FOI
Functional Orthonomie and Integration
Training Institute for FOI GbR

Welcome

Premium course (hybrid) with Friedhelm Becker

Intensive, compact basic training with the founder of FOI Friedhelm Becker.

Save yourself time and many ways and learn comfortably and intensively live online from home and compact in a 3-day classroom course.
In 7 live video conference blocks of 6 lessons each, you will learn all the basics and techniques of FOI from head to toe.
In the subsequent 3-day face-to-face course at 5 locations in 3 countries, we will then deepen everything and bring it together via our cause-effect chains, so that you have an ingeniously simple therapy with all its possibilities.

The complete contents correspond to the basic course parts 1 - 3.

You can see more information in the YouTube video:

https://youtu.be/CBOQcA38FyA

 

online campus

We launched this extensive project in close cooperation with the Vienna Physio Center for Further Education. This online course is a complete representation of our face-to-face courses (i.e. theoretical aspects, examination and treatment).

The following topics are covered in the basic course part 1: pelvis, lumbar spine, thoracic spine, ribs, cervical spine and head joints. For colleagues who have not yet attended any courses with us, the purchase price is currently €248.
You can register for the basic course part 1 via this link:
https://onlinecampus.at/learn/foir-basic-course-part-i-spine-pelvis

An introduction to FOI:

The FOI is an independent holistic therapy concept focusing on osteopathic and manual therapy. It is based on over 25 years of accumulated practical experience concerning therapy and more than 150,000 treatments. This significant scientific accumulation of empirical evidence and experience plays a very important role for us.

The FOI is based on the assumption that a problem that has arisen in the bodies muscularskeletal system requires a compensation behavioral response. Practical experience shows that these compensation mechanisms are distributed through out the body, always in a relatively defined pattern. For this reason, recognition of these compensation mechanisms is always relevant.