Fascial Release for Structural Balance: Shoulders and Arms

£300 / £280 early registration

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  • March 12 – 13, 2016
  • Exmouth, UK
  • This course is intended for Manual Therapists.
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Based on the recently released book of the same title, the Fascial Release for Structural Balance (FRSB) series is a short intensive course limited to specific anatomy and heavy on manual soft-tissue technique.

Each course focuses on 15 – 20 core ‘templates’ for technique, which can be applied in different ways for different patterns in your clients. We will teach you the relevant structural anatomy for the area and the common postural and movement implications around each of them. The short lectures utilize many new and previously unseen teaching resources to illustrate the information in a fun, exciting and, most importantly, understandable fashion.

The courses fully explain the intent and scope of each technique and will give you plenty of time to master it and experiment with the many possible variations. We will ensure that you can apply these very effective ideas and execute them in your treatments the following day.

Shoulders and Arms

In this driving day and computer age, the arms get unique usage these days. This course travels from the shoulder to the hand on the Arm Lines, giving techniques for every station along the way.

These include:

  1. Releases for each joint of the shoulder
  2. Soft-tissue techniques for shoulder muscles
  3. Elbow and upper arm muscle releases
  4. Lower arm extensor, flexor, radial, and ulnar releases
  5. Wrist and hand work
DatesMar 12 – 13, 2016
LocationExmouth, UK
AddressExmouth, UK
Class Times

9:00am – 5:30pm each day

Teacher(s)James Earls
Tuition£300 / £280 early registration
Credits Earned14 CEs
Cancellation FeeNon-refundable and non-transferable deposit £100
ContactAnna Maria Mazzieri
+44 (0) 1395 271610

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