MOVING FASCIA
Brighton 2019

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MOVING FASCIA

BRIGHTON

Embodied Anatomy

with Ana Barretxeguren

Five weekend modules dedicated to the study of the fascial relationships in our anatomy, and embodying how they influence our movement. 

  • Deepen your understanding of fascial architecture and it's role in movement.

  • Bridge the gap between studying the body as a separate object and bringing it into our own reality. 

  • Learn release and self-help movement techniques ready to use in your teaching or in the clinic.

MODULES & DATES 2019

MODULE 1
Booking closes
Sunday 20th Jan

MODULE 1
26th-27th Jan
£320

10am-5pm

FASCIA, BREATH - THORAX, THROAT AND DIAPHRAGMATIC ALIGNMENT

  • Introduction to fascia, nomenclature, components, function

  • The pulse of breath and the autonomic nervous system

  • The heart and thoracic diaphragm as a starting point to unraveling connections from the inside out

  • Myofascial and visceral relationships of breath - Thorax & Neck

  • Embryonic development, the embryo still motile in our deep core

  • Integration of the various diaphragmatic structures within the body

  • Myofascial release and movement techniques that enhance mobility, support and good organisation

 

MODULE 2
16th-17th Feb
£320

10am-5pm

BREATH - ABDOMINAL CHAMBER, FASCIAE AND VISCERA

  • Myofascial and visceral relationships of breath - Abdomen

  • Breath and postural tone to improve stability and balance of the lumbar spine and the visceral system

  • Abdominal muscular corset. Abdominal myofascial layers and thoracolumbar fascia

  • The psoas as a breathing root into the legs

  • Myofascial release and movement techniques that enhance mobility, support and good organisation

 

MODULE 3
9th-10th March
£320

10am-5pm

BREATH - PELVIC DIAPHRAGM, ORGANS AND FASCIAE

  • Myofascial and visceral relationships of breath - Pelvis

  • Fascial anatomy of the pelvic floor and it relationships to breath and movement

  • Bringing the awareness to the pelvis as a breathing mechanism

  • Pelvis foot, embryonic unfolding

 

MODULE 4
30th-31st March
£320

10am-5pm

LIMBS- SPIRALLING FOOT AND HAND

  • Limbs - Foot and Hand. Embryonic spirals

  • The core through the foot

  • The anatomy of the tensile arches

  • Pushing through the legs. Functional integration of the lower and upper body

  • Stages of gait, timing, and force transfer through myofascial pathways

 

MODULE 5
27th-28th April
£320

10am-5pm

SPINAL LIMB AND NERVOUS SYSTEM

  • Spiralling of the arms

  • Coupled rhythms of the shoulder girdle

  • Local stability and global integration. Myofascial sling connections of the arm to the trunk

  • Push, pull, reach. Functional movement, pelvic stability and rotational patterns

  • The visceral arm, neural pathways and openings

  • Limbs - Spine. Embryonic unfolding

  • Anatomy and biomechanics of our axis

  • Segmental organisation, mobility and stability

  • The organics of the spine, central nervous system and endocrine glands

 

LISTEN TO WHAT 2018 ATTENDEES SAY ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE:

I really enjoyed further exploration of practical anatomy with a fascial connective tissue emphasis throughout the whole body. I felt that I was privileged to be on a course with the most updated research.
— Fiona Slupinski Webster, Sports Therapist and Yoga teacher, Aberdeen.
 
Eye opening, mind boggling, sense awakening journey into another world. A whole new way of thinking, feeling and touching the lives of the people I help through movement
— Emily Doe, Pilates teacher, Bristol
 
This has been a truly inspiring and thought provoking experience. I will be processing all the material for many years to come!
— Sally Paffard, Pilates teacher, Hastings.
 

COURSE LEADER

Ana Barretxeguren

Ana’s interest lies in the elastic and fluid quality of the body, and it’s expression through breath and movement.
Her Pilates practice is informed by her training in Myofascial Release. as well as Visceral Manipulation with the Barral Institute.
She has mentored for Polestar Pilates and is the founder of Evolve Movement Education, running courses and workshops on anatomy and Pilates. 
Ana’s passion for the body in movement, and the inter-connected fluid quality of fascia has led her to explore anatomy through human dissection with Gil Headley and Functional Fascia.

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Do you have a question?
Call 01273 911710
info@evolvemovementeducation.co.uk