The Next Evolution course begins by first exploring the neuroanatomical structures most commonly associated with interoception – the insular cortex and vagus nerve. Then, the close interactions between the insular cortex and the vestibular system are explained and explored in depth. New assessments and tools for vestibular evaluation and training are introduced which are tremendously important for your more difficult clients.
Additionally, the neurological and biomechanical interactions between the throat & tongue, respiratory system, and pelvic floor are also primary concepts covered throughout the certification that provide you with numerous new assessments and drills that you can implement immediately.
Finally, an extensive section of the course is dedicated to the use of multiple isometric training strategies to enhance interoceptive function in combination with other forms of training.