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Information Sheets Pelvic-Heart Integration Training

Information Sheets

Methods and fundamentals of Phase 1:

  • Sexual energy and its theory: innate energy; dialectical energy; birth and death, creativity

  • Femininity vs. Masculinity: the energetic difference between masculinity and femininity; Mystery and attraction; interdependence; male and female orgasm;
  • Blockades of sexual energy: energetic blockage; premature ejaculation; Impotence; Frigidity

  • Anatomy and Physiology I: sexual development from embryo to child; muscular armor; Fascia; Anatomy of the chakras;

  • Techniques on the body for sexual relaxation (release): pelvic movements; stimulating the external muscular armor; work on segments
  • Typical structures in sexuality: Hysterical character; passive feminine character; psychopathic character; masculine aggressive character and the work on the tanks of the different character types; working with the various character structures in the interaction of pairs.

  • Body reading sexual blockages and characters: finding the familial triangle (triangulation); PHI practitioners try the rolls in Triangel to change, in order to approach possible solutions;
  • Therapeutic relationship between coach and client: projections; the making and dissolving of transference and countertransference

Methods and foundations for Phase 2:

  • Where to start, the middle and the end of the process

  • Connecting our male and female parts: Art of merger; Ecstasy as process
  • Anatomy and Physiology II: external structure of the pelvis, pelvic floor; female sexual structure; male sexual structure; Physiology and orgasm
  • Spirituality in sexuality: Support by our ancestors; Fulfilling sexual needs of our ancestors; the Partake of sexuality in a session; Spirituality in the transference and countertransference
  • Body Reading: Finding sexual integration: the creation of an ideal support; can lead you from your God and your Goddess; finding new possibilities of movement in the body
  • Body techniques for sexual integration:subtle energy work with the ideal support; deep touch the inner core: the heart and pelvis
  • Sexual Trauma: dealing with issues of trauma
  • Ecstasy: multiple orgasms; ecstatic Plateau, sexual rest
  • Sexual resonance with the partners: stages of a partnership; inner harmony from a distance; the parts ideal parents
  • When to to make referrals, when what to leave alone

The connection between the heart and pelvis opens on a very deep level the flow between the heart and the genitals. It is important that we open our body consciousness gradually to ensure that our energy can be expressed and flow - fully and well prepared.
The sessions and their sequence can be well understood on the basis of knowledge and the "breath wave" (see charts: www.posturalintegration.net, blocked and integrated energy wave).



Structure an individual session: The individual steps in their sequence
a) Question of the client to the PHI Coach
b) Body Reading
c) Preparation/Mobilisation
d) Confrontation
e) Conflict
f) Solutions
g) Integration



All these steps can not always be carried out in one session. However, it is important to understand this, to at least be able to find out what has priority in a session.


Establishing a session: Similar to how the structure of a single session, the establishment of a session is divided into different phases:
a) Preparation/Mobilisation
b) Confrontation
c) Conflict
d) solution
e) Integration



Each phase requires a number of sessions before you can proceed to the next phase. In mutual exchange of participants and working with models, it is very important to understand these stages, in order to know at what stage the Pelvic-Heart practitioner is working with the client. Is it not possible to work through all phases with a client, at least one counseling or advice about the process should be made.

The group work within the training includes demonstrations, question and answer sessions, role playing, Bodymind drama performances and the exchange of pelvic-heart sessions. The trainees are asked those experiences and learning content in the form of a personal log to hold in order to present at the end of the training this dossier for the Certificate. Active participation in group process is necessary, needs a PHI practitioners in training should be made clear. The exchange in the group provides important opportunities to receive individual sessions to be able to get feedback from the other students and give.
The presence on all dates is required. It is the responsibility of the participant in the absence of an appointment to consult with the trainer.

Peer groups are formed during the first training block. These peer groups meet between the respective 5 day - training blocks, or, if not possible, the peer group work can be carried out during a training block.

The Trainer or Trainer-Assistant between the training blocks in Phase 1 and Phase 2 maintain two practice days, of each 3 hours. Exchanged sessions between students can be supervised in this context. In addition, the opportunity is offered to deepen the structure and sequence of individual sessions. Participants are asked to write a two-page report on this exercise day and add this to the final dossier.
The day before the exercise day, and the day itself, only light meals should be taken.

During the training, each student is required to obtain at least 10 sessions of recognized PHI practitioners. (5 sessions in each of the two phases). These sessions deal with all sexual topics that are important for the students, as well as with all the hopes and difficulties that are associated with the role of the learner PHI students. Similarly, subjects that are dealing with other students, training-clients, trainers or assistants could be important.
The notes after each session shall be added to the final dossier.

If the trainer is in agreement the students already in Phase 1 can exchange sessions with each other in practice groups.
Working with training-clients outside the group is reserved to Phase 2 and 3. Phase 3 includes two individual sessions, which are supervised by the trainer or assistant.


  • Practice with training-clients outside the group Phase 2.
    During this Phase, the students work alone with at least 2 training-clients - regardless of the work with colleagues, in their premises. Reports from working again be attached to the final dossier.


