Anatomy Trains in Motion
Essentially Anatomy Trains in Motion is an anatomy course in which you will increase your depth of knowledge and gain a new perspective of Thomas W. Myers’ Anatomy Trains concept in relation to body-minded movement. The course is filled with functional anatomy, movement relevant information and practical applications that not only sound good on paper, but also work well in real life.
Slings Essentials is all about fascia, its role in movement and conscious training. The course revolves around fascial architecture, relevant qualities of fascia as well as Slings philosophy, myofascial training techniques and training aims. The comprehensive information will serve as a knowledge-base for the Slings in Motion repertoire courses.
Slings in Motion I
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.
Slings in Motion II
Slings in Motion II is an uplifting and energizing course that guarantees functional movement fun. It focuses on the “perceptive, gently winding and unwinding” Lateral Line and the “energetic, gyrating” Spiral Line. In the spirit of structural integration and for the purpose of movement integration, Slings in Motion I exercise variations are incorporated in this course.
Slings in Motion III
Slings in Motion III is the movement gem that rounds off the first triad of Slings repertoire courses. Its stars are the “authentic and wholehearted” Deep Front Line (aka myofascial core) and the “expressive, far-reaching” Arm Lines. Staying with the theme of structural and movement integration, Slings in Motion I and II exercise variations are woven into this course.
Slings Certification Course
The Slings certification course is an assessment of your skills and knowledge as well as an opportunity to refine them, clarify questions and consolidate your understanding. The two days are a dynamic mix of teaching, moving and quizzing, essay presentations, reflections and knowledge refinement through short lectures.