Robust research has been done the last decade on the role of fascia, trigger points and structural dysfunction and their relationship to the body as a whole. Yet much of this information isn't widely dissemenated, and that which is is often presented in an isolated manner. Many integrativepractitioners and herbalists still have a very orthopedic view of the structural system. In this webinar we will explore the world of fascia changes, trigger points, holding patterns, primal movements and herbs that support the structural system. We will present a never before seen model to understand structural issues, developed by Forrest Chalmers an Herbalist, Acupuncturist and body worker who has spent years integrating traditional osteopathy with modern research on fascia and neurosomatic therapy.
All of the classes are recorded from a webinar series. The recordings, handouts and resources, are available in the online classroom. Students will have access for a minimum of three years to all materials.
We had significant technical issues with this class, and no longer offer it for sale to the public. You still have access to the intro class though. Instead of re-recording the intro class, we decided to expand it to four sessions, and include Jim Mcdonald as a co-teacher. If you enrolled in this intro class, you can get a 50% discount for the complete series by entering the coupon code fascia50 at checkout.
Thomas Easley is a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild, co-author of Modern Herbal Medicine and the Modern Herbal Dispensatory and Director of the Eclectic School of Herbal Medicine.