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Old 20-03-2012, 09:32 PM   #1
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Default UK DNM course. October 2012

Andy, Dave and Hallamshire Physiotherapy are happy to announce that Diane Jacobs will be delivering a DNM course in the UK.

The Date for the course is Saturday and Sunday the 6th & 7th of October 2012

The venue for the course is Hallamshire Physiotherapy, Sheffield, UK.

www.hallamshirephysiotherapy.com

Sheffield is a 1hr 15min direct train trip from Manchester International Airport.

It is also close to East Midlands, Leeds/Bradford and Doncaster Robin Hood Airports. However there are not such straightforward connections from these airports. Email me (Dave) if you would like travel advice.

The cost of the course is set at £240

Lunch will not be included on any of the days, but good and reasonably priced sandwich shops are in close vicinity.

For this course to be financially viable we need a minimum of 12 people.

To express interest in the course and to book a place please email davidnolan22@hotmail.co.uk. I will then send you the application form and payment details.

Once you have paid you can cancel at any time and receive a 100% refund until we have 12 participants. At this time we will book non-refundable flights and hotels for Diane and hence no refund or withdrawal from the course is possible unless we are able to fill your space or have a surplus of participants.

Andy and myself have no interest in making money from this course. If we have a surplus of funds due to high demand we will either a) reduce the cost of the course and give money back or b) organise a social event on the Saturday night and put the money towards food and drink (Sheffield is the home of real ale). Even if no surplus is available, some social event will still be planned so we can all meet and chat in relaxed surroundings.

We are very keen to get this event off the ground and look forward to welcoming everybody and particularly Diane to Sheffield.

At present I am putting together an A4 poster advertising the course. Please feel free to use this to see if any of your colleagues would like to attend. It will be posted here in the next few days.

Once the course is confirmed I am happy to organise or advise people on accommodation. I have had a brief discussion with a nice bed and breakfast with 8 rooms near our practice that would be happy to let us block book all the rooms if needed. The cost would be approximately £50 a night. There are multiple other choices as Sheffield is a big City. The practice is 2 miles from the city center and a pleasant 20-minute walk.

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Thank you ANdy and Dave, for putting this together. It sounds fabulous!
I'll do my best to make the workshop as interesting, informative, rational and immediately applicable as humanly possible (i.e., not be a disappointment ).
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Just be yourself Diane, that will be enough

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This is excellent news .
Looking forward to it!

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Huzzah!
I will arrange for permission for the weekend and contact you anon!
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Great news. I will look into flights and hotels and let you know ASAP about coming!
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Any chance it could take place the following weekend? That weekend turns out to be tough for me. But if not, I will try to shuffle things around and make it happen. But just to put the word out there in case any significant amount of people also find that particular weekend tough to manage.
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Hi Dani

we would rather not begin shifting about it would seem most folks will be able to make that weekend, can you reshuffle?

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We have had 11 people express interest, so hopefully the course will be viable. Please feel free to speak to colleagues. A poster will be ready very soon. Payment details just been sent out to those who emailed me.

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Just to keep people informed. We have had 14 people contact me and express interest in the course. I've sent out applications and payment details to those 14 (if you didn't get it please get in touch!)

So when we get 12 paid up the course will be confirmed.

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Do you have a "register by" date, Dave and Andy?

(And, BTW, nice work on filling up the class so fast, potentially. )
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Do you have a "register by" date, Dave and Andy?

(And, BTW, nice work on filling up the class so fast, potentially. )
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Hi Guys,

I am new to the board but I would be interested in attending this course.

I am actually not a PT or any other variant of a hands on therapist but as a TMD sufferer with various musculoskeletal issues I have been a recipient of both physical therapy and osteopathy.

I have a passion for science and critical thinking and found this forum through the blog, science based medicine.

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Hi Jack, thanks for your interest, but I will only teach people who already have a licence to touch other people.
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Hi Diane,

The closing date for applications and payment is the 20th of May 2012. I will send email out to group in near future.
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Okay, I understand.

I had no intention of learning for any practical hands on purposes.

I wanted to attend to meet some people from this board and broaden my knowledge on human form and function.
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Hi Jack,
If you're in the UK, maybe you can meet the UK members in some other venue.
I am given to understand pubs are often involved.
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I'd really like that, the promise of beer only sweetens the deal!

I hope the course goes well for you all

Should I post over in the welcome forum and give a little background info on why I joined?
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You might want to pop in here too.

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Hello!
I'd love to come, I'm not quite sure what to expect though. I read in the other topic Diane is suggesting Q-A idea and such. I'm not sure I will be able to relate to questions asked by the hardcore somasimplers like Dave and Andy, so I'd love to hear the general information and some case studies as well.

