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Salt Lake City, UT -Neural Mobilization: The Core Relating the Peripheral and Neuromeningeal Fascias
Tuesday, June 25, 2019 to Friday, June 28, 2019
Category: National CE Courses


Tuesday, June 25, 2019 - Friday, June 28, 2019


Salt Lake City, UT 


Early Bird (before April 25, 2019): $750

Regular (after April 25, 2019) $850

Deposit: $175.00

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Stacy Jenkins 
(801) 696-1169
[email protected]


Neural Mobilization: The Core Relating the Peripheral and Neuromeningeal Fascias 

Instructor: Jonathan Martine

Credits: 30

Course Description:

This standalone class offers a focus on neuro-visceral fascias. As nerves transition from one fascial layer or cavity to the next, there are potential sites of restriction that may lead to tension to the neural roots and dural tube. We will examine the neural and visceral work in a layered approach working from superficial, cutaneous nerves to the nerves of the muscles in the shoulder and pelvis, then to the hard frame and finally to the contents or visceral components. Tension in the nerve transitions can lead to inhibited muscle contraction, restricted spinal movement, altered coordination in the brain and asymmetric postural displays. We will weave in the relevance for SI work and “the series”. Through lecture, palpation and hands-on exchange, we will explore:Assessments for joints, fascia, viscera of abdomen and thorax, dural and peripheral restrictions and possible postural displays that result from these compensations.Refine integrative strategies for thoracic outlet, neck and cranial base, thorax, ribs, diaphragm, spinal, trans-pelvic and SI issues.Pre and Post-intervention assessments for postural displays, orthopedic, movement and subjective findings.We will address fascias of the bladder, pelvic floor, root of mesentery, colon flexures, kidneys, diaphragm (related to liver/stomach), pericardium, lung suspensory ligaments, sternum/mediastinum/esophagus and details of the wraps of nerves from spinal segments to anterior body. Neural structures related to the plexis: sacral, lumbar and brachial will be reviewed as will those related to the spine and rib articulations. It is a fun mix of neural/visceral fascial work with some neck details to top it off.

Instructor Bio:

Jonathan Martine, is a Certified Advanced Rolfer™ since 1997, Rolfing Institute Faculty member since 1993 and Rolf Movement and Advanced Faculty since 2017. Jonathan draws from the work of Dr.Rolf and many of her lineage holders, Steven Sanet, DO, Jean-Pierre Barral and Alain Crobier, DO, Ron Murray, DOM; PT’s Michael Shacklock, David Bulter and Diane Jacobs; Chiropractor/Rolfer Don Hazen in a synthesis of neural fascial, myofascial and visceral fascial related work.