In this class, you will learn to feel and treat the diaphragm and its organ attachments above and below, the nerves of the vocal column, and the key fasciae that form our innermost core.Find out more »
A fleshed-out, 3D perspective on Tai Chi principles using a new map of Neurofascial anatomy.Find out more »
Get a clear handle on the neurofascia of the skull, how to assess headache pain usefully, and how to treat it effectively. You will gain immediate hands-on skills and a way of reasoning through complex cases.
Note: this class is offered at a discount when bundled with NFA – TMD @ http://nfa-jawpain.eventbrite.com. Both classes combine for a WA state intraoral certification.
This class focuses on treating the trigeminal nerve and its related tissues — including pterygoid muscles, the cranial base, and the TMJ capsule. You will gain hands-on skills and a straightforward method of assessment. Note: this class is offered at a discount when bundled with NFA – TMD @ http://nfa-jawpain.eventbrite.com. Both classes combine for a WA state intraoral certification.Find out more »
Manual treatment of nerves is profoundly under-taught in massage and physical therapy schools. Given a compelling body of evidence suggesting that irritated nerves contribute to pain and movement limitation, nerve palpation has become an essential skill for any treatment-oriented bodyworker.Find out more »
Conditions like sciatica, obturator neuralgia, and pelvic floor pain often have a neurofascial driver — a pattern of inflammation, neural tension, and protective spasm. In this class you will learn to assess and treat systematically the nerves of the lower extremity and their fascial environment. Muscle-bone concepts are not doing the trick — let’s get people better!Find out more »
Effective treatment of the diaphragm is key to improving breath restriction, spinal posture, and core movement patterns in many clients. The pericardium & liver are important for diaphragmatic freedom, but oft-ignored. We think of these interior structures as mostly inaccessible, requiring great feats of pressure or magical thinking… but are they? In this class, you will learn to feel and treat the diaphragm and its organ attachments above and below, the major nerves, and the key fasciae that surround this most inspiring muscle.Find out more »
Upper limb nerve entrapment is seen on a daily basis, yet most interventions give only temporary relief. In this class you will learn to treat systematically those fascial adhesions, bony compressions, and neural tensions that underlie Thoracic Outlet and Carpal Tunnel Syndromes. Think like a nerve, and you will have either success or illuminating failure.Find out more »
In the last decade, researchers and clinicians have joined forces to make an explosion of new discoveries about fascia, and bring those discoveries into clinical practice. Is Fascia a sensory organ or a structural lattice? How can we be more effective in our fascia-oriented approaches and techniques? Find out more in this compelling introduction to fascia research.Find out more »