KMI Maine 2012 Graduation

We just graduated 19 new KMI practitioners into the world.  It’s very satisfying to see how far people come with themselves and their skills over a 9-month period.  9 months – September to June in this case – like a pregnancy, and we often refer to ourselves as being like midwives, to emphasize that we… Read more

The Masque

Every therapeutic situation is unique – culturally and psychologically – such that the best therapist is able to morph him or herself to match a variety of client needs and presentations. Therapists who, for reasons of capacity or personal choice, do not modify their mien to meet the client are subject to the tendency to… Read more

Q&A with Tom: Amputations & Anatomy Trains

Axel Dell asks: Hi, all! I was asked this past weekend how you apply the Anatomy Trains to people with amputations, and wasn’t sure how to answer the question. I know Tom talked about it at the teacher training, but I am pretty sure my little brain was overloaded by that point. Could you give… Read more

Fascial Release Technique Webinars start June 4th

Add fascial and myofascial release techniques to your practice. Study directly with Tom Myers at your convenience over the internet. Tom says: “I have been really pleased with our new venture into webinars – pleased with your response, and pleased with the innovations in webinars we’ve been able to make. Video, slides, PinP, and a… Read more

tensegrity in the body webinar for 4 continuing education units

Change your body about your mind

Spent yesterday and today with 50 personal trainers brought in through PTA Global – first a day where I showed them fascia in a dissection lab, and a second day at Athletes Performance. A major point of Rodney Corn’s on this day was how much your inner attitude and your outer ‘attitude’ (posture, non-verbal communication)… Read more

Cobra: Core Support

The upright human posture and plantigrade gait requires a delicate balance to keep the ventral cavity operating at its functional best. Solving problems in the abdominopelvic region has focused primarily on the horizontal belt surrounding it: the transversus abdominis and its fascial connections to the thoracolumbar fascia and neural connections to the levator ani of… Read more

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