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Walpole, ME | Deeper Ground: Restoration and Vitality for the Female Pelvis
Anatomy Trains
180 Clarks Cove Road
Walpole, Maine 04573
Saturday, August 07, 2021, 9:00 AM to Sunday, August 08, 2021, 5:00 PM EDT
Category: National CE Courses

Deeper Ground: Restoration and Vitality for the Female Pelvis

Tom Myers

Organizational Host: 
Anatomy Trains

14 Category 1 CEs

Registration Prices:
$450 / $550 after July 7th

Contact Information: 
Anatomy Trains
[email protected]
888-546-3747 / 207-563-7121

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Course Description:

Explore the rich depths of the pelvis with bodywork, movement, and self-experience, with Anatomy Trains author Tom Myers. The pelvis is the cradle of life – learn to navigate this foundational area with confidence.

Proper pelvic balance is vital to the health of the spine, organs, and sexual expression – a big part of ‘emotional intelligence’. Sexual trauma, the wounds of childbirth, and the challenges of pelvic surgery are our primary focus. (Note: most of the techniques in this workshop also apply to men. There is no teaching or practicing internal work in this course.)

Learn to ‘midwife’ more balance and openness in the muscles close to the hip joint, the pelvic floor, and low back through movements, stretch, and manual therapy techniques.

This workshop covers:

  • Pelvic types in treatment
  • The balance of pelvic ligaments
  • The muscular vs the fascial pelvic floor in ‘core support’
  • Organ attachments and pelvic pain
  • Recovery from birth events
  • Overview of the psoas complex, deep lateral rotators, and adductor group
  • Applications to yoga, bodywork, strengthening, and breath

Instructor Biography:

Thomas Myers is the author of the acclaimed Anatomy Trains (Elsevier 2001, 2009, 2014, 2020), and director of Anatomy Trains which offers courses in manual therapy and the anatomy of movement worldwide. He studied with Ida Rolf, Moshe Feldenkrais, and Buckminster Fuller and has practiced integrative bodywork for more than 40 years. Tom has contributed over 65 articles for trade magazines and journals. He lives, writes, and sails on the coast of Maine.