popular workshop will focus on fascia as a most fascinating tissue seen through recent
scientific discoveries. We will also explore recent biomechanical insights about
the contribution of elastic recoil oscillatory properties of fascia in walking,
running and other cyclic movement activities; including practical applications for movement education.
highlight is, of course, the latest findings from the fascia laboratory at Ulm
University. We explore new hypotheses on the relationship between myofibroblast
density in fascia and systemic joint hyper-/ hypo-mobility, as well as
indications on the enhancing/inhibitory effects of various chemical, nutritional
and mechanical stimulations on fascial stiffness. Again with practical applications: looking at how can we have long-term effects
on tissue stiffness.
this workshop will explore fascia as our richest sensory organ. Specific
suggestions will be made about therapeutic avenues to alter brain mapping (body
image/ body schema) via proprioceptive fascial stimulation. Overall this
workshop will consist of 50% theory and 50% practice.
Teacher: Robert Schleip
plasticity - a new neurobiological explanation
Date: 26 & 27 May 2012; 9am - 5pm both days
Cost: £230 (deposit £75)
To book: +44 (0)7526
925734 or email@example.com
is: 4 weeks=100% refund, 2 weeks=75% refund, <2 weeks=No refund. We also
reserve the right to cancel the course with 2 weeks notice if the minimum
delegate count has not been reached. All delegates will receive a 100% refund in
this case. Bodywork Professional Development will not be responsible for any
travel or hotel costs in case of course cancellation.