Moving Fascia 3D

Moving Fascia 3D

Fascia is an all-encompassing structure of the body that is fully connected. Meaning, fascia in your head is connected to the fascia in your toes. Except for some thickened areas of aponeuroses, it doesn’t have any rules as far as to how it “runs.” It doesn’t make sense to address fascia via isolated musculature geography, nor does it make sense to ONLY look at “lines” that are commonly present.

The human body is very adaptive, meaning, every body will have different patterns present, specific to their life experiences. This means that the fascial distortions in each person will vary, and it’s much more effective to identify and address the specific distortions that are present, rather than simply looking for 5-12 common “by the book” symptoms.

It’s time to customize treatments for the person in front of you, not attempt to only fit your clients into the constraints of “common” complaints (find a shoe that fits your foot, don’t try to squeeze your foot into a shoe that isn’t the right size).

The Moving Fascia 3D is a revolutionary hands-on course that teaches students how to identify and address ANY type of fascial dysfunction by working with the nervous system and the myofascial system together. It encompasses a manual (and non-manual option) for manipulating and moving the fascia where it needs to be moved with assistance, and also a movement aspect to lock in the fascial adjustment.

Because of the combination of identifying the appropriate location for release, technique, working with the nervous system, and the customized physical and physiological aspects addressed simultaneously, Moving with Fascia 3D students will be able to get extremely fast and effective results for their clients with a very minimal effort.

This will save practitioners time, increase effectiveness, and increase client compliance. The technique is also extremely gentle, so clients enjoy the treatment as well.

Moving Fascia 3D is good for many conditions, including but not limited to:
Back Pain
Posture Issues
Tight Abdomen
Shoulder Pain
Breathing Difficulties
Wrist Pain
Cranial Issues
Lymph Issues
Chronic or Reoccuring Issues
Joint Pain

This course is for physios, manual therapists, movement therapists, or anyone who wants to learn about how fascia affects the body. This is also for anyone who wants to self-treat, as we offer a non-manual option as well during the course.

Course Outline:
– What is Fascia
– What it affects
– Why the traditional approaches are just not enough
– Contraindications
– How to work with the Nervous System
– How to Identify how much treatment a client can take
– Maintaining General Fascia Health
– Identifying systems needing to be addressed
– Identifying areas needing fascia release
Release Technique
Prescribing Reinforcement Movement
– Customizing Movement for the Specific Treatment

There will be a lot of hands-on practical time during the course for students to gain experience so they exit the course with a good grasp of the technique and concepts taught.