|VM-ACA-CG-3 - Visceral Manipulation: Advanced Clinical Applications for Common Gastrointenstinal Issues - 3||9th - 11th May 2019||Ayr, Glasgow||Ron Mariotti||£650 including lunch||Available|
|VM-ACA-GU - Visceral Manipulation: Advanced Clinical Applications for Common Gastrointenstinal & Urogenital Issues||13th - 15th May 2019||Ayr, Glasgow||Ron Mariotti||£650 including lunch||Available|
|Visceral Integration Workshop - prerequisite VM1-4||16th - 17th May 2019||Ayr, Glasgow||Alison Harvey||£300 including lunch||Available|
|Healing from the Core - Grounding and Healthy Boundaries||1st-4th June 2019||London||Suzanne Scurlock||£575||Available|
|VM2 - Abdomen 2||
6th - 9th June 2019
|NM1 - Neuromeningeal Manipulation||7th - 9th June 2019||London||Alex Fugallo||£500||Available|
|VM3 - The Pelvis||15-18 September 2019||London||Alison Harvey||£575||Available|
|NM2 - Upper Extremity Nerve Manipulation||20-22 September 2019||London||Olivier Bazin||£525||Available|
|VM 1- Visceral Manipulation 1||13th - 16th November 2019||London||Alison Harvey||£575||Available|
|LT1 - Listening Techniques 1||14th - 16th November 2019||London||Ron Mariotti||£525||Available|
|VM-ACA-TCP - Visceral Manipulation: Advanced Clinical Applications for Common Thyro-Cardio-Pulmonary Issues||
18th - 20th November 2019
|VLB1 - Visceral Lymphatic Balancing 1||18th - 20th January 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Kerry D'Ambrogio||£535 including lunch||Available|
|VM 1- Visceral Manipulation 1||22nd - 25th January 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Alison Harvey||£575 including lunch||Available|
|AVMTB - Advanced Visceral Manipulation: The Brain||4th-6th March 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Jean-Pierre Barral||£775 including lunch||Wait Listed - please email to be added to list|
|VMDR - Visceral Manipulation: Dermal Relationships||7th - 9th March 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Jean-Claude Guimberteau & Olivier Bazin||£675 including lunch||Available|
|VM5 - Manual Thermal Evaluation and Visceroemotional||24th-27th April 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Gail Wetzler||£650 including lunch||Available|
|VVML - Viscerovascular Manipulation Lower Body||31st May - 2nd June 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Lisa Brady Grant||£625 including lunch||Available|
|NM3 - Lower Extremity Nerve Manipulation||4th - 6th June 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Lisa Brady Grant||£550 including lunch||Available|
|VM2 - Abdomen 2||7th - 10th June 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Alison Harvey||£600 including lunch||Available|
|VM4 - The Thorax||17th - 20th September 2020||London||Alison Harvey||£600||Available|
|NM1 - Neuromeningeal Manipulation||19th - 21st November 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Alex Fugallo||£525 including lunch||Available|
|NM4 -Cranial Nerve Manipulation||22nd - 24th November 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Lisa Brady Grant||£575 including lunch||Available|
|VVMU- Viscerovascular Manipulation Upper Body||26th - 28th November 2020||Ayr, Glasgow||Lisa Brady Grant||£625 including lunch||Available|
|VM 1- Visceral Manipulation 1||22nd - 25th January 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Alison Harvey||£575 including lunch||Available|
|VM6 - Visceroemotional and Relationships||27th - 29th January 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Mark Bloemberg||£675 including lunch||Available|
|AVMT - Advanced Visceral Manipulation for Trauma||3rd - 5th March 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Jean-Pierre Barral||£775 including lunch||Available|
|VNANS - Vagus Nerve and Autonomic Nervous System||6th - 8th March 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Eric Marlien||£675 including lunch||Available|
|Neural Manipulation 5||21st - 23rd April 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Alain Croibier||£750 including lunch||Available|
|MAAAJ - Advanced Joints||25th - 27th April 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Alain Croibier||£750 including lunch||Available|
|VM 1- Visceral Manipulation 1||20th - 23rd May 2021||London||Alison Harvey||£575||Available|
|NM1 - Neuromeningeal Manipulation||21st - 23rd May 2021||London||Alex Fugallo||£525||Available|
|Listening Techniques 1||Spring 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Not Available Yet|
|VM2 - Abdomen 2||16th - 19th September 2021||London||Alison Harvey||£600||Not Available Yet|
|NM2 - Upper Extremity Nerve Manipulation||November 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Not Available Yet|
|VM3 - The Pelvis||November 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Alison Harvey||Not Available Yet|
|VM 1- Visceral Manipulation 1||Winter 2021||Ayr, Glasgow||Not Available Yet|
|VM 1- Visceral Manipulation 1||January 2022||London||Not Available Yet|
|NM3 - Lower Extremity Nerve Manipulation||January 2022||London||Not Available Yet|
|2nd - 4th March 2022||Ayr, Glasgow||Jean-Pierre Barral||Not Available Yet|
|VM2 - Abdomen 2||Spring 2022||Ayr, Glasgow||Not Available Yet|
All classes include refreshments unless otherwise indicated.
