BodyReading: Visual Assessment of the Anatomy Trains Video Series




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“Seeing is touch at a distance” said Ida Rolf. In this video series, learn to BodyRead your clients’ postural patterns in terms of the myofascial meridians. This is a progressive skill that will serve you every day, make your work more efficient and long-lasting – and you will never be bored at airports again!


Tom Myers gives you the benefit of his 40 years’ experience see seeing the relationships within the skeleton, soft-tissue, and motor patterns. Using many examples, we will go through the elements in each line, and put it all together in useful tips and measurements, coupled with protocols to undo the patterns and restore free and full movement.

5 CEUs through NCBTMB

1. BodyReading as a skill

  • a) How to approach visual assessment
  • b) How to ‘sell’ bodyreading to your clients
  • c) Positive reinforcement: ‘3 good things’
  • d) The 5 stages of BodyReading

2. Superficial Front Line & Superficial Back Line

  • a) Anatomy Review
  • b) Startle response and emotional holding
  • c) Primary and secondary curves assessment
  • d) Backbend and roll down movement assessment

3. Lateral Line and Deep Front Line

  • a) Anatomy Review
  • b) Inversion / eversion patterns and foot arches
  • c) Genu valgus and varus: knock knees and bow legs
  • d) Ab- and adduction balance

4. Spiral Line and the Arms

  • a) Anatomy Review
  • b) Assessing trunk rotations
  • c) Assessing shoulder position
  • d) Corrective protocols

5. Assessing the spine

  • a) Primary and secondary curve protocols
  • b) Side bends
  • c) Spinal rotations
  • d) Summary review


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