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In partnership with Yoga Journal, comes this exciting 7-week online course presented by Tom Myers. Learn to identify common postural patterns, as well as strategies for cueing to awaken parts of the body.
Take a deep dive with Tom Myers in an immersive experience of 21st century anatomy and movement. The unique, relaxed and nurturing locations and carefully curated programs are inspired by Tom’s 40 years of bodywork experience.Learn More
“Your intuition will be better the more science you know — an accurate picture of what is actually under your hand. Let your hand become more “knowing.” – Tom MyersLearn More
We’re so excited once again to share with you the latest Anatomy Trains e-mag, put together brilliantly by Julie Hammond, director of Anatomy Trains Australia and New Zealand and her amazing team. Issue 6 is titled Next Generation SI and you’ll find some incredibly rich content about structural integration, research, and more. Inside you’ll find: An… Read more
By Lauri Nemetz, Anatomy Trains Faculty and Pace University Adjunct Associate Professor (pictures courtesy of the author) I recently had the pleasure of presenting my workshop oral presentation, “Dancing the Connected Body: Exploration of Bipedalism to Artistic Expression through the Lens of Anatomy Trains®” to the 2018 Movement, Brain, Body and Cognition held this year… Read more
This question came in via email from one of our followers: During the gait cycle (walking) should there be any side to side movement in the lumbar spine area or should the lumbar spine remain more stable? Or should the movement be more occurring at the sacroiliac joint? Reason I asked is it’s not something… Read more
Tom was recently interviewed by HFE, one of the UK’s largest fitness training providers. He breaks down the Anatomy Trains for laymen, and offers advice for fitness professionals looking to expand their skills. Here’s an excerpt: HFE: Could you describe to the laymen what Anatomy Trains are and why they are so important to people… Read more
Our most complete introduction to the Anatomy Trains to date! Perfect for the manual therapist looking to dive into the world of fascia and the Anatomy Trains. Includes book, posters and 10+ hours of manual therapy instructional video from Tom!
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.