  • Practice for Phase 3



    Students will work again with 2 training-clients (other than in Phase 2). Again 2 sessions per training-clients but one that gets 10 meetings. Reports come back in the portfolio.


  • Supervision for Phase 3



    2 sessions will be directly supervised by a certified practitioner. One of these meetings is to deal with the liberation of sexual blockages, one with the integration of sexuality. Reports come back in the portfolio.


  • Guidelines for the reports of the training-clients



    Photos: when the client allows it, take pictures before and after each session of front, rear and both sides. Alternatively: sketch the structure before and after.



    Self-perception of the training-client: Ask that your client scetches a self-portrait before and after each session (with crayons)



    Report: at least 1 page per session



    Body Reading:
    Mirror to your client's dialogue (verbally and physically.); but bring also your perception about sexual energy and blockages. What strategy have you and your client for meetings found? How does the body Read has differed in the integration meeting? In what agreements you could some you?



    Preparation/Mobilisation:
    How much energy preparing could you bring in? What sexual blockage did you decide to direct your attention to? Why did you decide this and not otherwise?



    Confrontation:
    How many sessions were necessary in order to achieve a profound debate in the sexual triangle? How did you use dialogue and motion to drive the confrontation? How do the the inner patterns repeat themselves in relationships outdoors? In what stage of development is the client stuck?



    Resolution:
    What new ways of feeling, thinking and acting opens up to the client as an alternative to his old pattern? Did you give your clients the opportunity to imitate (simulate) these feelings and love-making positions?



    Integration:
    How did you work with the body and the ideal parents for a new shape to carve out? Is the client willing for an experiment with others?



    Strategy for additional sessions
    What have you proposed for the next meeting? The same or a new segment? Same or new parent? Was there a need to change the agreement?



    Assessment for this session
    What worked, what didn’t? what other possibilities and ways were there?



    Final assessment
    Was the client satisfied?
    Were you satisfied?
    Have you noticed changes in the energetic body flow? Changes in emotional responsiveness? To have "ground under my feet", to have the ability to be orgiastic? Sustain joy? Have you recommended more sessions? With a practitioner of the opposite-sex? Do you recommend any other work?

Pelvic-Heart Integration is offered to students as a professional method. As a professional way in which one tries to assist the client in discovering his sexual harmony and satisfaction. The techniques can also be used in other methods such as counseling, massage and psychotherapy as an extended instrument.



Graduate students need to be aware that the certification by the International Council of PsychoCorporal (Bodymind) Integration Trainers (ICPIT) not automatically raises a legal status in their country. Pelvic-Heart Integration as a method can be used within their own qualifications for those who have an authorization as Psychotherapist, Psychomotor therapist, Counselor, Social worker, physiotherapy… Those who want to work under the title Pelvic-Heart Integration, will not encounter too much difficulty in their country if they can demonstrate that Pelvic-Heart Integration is a type of coaching that lets the client make his own experiences. The PHI-coach is then a kind of demonstrating teacher and the client, a self-learner. There is, in this training no attempt to use psychotherapeutic methods, massage or other methods in which the client is manipulated or directed towards a specific external target. The "self-learning factor" in this work should be emphasized again and again at regular intervals. In this tradition, there is the assumption that the client and the therapist are both changed during the process.

In Phase 3, students work not only in addition with 2 training-clients - the reports about it are recorded in the dossier - you also have to take 2 personal supervision sessions with a pelvic-heart practitioner in which your work with the training-clients is supervised.
Photos and comments concerning these 2 sessions accompany the final dossier. The first supervised session should treat the sexual blockages, the second, integration. The cost of these sessions are borne by the student or the training-client. You have the following structure:

  • - Encounter: training-client, student and supervisor meet each other.
    It is important to clearly specify that the supervisor only observes, not intervenes.
  • - Training-clients, student and supervisor meet and discuss what happened during the session

The talk includes:

  • ⇒ the student gives his impressions of the session
  • ⇒ the supervisor gives his assessment (judgement)
  • ⇒ the student considers possible methods/strategies for future sessions


  • - Further discussion on supervision
    The students exchange the results of supervision in the supervision group and in the practice group. They evaluate how their work has changed due to the Supervision.

After all the requirements of Phases 1-3 are finished, the students pay Euro 100 .- for their certificate, passed by ICPIT and € 200 to the trainer or assistant-trainer who receives the final report and evaluates and discusses it.



The report should include the following:

  1. Notes from the group work and personal accounts
  2. Comments from the exercise days
  3. Notes from the practice group
  4. Comments and photos relating to the personal development of the individual sessions
  5. Notes and photos of the supervision of training-clients



If the trainer feels one of these points to be insufficient, he may ask for further work (but no extra charge). If all requirements are met, the student will be awarded the certificate „Pelvic-Heart Integration Coach" by the International Council of PsychoCorporal (Bodymind) Integration Trainers.

Students who have already participated in a Pelvic-Heart introduction group or an advanced training may apply for eligibility with the trainer. Depending on the type of experience there may be a reduction in the working with training-clients or the individual sessions.

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