Category: Technique

How to Train Fascia, Tip 1: Vectors

We’re beginning to understand how important healthy fascia is to a healthy body, but how can we train our fascia to keep it hydrated and functioning well? Tom has filmed a short series of fascial training tips to help with just that. Enjoy part one of the four-part series and stay tuned for the rest of… Read more

Your Chair as a Movement Tool

Chairs have been with us for a long time. First they were only for nobles and royalty, but gradually chairs have become more and more common. In the 19th century, with trains and coaches, sitting became more common, but it is really in the 20th century that we could say we have an ‘inactivity crisis’.… Read more

Intra-Oral Work

These wonderful pictures are from a recent Head, Neck & Jaw class I did in Toronto, sponsored by Body Evolutions. Demonstrating how we get to the root of the tongue to ease the tension on the hyoid bone. It’s hard to see inside the mouth to tell exactly what the instructor in doing. That’s why… Read more

Q&A with Tom: A New Career in Bodywork

A frequently-asked question from a follower about what direction to take a career change into the field of bodywork / movement and Tom’s reply.  Tom – With absolute sincerity, thank you for your reply. I understand how busy you are and I’m truly grateful. For some background on me: I’m 34. I have early mornings,… Read more

Q&A with Tom: Pectus Excuvatum

Read this exchange between Tom and a follower about his pectus excuvatum.  Hello Tom, I have pectus excuvatum. I’ve read your 3D book (Body3) and half way through Anatomy Trains. Those books are great and I will likely need to read them three more times to fully absorb everything. Because of your work I have a… Read more

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