We’re so excited to share Issue 9 of the Anatomy Trains e-magazine, put together by the brilliant Julie Hammond, director of Anatomy Trains Australia & New Zealand, and her fabulous team! This ninth edition, How We Move, is all about human movement. The issue includes: An article by Tom Myers, “Toward a Unified Theory of… Read more
To get the best movement performance, you want complete participation of the whole body in the sport. Anatomy Trains helps you see all the kinetic chains in action – fascia, myofascia, muscle and joint – so you can fine tune for maximum athletic performance with minimum tendency to injury.
From Tom Myers: Thank to David Lesondak for pointing me to this article on Science News: Culture helps shape when babies learn to walk We are familiar with swaddling (as was done with Jesus in the manger) or a Native American baby strapped into a papoose, or an African baby slung in a kikoi on… Read more
Read on for Tom’s thoughts on this recent story, published in Newsweek: ORGAN DONOR HAD KIDNEY WITH FIVE RENAL ARTERIES IN RARE MEDICAL ANOMALY. They were preparing this kidney for transplant when they noticed it had 5 – count ‘em, five – renal arteries. This is an example of the kind of anomaly we… Read more
Anatomy Trains faculty and AT dissections assistant teacher, Lauri Nemetz spent a month at the end of summer in Guben, Germany as part of the international volunteer team of dissectors from around the world for the next phase of the Fascial Net Plastination Project with the support of Anatomy Trains. Below is the guest blog… Read more