Balancing Anatomy Trains in the Feet (part 1) and Legs (part 2) Live Online with Tom Myers – TriYoga online
£40 for both parts or £25 per part
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It is hard to see how feet work on their own. In fact, they don’t. Good function in the feet depends so much on the balance of soft-tissue in the legs and hips above. Problems in the feet are so often sourced above. And failure in the feet can reflect back up to the knees and pelvic floor.
In part 1, we examine the structure of the foot in terms of bones, ligaments, and local muscles.
In part 2, we hook the arches of the feet into the long meridians of myofascial force transmission that come down from the hips and legs to support them. Learn how the Front, Back, Lateral, and Spiral Lines dynamically support the arches.
Open to all who work with legs and feet. Familiarity with basic anatomical language will be a help, and looking at Chapters 3-6 in the book Anatomy Trains by Tom Myers is even better.
60% lecture with self-palpation
40% embodiment practice
Live online with Anatomy Trains author Tom Myers, via TriYoga online (UK). Includes 7 day access to recordings!
Course schedule (bookable separately or together):
5 September 2021
Part 1: 14:00 – 16:00 (London time)
Part 2: 17:00 – 19:00 (London time)
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