Vertebral Podo-Rhacidian Training Syllabus Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th July 2024

Vertebral Podo-Rhacidian Training Syllabus Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th July 2024

Vertebral Podo-Rhacidian is a gentle yet powerful adjunctive therapy of Phytobiophysics.

Podo = Greek for Foot. Rha = the Egyptian God of Light. Cidian  circle and is representative of the circle of light and the circular flow of energy. Whilst Rhacidian is Greek for Vertebra. Thus Podo-Rhacidian refers to the functional interconnection and inter-relationships of the musculo-skeletal and energetic systems of the body.

 Vertebral Podo-Rhacidian Training Syllabus 2024 

The Therapeutic Value of Podo-Rhacidian Mobilisation Therapy.

Podo-Rhacidian Mobilisation s a holistic therapy that encourages subtle yet tangible changes within the body. The focus of PRM is primarily on the structural axis of the body [i.e. The cranium, spine, sacrum and the pelvis.] and its relationship via the nerve plexuses and meridians, with the energetic and functional efficiency of the organ systems.

With this emphasis on underlying structural imbalances, PRM aims to help in the release of musculo-skeletal tension, as well as to improve an individuals nervous and energetic capacity, by instigating structural and functional realignment.

How is Podo Rhacidian Mobilisation performed?  There are a variety of PRM Protocols  and the basic introduction course of Vertebral Podo Rhacidian offers the practitioner a means of giving their patient a powerful adjunctive therapy to their required Phytobiophysics formulas.

Only practitioners who trained in the understanding of the Phytobiophysics Formulas are trained in Podo-Rhacidian Therapy.

The vertebral column comprises 24 separate pre-sacral vertebrae and 2 composite vertebrae – the sacrum and the coccyx.

The cervical vertebrae situated in the neck comprise 7 vertebrae.

The thoracic vertebrae which support ribs comprise 12 vertebrae

the lumbar vertebrae comprise 5 vertebrae.

Vertebrae lying behind bony cavities (thoracic, sacrum and coccyx) concave backward whilst the thoracic, lumbar vertebrae concave forward by way of compensation.

The practitioner is taught how to identity the vertebral lesion and how to release and relieve the tension in the vertebra and correlative vertebra.

How  Podo-Rhacidian Mobilisation helps.

PRM helps to balance the bodies innate self healing mechanisms: therefore its scope is wide. It has been used to aid in the treatment of many problems including and not limited to the following 

Chronic fatigue

Lowered vitality


Sinus tonsil infection

Reduced mobility 

Emotional mental stress

Menstrual tension

Nervous Tension

Elimination of toxins/bacteria/heavy metals.