Course Description

There is a vast array of ways to understand and process consciousness, focusing on the individual and the relationship of that individual with their surroundings. Focusing on “higher consciousness” looks to bring those separate individuals back into a whole. There are many paths to grow and expand awareness. For any of these methods to be successful, there needs to be a resonance of the individual with the technique in question.  There is so much information around us, in linear and multidimensional relationships. The more of this we can resonate with, the more we can pick up and understand. Thus, it behooves us to upgrade our range of reception.

In this class, we will explore:

  • Release of the ossicles, semicircular canals and otosclerosis of the ear
  • Balancing pressure in the vitreous of the eye
  • Coherence of the heart’s magnetic field and normalization of heart rate
  • Microtubules: structure, function, coherence and communication
  • Microtubules as a vehicle for consciousness
  • Microtubule role in stabilizing memories
  • Pancreas and bone higher consciousness networks
  • Pineal as a neuroendocrine transducer
  • Pineal protocol of coherence with the thalamus, basal ganglia and cerebral peduncles
  • Guidance
  • Release of Legacy Burdens


Advisor and Teaching Faculty

Kris Albrecht, MS, PT, IMT,C

Kris Albrecht, MS, PT, IMT,C is a Primary Advisor and Chief Teaching Faculty at Manual Therapy Seminars and a Clinician at Integrative Wellness & Physical Therapy in Bloomfield, Connecticut. Kris has been practicing and teaching Manual Therapy for over 30 years. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, a Master of Science in Physical Therapy, and was a teaching fellow in Gross Anatomy at Boston University. At Rockville General Hospital, Kris designed and implemented the Physical Therapy portion of Heart Minders, a cardiac habilitation program as well as a podiatric orthotic program. She joined the Center for Integrative Manual Therapy / Regional Physical Therapy in 1988, and for nearly three decades has instructed a wide range of Manual Therapy courses nationally and internationally with Dialogues in Contemporary Rehabilitation and The Connecticut School of Integrative Manual Therapy in Bloomfield, CT. She was a test administrator for the Integrative Manual Therapy Certification exam. With a special interest in cranial therapy, neurological issues, and cardiac habilitation, Kris is a gifted lecturer and teaching mentor. She lives with her family in Southington, CT and loves classic rock music, dessert, and turtles.