Slings in Motion I


Course is over.


  • February 2 – 4, 2018
  • Tempe, AZ, USA
  • This course is intended for Movement Professionals.
  • Description
  • Course Details
  • Contact

Slings in Motion I is the first of the series of Slings repertoire courses. It revolves around a very influential myofascial meridian duo; the “supportive, quietly persevering” Superficial Back Line and the “protective, proactive” Superficial Front Line of the Anatomy Trains body map.

All Slings in Motion modules are self-contained, practical repertoire courses. Although each Slings in Motion course has a clearly defined theme and a unique exercise selection, they have common features.

Commonalities: All Slings in Motion courses include the following content.

Practical execution of a contrasting blend of:

  • Differentiated and integrated multidimensional exercises in all body positions
  • Slow and deep, dynamic and rhythmic, stimulating and invigorating, as well as mellow and melting exercises and movement sequences
  • Exercise variations with and without additional props

In-depth discussion of:

  • Movement execution
  • Functional anatomy
  • Short-term and long-term exercise aims
  • Slings guiding principles
  • Slings myofascial training techniques
  • Purposeful sequencing
  • Functionally choreographed, smooth flowing Slings SynerChi movement sequences
  • Daily Slings in Motion master classes

PreRequisites: Anatomy Trains in Motion and Slings Essentials workshops

DatesFeb 2 – 4, 2018
LocationTempe, AZ, USA
VenueSheraton Phoenix Airport
Address1600 South 52nd Street
Tempe, AZ 85281
Class Times

9:00am-5:00pm each day

Teacher(s)Karin Gurtner
Tuition$550 / $650 after December 1, 2017
Credits Earned21 CEs NCBTMB and PMA, pending
Cancellation FeePrior to 2 months before class: full refund less $100 admin fee
Up to 6 weeks prior: 50% refund less $100 fee
Cancellation less than 30 days prior: non-refundable
ContactLiza or Becky
888 546-3747

Get in touch if you have questions about this course.

  • Hidden
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.