Myofascial Release - The Fundamentals

Class Date/Time:

Friday 12th February and Saturday 13th February

Cost: $425


Facilitator: Beth Beauchamp

Myofascial release could be the ‘missing link’ to your treatment practice, offering a new perspective and technique to facilitate effective change in clients’ structural balance, compensation patterns and old protective memories. These classes are great for all hands-on and movement therapists including Massage Therapists, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Energy Workers, General Practitioners, Osteopaths, Sports Therapists, Trainers, Yoga Instructors, Pilates Instructors, etc.

These courses will change how you look at the body and how it functions!

  • Learn how fascia is the creator of form and structure in our bodies and is one continuous uninterrupted web wrapping and connecting everything down to the cellular level.

  • Understand how fascia determines the functioning of our muscles, strongly influencing our range of motion, the strength and flexibility of our muscular system and the fluidity and glide-ability of our whole body.

  • Find out what causes fascia to dysfunction and how it reduces space in our bodies, creates adhesions and restrictions and has a negative impact on our physiology including nerve conduction, blood flow, lymphatic drainage and energy flow.

  • Learn how Myofascial Release Therapy can restore fascial integrity and have a profound effect on restoring our bodies to homeostasis.

  • Explore how the fascial system holds the history of all our mind body experiences and can be the key to releasing chronic pain and dysfunction.

The two day Fundamentals course provides a solid foundation to understanding the anatomy and physiology of fascia, why fascia dysfunctions and how to identify and release fascial restrictions superficially and deep. Key principals of how to effectively engage and stretch the fascial layers are reviewed, and then there is lots of hands on practice time to ensure you feel confident with the technique.

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