Dissection Livestream Module 2 – Fascial Properties, Directionality, Muscles – SOLD OUT


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  • June 5 – 5, 2020
  • Online lecture
  • This course is intended for Courses with Tom Myers.
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Thank you for your interest in this course! Registration is now closed. We hope to hold this course again this summer, so please check back!

Anatomy Trains and Laboratories of Anatomical Enlightenment are pleased to invite you to: Module 2 – Fascial Properties, Directionality, Muscles-  of Dissection Livestream with Tom Myers and Todd Garcia
A Regional and Layered Journey Through the Human Body

Friday, June 5th – 3:00-5:00PM  EDT – Eastern Time, USA. Please check your local time here: Time Zone Converter (Note: if you cannot attend this session live, it will be recorded for later access for 48 hours).

A message from Tom: Unique times present unique opportunities. For ten years and more master dissector Todd Garcia and I have conducted dissections on untreated cadavers for students from multiple professions, coming from all over the world.
Being in the lab, doing the dissection yourself, making mistakes and learning from them, opening the wonder of the actual human body – it is a singularly spiritual, humbling, emotional, and intellectual voyage of discovery. I know it is not everyone’s cup of tea, but I have learned so much, year upon year, from submitting myself to this journey.

Therefore, we have been very reluctant to put it on video, reserving our classes to require your presence. And now that has changed. So we are too.

For all those who have wished to come and could not, for those who have come before and want to watch Todd work his craft with my commentary, we invite you to join us for a guided tour of the human body through Todd’s amazing skill and my connected myofascial and membrane mapping.
Real, lived anatomy is not like what you have seen in books. We have assembled the audiovisual equipment and planned the course to give you as close to the lived experience as we can – natural color, full range of motion, 3-D views, with applications to therapy and training.

This course is open to all bodywork professionals worldwide.

***Please note this program is for the intellectually mature and involves unfixed human cadaver images***

Important note: A requirement of this course is a signed participant agreement not to record or share any of the course. This is a requirement of the university donor program, as well as our collective conscience in acting ethically. (You will find this online agreement with important registration details upon signing up).

In order to ensure all student agreements are obtained, attendance updated, and that course Zoom links are provided, registration will be CLOSED Thursday, June 4th at 8:00 PM Eastern Time, USA. 

Covered in this module:

Fascia profundis
Where it is thin and where thick
Directionality – ITB, abdominals
Discussion: Seeing the lines appear, continuity of profundis
Delineating Latissimus, side-lying
Identify and isolate muscles as possible within the time
Fascial and functional relationships in the lateral ribs: Delineating latissimus, serratus, external oblique, the axillary space and the brachial plexus

If you prefer to sign up for the full course, June 5-8, click here.

Tom and Todd have worked together on Fascial Dissection projects for the last 16 years, and are very excited to present this to you through a livestream webinar.  Enjoy this clip of Tom and Todd discussing their work together: 

DatesJun 5 – 5, 2020
LocationOnline lecture
Class Times

3:00 – 5:00 PM EDT (Eastern Time, USA)

Teacher(s)Tom Myers
Tuition$80 ($500 for entire course)
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.
ContactMel Burns

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