(Connective Tissue, Neuromuscular and Myofascial Therapies)
Exploration of anatomy and physiology of bone tissue, muscle tissue, and the accompanying connective tissues and nervous signals. Structure and function of these tissues related to typical clinical conditions. Overview of multi-modality bodywork from the perspective of integrating Connective Tissue, Neuromuscular (Trigger Point), and Myofascial Therapies.
This course will accommodate all learning styles.
Lecture with visual presentation through drawings and power point.
Experiential practical exchange between students.
10:00 Introduction, Overview, Lecture
Bone and Cartilage
Tendons, Ligaments, Muscle Tissue
Relationship of chronic and typical conditions in clients
Clinical applications of modality work
12:00 Demonstration / Case Study
Volunteer from class group
1:00 lunch break - students brought lunch with them - some snacks provided