PHILADELPHIA CREAM – Drexel’s strength and conditioning staff, along with Drexel’s Pilates staff, are teaming up with Anatomy Trains to bring Drexel and Drexel the three-day Integral Anatomy and Related Body Exercise Apps course. to real life in all its dimensions its community from April 29th to May 1st.
This resource-based education focuses on the qualities of Thomas W. Myers’ Anatomy Trains concept that enhance daily functionality and vitality as well as somatic ingenuity; therefore self-healing.
The integral anatomy of the myofascial meridians is explained in interactive lectures and experienced through body movement applications. For a clear understanding of structural and functional aspects, the 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-based fascial qualities are illustrated and embodied through deliberate exercise examples throughout the course. In a unique way, Anatomy Trains in Motion directly connects the anatomy of the myofascial meridians to the essential events of gait and body movement training.
By the end of the course, you will clearly understand why the myofascial meridians are defined the way they are and why the concept of anatomy trains is of immense value to all body-focused movement methods that aim for structural integrity. .
Anatomy Trains in Motion is a stand-alone course that is also the first module of the Slings Myofascial Training® certification course.
Learning objectives and goals
As a result of this course, you:
- Have a deeper understanding of the value of the concept of anatomy trains as an integral body map for movement.
- Understand and experience the map of the main myofascial pathways and bony stations of the Superficial Dorsal Line,
- Superficial frontal line, lateral line and spiral line.
- Understand the course and experience how the Deep Front Line, Front Arm Lines, Back Arm Lines, Back Functional Line, Front Functional Line, and Ipsilateral Functional Line work.
- Understand the overall functions of posture and movement as well as the sensory qualities of the myofascial meridians.
- Have essential knowledge of the interaction of muscles and fascia in motion.
- Understand the functional aspects of the myofascial meridians and ways to improve them with fascia-focused movement training.
Distinctive features of the course
Eight features that make Anatomy Trains in Motion (ATiM) unique:
- Body Movement Perspective: The anatomy of the myofascial meridians is explained through the lens of body movement and somatically oriented learning.
- Linking Anatomy, Gait, Holistic Training: The course structure directly links the anatomy of the myofascial meridians to the essential events of gait and body movement training.
- 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.
- Assimilated Proprioception and Interoception: Proprioception (how we coordinate posture and movement) and interoception (how we feel about our posture and movement) are also valued and considered.
- Science-Based Embodiment: Fascial qualities and science-based functional movement applications are discussed in interactive lectures and embodied through deliberate body-focused exercise examples.
- Resource-Based Approach: Aspects of the Anatomy Trains concept that enhance functionality are used as a tool to enhance vitality and somatic ingenuity; therefore self-healing.
- Guided by ATSI Protocol: The philosophy and strategies of the Anatomy Trains Structural Integration Body Concept are reflected in the organization of the ATiM course.
- As part of a diploma course: ATiM is a stand-alone course which is also the first module of the Slings Myofascial Training® diploma course.
If you have further questions or would like to register, please visit: https://www.anatomytrains.com/product/anatomy-trains-in-motion-philadelphia-usa-2022-04-28/#tab_1