Category: Tom Q&A


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: Self-Healing Guide

Good morning! This is a bit of a long shot but, I am an LMT and today I am emailing you for your assistance with a book I am writing. I have been a “big time” fan of Anatomy trains and the work of Thomas Myers for many years. I have used his book as… Read more


Q&A with Tom: TMJ and Myofascial Influence

Dear Mr. Myers, I‘m writing a publication about TMD (temporomandibular joint disorders, also called TMJ) and body posture. A part of my descriptions treated osteopathy and myofascial systems I‘m looking for information about TMD. I have purchased your book, but there is no information about this anatomy part in it. There is a myofascial influence?… 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


Q&A with Tom: “Stuck” fascia?

Dear Tom, Your research and sharing has affected my life beyond measure. In your research of the very important fascia, have you witnessed either in cadavers or while using MFR on people, that some of us seem to have more adhesive, or drier fascia than others? My fascia can be so “stuck” that cups are… Read more

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