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Then, by all means, come and join whichever group is most convenient, the one in Sheffield or the one in Finland.
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I'd love to come, I'm not quite sure what to expect though. I read in the other topic Diane is suggesting Q-A idea and such. I'm not sure I will be able to relate to questions asked by the hardcore somasimplers like Dave and Andy, so I'd love to hear the general information and some case studies as well.

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I agree, hardly hardcore!!

If interested please email me and I'll send you the application form.

We have had really good interest and now the payments are coming through it looks like this will happen. We need 12 to make crossing the atlantic viable and we now have 9 that have paid and 20 expressions of interest.
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Wow, only three to go (for viability) and it's only April. Good work you guys!
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Dave has done the donkey work.


time I extracted the digit.

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We have 11 paid up members of the course now, one more and we are booking flights for Diane. We are going to impose a maximum number as we want the experience to be as good for everyone as possible so if you would like to come then please contact me soon.
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We have 11 paid up members of the course now, one more and we are booking flights for Diane. We are going to impose a maximum number as we want the experience to be as good for everyone as possible so if you would like to come then please contact me soon.
Are you booking now or waiting until the May cut off. If now I'd say we have to cancel the Finland part unless Diane wants to risk staying an extra week for no reason.

The interested people here are all still thinking, Finns love to do that, and I gave them until the May date.
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Hi Cole

We still holding off booking for now however we do need to be careful that we don't incur further costs by delaying too long. I would think once we have our twelfth person we will be needing to move on matters shortly after, Dave or I will let you know when we cutting off.

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Ok, this doesn't give me much of a chance to get it together.
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Nolan FWIW we are looking into doing a DNM workshop with Diane in Helsinki, Finland the following weekend.

info is here-

http://yoga-horizons.com/2012/04/der...-14-tentative/

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Any opportunity it could take position the following weekend? That few days changes out to be challenging for me. But if not, I will try to mix up elements around and get it done. But just to put the phrase out there in situation any lot of individuals also discover that particular few days challenging to deal with........
Sorry Nolan (nice name by the way), but the date is fixed.
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Dave, that Nolan appears to be a pre-spammer.
His post looks like it was put through Google translate back-and-forth.
The one from Daniboy (#8):
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For anyone who wants to read up on DNM beforehand, here is a link to most of the conceptual underpinning.

DNM in a nutshell.
(Don't let the short title mislead you. The links are to blogposts, some of which are compilations of several on the given topic, and contain extensive links to other pages.)

If you want to learn your nerves ahead of time, go buy this app for your iPad.

And don't worry - the link to the actual manual will be provided to you, ahead of time (once I've converted the images to B&W from the nice colour ones which are too expensive to print, as Fred informed me.)

One day, I'll print the darn thing myself, in living colour. But for now, we'll still be working from the most recent draft.
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That looks like a great App - if you have an iPad!

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Just wondering if anyone has considered videoing the course? Is that something you're interested in Diane?
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Hi Clarett,
I do not know if any arrangements are being made to do that - I guess it would be up to the organizers. I have no objection.
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There are no plans to video the course at present.
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Diane, something worth printing is worth printing in colour if you ask me.

If it were possible to have a choice between nice colour and b&w that would suit me fine.

If only b&w then I am also happy.
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You'll have a choice.
I've completed the manual in B&W, which will be sent via link, and am currently working on a reference list.
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We will endeavour to produce a full colour copy for this course, Dave is costing that out at present.

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I thought we were going to print it ourselves after downloading from a link. Hence my question. If it is professionally printed then b&w is fine with me. Professional colour printing is usually a lot more expensive than black and white.
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We are looking at the options, no promises as yet

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Hi All,
I am staying with friends in Sharrow in Sheffield for this course. They live about 30 minutes walk from Dave's clinic in Broomhill. They are putting me up and kindly offered to put another person up for the two nights too. It would be basic - a sofa bed in the lounge - but if someone was trying to keep costs down then it is there. They are expecting me late on the Friday and that I would be out on the Saturday evening with the course folk and that I would leave Sheff straight from the course finishing on Sunday. First person to PM me confirming their interest will get the berth.
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Thanks for that Steve

If anyone else can help out with accommodation or transport please let us know.

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While there is no set reading for this course I have bundled together a number of links that relevant for folks to peruse as they wish. The document consits of a number of web links including some interviews that Diane has given.


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ANdy, here is something to add to your compilation, INTEROCEPTION, all about the critter brain.
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after a bit of faffing about here is the .pdf of the same file for those who are not word users

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Do you mind if I use this document for the Soma-Posium? I will, of course, credit you.

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Although I am not going to this course (I wish I could), some of the links in the document you posted do not work (for me, at least); just a heads-up.
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