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    March 9-10, 2024. In this innovative and interactive webinar with ATSI teacher Michael Watson, we will be exploring the relationship of the pelvis to the spine, neck, and head.

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    Full ATSI Training 2024 in Vancouver!

    Part 1 starts September 16, 2024 in Vancouver, BC. Tom Myers will be kicking off our flagship training in Canada, which is led by ATSI Certified teacher Cristy Harper.

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Intermediate stratum

Intermediate strata is the arthroscopic surgeons’ term for ‘loose fascia’. Add this to Thies’ interstitium, Hedley’s peri-fascial membranes, Guimberteau’s Multimicrovacuolar Collagen Absorbing System, Borden’s Rapidly-Adap[ting Internal Network, or my Biomehcanical Auto-Regulatory System, Or go with the traditional: intermuscular fascia, areolar, adipose, subcutaneous, hypodermis – so very many words for different areas within our singular ‘biome’ of… Read more

Acupuncture Meridians and the Anatomy Trains

Out on the road again this autumn, I have been asked by many people about the relationship between the acupuncture meridians and the ‘myofascial meridians’ of Anatomy Trains.     Let me begin by saying that I myself know almost nothing about acupuncture, the meridians, or Asian medicine in general. I built / discovered / mapped… Read more

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Myofascial Meridians A revolution in Soft-Tissue Patterning

Anatomy Trains® maps the ‘anatomy of connection’ – the whole-body fascial and myofascial linkages. Anatomy Trains links the individual muscles into functional complexes, each with a specific anatomy and ‘meaning’. Anatomy Trains leads to new holistic strategies for health professionals, movement teachers, and athletes to resolve complex postural and movement patterns.

Anatomy Trains Myofascial Meridians gives you a new understanding of whole-body patterning in posture and function – the interplay of movement and stability. Understanding the ‘Superficial Back Line’ as a whole gives insights into hamstring problems that you cannot get from considering the hamstrings alone. The ‘Spiral Line’ shows how to resolve rotational compensations in a way that no analysis of any single muscle can give.