Unwinding is a deep mystery for the embodied practitioner. Why do humans (and other animals) intuitively go into spiral wave-link motion? Why does it sometimes bring relief from pain and static body image? This class is about the neuroscience and therapeutic uses of Unwinding.
Can the methods of Craniosacral be taught without making anti-scientific claims? Can we hone our direct palpatory experience and also ask critical questions? Find out in this fun and profound tour of science, mindset, and introductory methods. Open to all manual therapists.
This class is about the breakthrough moments in embodiment. We will weave together insights from modern embryology, fascial anatomy, and somatic neuroscience. Whether your interest is clinical, creative, expressive, or exploratory, this class will deepen your perceptual skills.
How does surgical recovery change your manual therapy approach?
What questions do you ask, and what’s your therapeutic intent? This new class is a hands-on strategic primer for any manual therapist who works with people after surgery. (i.e. All of us.)
Neurofascial Approach To Diaphragm, Breath, and Vocal Column
Practitioners who can contact the diaphragm with clarity have a chance to improve breath, vocalization, & core movement patterns. We will learn to feel & treat the diaphragm, its organ attachments, the nerves of the vocal column, and the key fasciae that form our inner core.
The foot in action is a deft marriage of biomechanics and sensory feedback. When our feet encounter pain, neuropathy, or movement limitation, we can use the nerve-fascia interface to facilitate better healing with less discomfort.