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8th Edition of International Conference on

Traditional Medicine, Ethnomedicine and Natural Therapies

June 05-07, 2025 | Rome, Italy

Traditional Medicine 2023

The grammar of the body in connection with a subtle layer of neurocognitive brain functioning, to reorganize thoughts and process in stress diseases and traumatisms

Speaker at Traditional Medicine, Ethnomedicine and Natural Therapies 2023 - Michele Quintin
Center for Relaxotherapy and Prevention, Belgium
Title : The grammar of the body in connection with a subtle layer of neurocognitive brain functioning, to reorganize thoughts and process in stress diseases and traumatisms

Abstract:

Traditional techniques, such as yoga and meditation through their empirical and practical approach to the Living, transmit to us their long and deep knowledge of human beings. Neuroscience, psychology and physiology can tap into this intelligence, tested by experience and concreteness, and gain a clearer, more complete and therefore integrative understanding of mental health and balance. I therefore allowed myself to be impregnated by this double belonging to quickly get my fellow men out of their tensions and painful emotions. The functioning of the human organism can be subdivided into different layers : they go from the mechanical, through the organic, the tissue, the cellular and now we are able to unravel the mystery of the microscopic intra-cellular and even more, we are entering quantum space. This dimension of life can be matched with a subtle way of “thinking”, a dimension of brain work that allows psychotherapy to be more economical and above all more ecological in the treatment of traumatic stress.

Biography:

Michele Quintin has a degree in Psychological and Pedagogical Sciences (ULB). In 1985, she founded a psychotherapeutic day center specializing in the problems of stress (chronic and traumatic) and concomitant disorders (anxiety, depressive states, overwork, burnout). She seeks, among the many techniques both bodily and mental, effective tools to remedy the various tensions. She has always worked in a multidisciplinary team. She professes as a psychotherapist, teacher and facilitator of workshops, conferences and seminars on health psychology, stress management and mindfulness. She is particularly keen to prevent the anxiety and aggressiveness inherent in our modern lifestyles. His practice is nourished by Eastern and Western teachers and in particular by the late master B.K.S. Iyengar (Hatha yoga and energetic body arts) and Lama Zeupa, Tibetan Buddhist master.

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