Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe the structure of visceral spaces,

  • Identify the substance that facilitates the movement of the viscera relative to their surrounding tissues,

  • Describe the difference between mobility, motility, levity and describe how they relate to the viscera,

  • Landmark these major organs of the body: brain and spinal cord, alimentary canal (stomach, small intestine, large intestine), duodenum, spleen, and pancreas, liver and gallbladder, kidneys and bladder, heart and lungs, uterus and ovaries, major glands: thyroid, pineal, and pituitary.

Course Curriculum

    1. About This Course

    2. Course Materials

    3. Q&A

    1. Module Overview

    2. Viscera: What is it?

    3. Structure of Visceral Spaces

    4. Structure of Visceral Organs

    5. Viscera: Properties

    6. Viscera: Relationships

    7. Viscera: Movement Properties

    8. Review

    9. Module Summary

    1. Module Overview

    2. Brain and Spinal Cord

    3. Alimentary Canal (Digestive System)

    4. Duodenum, Spleen, and Pancreas

    5. Liver and Gallbladder

    6. Kidneys and Bladder

    7. Heart and Lungs

    8. Uterus and Ovaries (Reproductive System)

    9. Glands

    10. Review

    11. Module Summary

    1. Module Overview

    2. Yoga and Viscera: Kapalabhati

    3. Yoga and Viscera: Uddiyana Bandha

    4. Yoga and Viscera: Nauli

    5. Yoga and Viscera: Asana

    6. Yoga and Viscera: Full, Complete Breath

    7. Module Summary

    1. Module Overview

    2. Viscera: Your Relationship

    3. Viscera: Health

    4. Review

    5. Module Summary

    1. Final Review Quiz

    2. Course Conclusion

About this course

  • 37 lessons