Fascial Release for Structural Balance
Fascial Release for Structural Balance combines manual therapy skills with the exciting new field of structural therapy, which employs the unique and newly discovered properties of fascial tissues.
Fascia, our biological fabric, plays a vital role in support, posture, and stability. Through informed assessment and manipulation of fascial patterns, you can help eradicate many of your clients’ chronic strain patterns—for good.
The book is designed for any bodywork practitioner using manual therapy. Physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, and massage therapists can help their current and future clients by giving them a structural analysis and creating a treatment strategy using the techniques included in this course text. The authors bring together a unique introduction to fascially informed structural anatomy with a method for postural analysis and detailed and easily applied techniques.
260 page fully illustrated course text
Massage Therapists & Bodyworkers (NCBTMB)
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About the Authors
James Earls first trained in bodywork in 1991 before studying with Thomas Myers in 2000. He now practices Structural Integration and massage therapy in Belfast and is the director of Ultimate Massage Solutions and Kinesis UK, which bring high-quality training in the Anatomy Trains approach, Fascial Release Technique, and Structural Integration throughout Europe. Earls is a popular presenter and writes regularly for a range of bodywork magazines.
Thomas Myers has practiced integrative structural therapy for over 30 years in a variety of clinical and cultural settings. He is the author of Anatomy Trains (Elsevier 2001, 2009) and numerous collected articles for journals and trade publications. Myers directs Kinesis, Inc., which offers certification in Structural Integration and continuing professional development courses worldwide for manual and movement therapists from many professions.