Underlined indicates an Entry-level course, the main prerequisite being a professional background in health-care. Please click on workshop title for more information on that course.
Bold type indicates class is open to registration.
WAIT LISTED - This class is currently full. if you would like to participate in the class please do register for it but not send a deposit and we will put you next on the wait list. In the event anyone drops out the people on the wait list will be contacted in order. If no places become available when another course is arranged those on the wait list will have first priority for places.
* VM1 study group open to all practitioners who have participated in VM1. Please email email@example.com for details or to confirm attendance.
** VM2 study group open to all practitioners who have participated in VM2. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details or to confirm attendance.
*** VM3/Womens Health study group open to all practitioners who have participated in VM3 Pelvis OR Gynaecologic Visceral Manipulation course. Please email email@example.com for details or to confirm attendance.
**** VM4 study group open to all practitioners who have participated in VM4. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details or to confirm attendance.
*****NM1 study group open to all practitioners who have participated in NM1. Please email email@example.com for details or to confirm attendance.
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You are advised to buy travel only once your place on a course has been confirmed.
Course Hours and Locations
Course times will normally be from 10 - 6.30 first day with course registration at 9.30, 9 - 5.30 second (and third) days, 8 - 3.30 final day. This is to allow people travelling time and minimise accommodation costs.
Ayr, Glasgow area
We have chosen Ayr as our Scottish base for courses as it is so easy to get to and in the warmest part of Scotland! It also is a very pretty location with miles of sandy beach and views of the isle of Arran. Accommodation is cheaper and more plentiful here than it would be in a city and there are plenty of amenities and good restaurants.
Ayr has excellent road and rail links, lying just 40 minutes outside Glasgow. It also is in the unique position of being within 45 minutes of two airports, flying all over the world. Prestwick airport is adjacent to the town with a direct rail link to the centre of Ayr taking under 10 minutes. It is the Ryanair hub for Scotland serving many locations in Ireland and Europe. Glasgow airport also has a rail link to Ayr which is linked to Glasgow airport by a 5 minute journey on a connecting bus or taxi and then train from Paisley Gilmour Street station directly to Ayr approximately every 30 minutes. The journey time is about 1 hour from the airport to Ayr town centre.
We use a venue in the capital to serve those living in the south of England. We are close to public transport links and ensure ease of travel for those attending. Our venue is close to Euston station.
Cancellations will be subject to a £50 fee if made 2 calendar months or more prior to the first day of the course. If you give less than 2 calendar months notice that you are unable to attend the class the full deposit of £200 will be forfeited.
For classes taught by Jean-Pierre Barral or Alain Croibier personally the period for cancellation is extended so that a £50 fee is chargeable if made 3 calendar months or more before the first day of the course. If you give less than 3 calendar months notice that you are unable to attend the class the full deposit of £200 will be forfeited.
We will transfer prepayments less the cancellation fee to other courses/dates, otherwise they will be refunded, less the cancellation fee.
Professional and Career Development Loans
Professional and Career Development Loans are bank loans that can be used to help pay for work related learning. You can borrow between £300 and £10,000 to help support the cost of up to two years of learning (or three years if it includes one year’s relevant unpaid practical work). The Learning and Skills Council will pay the interest on the loan while you are learning and for one month afterwards. The loan can be used to pay course fees or other costs such as travel and living expenses. You can also use the loan to supplement other forms of support such as grants or bursaries. Because the Professional and Career Development Loan is a commercial loan product, they should only be considered as an option once all other student funding options have been investigated. For further information on financial assistance to support your learning, please visit
www.direct.gov.uk/adultlearning or contact Careers Advice on 0800 100 900.
Our learning provider registration number is: 20142.
ELCAS - Funding for MoD
We are delighted to have completed the registration process and have gained recognition as an approved Learning Provider under the ELCAs scheme. Our provider number is 7623.
We have 3 levels of Education Programme available. Each includes all the modules, review modules and support culminating in the relevant certification level. These are as follows:
Postgraduate Certificate in Visceral Techniques (CVTP) - £2645
Postgraduate Certificate in Visceral Manipulation (CVMP) - £2790
Postgraduate Certificate in Neural Manipulation (CNMP) - £2495
Please do contact BIUK for further information or to register for any programme
Barral Institute UK aims to make Visceral Manipulation training accessible and affordable for practitioners in the UK. For this reason we try and keep the classes as low in cost as possible, whilst still ensuring a high quality product. Therefore we will tend to use cheaper venues where possible. We also will try and start and end classes to allow travelling time so it minimises time away from home for those travelling a distance.
We aim to treat everyone fairly and as equals. Therefore we hold no prejudices and value any suggestions, ideas or feedback you may wish to offer us. If we can be of assistance in any way, please do contact us.
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Address: Barral Institute UK
26 Miller Road
Ayr KA7 2AY
Tel/fax: 01292 266335