Exploring multi-dimensional breath

Expand your knowledge of the fluid, neural and muscular relationships in the thorax, diaphragm and abdomen

Understand the principles and science behind the Moving Fascia® movement method and full body breath integration

Experience the Moving Fascia® method: self-release and movement techniques to enhance mobility, awareness, stability and integration of full body breath in your own movement and for your clients

Hi, I’m Ana Barretxeguren,
creator of Moving Fascia®

I am a movement specialist, Pilates teacher and myofascial release practitioner. My practice explores the fluid and transformative quality of breath and movement.

Through self-enquiry, a passion for anatomy and my extensive work helping people recover from injury, I have created Moving Fascia ®.

I believe that anatomy needs to be experienced through the felt sense, so I developed a programme in which we explore the fascial architecture through theory, embodiment, self-myofascial release and movement techniques.

I suffer from catamenial pneumothorax, a rare condition where I experience repetitive lung collapses. This has led me to a continuous investigation of fascia, focusing on the visceral space and its connections to breath and movement.

“The study of embryonic origins and the cellular world of fascia can have a huge impact and relevance on how we explore the body in movement”

My passion for anatomy has led me to study Anatomical Sciences at an academic level

I hold a Postgraduate Diploma in Anatomical Sciences from the University of Edinburgh and have over 500 hours of human dissection research in the dissection lab.

I have extensive clinic practice as a Myofascial Release and Visceral manipulation practitioner and have been an educator in various Pilates teacher trainings for the past 12 years. I founded Evolve Movement Education in 2013 and I am the owner of Brighton Pilates Studio, a Pilates and health centre in Brighton.

Inside Breathing as one

Each part will start with a lecture, followed by an experiential movement workshop and time for discussion. In the movement sessions, we will explore self release and movement techniques enhancing mobility, awareness, stability and integration of full body breath.

Is Breathing As One for you?

Breathing as one students often include Pilates and yoga teachers. They are usually very interested in deepening their knowledge of anatomy but are seeking a more interactive experience, that resonates deeper than reading books on their own. We also teach other bodyworkers who are already working with the fascial body but want to introduce more movement into their practice to pass onto their clients.

For yoga teachers

For movement teachers

For Pilates teachers

For bodyworkers

Pricing Option

Regular price

Online presentations

Movement workshops

Discussion sessions

3 months access


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