4/18 1-4 PM Fluids Fascia and Dynamic Manual Interface

By on April 13, 2015

Fluids & Fascia and Dynamic Manual Interface

The 10 Year Anniversary celebration continues.

Saturday, April 18, 1-4PM

There is a lot of information these days about fascia, fascial fitness, fascia and muscle movement and the part fascia may play in pain and rehabilitation. Dynamic Manual Interface (DMI) has been around for some years but is yet to be widely discovered. In this free introductory workshop Barry Craig, LMP, FFT, will present information on fascial fluids and movement, cover how the work Frank Lowen developed is clinically and independently confirmed by current research, and give demonstrations of this modality. Although you won’t become a certified DMI you will get a chance to see if it bears further investigation on your path. You’ll also get a chance to see Howling Dog Studio and, if time allows, Nancy will share some of the new fascial fitness exercises that can performed on the pilates equipment (developed through a collaboration of Merrithew Fitness’s ZEN-GA and Robert Schleip’s Fascial Fitness programs).

This workshop is for professionals in the movement, physical and manual therapy fields or those interested in the nitty gritty of this technique.  Be prepared for video of human tissue and hands on experience.  Letter of completion available upon request.  Click above for more information and to register.

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