Interviews with Tom Myers

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Tom Myers’ Interview with Aubrey Gowing

For our sixth episode of Therapists Together we are joined by a very special guest, Tom Myers. Tom’s Anatomy Trains textbook and charts are referenced daily by therapists around the world and his extensive catalogue of instructional videos make his unique approach to therapy available to all. However, Tom is…

Source: Holistic College Dublin - YouTube

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Tom Myers on the State of Massage and Bodywork Education

“This is an immensely rewarding practice. It will support you in your physical body (if you work with good biomechanics), your emotional development for sure, there’s plenty of intellectual stimulation in the field if you want it, not to mention a good financial living to be had from it—and you…

Source: ABMP Blog

Author: Tom Myers

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The Secret Life of Fascia

Tom Myers is interviewed in this compelling documentary created by Bruce Schonfeld.

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Tom Myers: The Century of the Body – Fascia, Yoga and the Medicine of the Future

The medicine of the future will have to focus on healing the epidemic of lifestyle-related diseases by changing behavior, says Tom Myers, author of Anatomy Trains in this interview. Yoga, bodywork and other therapies that tap into the transformative potential of the body’s fascial network have an important role to play…

Source: YogaU Online

Author: Eva Norlyk Smith

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Creating Change: Tom Myers on Yoga, Fascia and Mind-Body Transformation

Modern science is just catching up to the ancient wisdom of the mind-body connection and the effect that mental patterns (e.g., stress) can have on the body through biochemical pathways. Does this connection go the other way? That is, if mind affects body, is it possible to change our mental…

Source: Huffington Post

Author: Eva Norlyk Smith

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Discovered Human Potential – An Interview with Tom Myers

In his first Anatomist’s Corner column Myers wrote, “No matter who you are or what you do, your body is your dearest and most prominent tool. That is why we hands-on therapists create such close relationships with our clients — it’s because we work with everyone’s closest friend.” Myers goes…

Source: Originally published in Massage & Bodywork magazine, October/November 2003

Author: Darren Buford