About the course..

DermoNeuroModulating, or -tion, is a structured, interactive approach to manual therapy that considers the nervous system of the patient from skin cell to sense of self. Techniques are slow, light, kind, intelligent, responsive and effective. Positioning of limbs and trunk affects deeper nerve trunks (by shortening and widening their container), and is combined with skin stretch directed toward cutaneous fields of nerves that branch outward into skin (which may draw neural structure further through its container).
It is prudent to remember that manual handling of a patient's physicality is only a small part of developing a complete therapeutic context for change - while optional, it can also be optimal.

Course description..

We know how it sometimes takes some time for the work to sink in and to fully implement into one’s practice after attending their first DNM course. While it’s one thing to wrap your head around the concepts it’s quite another to break out of old habits. We get that. So rather than offering you another course where you might bust out a technique here or there, we want to do something different, something that has real potential of creating change for you and your clients. We want to give you the best opportunity to update the way you practice and to do so with confidence.
Therefore, we will be teaching a two-part series course, back to back. Due to the pandemic getting in the way of the last agreed course dates for this tour of the UK for DNM we have now confirmed the following dates for 2022. The first leg of the 2xDNM tour will be in March 2022 with the second leg in June 2022, 3 months later. Both are 3-day courses, Saturday to Monday. However each one can be done as a standalone course if required. 

Will be taught by Mike Reoch. Mike will deliver a strong foundation of the entire model, and an appropriate introduction to the handholds. This course is what you would expect out of any first-time class. Mike will also touch on the cranial nerves on the final day of the 3-day course, which is not something that is usually done.

DNM 2 
Will be taught by Rey Allen. Rey will review the course material from DNM Level 1 with class discussion on what you each learned over the four months putting these concepts into practice. New material will include clinical reasoning, critical thinking, with an emphasis on quality of touch as well as finding creative ways through visual guides and the use of metaphors to elicit descending modulation and amplify treatment outcomes. DNM Level 2 will serve as the mentorship phase of this series, yet is also designed as a stand-alone course (where new students are welcome). The goal of DNM Level 2 is to get clear and confident.
DNM is one of the most rewarding practices and we’re confident you will feel the same way after this course series.

DNM UK - Course Tutors

Daniel Williams

Daniel - The MVMNT Therapist, is an MSK Pain & Injury Therapist / Strength Coach at Movement Therapy Clinics in Harborne. Having started his journey as a Personal Trainer when he was 18, he strived to find the best courses and people to learn from doing multiple CPD and Diplomas in many areas including Biomechanics Coaching, the Movement Therapy Diploma, Load Management, S&C for Therapists, Motivational Interviewing, DNM and many more.

 He has had the pleasure of working with a wide range of people including the Disabled, Sedentary as well as Professional Athletes. However, due to nature of what we do at Movement Therapy Clinics and the multifaceted approach with up to date, evidenced principles and programming we have had a lot of people come to us as a last resort, having tried many other available avenues available to them. Among these people there seems to be a growing amount of patients with chronic pain and neurological conditions, especially in recent years.

Some of the conditions that Daniel's clients have suffered with while they were working together include Chronic Fatigue and Post Viral Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Chronic/Persistent Pain, Chronic Tendinopathies, Functional Neurological Disorder, Depression and Anxiety to name a few.

Mike Grice

Mike is a Registered Osteopath with over 20 years experience in the Health and Fitness Industry. He started his own training company in 2003 specialising in Health, Fitness and manual therapy training (Movement Therapy Education) and also lecture's on the FdSc and BSc Sports Therapy programmes at University College Birmingham and throughout the world in Anatomy and Intrinsic Biomechanics Coaching.

Mike has held lead tutor/instructor roles for Elite Therapy Education, Biomechanics Education, Oxford School of Sports Massage (OSSM), RockTape/RockBlade and NAQI and regularly teaches courses for Premier League and Championship football clubs alongside consultancy roles with Boots, Pera Products, Startrite, Brytespark and Convatec playing a key role in the research and development of new products and education systems. Mike regularly presents at conferences including Therapy Expo, FitPro, International Fitness Showcase, Good Health Show and the IOC world conference for Injury Prevention in Monaco.

Alistair Cunningham

Hi my name is Alistair Cunningham. I am an experienced soft tissue therapist, that has run my own clinic in Southport for the last 19 years. I have an MSC in Football Injury Rehabilitation from Edge Hill and previously worked as an external consultant for Liverpool Football Club as a First Team Soft Tissue Therapist. I also run a Teaching Academy from my clinic and I am the main tutor in the North West for Movement Therapy Education.
My main passion is helping people achieve their true potential.

I personally have found with technology, that it has now given me access to information that has illuded me for years. Questions I was unsure about, old narratives that have now been challenged. I started my studies doing a two-year advanced Sports Therapy Diploma back in 1999 and lots has changed since then! In the last 6 years I have had my eyes opened to all this new information that I did not realise was there. I still feel I am playing catch up as there is so much that we can get access to, but I sleep easy knowing I know more today than I did yesterday.
I am more than happy to let go of what I was taught in the past and embrace change. As it’s all about the duty of care we have for our Clients / patients that come to us. Not forgetting developing yourself to be a better Therapist.

DNM - Guest Tutors

Guest Tutor
DNM Canada
Michael Reoch

Michael Reoch is a Registered Massage Therapist from Vancouver, British Columbia. He graduated in 2007 from the 3000 hour massage therapy program at WCCMT. Michael was the chair of a special interest group called PPGPain which is for RMTs who have a special interest in treating persistent pain. He has helped develop Pain education programs for RMTs in BC through the RMTBC and PainBC. Also, Michael taught advanced clinical and academic classes at WCCMT. He has been a board member of the RMTBC for five years helping to advance the massage therapy profession through science based education. Mike currently runs a private practice in British Columbia and teaches DNM classes regularly worldwide.

Guest Tutor
DNM Canada
Rey Allen

Rey Allen started his career in 1995, first as a massage therapist and later becoming a Certified Rolfer, graduating from the European Rolfing Association in 2002. By 2009, he completed his training to become a Certified Advanced Rolfer and by 2013 he met Diane Jacobs and became a DNM practitioner. Rey then shifted his studies towards neuroscience with an interest in suggestibility and perception as it pertains to manual therapy which resulted in him becoming twice certified in Hypnotherapy. Rey is also the founder of several Facebook forums in which pain and manual therapy are the central focus. Rey is currently working towards his degree in psychology.

Visual summaries of areas covered in the course

Cutaneous nerves of the body

Course Venue


Movement Therapy Education 24 Earls Court Road 
B17 9AH

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