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A webinar can be booked before and during the streaming. Booking is closed when the webinar has finished.

A series can be booked before the webinar starts:

  • 12-series Bundle for Pros: book before 21 January 2022 at 15:55h (3:55pm)
  • 4-series Up & Running: book before 21 January 2022 at 15:55h (3:55pm)
  • 4-series Kinaesthetic Intelligence: book before 25 March 2022 at 15:55h (3:55pm)
  • 4-series Core Vitality: book before 20 May 2022 at 15:55h (3:55pm)
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Or you can watch the recording afterwards.
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The webinar will be recorded with 30 days of access to the recording provided to all registered participants
You will receive a link to the recording at the latest 24 hours after the webinar has finished. In order to access the recording, you must sign up prior to webinar commencement. 

Access unlimited
As a bonus participants who book a bundle (12-series or a 4-series) receive unlimited access to the recordings.
You will receive the link to a separate Vimeo album as well as a personalised discount code (100%) together with your booking confirmation email.
The recordings will uploaded to this Vimeo album time-delayed.
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Certificate After the webinar has finished you will receive an email confirming your participation in the live stream or the recording.
In this email you will also find the link to the recording.

We offer each webinar in English.

The webinars are also offered in German. Either the presenters speak German or they are simultaneously translated.

Time zone The webinar streaming times indicated are Swiss times.
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Currency Webinar prices are in CHF - Swiss Francs (Switzerland).
Technical requirements For a proper live online experience you need Zoom version 5.2.1 or higher. We recommend to update Zoom regularly to the latest version.



The first webinar of a series is presented by Karin. In the consecutive webinars, the spotlight is on the lectures of our amazing guest presenters and Karin’s meaningful “translation” into resource-oriented, integrative movement.

The webinar structure comprises 4 main components:

  • Topic-centred lecture
  • Coherent Slings in Motion lesson
  • Questions & Answers
  • Gold nuggets to take away

The webinars aim to provide you with the rewards of “horizontal” and “vertical” learning.

  • Horizontal learning: You will expand your horizon on how different perspectives and modalities contribute to working with body holistically. You will also broaden your understanding of the fascial system and integrative, fascia-focussed movement, while enhancing bodywide strength and agility along with inner ease and vitality.
  • Vertical learning: You will deepen your knowledge about specific functionality and health related topics, learn and embody coherent movement strategies, and gain expert tools to enhance your professional skill set(s).

For the Slings in Motion lesson the following tools are used:



Carla Stecco Fascia research, medicine, Fascial Manipulation
Fabiana Silva Sports physiotherapy, epidemiology
Joeri Calsius Psychology, osteopathy, integrated bodywork, philosophy
Julie Hammond Integrative anatomy, Anatomy Trains Structural Integration
Karin Gurtner Resource-oriented, integrative movement
Markus Rossmann Sport, Rolfing, fascial training
Robert Schleip Fascia research, Rolfing, human biology, psychology
Tom Myers Integral anatomy, Anatomy Trains Structural Integration


Carla Stecco

Carla Stecco is an Orthopaedic Surgeon, Professor of Human Anatomy and Movement Sciences at the University of Padova. Founding Member of the Fascial Manipulation Association and Fascial Research Society. Member of the Italian Society of Anatomy and Histology and of the European Association of Clinical Anatomy. Her scientific activity is devoted to the study of the anatomy of the human fasciae from a macroscopical, histological and physiopathological point of view. She personally made over 300 cadaver dissections for research. From 2000 she organizes and personally holds theoretical-practical courses about fascial anatomy and the Fascial Manipulation technique both in Italy and in other countries. Carla is the author of more than 180 in extenso papers about the fascial anatomy, 150 indexed in Pubmed. Author of various books about the Fascial Manipulation (Piccin ed), translated in 11 languages, and of some chapters about the fascial anatomy or the Fascial Manipulation Technique. Author of the first photographic atlas about the human fasciae (2015, Elsevier ed.).

See more of Carla

University of Padova website


Carla Stecco interviewed by Karin Gurtner

Carla's webinar

Fascial Roundhouses: Pivotal Places for Vitality

Fabiana Silva

Fabiana Silva is a physiotherapist from Brazil. She holds a Masters in Epidemiology and is a Sports Physio Specialist. Fabiana is a board member of the Fascia Research Society, director of the Fascia Research Centre Brazil, and CEO of Cirklo Health Education. Currently, she works in a clinical practice and as an invited Professor in Post Graduate Physiotherapy Courses about Fascia, Sports, and Manual Therapy in Latin America. She is the author of two chapters in the new edition of Fascia: The Tensional Network of The Human Body, and is the technical reviewer of the Portuguese version of Travell & Simons' Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual.

See more of Fabiana

Cirklo website


Fabiana Silva interviewed by Karin Gurtner


Fabiana's Webinar

Thoracolumbar Fascia: Influential Back Support

Joeri Calsius

Dr. Joeri Calsius is a clinical psychologist (PhD.), osteopath DO and integrated bodyworker. He also studied physical therapy and cultural philosophy (MA) and specialized in myofascial bodywork and body psychotherapy. His doctoral dissertation focussed on an integrated approach for anxiety based on a psychodynamic, phenomenological and body-oriented angle. For this he was rewarded with the Van Helsdingen Award offered by the Dutch Association for Psychiatry and Philosophy. As a bodyworker and clinical psychologist-psychotherapist, he works in a private practice in Belgium with a focus on stress, psychosomatics and trauma. He is also a part-time academic professor and teaches at several post-graduate programs. As an independent researcher he writes on different topics of integrated bodywork from a trans-disciplinary angle and is author of several peer-reviewed articles and handbooks on these topics, such as ‘Treating psychosomatic patients. In search of a transdisciplinary framework for the integration of bodywork in psychotherapy’ (Routledge, 2020).

