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Walpole, ME - ZOGA
Wednesday, July 11, 2018, 9:00 AM to Friday, July 13, 2018, 5:00 PM EDT
Category: National CE Courses


July 11 - 13, 2018


Anatomy Trains Classroom
180 Clark's Cove RD
Walpole, ME 04573



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Liza and Becky
Anatomy Trains
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Instructors: Wojtek Cackowski

Organizational Host: Anatomy Trains

Credits:  21 IASI Category 1 

Course Description:

ZOGA: Zoga is a stretching and strengthening practice based on yoga asanas using Anatomy Trains Structural Integration principles. Zoga is specifically designed to increase the freedom of glide between myofascial layers of the body.
The human body is designed to move from our center of gravity into all available directions. Zoga includes all these possibilities in assessment and therapy.
Zoga practice allows you to:

  • Bodyread where lack of glide and "give" are occurring in the body
  • Use movement and manual guidance to elicit efficient and balanced movement
  • Achieve a balanced and "minimum energy" resting posture

In this 3-day Zoga introductory workshop you will learn:

  • How myofascial layers move on each other in the stretch
  • How Anatomy Trains Lines adapt to stretching
  • How specific positioning within asana creates fascial stretch and gliding challenges
  • Visual assessment of posture and movement that lead to new intervention strategies
  • How to help students/clients find and open those obscure and stubborn "corners" in the moving body
  • Training in manual interventions

 Instructor Bio: 

Wojtek Cackowski has been fascinated with movement, sports, and bodywork all his life. He finished his degree in sports education and physiotherapy and he is also a board-certified ATSI (formerly KMI) structural integration practitioner. Wojtek has been practicing manual and yoga therapy for five years, combining it with myofascial therapy in the water. Happy father of two children, he lives and practices in Poland in a medical Spa whose idea is built around Anatomy Trains concepts and Anatomy Trains structural integration combined with structural, functional diagnostics, physiotherapy, and manual and movement interventions. His passion is bodywork and holistic approaches to the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. He brings this passion combined with his excellent knowledge of anatomy and manual therapy technique to the workshops he teaches.