Features
 Introduction to the Posterior Geometry Theory of Bio Geometric Integration®
 Instructor staff trained By Sue Brown D.C.
 Instructor has taught BGI® worldwide with Sue Brown D.C. for 15 years
 Instructor has been teaching BGI World wide for 21 years
 Course contains multimedia content and 3D augmented reality anatomy presentations
Target audiences
 Chiropractors, Chiropractic Students
FEATURED COURSE
Getting Started With BioGeometric Integration
Posterior Geometry Begins Your Quantum Leap
Anterior Geometry “in Person” Availability Only
BGI online Anterior Geometry Under Final Development
Second Foundational Geometry Seminar
Prerequisite Completion of both online and in Person Seminars
BGI Europe Seminars® Posterior Geometry Theory
Sagittal Geometry “in Person” Availability Only
Third Foundational Geometry Seminar
Prerequisite Completion of both online and in Person Seminars
BGI Europe Seminars® Posterior Geometry Theory,
Anterior Geometry Theory
Coronal & Tetrahedral Geometry “in Person” Availability Only
Third Foundational Geometry Seminar
Prerequisite Completion of both online and in Person Seminars
BGI Europe Seminars® Posterior Geometry Theory,
Anterior Geometry, and Sagittal Geometry Seminars.
All Access BGI® “in Person” Seminars

BGI® online™ UNIT 1 BGI® Posterior Geometry Theory
Unit 1 provides an introduction to the Science and Philosophy of BioGeometric Integration® which pulls threads from Chaos Theory, Field Theory, Tensegrity, and weaves them through the foundation of BGI® culminating in the Potential Energy Theory of Subluxation. Unit 3 covers the unique to BGI® concept of Establishing Continuity. We will go through each aspect of how to locate and address disconnections in the Posterior system. Unit 4 introduces the concept of the subluxation as part of a continuous track rather than a segmental “issue.” This allows our understanding of subluxations and their effects to extend to the whole system. Unit 5 presents the Correlate Geometry which provides a map of the Posterior System through a BGI® lens. We also cover focal points, access points for releasing each subluxation track. Unit 6 introduces the framework for applying the BGI® concepts in the actual adjustment. The concepts are all based in both clinical experiences and logic, which allows them to be applied in a variety of ways.

BGI® online™ Posterior Geometry Theory UNIT 2 Potential & Waves
Unit 2 introduces the concept of stored potential and how to understand the information the system provides to you as you palpate, perhaps in a new way. We also cover waves and how they present in the human system and in nature, and their importance, or lack thereof.

BGI® online™ Posterior Geometry Theory UNIT 3 Establishing Continuity

BGI® online™ Posterior Geometry Theory UNIT 4 Subluxation Tracks

BGI® online™ Posterior Geometry Theory UNIT 5 Correlate Geometry & Focal Points

BGI® online™ Posterior Geometry Theory UNIT 6 Adjusting Framework, The Adjustment Adjusting Logic

BGI Europe Seminars® BGI online™ Posterior Geometry Theory Conclusion Unit 7