Understand fascial connections and relationships throughout the body
Explore the embryonic origins of fascia as the blueprint for our anatomy
Apply theoretical fascial concepts to better understand movement patterns
Learn self-release techniques relevant to the specific needs of your client
Restore movement through fascia focused integration
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.
“I believe in an integral study of anatomy that can transform the way we experience our moving body, and evolve the way we witness movement it in others.”
5th & 6th February 2022
Myofascial and visceral relationships of breath - thorax cave
Introduction to fascia, nomenclature, components, function
The pulse of breath and the autonomic nervous system
The heart and thoracic diaphragm, a starting point to unraveling connections from the inside out
Embryonic unfolding, discovering the embryo still motile in our deep core
Self-release, embodiment and movement techniques to enhance mobility, support and organisation of thorax and neck
This course is delivered in an interactive way, through lectures, practical application, hands on work and experiential movement.
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 movement anatomy from a fascial perspective.
Having studied anatomy to a basic level is a requirement for this course.
For Pilates teachers
For movement teachers
For yoga teachers
For manual therapists
For health care practitioners