About Anatomy Trains Neurovascular Release™
Applied within the context of the Anatomy Trains model, NVR™ techniques and strategies can produce efficient and lasting changes in a client’s structural balance. When you have reduced the body’s subconscious need to protect the neural and vascular networks, your client will have better proprioception, more productive stretching, more efficient movement, and greater freedom.
NVR™ is incredibly useful for improving function when there is a history of old injury and physical trauma, providing tools that help you fine-tune the body for better performance. NVR™ integrates refined, specific, osteopathic-style work with the deeper, more broad, myofascial work that is characteristic of structural integration. NVR™ study complements what is taught by other neural teachers and osteopaths.
Anatomy Trains Neurovascular Release™ has two learning tracks, one for structural integrators and the other for experienced manual therapists (physiotherapists, massage therapists, acupuncturists, naturopaths, osteopaths, and chiropractors).
Anatomy Trains Advanced Certification in Neurovascular Release™ for Structural Integration (NVR-SI)
There are four technique courses and two clinical courses in this course series (151-186 total classroom hours). All six parts will take 2-3 years to complete, depending upon your geographic location. Structural integrators who have graduated from any of the professional SI training programs that are recognized by the International Association of Structural Integration (IASI) are welcome in this advanced SI course series.
Anatomy Trains Certification in Neurovascular Release™ (NVR)
This course series is designed for experienced manual practitioners who want to study Neurovascular Release™ in the context of the Anatomy Trains model and who are not planning to pursue structural integration certification. There are four technique courses and one clinical course in the NVR™ course series (109-141 total classroom hours), which takes 2-3 years to complete, depending on geographical location.
About Kirstin Schumaker
Kirstin Schumaker is a Board Certified Structural Integrator, Certified ATSI practitioner, and Certified ATSI Teacher. A manual practitioner for over 20 years, she has been studying nerves since 2006, and she added arteries to her special interest list in 2010. Kirstin began developing her curriculum on working with nerves and arteries in 2013. Now all the myofascial work she practices and teaches is nuanced by her understanding of the neurovasculature.
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