Teachings that bring evidence, practical experience, and emergent interaction into the therapeutic encounter


Learn more about Embodied Anatomy, Manual Therapy, and the Nerve-Fascia Interface

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  • Mar 06, 11:00 AM – 12:45 PM PST
    Zoom Webinar
    Conditions like sciatica, obturator neuralgia, & pelvic floor pain often have a neurofascial driver—a pattern of inflammation, neural tension, & protective spasm. In this class you will learn to assess & treat the nerves of the lower extremity & their fascial environment.
  • Feb 19, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM PST
    Zoom Online
    The evidence is clear: Massage Therapy is helpful for many widespread health conditions. But which ones, and how does it work? Practitioners who are grounded in the latest science are equipped to be more effective in the treatment room and more honest in their advertising.
  • Feb 06, 11:00 AM – 12:45 PM PST
    Zoom Online
    This class gives movement nerds and health practitioners a vivid sense of embryonic development, with the hope of inspiring new approaches and a deeper practical knowledge of the moving body. We will visualize, palpate, and embody the paths our embryos took to become us.


beth rusk

Mike has an endless amount of valuable knowledge about the human body. He is able to teach in a way that allows students to absorb anatomy mapping and hands-on techniques. I so appreciate his humor and excitement for the subject matter. It has been mind-blowing to gain detailed knowledge around the nerve pathways and what an "angry" nerve might look like. Before I found my focus being around muscles and now I am able to be more curious about the bigger picture, which allows for a richer conversation between practitioner and client.

stephanie (aera) barnette, lmt

[Mike's courses] has made me valuable. Very few people do what I do in the clinics I work at. I have spent time practicing outside of the course to finesse my technique. I have been able to assist someone's body in finding relief or progress with nerve pain. The important take away from learning all of this is that there is no one way that nerves present themselves when irritated. I love that I can get curious and puzzle it out with feedback from my patient.

christian green

Mike Hamm teaches in a way that presents very clear lines of reasoning for practitioners to confidently implement techniques And treatments effectively, even with complex cases. His teaching style is effective and valuable for beginners, and seasoned experts as well. It approaches lessons visually, humorously, embodied and hands on, instilling a deep sense of confidence in approaching interventions creatively.

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