Freedom Through Fascial Movement

  • Type:
  • Seminar/Workshop
  • Time:
  • 14 hours
Interpret the root of client's difficulties through their posture and structure Develop strategic methods for dealing with problems related to balance and well being How do we free the posture to invite a more aligned structure and therefore, person? What do we need to understand to create free movement and health in the fascial, nervous, visceral and skeletal systems? Encourage stability in both the autonomic and sympathetic nervous systems How do we influence the many parts of the nervous system within the beds of fascia? Support correct movement within the client's body What is the plan for release of the tension and stress? How do we put the body in its appropriate anatomical placement and invite correct movement Facilitate release of the client's fascial restrictions Instructor Owen James is a D. Acu., a Certified Advanced Rolfer, and a Certified Advanced Rolf Movement teacher. In addition to having been trained by Ida Rolf in the 1970's, over the past three decades he has completed numerous massage therapy modality training courses, such as Advanced Certification from The Upledger Institute in Cranio Sacral and Somato Emotional Release, and Advanced Training in Visceral Manipulation with Jean-Pierre Barral. Having a strong background in Gestalt psychology and group therapy, Owen finds inspiration in encouraging people to face their personal and global frustrations, and coming to find integrity through love and balance. Working with the deep understanding that finding peace in ourselves, our family, and our lives is central in all healing, Owen's practice focuses on the integration of all aspects which make us human.
Atlantic School of Massage Therapy
Owen James
440 King St. Fredericton, NB
Fredericton, NB
E3B 7H9
  • Units:
  • 7.0
  • Approved by:
  • New Brunswick
  • Prerequisites:
  • Not Available
  • Category:
  • Primary
  • Course Target:
  • all
  • Course Class:
  • primary
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