Integrate fascial work into your movement practice
Understand the cellular makeup of connective tissue and how it is relevant to movement
Introduce your clients to specific self-release techniques and fascia focused movement
Understand basic knowledge of early embryology and how the rise of connective tissue is relevant to understanding movement
Expand your knowledge on concepts of fascia and biotensegrity
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”
Moving Fascia® 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.
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Listen to yoga teacher Caroline Tautz sharing her experience of the course
Tightly packed with info yet elegantly and innovatively presented. Loved the visuals!!
Very professional, beautiful images and explanations. Ana is a fabulous presenter. Content was very engaging.
The course compares very highly with any other online course that I have studied - in fact it's the best from many points of comparison. Ana's knowledge and enthusiasm and commitment shine through; the huge amount of effort invested by the the EME team to give a high quality personal experience to students is really evident. I have begun applying my learning from the course to my personal practice and it is adding new dimensions to the way that I approach my teaching. Huge gratitude to you.
Very accessible and beautifully illustrated; I was able to stay interested and did not drop out!
Moving Fascia Foundations is an opportunity to learn the foundations of fascial anatomy with practical application to integrate into your mat, studio, clinic or online teaching.
Online enrolment is only open selected times in the year.
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When does enrolment open?
Online enrolment is only open selected times in the year. Join the waiting list above and be the first to hear when enrolment opens. .
How long do I have access to the course for?
You have access to all course material for 12 months from the day you enrol.
Who is Moving Fascia Foundations for?
Moving Fascia® 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. If you're not sure if it's the right course, get in touch! We're happy to help and answer any queries you have.
Do I need to be qualified teacher to join the online course?
It’s a pre-requisite that you you have a basic level of anatomy before joining this course. We require that you are a movement teacher, a bodyworker or manual therapist in order to join this course, which you will declare on enrolment.
How much of the course is movement and self release?
Approximately 25% of the course is based on movement and self-release techniques ready for you to use on the mat, in your studio or clinic.
How long will it take me to complete the course?
The content of the course is broken down into four modules, which typically you can complete within a month. However we give you access for 12 months so you are free to work it around a busy schedule with no pressure. This also allows you to visit and revisit material as much as you like.
Do I get a certificate upon completion?
Upon successful completion of the final exam you will be issued with a Moving Fascia® Foundations completion certificate.
Do I get any continuing education credits?
We are an accredited continuing education provider with the NPCP. Upon successful completion of the final exam you will receive a certificate with 16 NPCP CECs