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Posted by Mike at 12:00 pm

Lots of captivatingly juicy Neurofascia classes are now on the books for 2016. ¬† ¬†(Bodyworkers, Manual Therapists, and Healthcare folks welcome.) JAN 23 — Neurofascial Approach to Headaches JAN 30 — Neurofascial Approach to Jaw Pain ** (Note: the above two combine for an IntraOral Cert)** FEB 10 — Fascial Assessment and Practice […]

Posted by Mike at 4:48 pm

Unwinding is a term used in many different manual therapeutic¬†methods, broadly centered around these intentions: — Take a person’s tissue interface, limb, or axial segment into a position of relative safety and ease: a ‘Local Neutral’. — Try to find the exact point of greatest ease — where tensional and compressive forces seem to balance […]

Posted by Mike at 6:53 pm

These are heady times for anatomy nerds. The onset of 3D visualizations of anatomy, and the presence of imaging techniques that don’t require dissection, has allowed us to ask new questions about the way human tissues develop and maintain their architecture. Next month I (and hopefully some friends) are heading out to the Fourth International […]