AT Masterclass: Fascia Research Update Live Online with Dr. Robert Schleip – REGISTRATION CLOSED
Course is full.
- January 6 – 6, 2021
- This course is intended for Online Course.
- Course Details
Thank you for your interest! Registration for this class is now closed. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We are thrilled to bring to you Anatomy Trains 12 Days of Christmas Masterclass Series, showcasing world renowned thought leaders in fascia, anatomy, & body-minded movement. With this amazing lineup, it will be hard to pick just one to attend!
Each two hour Masterclass will be presented live over zoom – we encourage you to join us live! We will have exclusive contests for those who attend live, with fun prizes awarded to the winners. However if you cannot attend live, you can relax in the knowledge that each webinar will be recorded and the recording will be made available for you to enjoy for 45 days.
Please note: To ensure a high quality student experience, registration will close January 5th at 8PM EST
Fascia Research Update: Connective tissue research related to interoception, proprioception and sympathetic fascia innervation
According to a recent calculation of our team, the bodywide fascial net constitutes by far our richest sensory organ. This includes its capacity for triggering myofascial pain syndromes but also to provide the basis of our sense of proprioception. It is hard to find a more exciting field within modern medical research today. How important are the newly discovered PIEZO2 receptors for our postural regulation and movement coordination? And what role do they play in idiopathic scoliosis? What do we know about the myriad of free nerve endings in our subcutaneous connective tissues, viscera and other deeper tissues that are involved in the sense of interoception? How do those interoceptive sensations relate to brain circuits associated with our sense of ’self’? What connections exist between fascial stiffness, fascial stimulation and the autonomic nervous system? And what do we know about the huge number of sympathetic nerve endings in fascia, apart from their vasoconstrictor function? Be ready for a fascinating review of the latest research findings with important implications for manual as well as movement therapists.
Wednesday, January 6th: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, US
Robert Schleip PhD MA directs the Fascia Research Project of Ulm University in Germany. Having been a Rolfing instructor and Feldenkrais practitioner for over 20 years, he felt frustrated with the speculative nature of scientific explanations backing up most areas of current bodywork. When he entered the field of connective tissue science as an active laboratory researcher in 2003, he became so thrilled that he soon became one of the driving international forces in the newly emerging field of fascia research. His own research findings on active contractile properties of human fasciae have been honored with the Vladimir Janda Award of Musculoskeletal Medicine. He is research director of the European Rolfing Association, and co‐initiator of the 1st Fascia Research Congress hosted at Harvard Medical School (Boston 2007) as well as of the subsequent congresses.
|Dates||Jan 6 – 6, 2021|
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
|Teacher(s)||Dr. Robert Schleip|
|Tuition||$50 until Dec. 26th at 8 AM EST / $75 thereafter|
|Credits Earned||2 CEs NCBTMB, pending; 2 CEs NPCP (PMA); 2 CEs IASI Cat. 1|
|Cancellation Fee||Please note that there are no refunds 24 hours before the course starts. For cancellations up to 24 hours before the start of the course, full tuition credit will be applied towards a future workshop or product.|
|Contact||Live chat on anatomytrains.com or 888 546-3747|
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