NTC - Manual Therapists and Movement Practitioners Forum - Cork
Feb
22
to 23 Feb

NTC - Manual Therapists and Movement Practitioners Forum - Cork

Three international experts on Biotensegrity and Fascia providing science based presentations. Osteopath Graham Scarr will deliver a wonderful presentation that makes sense of tensegrity and biotensegrity incorporating the beautiful images and models from his best selling book “Biotensegrity-The Structural Basis of Life”. Joanne Avison and John Sharkey will provide practical masterclasses integrating manual and movement approaches informed by biotensegrity.

Open to movement and manual practitioners

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Biotensegrity, Living Anatomy for the 21st Century, with Joanne Avison and John Sharkey. Invitation via Bill Scholl and Gabriella
Sep
7
to 9 Sep

Biotensegrity, Living Anatomy for the 21st Century, with Joanne Avison and John Sharkey. Invitation via Bill Scholl and Gabriella

Exploring the fascial web through lecture, touch and movement in class.

This workshop is open to practitioners with an interest in touch, feeling, movement and connection.

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Anatomy Basic Course (ABC) - 1 Day Introduction to Fascia and Biotensegrity - Manchester
Jul
13
9:00 am09:00
ABC

Anatomy Basic Course (ABC) - 1 Day Introduction to Fascia and Biotensegrity - Manchester

This one-day Introduction to Fascia will provide you with insight into the magic of fascia and why it is so important to you, personally as a human being and professionally as a movement teacher. Fascia is the fundamental fabric of your living, animated form. When you understand the way it is organised and the essentials of its architecture in the body you will have important insights into movement, structure and function in all your classes.

Open to Yoga, Pilates and Movement Practitioners of all levels.

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NTC Dundee Dissection Programme
Jun
27
to 29 Jun

NTC Dundee Dissection Programme

This rare and unique three day dissection course will involve the use of soft fixed cadavers using the Thiel embalming method. Our cadavers now exhibit a greater degree of flexibility and true colour retention compared to that of traditional formalin-fixed cadavers.

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