Live Streaming of this international event happened on May 20th & 22nd 2020
YOU CAN REGISTER HERE AND RECEIVE ACCESS TO THE RECORDINGS OF ALL LECTURES.
High quality scientific lectures from the international fascia research field oriented to clinicians working in the fields of manual or movement therapy, such as osteopaths, physiotherapists, massage therapists, chiropractors, structural integrators, yoga/Pilates trainers, fitness coaches, sports scientists, surgeons, ergotherapists, martial artists, etc.
Mark Driscoll: Fascial aspects on spinal stability
Caterina Fede: The cells of fascia and their receptors: how the fascia tissue responds to various stimuli
Robert Schleip: Elastic storage properties of the fascial system
Fabiana Silva: Hands-on: different types of manual approches and their effects on the fascial system
Antonio Stecco: Fascial densification
Carla Stecco: Fascial aspects of the human pelvic floor
Frank Willard: Embryological development of visceral and pharyngeal fascie
Nathaly Gaudreault: The challange of palpation
Detailed program (event flyer): Fascia_Online_Summit_Flyer_EN.pdf
Presenter descriptions: Presenter_CVs.pdf
Registration fee: originally EUR 38.00; now reduced to only EUR 25.00
For questions about booking we recommend contacting us not via phone but by email to email@example.com
Registrants receive a personal link for viewing of all 8 presentations. This access will be valid until June 30th, 2020.
A collaborative initiative of www.fasciaresearchcharity.org, www.fasciaresearchsociety.org, www.fisicamenteformazione.it, www.abfascias.com.br and www.fascialmanipulation.com. All proceeds from this event are being directed towards a joint research project of these organizations into the sympathetic innervation of fascia.
|Online Course||Fascia Research Online Summit - ENGLISH|
|Date||20.05.2020 – 22.05.2020|
|Contact||Somatics Academy - Müller u Schleip GbR
|Registration deadline||31.05.2020 23:55|
|Status||Started, entry still possible|
|1||20.05.2020||19:00 – 23:15||Robert Schleip||Fascia Research Online - ENGLISH 202002|