ELDOA™ Level 1 & Level 2 Combined Certification Course
Take your movement therapy to the next level!
ELDOA is a French acronym that translated stands for Stretching in the longitudinal axis to create decoaptation (separation) of the osteo-articular joints. It is a revolutionary rehabilitative technique that involves decompressing and strengthening a targeted joint segment. The technique was developed by world-renowned French osteopath Guy VOYER.
Who should attend?
Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Exercise and Movement Practitioners, Experienced Personal Trainers, Pilates instructors, Yoga teachers, Sport and Remedial Massage Therapists, Sport MDs. Any committed health and fitness professional who seek to deliver unparalleled result to their patients and clients.
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Tom Myers Anatomy Trains!
After the success of last years course we are proud to announce TWO amazing courses by Tom Myers for 2020!
101: This one day workshop explores relational anatomy and helps build your seeing and palpation skills to determine skeletal patterns and how they interact in the body. Learn the language of BodyReading, tilt, bend, shift and rotate to accurately describe the geometry of the body in a way your client can understand. Assess common postural patterns in all planes of motion. Skills learned today can be immediately used with your clients tomorrow. This is a must for any practitioner in movement and bodywork and will help take your practice to the next level.
102: Now you are able to see and describe bony relationships learn about the inter-relationships between the Anatomy Trains and the skeleton in this one day workshop. The Anatomy Trains lines of pull and force transmission are impacted by skeletal alignment and can also hold the bony alignment in place for better or worse.
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Introduction to Anatomy Trains-Bring the book to Life!
The Anatomy Trains® bodymap lays out the fascia and muscles that are connected in meridians throughout the body.
Learn to map the pattern and shape
the change – no matter what your modality in the manual therapy and movement worlds. All of the 12 ‘myofascial meridians’ join the individual muscles into functional complexes – each with a precise anatomy and ‘meaning’ in human posture and movement.
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Cameron Reid - Osteopathic techniques: Sports and Spine
This is a two-day intensive course where you will learn the most useful Osteopathic soft tissue and articulation techniques. The emphasis is placed on techniques to the spine, pelvis and some peripheral joints. This is not just learning a series of techniques but the differentials in how to apply them when treating your patients and sports injury clients. To illustrate, you will go through a common injury seen in each spinal region and a peripheral joint and show how your techniques will differ in each client.
FHT Accredited and suitable for all manual Therapists such as Massage Therapists, Sports Therapists and Physiotherapists.