Fascial Dissection with Tom Myers and Todd Garcia (In-person October 2024)

  • October 24 – 27, 2024
  • Boulder, CO, USA
  • This course is intended for Courses with Tom Myers.
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Thank you for your interest. This course is now full. Please email info@anatomytrains.com if you wish to be placed on the waitlist. 

4 day Fascial Dissection Intensive In person with Anatomy Trains author Tom Myers and Master Dissector Todd Garcia

We are so excited to be back in the dissection lab with Anatomy Trains author Tom Myers and master dissector Todd Garcia at his Laboratories for Anatomical Enlightenment in Boulder, Colorado. Please join us for this innovative, new 4-day in-person Dissection intensive October 24-27, 2024, where you will have the unique opportunity to work with untreated donors for more natural movement and color, and dissect for yourself, guided by experienced Dissection Lab Instructors and Structural Integration practitioners at each table. You will meet students from all around the world and from all points-of-view within the manual, movement and medical professions to explore the complexity and beautiful anomalies of the lives lived in each unique human form, while having the opportunity to view the comparative anatomy from table to table!

Daily schedule:
9:00 – 10:00 AM: Lecture by Tom Myers
10:00 – 11:00 AM: Dissection demonstration by Todd Garcia
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM: Dissection in the lab
1:00 – 2:00 PM: Lunch
2:00 – 5:00 PM: Dissection in the lab

  • You will be working on your own projects, supported by experienced Anatomy Trains lab instructors
  • You will be at a table with 7-8 other participants
  • There will be at least 4 different donors for comparative anatomy
  • Online electronic waivers need to be completed with registration
  • Total cost of the course is $2,240 and the $500 deposit is non-refundable and used to secure your enrollment
  • Discount for Full Payment in Advance: $1,990 ($250 discount)
  • By selecting the multi-payment option, you are agreeing to pay $500 now and to have $588/mo automatically withdrawn from your card for the next 3 months
  • Please read the confirmation email after registering for important logistics and details

See clips from our Anatomy Trains Fascial Dissection:

These are not prosections or mere demonstrations – you are doing the dissecting yourself from Day 1. Tom and Todd will offer tutorials, explanations, or brief lectures on our collective findings. No previous experience with dissection is necessary to attend this course. It can be a life- and career-changing experience – this is the feedback we get most often from participants. Nothing can replace doing dissection first hand, with your own hands and eyes. What is it you want to know about? What do you want to ‘see for yourself’ (the meaning of the word ‘autopsy’)?

All our work will be with untreated cadavers – otherwise difficult to find – meaning no chemical smell and a much more ‘true-to-life’ view of fascia and tissue colouring. Untreated tissue moves through the same range of motion as the living body, and offers a very different perception of the behavior of fascial tissues.

We know this encounter with mortality can be an emotional challenge and a spiritual evocation – and we are not trying to ‘objectify’ the process.. In our classes, these aspects of the experience are very much respected. Join us on this deep voyage of discovery.

In 4 days we will go from skin to bone, including exploration of the superficial fascial layers, the myofasciae and the Anatomy Trains meridians, the organs and their attachments, joints and the spine, and the brain, meninges, and nervous system. You will work on your own donor and project, obviously, and additionally there is comparative anatomy as you learn from other people’s projects on (probably 4) other donors as well.

Pick your own project or we can help you find one. You are supported by experienced Anatomy Trains lab assistants at a table with 7-8 other participants. You can also observe the fine skills of master dissector Todd Garcia who will be demonstrating on a dedicated table, and gathering the benefits of the other projects in the room.

$500 deposit non-refundable. 50% refund for cancellation up to September 1, 2024. Due to our investment in the donor cadavers, tuition is non-refundable after September 1, 2024.

Transportation and Lodging Information:

The lab is about 45 minutes from the Denver International Airport. There is a bus route from the airport, but this will increase the travel time to 1.5 hours.

Here are some local hotels (we have not stayed at each one so cannot offer recommendations):

Homewood Suites by Hilton – Boulder

Address: 4950 Baseline Rd., Boulder, Colorado 80303 USA

Phone: 303-499-9922

Distance to lab: 2.6 miles



Hilton Garden Inn Boulder

Address: 2701 Canyon Boulevard, Boulder, Colorado 80302 USA

Phone: 303-443-2200

Distance to lab: 2.9 miles



Embassy Suites by Hilton Boulder

Address: 2601 Canyon Boulevard, Boulder, Colorado 80302 USA

Phone: 303-443-2600

Distance to lab: 2.9 miles



Comfort Inn & Suites Boulder

Address: 4777 North Broadway Street, Boulder, CO 80304, US

Phone:  (720) 896-4102

Distance to lab: 6.3 miles



La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Denver Boulder-Louisville

Address: 902 W Dillon Rd, Louisville, CO 80027

Phone: (303) 664-0100

Distance from lab: 7.9 miles



Some other resources for housing are:





DatesOct 24 – 27, 2024
LocationBoulder, CO, USA
VenueLaboratories of Anatomical Enlightenment
Address1880 S. Flatiron Ct., Suite H 2, Boulder, Colorado, 80301
Class Times

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM daily** (**Please arrive at 8:30 AM on the first day for registration)

Teacher(s)Tom Myers, Todd Garcia
Credits EarnedEarns 32 CES NCBTMB; 32 CEs NPCP; 32 CEs IASI Cat. 1.
Cancellation Fee$500 deposit non-refundable. 50% refund for cancellation up to September 1, 2024. Due to our investment in the donor cadavers, tuition is non-refundable after September 1, 2024.

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