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Walpole, ME - Anatomy Trains in Motion with Karin Gurtner
Friday, July 19, 2019, 9:00 AM to Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 5:00 PM PST
Category: National CE Courses

Date/Time:

July 19th - July 21st, 2019

9 AM - 5 PM 

Location:

180 Clarks Cove Road
Walpole, ME USA

Prices/Registration:

CE Course: $550 Early Bird
$650 after May 10th

Register Now!

Contact: 

[email protected]
207-563-7121

Anatomy Trains in Motion 

Instructor: Karin Gurtner 

Organizational Host: Anatomy Trains

Credits:
 21 CEs Category 1 

Course Description:

Anatomy Trains in Motion is an in-depth 3-day course for movement and bodywork professionals who love integral anatomy and body-minded exercise applications that relate to real-life in all of its dimensions.This resource-oriented education focuses on the qualities of Thomas W. Myers’ Anatomy Trains concept that enhance everyday functionality and vitality as well as somatic resourcefulness; therefore self-healing.The integral anatomy of the myofascial meridians is explained in interactive lectures and experienced through body-minded movement applications. For a clear comprehension of the structural and functional aspects, anatomical structures are discussed individually and as part of a myofascial meridian that shapes posture, movement and how we feel about the body.To further connect anatomy and function, science-informed fascial qualities are exemplified and embodied with deliberate exercise examples throughout the course. In a unique way, Anatomy Trains in Motion directly links the anatomy of the myofascial meridians with the essential events of walking and body-minded movement training.Because we want to foster independent thinking and individualized learning, we encourage an inquisitive mind and facilitate understanding through movement explorations.Concluding the course, you will have a clear understanding of why the myofascial meridians are defined the way they are and why the Anatomy Trains concept is of immense value for all body-minded movement methods that aim for structural integrity.Anatomy Trains in Motion is a self-contained course that is also the first module of the Slings Myofascial Training® diploma education.Learning Objectives and GoalsAs a result of taking this course, you will:•Have a deeper understanding of the value of the Anatomy Trains concept as an integral body map for movement.•Understand and experience the map of the main myofascial tracks and bony stations of the Superficial Back Line,•Superficial Front Line, Lateral Line and Spiral Line.•Understand the course and experience the workings of the Deep Front Line, Front Arm Lines, Back Arm Lines, Back Functional Line, Front Functional Line and Ipsilateral Functional Line.•Understand the overall postural and movement functions as well as sensory qualities of the myofascial meridians.•Have essential knowledge of the interplay of muscles and fascia in motion.•Understand functional aspects of the myofascial meridians and ways to improve them with a fascia-focussed movement training.Distinguishing Course FeaturesEight features that make Anatomy Trains in Motion (ATiM) unique:1. Body-minded movement perspective: The anatomy of the myofascial meridians is explained through the lens of body-minded movement and somatically oriented learning.2.Linking anatomy, gait, holistic training: The course structure directly links the anatomy of the myofascial meridians with the essential events of walking and body-minded movement training.3.Differentiated integration: Individual anatomical structures are discussed in detail and as part of the myofascial meridians that shape posture, movement and how we feel about the body.4.Proprioception and interoception equated: Proprioception (how we coordinate posture and movement) and interoception (how we feel about our posture and movements) are equally valued and considered.5.Science-informed embodiment: Science-informed fascial qualities and functional movement applications are discussed in interactive lectures and embodied with deliberate body-minded exercise examples.6.Resource-oriented approach: Aspects of the Anatomy Trains concept that enhance functionality are used as a tool to strengthen vitality and somatic resourcefulness; therefore self-healing.7.Guided by ATSI protocol: The philosophy and strategies of the Anatomy Trains Structural Integration bodywork concept are reflected in the organization of the ATiM course.8.Part of a diploma education: ATiM is a self-contained course that is also the first module of the Slings Myofascial Training® diploma education.

Instructor Bio: 

Graduate PMA certified Pilates Matwork & Studio Teacher, certified Anatomy Trains Teacher and Kinesis Myofascial Integration Therapist, Yoga and Gyrokinesis Teacher, Wellness & Personal Trainer, Fitness Leader, certified Trainer & AssessorKarin is the founder and principal educator of art of motion training in movement®, a recognized training organization for Contemporary Pilates & Slings Myofascial Training based in Switzerland and Australia.Certified in Pilates, Yoga, Gyrokinesis and other movement arts, Karin has developed a wide range of Contemporary Pilates education courses for movement teachers and physiotherapists, has written several magazine articles and is regularly presenting at conferences internationally.Her Anatomy Trains’ studies and certification in Kinesis Myofascial Integration greatly contributed to the development of Slings, a myofascial training program based on the Anatomy Trains’ body map, scientific insights and functional training principles, encouraging the mover to be her or his own bodyworker.Karin is travelling the world blending her love for movement, teaching and exploring new places, all the while spreading the good news that movement is an art, a craft and an amazing tool to enrich your life in whatever way you want to enrich your life.