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Anatomy Trains E-Magazine: Issue 4 is Out!

We couldn’t be more pleased with the latest edition of the Anatomy Trains e-mag, Voices of Experience, put together by Julie Hammond, Director of Anatomy Trains Australia & New Zealand, and her amazing team. Inside you’ll find features on: Tom Myers Judith Aston Mary Bond Anatomy Trains Certified Teacher Carrie Gaynor The New Anatomy Trains… Read more

Gil’s New Fuzz

I am so glad I braved weekend summer traffic to Portland to see the latest iteration of Gil Hedley’s somanautic dives. Start here to get a sense of Gil: – but there are many YouTube videos, and the full catalogue of his work and schedule is at: www.gilhedley.com Gil is currently on a nationwide tour… Read more

Freeing C-Section Scars

Sing Ho! for this helpful and anatomically detailed look at C-section scars from Anatomy Angel Dr. Dooley. Read the article here.  For us bodyworkers, we can help re-establish proper balance in the intra-abdominal pressure (IAP) and pelvic floor using the following: To gently free a horizontal scar: Place your client seated on a bench or… Read more

STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION

Anatomy Trains makes sense out of the work of Ida Rolf and deep tissue myofascial release. No matter what modality you practice, Anatomy Trains can help you see the pattern, track the source of the problem, and encourage full participation of the body in every movement.

How Do I Start?

Deepen your education with Anatomy Trains by exploring our Fascial Release Technique DVDs and webinars, available with Continuing Education credits for bodyworkers.