'Embryonic origins of the diaphragm and its continuum with the visceral space'

Opening lecture at the British Fascia Symposium 2020

Ana Barretxeguren shares the story of the embryonic unfolding of the diaphragm.
A beautifully presented lecture with hand-drawn illustrations and accessible explanations.

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‘The Role of Anatomy as a Movement Teacher’ webinar series

We invited experts within the anatomy and movement fields to discuss the role of anatomy as a movement teacher

Ana chats to Pete Blackaby

Ana Barretxeguren talks to osteopath and yoga teacher Pete Blackaby, discussing perception, the felt sense and the role of studying anatomy for movement.

Ana chats to Tracey Mellor & Stefan Westerback

A specially extended 80 minute webinar where Ana Barretxeguren chats with Stefan Westerback and Tracey Mellor about studying anatomy through human dissection and their involvement with the Fascia Research Society’s Plastination Project.

Ana chats to Gil Hedley

Ana Barretxeguren talks with integral anatomist Gil Hedley about his approach to anatomy "how can we be lost at sea if the ocean lies within?”

Ana chats to Jeannie Di Bon

Hypermobility specialist Jeannie Di Bon joins Ana Barretxeguren. They share their experience of working with chronic pain and cueing for a more integrated experience of the body.

Ana chats to Shari Berkowitz

Ana talks to special guest Pilates instructor Shari Berkowitz about the role of biotensegrity as a model through which to observe the body in movement.