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Portland, OR | "You Missed the Legs!" - Dealing with Anterior Pelvic Shift | Tom Myers
Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel
8235 Northeast Airport Way
Portland, OR 97220
503-281-2500

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Wednesday, March 25, 2020, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM PDT
Category: National CE Courses

"You Missed the Legs!" - Dealing with Anterior Pelvic Shift

Instructor:
Tom Myers

Organizational Host: 
Kinesis Inc

Credits: 
21 CEs Category 1 

Registration Prices:
$225 Early Bird Thru December 19, 2019
$275 After December 19, 2019

Contact Information: 
[email protected]
207-563-7121

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Course Description:

Presented by Tom Myers a IASI Symposium Pre-Conference Workshop – Special pricing for IASI members, please contact the Anatomy Trains office at 207-563-7121 or [email protected].

In the midst of all the amazing work we do with the psoas, spine, neck, breath, shoulders, I keep noticing how the feet, calves, legs, and knees are underserved, remaining in adverse alignment, even after the series. Without this foundation, the great work above cannot hold.

In this day-long workshop, we will look at a lot of pattern variety and discuss strategies for resolution, but the main drive for the practice is to deal with the ubiquitous anterior pelvic shift – where the pelvis is characteristically centered in front of the ankle. This pattern is damaging to structural integrity, movement efficiency, and indicates a neural pattern of anxious up-regulation. Therefore it is a good pattern to know how to resolve – and this workshop offers both manual therapy and movement cueing for integrating a new restful pattern.

This workshop is intended for manual therapists of all backgrounds.


Instructor Biography:

Thomas Myers, is author of the acclaimed Anatomy Trains (Elsevier 2001, 2009, 2014), and director of Anatomy Trains which offers courses in manual therapy and the anatomy of movement worldwide. He studied with Ida Rolf, Moshe Feldenkrais, and Buckminster Fuller and has practiced integrative bodywork for more than 40 years. Tom has contributed over 65 articles for trade magazines and journals. He lives, writes, and sails on the coast of Maine.