Advanced Myofascial Techniques
These course are designed for all manual therapy practitioners and advanced students in massage, sports therapy, bodywork, osteopathy, cranial-sacral therapy, Structural Integration / Rolfing, Feldenkrais Functional Integration or similar.
Advanced Myofascial Techniques are based on Til Luchau’s diverse background and years of experience. He combines his interdisciplinary approach and big picture ideas into practical, real-world and easy to learn applications.
Completion of any workshop in this series in any order leads to an optional CERTIFICATION in Advanced Myofascial Techniques (CAMT). Credit for past classes, discounts and at-a-distance options are available. Interested? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Come along, open up to new ideas, expand your tool set and be inspired.
Til is a popular presenter and author of the bestselling Advanced Myofascial Techniques books. As a Certified Advanced Rolfer®, he is a former faculty member and Coordinator of the Rolf Institute's Foundations of Rolfing Structural Integration program. His regular Myofascial Techniques column has appeared in Massage & Bodywork magazine since 2009, and his articles have been published in magazines and peer reviewed technical journals in Australia, Canada, Poland, the UK, and the USA. Formerly a resident practitioner at the Esalen Institute, Chair of the Rolf Institute’s Teacher Training Committee, and Adjunct Faculty member of Naropa University’s Somatic Psychology Department, he has trained thousands of practitioners in his courses at schools and centers in over a dozen countries on six continents.
May 16th - 17th 2020: British Fascia Symposium
Til will join Julian Baker and Sue Hitzmann for a Pain Panel to discuss issues of pain in particular relation to fascia. Join them for a fascinating session with the opportunity for Qs and As.
Til will also offer a practical Advanced Myofascial Techniques workshop - details at https://www.fasciasymposium.co.uk/
May 22nd 2020: Tools for Inflammation (Inflammation part II)
Inflammation is involved in nearly all musculoskeletal issues (including joint pain,
muscle soreness, many neuropathies, chronic pain, and more). But working with inflammation
can be a real puzzle: sometimes hands-on work can clearly help; other times, massage or
can worsen inflammatory reactions. What makes the difference? And, how does inflammation
cause pain? Can our emerging understanding of pain and the brain inform our work with
inflammation as well?
Join popular presenter Til Luchau as he helps clarify inflammation’s complexity
and offers practical suggestions for your work. Based on input from active researcher,
recent studies, and expert clinicians, topics will include:
- Understanding inflammation’s progression and resolution
- Types of inflammation
- Pain, the brain, and inflammation
- A toolbox overview of specific techniques, goals, and strategies for working with different types of inflammation.
May 23rd - 24th 2020: Leg, Knee & Foot (Part I + II)
Learn highly effective Advanced Myofascial Techniques that dramatically improve your ability to work with conditions such as: hamstring injuries, knee and ankle issues, hammertoes, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis ...and more.
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Spring 2021 - exact dates tbc: Knee Issues (part I)
Learn Advanced Myofascial Techniques that dramatically improve your ability to work with: knee injuries, ligament and joint conditions, surgery recovery, stability and movement limitations, patellar and knee pain, and more.
Spring 2021 - exact dates tbc: Myofascial Mastery (I + II)
Deepen your skill with the tools, principles and techniques essential to superlative myofascial work.
Get individualized feedback and mentoring; expand your understanding of the:
• sustainable body mechanics
• hands-on work with nervous system
• fascial physiology
• hands-on work with nervous, systemstate dynamics, client skills, and more.
Intended for both experienced Advanced Myofascial Techniques practitioners, and those new to the series.
WhereThe London School of Osteopathy, The Grange, 12 Grange Road, London, SE1 3BE View on Google Maps
TimesFriday & Saturday 9:00 AM – 5:30 pm
Sunday 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
For the 3-day course: £440; Early Bird: £410
For the 2-day course: £310; Early Bird: £290
For the 1-day course: £160; Early Bird: £150
Certification (CAMT) discounts available
Please complete the form below to begin the registration process
I have to tell you, the scoliosis workshop was extremely valuable to me. I have had a 10% rotational scoliosis since I was in my teens, and have tried all kinds of things to work with it. I found that Pilates, Yoga, Shiatsu and Rolfing have been most valuable...but your workshop gave me a much greater understanding of what exactly is happening in my torso.
L.L., Passaic NJ
Til’s workshops offer more than just a series of techniques, his unique style means that you can become immersed in a topic and be totally supported whilst you learn how to apply his methods which often lead to a completely different way of working. Its both revelationary and revolutionary.
Nicki O'Clarey, Manual Therapist & Pilates Teacher
Advanced Trainings courses offer something for every level of manual therapist. The environment is welcoming and experienced. The material is well thought through and easy to follow. The techniques are highly effective and easy for the practitioner.
Angela Donovan BCSI, Structural Balance
A collaboration between Til Luchau and Ramona Peoples to bring Advanced Myofascial Techniques courses to the UK
Ramona was a special guest instructor for Advanced-Trainings.com on the 2018 'Somatic Pilgrimage' on the Camino de Santiago in Spain, on the 2017 'Mindfulness Manual Therapy' retreat and she assists on the London and other European courses. Ramona is certified in Advanced Myofascial Techniques (CAMT level I) and is currently working towards CAMT level II.
Ramona practices Structural Integration (KMI), Active Fascial Release and ScarWork Therapy. In her private practice in South-East London, she also teaches Yoga (RYT 200) and Pilates (Polestar & Body Control Pilates Certified). She holds a Masters in Dance Science (Laban), as well as diplomas in Applied Functional Science (Gray Institute) and Somatic Movement Education (Franklin Institute).
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