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MTI East Anglia Regional Gathering and The Sacroiliac Joint - The Seat of Myofascial Force, with Owen Lewis

MTI East Anglia Regional Gathering and The Sacroiliac Joint - The Seat of Myofascial Force, with Owen Lewis

Wretham Village Hall, Church Road, Wretham IP24 1RL.
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21 March 2020, 09.45 – 16.30

Wretham Village Hall, Wretham

MTI MEMBERS - PLEASE LOG IN to pay the member's rate of £15.

Join us right in the centre of the East Anglia region for this regional gathering.

The days starts wih a welcome and morning workshop with Owen Lewis, Structural Integrationist and Anatomy Trains tutor.

This workshop is being adapted from one which Owen will present to the British Fascial Symposium.

The principal aim is to give massage practitioners a relevant understanding and logical process of assessing the sacroiliac joint, including assessment and discussion of the pelvis and hip.

We will look at whether a client is standing in a sub-optimal or unlocked Sacroiliac Joint.

Considering the SIJ in context allows a realisation that it is here that the myofascial forces bloom across the whole body. The implications allow us to answer questions about hamstring strength, back pain and force transfer.

Join us for this fascinating and practical workshop.

Owen is a global educator, bodyworker and integrated systems anatomist. He brings a wealth of clinical experience and teaches with a wealth of experience and passion. ( http://anatomyworks.co.uk/about-your-practitioner.html )

After a bring and share, vegetarian lunch, we have the opportunity to practise and consolidate what we've learnt, with colleagues, and continue our growth and learning through swaps with each other.

PLEASE LET US KNOW If you can bring a massage table and/or offer a lift to other members.

MTI MEMBERS - PLEASE LOG IN to pay the member's rate of £15.

Please note, we may not be able to offer refunds on this event.

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