See more of Joeri

Daimon Therapy Center website


Julie Hammond

Julie Hammond lives in Western Australia with her husband and 3 children. She is Director and lead teacher of Anatomy Trains Australia and has been a bodyworker for the 22 years. She is a certified Anatomy Trains Structural Integration practitioner, organised the first Australian Fascia symposium in 2020 and cofounder of Balancing the Diaphragms. She has a passion for women’s health and due to her love of anatomy, she has participated in many dissections. With a special interest in the feet, pelvis and jaw and is fascinated with the connection between each of these parts of the body and the influence they have on each other. She is currently looking at the connection between pelvic floor health and arch support, or lack of, and how she can help women improve the function of the pelvis from the ground up. She is currently studying medical science.

See more of Julie

Anatomy Trains Australia & New Zealand website


Julie Hammond interviewed by Karin Gurtner


Julie's Webinar

Easeful Pelvis: Restoring Fluidity of the Pelvis in Gait

Karin Gurtner

Founder and educational director of art of motion Academy; developer of the Slings Myofascial Training concept, the Anatomy Trains in Motion education, and a Contemporary Pilates curriculum; creator of online learning courses and practice videos; author and international presenter. Karin believes that knowledge should be shared generously to foster independent thinking – and that complex information needs to be delivered within a clearly defined and practical context to be embodied and ‘embrained’ alike. This is a shared vision at art of motion, where Karin is supported by co-founder and twin sister Monika, the dedicated people at the art of motion head office in Switzerland, and a skilled team of international educators.

See more of Karin

art of motion team webpage


Karin Gurtner interviewed
by Abinaya Santhirasegaran, Dolores Rovina & Sarah Moser


Karin's Webinars

Karin will actively participate in all webinars. Either alone as a keynote speaker or together with our guest experts as a co-presenter.

Webinars with Karin as keynote speaker:

Up & Running: Get Ready
Up & Running: Keep on Walking, Keep on Running
Kinaesthetic Intelligence: KQ
Core Vitality: Fascial Roundhouses

Markus Rossmann

Certified sports teacher and Rolfer™ Markus Rossmann is a book author as well as a health and fascia expert. Because of his expertise, he is a sought-after international presenter and lecturer, consultant and contributor to health promoting programs. As a certified Rolfer and movement expert, Markus worked for several years at the clinic of Dr Robert Schleip. Markus is a co-creator of the Fascial Fitness concept and developer of the Concept-Rossmann. Furthermore, Markus developed the following internationally successful concepts: Fascial Walk, Fascial Training, Treating in Movement, and the 4-Structure Concept. His movement and treatment concepts are simple, yet revolutionary. Besides teaching in many places in Europe, he was invited to present in Brazil, Russia, Ukraine, China, Singapore, Ecuador, and the USA. Markus professional focus is on the development of efficient, time-saving movement programs for preventative and rehabilitative health enhancement.

See more of Markus

Concept Rossmann website


Markus Rossmann interviewed by Karin Gurtner


Markus' Webinar

Get Going: Walking with Myofascial Ease

Robert Schleip

Dr. Robert Schleip is Director of the Fascia Research Group (Technical University Munich & Ulm University, Germany), Research Director of the European Rolfing Association and Vice-President of the Fascia Research Society. After practicing and teaching the Rolfing Method of Structural Integration as well as the Feldenkrais Method for several decades, he devoted his main passion towards scientific fascia research. His research findings on active fascial contractility were honored with the Vladimir Janda Award of Musculoskeletal Medicine. He is author and editor of many fascia related publications and enjoys experimenting with different sports and dance related fun activities.

See more of Robert

Somatics Academy website
Robert's website

Tom Myers

Thomas Myers studied with Dr Ida Rolf, Moshe Feldenkrais, and Richard Buckminster Fuller, and with a variety of movement and manual therapy pioneers. His work is influenced by cranial, visceral, and intrinsic movement studies he made with European schools of osteopathy. An inveterate traveller, Tom has practiced integrative manual therapy for over 40 years in a variety of clinical and cultural settings. He is the author of Anatomy Trains (2020, 4th edition), co-author of Fascial Release for Structural Balance (North Atlantic, 2010, 2017), co-author of Anatomy Trains in Motion Study Guide (2019), author of Body3, The Anatomist’s Corner, Structural Integration: Collected Articles, and BodyReading: Visual Assessment and The Anatomy Trains, and has also written extensively for Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (Elsevier). Tom has also produced over 20 online learning courses with Anatomy Trains, and others in collaboration with various body-minded professional groups. Tom lives and sails on the coast of Maine in the USA. Together with his team he delivers professional development courses and certification in Structural Integration worldwide.

See more of Tom

Anatomy Trains website

Tom Myers interviewed by Karin Gurtner


Tom's Webinar

Where We Find Ourselves: Fascial Kinaesthesia and Maturation