Anatomy Trains

The anatomy train map serves as a tool to understand the myofascial connections between different areas of the body, as a tool to diagnose posture and movement patterns, as an effective tool for finding the source of chronic symptoms existing in the body, as a tool to guide movement and manual technique in a holistic vision (such as Slings Myofascial Training (R))

 

The anatomy trains were developed by Tom Myers (USA) in the 90’s and represent a myofasial map of the body.

 

There are twelve train lines in the body, depending on the different planes and depths of the muscles. This continuity of each line shows how the mechanical force produced in the muscle (the train represents the force) moves on and spreads throughout the body, thus contributing to the dynamic stability and motor efficiency of the whole body.

 

The map of anatomy trains bridges the gap between the view of classical anatomy that is based on clear separation of muscles, and the holistic view that everything in the body is connected to everything.

 

The anatomy train map serves as a tool to understand the myofascial connections between different areas of the body, as a tool to diagnose posture and movement patterns, as an effective tool for finding the source of chronic symptoms existing in the body, as a tool to guide movement and manual technique in a holistic vision (such as Slings Myofascial Training (R))

Courses

Introduction to balancing the diaphragms & The Pelvic Diaphragm: Theory and Applications - Live 3.11 & 10.11

Anatomy, fascial continuity and practical application of the pelvic floor as part of the diaphragm system

$90.00 $70.00
Julie Hammond
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