Karin Gurtner - Teacher Spotlight

Teacher Spotlight: Karin Gurtner

This week we’re delighted to spotlight Karin Gurtner, Graduate PMA certified Pilates Matwork & Studio Teacher, Certified Anatomy Trains Teacher and Kinesis Myofascial Integration Therapist, Yoga and Gyrokinesis Teacher, Wellness & Personal Trainer, Fitness Leader, certified Trainer & Assessor. Karin is the principal educator of art of motion training in movement®, a renowned training organization for Contemporary Pilates… Read more

Teacher Spotlight: Julie Hammond

This week we’re featuring our Australian partner, Anatomy Trains certified teacher, Julie Hammond. In addition to running the Anatomy Trains Australia office and teaching courses, Julie is a KMI Certified Structural Integrator. Read on about her exciting work. I live in Western Australia and moved here from the UK with my husband and 3 children 8… Read more

Biomechanical Auto-Regulation

I am so over the word ‘fascia’. I have touted it for 40 years – I was even called the ‘Father of Fascia’ the other day in New York (it was meant kindly, but…) — now that ‘fascia’ has become a buzzword and is being used for everything and anything, I am pulling back from… Read more

Tom Myers and Diery

Dièry Prudent and RolPal

I don’t often get out to Brooklyn, and in Dièry’s neighborhood of Prospect Park the back yards – ‘gardens’ they would be called in England – create at least a little island of calm in this very noisy city. Looking down on all of them from Dièry’s top floor – a jumbled jungle of greens.… Read more

Teacher Spotlight: Lauri Nemetz

As part of our ongoing Teacher Spotlight series, here’s our interview with Anatomy Trains teacher, Lauri Nemetz. We asked her about how she came to Anatomy Trains, and what inspires her, professionally and personally.  I found the first edition Anatomy Trains book and was so intrigued to see something based on connection, rather than separation.… Read more

Teacher Spotlight: Jason Spitalnik

An interview with Anatomy Trains certified teacher, Jason Spitalnik. We’re excited to start featuring the important voices of our teachers and students here at Anatomy Trains. I went to college for Culinary Arts. Little did I know at the time how important that would be once getting into bodywork. I found that ‘dissecting’ sides of… Read more