to influencing organ motion for health.

Course Outline:

Lesson 1 – Welcome Video:

  • Breakdown of course content
  • Organ Locations
  • Organ Hierarchy of release
  • Graded exposure approach
  • Vagus nerve
  • Indications/Contraindications

Lesson 2 – Pedal Pump:

  • Starting baseline technique for organ motion
  • Slosh pipe research
  • Technique fundamentals

Lesson 3 – Throat Series:

  • Hyoid
  • Esophagus reset proximal/distal
  • Vagus nerve stimulation
  • Throat trauma

Lesson 4 – Organ Baking:

  • Superficial nerves and pain
  • Why light touch improves pain
  • Anterior and posterior oblique fascia
  • Heating and motion techniques

Lesson 5 – Liver Resets:

  • Signs and symptoms of liver issues
  • Liver ligament attachments
  • Contraindications
  • Detoxification pathways
  • Liver pump
  • Liver pump Criss-Cross
  • Liver fascial release
  • Liver recoil technique
  • Side-lying resets
  • Recoils anterior and posterior
  • Venous rebounding
  • Key strategies

Lesson 6 – Stomach/Spleen Resets:

  • Signs and symptoms of issues
  • Spleen ligaments
  • Stomach ligaments
  • Greater and lesser momentum
  • Stomach lymphatics
  • Vagus nerve exit
  • Spleen/Stomach pump
  • Fascial recoil
  • Directional rebounds
  • Side-lying techniques

Lesson 7 – Lung/Sternum Resets:

  • Signs and symptoms of lung issues
  • Fascial attachments
  • Sibson’s Fascia
  • Lymphatic thoracic duct
  • Contraindications
  • Vagus nerve stimulation
  • Lung/vagus pump
  • Lung viscoelastic recoil
  • Sternum pump
  • Sternum anterior and posterior torque

Lesson 8 – Umbrella Reset:

  • Naval fascia
  • Abdominal fascial spirals
  • Abdominal lymphatics
  • Aorta and venous stimulation
  • Cysterna chili lymph node release
  • Sternum and rib articulation resets

Lesson 9 – ICV Ileocecal Valve/Intestines:

  • Valve location
  • Signs and symptoms of an open/closed valve
  • Role in infections
  • Suspension ligaments of the intestines
  • Reset techniques supine
  • Straight and knees bent reset versions
  • Four corner scoop
  • Intestinal wave supine
  • Intestinal wave side-lying

Lesson 10 – Pelvic Resets:

  • Signs and symptoms
  • Pelvic lymphatic flow
  • Suspension ligaments of the intestines
  • Sigmoid colon
  • Ascending colon
  • Bladder
  • Common Illiac artery

Lesson 11 – Pancreas Reset:

  • Fundamentals of the pancreas
  • Pancreas wave
  • Pancreas distraction
  • Relationship to stomach and spleen

 

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Instructor


Perry Nickelston, DCPerry Nickelston, DC

Dr. Perry Nickelston, DC, NKT, FMS, SFMA is owner of the Pain Laser Center, LLC in Waldwick, NJ and Stop Chasing Pain his educational company dedicated to teaching people how to move smarter, move better and feel great. Creator of Primal Movement Chains: Moving Beyond Mobility courses across the world. Advisory Board Member for the American Institute for Medical Laser Application. Teacher, writer and educator on all things movement.