Class 2 - ART of BODYWORK training

What other practitioners say:

"I’m truly so grateful. The results are phenomenal!"
- SW - Queensland, Australia -

"I love the scoliosis work - it’s amazing!"
- LD - California, USA -

"The moves for head extension blow me away."
- KW - California, USA -

"The lumbar disc work saved me! Thank you for sharing."
- GB - Australia -

"Your work is very profound yet simple and straightforward!"
- PM - Oxford, UK -

"This stuff is so simple - I don’t believe it works so quickly."
- ST - Lancashire, UK -

"I love the work for pronated feet - it’s a game changer and made a big difference to so many people. Wunderbar!"
- SL - Germany -
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Below you find the three tutorials that will be demonstrated and discussed in the Zoom Class 2.

This two hour live class offers you the chance to ask questions, review material as many times as you need and for me to provide you with further explanations of the work with some up-to-date additions to the work. Multi-camera angles ensures you'll see everything - just as if you were right in class with us!
(1) Rotated Ilium

Many practitioners focus on a short leg when the pelvis appears out of balance. Anteriorly rotated pelvis (producing a functional long leg) is often not considered at all! How to spot the difference? We show you how to assess and correct the anteriorly rotated pelvis. Useful for lumbar lordosis and back pain.

Indications for use:
Low back pain
Leg length difference
Pelvic balancing
Sacro-iliac joint dysfunction
Non-resolving hip, knee or foot pain
(2) Thigh Adductors

There are TWO applications for this work:
1. Muscular tension resulting in inward rotation of the thigh when laying supine
2. Venous congestion of the medial part of the thigh

Indications for Method 1:
Inward rotation of thigh when laying supine
Pelvic problems
Gait problems
Tenderness or tension of the inner thigh
Restricted or reduced thigh abduction

Indications for Method 2:
Lymph or venous congestion of thigh
Tenderness or pain on the inner aspect of the knee
Medial knee problems, sometimes misdiagnosed as medial knee ligament injury
Acute tenderness and sensitivity of medial thigh proximal to the knee
(3) Ankle Releases

Dysfunction of the ankle joint is a major factor in muscular-skeletal problems and creates undesirable knock-on effects throughout the body.
The feet are the foundation upon which the human body stands and contacts the earth. Smooth and full articulation of the ankle joint is essential for good mobility and ease when walking or engaging in sports activities for example.
Treat both ankles if they are found to be restricted in any way.

Indications for use:
Tension and restriction of ankle joint articulation
Reduced or restricted circumduction of the foot
Ankle problems
Knee pain
Foot pain
Balance problems
Uneven gait
Extremely good for athletes and sportspeople
We offer the class in 2 time zones - choose whatever works best for you.
You also have the opportunity to purchase an additional ONE MONTH access time to all three tutorials from our library, commencing immediately after the class.

Live, online classes have become THE way to learn new skills and improve our clinical outcomes.

Join us for this class by making your payment and then completing the registration form.

Alastair and Silke
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September 11th
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8:00am CEST
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