MOVING FASCIA ®
Embodied Anatomy Course
with Ana Barretxeguren
NEXT COURSE STARTS MARCH 2020
A series of five weekend modules dedicated to the study of the fascial relationships in our anatomy, and embodying how they influence our movement.
We will immerse in the study of moving anatomy while bridging the gap between studying the body as a separate object and bringing it into our own reality.
Do you want to deepen your understanding of fascial anatomy and it's role in movement? Do you want to help your clients embody their movement potential with alignment and release techniques?
Join us to observe and analyse fascial anatomy while participating and experiencing movement and embodiment of your own anatomy.
Identify crucial body landmarks and general biomechanics
Recognise movement patterns
Deepen your understanding of fascial relationships in movement
Learn release and self-help movement techniques
Restore movement, promoting alignment and integration
Who is it for?
This course is for Pilates, yoga and movement teachers from other disciplines, manual therapists and health care practitioners. This course is for you if you are looking to deepen your understanding of the anatomy in movement from a fascial perspective. Having studied anatomy to a basic level is a requirement for this course.
This course is delivered in an interactive way: through lectures, and presentations that are combined with practical application, hands on work and experiential movement as well as discussion. All manuals are included in the cost of the course.
The option to pay in instalments is available please contact the Course Co-ordinator for further information.
Book your space
FULL COURSE MODULES
Sat 29th Feb & Sun 1st March 2020
Fascia. Breath - Thorax, throat and diaphragmatic alignment
Sat 4th & Sun 5th April 2020
Breath - Abdominal chamber, fasciae and viscera.
Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd May 2020
Breath - Pelvic diaphragm, organs and fasciae.
Sat 23rd May & Sun 24th May 2020
Limbs - Spiralling foot and hand
Sat 27th June & Sun 28th June 2020
Spinal limb and nervous system