Anatomy Trains 1 – Superficial Front Line and Back Line: Live Online Lecture with Tom Myers


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  • January 30 – 30, 2021
  • Online lecture
  • This course is intended for Online Course.
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Thank you for your interest! This course is now closed. Please email with any questions. 

Open to all.

This lecture is part of a larger Anatomy Trains in Structure and Function course live online with Anatomy Trains author Tom Myers.

This lecture will be delivered over Zoom videoconferencing due to the unusual circumstances of the global pandemic. 

Live and interactive with fascial pioneer and Anatomy Trains author Tom Myers.  Tour the Myofascial Meridians bodymap, starting with the Superficial Front Line and the Superficial Back Line  

Trace these two essential myofascial linkages in your own body, while hearing and seeing the anatomy and relationships that give it meaning. Includes simple stretches for assessment and homework – where in the line needs more opening or strengthening?

Note: To ensure a high quality student experience, registration will CLOSE at 8PM EST on Thursday, January 28th. Zoom webinar links will be sent out to all registrants after the close of registration.

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST* with live Q&A with Tom to follow

*The live webinar will be recorded and recording provided to all registrants after the weekend.

DatesJan 30 – 30, 2021
LocationOnline lecture
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Live virtual lecture delivered via Zoom videoconferencing.

Begins at 10:00am EST

Ends at 12:00pm EST with a live Q&A to follow with Tom

Teacher(s)Tom Myers
Credits Earned2 CEs NCBTMB; 2 CEs NPCP (PMA)
Cancellation FeeFor cancellations up to 24 hours before the start of the course, full tuition credit to applied towards a future workshop or product. Cancellations within 24 hours before the start of the course, no refunds.
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