Fascial Movement

Fascial Movement

Designed for fitness, medical and therapy professionals, Merrithew™ Fascial Movement workshops and courses explore the latest research findings on the neuromyofascial skeletal system.

With an emphasis on movement variables including Bounce, Sense, Expand and Hydrate, Merrithew Fascial Movement training offers a thorough understanding of what fascia is, what it does, how it moves and how to work with it across a range of varying modalities.

Fascia, the most ubiquitous connective tissue in the body, is creating a buzz in the fitness industry. The importance of this multi-faceted network is only starting to be understood. The Merrithew Fascial Movement Foundation CourseCourse Instructor, Level 1 is intended for those already working in the fields of fitness, therapeutic movement and rehabilitation, and provides some insight as to how movement affects and is affected by fascia. The initial lecture component of the course reviews basic fascial anatomy and physiology and explores the latest research findings on the neuromyofascial skeletal system. The application component of the course introduces movement variables including Bounce, Sense, Expand and Hydrate; and shows how they can be applied to all forms of exercise including Pilates, yoga, dance, athletic conditioning, sports performance, and rehabilitation. This course is approved for STOTT PILATES and PMA cec's.

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IF you are new to Equilibrium Studio and you have questions you need to be answered before you register for Fascial Movement Foundations Course Level 1, please provide us with your contact details.

IF you have taken a course or workshop at equilibrium, or have already started a training profile with us and you want to register for the 2019 Fascia Movement Foundation Course while earning CEC's from STOTT PILATES, PMA, and ACE, please text the Equilibrium Education Hotline at 248.723.1300 or email jessicap@equilibriumstudio.com and we will add your name to an early wait list.

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