Following on from the lovely feedback we got from an equine worker after one of our Anatomy Trains courses, I am pleased to be able to post a new paper from Vibeke Sødring Elbrøn and Rikke M. Schultz, the Danish veterinarians who have been exploring the lines in the horse. This paper expands into the… Read more
Andrew Taylor Still had the most articulate view of the whole ‘structural body’. His insight into the importance of fascia fuelled Ida Rolf’s study, which in turn gave rise to the Anatomy Trains. Anatomy Trains makes sense out of the relation between joint movements, subtle physiological movement, and the myofascial system. Take your osteopathy into the soft-tissue system with a holistic view – the Anatomy Trains way of seeing and working.
Note: Tom Myers refers to this article from Scientific American. This article in Scientific American prompts three responses, two of them predictable, but afascianados, stick around for the third. First is the amazed gratitude of living in an age when we can witness such power in the scientific ‘religion’ that it can perform such miracles.… Read more
Anatomy Trains is pleased to announce Tom Myers will be part of The Embodiment Conference, October 14-25.. This will be a rich opportunity to come home to your body, in our chaotic world. Many of the planet’s best teachers will be there, and it costs nothing to be a part of. Yoga, leadership, dance, creativity,… Read more
Anatomy Trains is thrilled to announce that Tom Myers will now be presenting as part of the online Australian Fascia Symposium, September 18-20! The Australian Fascia Symposium is an online event where leaders in fascial research and applications present their innovative work on a wide variety of subjects. Ranging from the latest news from the international… Read more