Early bird registration until: 24th of September 2021
Location: British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM)
Address: 6 Netherhall Gardens, London NW3 5RR
Starting times: Sunday the 24th of October 12-7:30pm, Saturday the 30th & Sunday the 31st from 9am-6pm
Instructor: Guy VOYER DO
Assistant instructor: Peter Bodi
The fascial normalisation of the Lower Limb course focuses on the intrinsic quality of the fasciae and will address many of the fascial chains of the Lower Limb analytically breaking down to their links. Fascial chains can include direct links where there is a traceable continuity of the same tissue throughout the kinetic chain as well as indirect links where contiguity, being immediately adjacent, of fascial tissue has a significant influence on the function of the chain.
- Classic Descriptive Fascial Anatomy in relation to the lower limb
- Relational Fascial Anatomy
- Descriptions of VOYER’s Fascial Chains of the lower limb
- The physiology of the Primary Respiratory Mechanism
- Tensegrity Biomechanics
- Clinical Application
- Comprehensive instruction and supervised hands-on learning of the many fascial normalisation techniques of the lower limb
- Manual therapy qualification and experience. Please contact us for details if unsure.
- This is a manual therapy course. Participants are responsible for their own professional liability insurance.
- Anatomy manual
- Treatment technique manual
- Hands-on instructions and practice
- Water and snacks
Who would benefit from this course?
- Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Sports therapists, Massage therapists, SomaTrainers