Anatomy Review: Perspectives of Living in a Human Body

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Date and Time for this Past Event

  • Saturday, Feb 27, 2021  10:00am-12:30pm

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This class is a study of how we’re built with bags in bags and around two major tubes yet still manage to get so much done. We’ll be looking at the primary structures of the human body and the basic mechanical relationships of how movement causes changes in all the parts and the best thing we can do for ourselves. We will explore:

The brain and spinal cord.

The gut from the mouth to anus.

The extremities as spirals.

The trunk as three layers around the inner environment that makes our outer world into ourselves.

Lloyd Mills is a licensed massage therapist and a CLCHA Instructor and lab supervisor.

This course utilizes human donors (cadavers) as teachers to educate the participants.

This class is located at 503 Terry Street, Longmont, CO 80501

CLCHA is located within Carroll and Lewellen Funeral and Cremation Services

Saturday, February 27, 2021

9:45 Registration, signing waivers for Co-Vid and temperature checks

10:00 am - 12:30 pm

All participants will be signing a waiver and liability form for CLCHA along with a COVID-19 RISK INFORMED CONSENT.

All participants will need to be wearing a mask upon arrival to the facility. A CLCHA representative will be taking temperature checks upon entering the building.

CLCHA will provide participants with a lab jacket and nitrile gloves for the lab experiences.

Please wear closed toes shoes for the lab experiences.

If you have any questions, please contact Bev Boyer at (303) 579-8292