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Structural Dynamics explores the fascial body on a structural and functional level. Learning the most comprehensive myofascial release and structural integration techniques combined with concepts of functional biomechanics allows the practitioner to better understand and release chronic pain and structural patterns as well as restoring function and posture.

This course uses the Structural Dynamics approach to explore the dynamics of the thoracic spine, abdominals, and chest. A lack of thoracic mobility, particularly extension, may be the chronic structural/functional issue of our time. It is often a symptom of poor posture and poor training/workouts and causes restricted function throughout the body. In this module, we’ll rework our understanding of “core” stability and posture to help you and your clients experience more dynamic, liberated, upright posture that allows for full range of motion, full breath, and dynamic stability.

We utilize embodied anatomical study, functional movement, and hands on functional / myofascial release to help the therapist fully understand and work with the functional and structural dynamics of the body. Students learn how to re-educate and release the muscles and fascia that govern thoracic mobility and stability. These functional fascial releases are far more effective than traditional isolated stretching and corrective exercises, allowing the therapist to efficiently and effectively restore function and eliminate pain and tension.

Discover why and how to correct thoracic immobility that is often the root cause of shoulder, hip, elbow, lower back, and neck pain syndromes as well as limited sports performance and injuries.