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Aug
12
Sat
Myofascial Meridians 2 DAYS: 12 CEUs @ Florida Academy
Aug 12 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Myofascial Meridians:                                                                                 Mechanics and Techniques for Balance and Realignment
Instructor: Patricia aka ‘TRIC’ Ortiz-Pliley, LMT #MA 75073

• Vita-Flex Practitioner since 1992
• Certified in Kinesis through Anatomy Trains 2015
• CEU Provider via Florida Academy                                                                   Phone 239-826-3949                                                                                         Email: tric@tricnology.com

Course Description
Anatomy is no longer as we knew it. Over the last decade, research and discoveries have lead to an exciting paradigm shift in myofascial structure and function. This course introduces manual/movement therapists to revolutionary information along with hands-on techniques to relax, release and realign connective tissue.

Learning Objectives: Student will be able to…
1. incorporate new myofascial research and discoveries.
2. understand the components and connecting nature of the fascial network.
3. understand the myofascial principles of application
4. identify the 12 myofascial meridians within the trunk and limbs.
5. define basic myofascial and kinetic terms
6. understand the role of fascia in movement.
7. apply functional tests which exposes strengths & weaknesses in the client’s system.
8. body reading at a glance
9. clarify functional anatomy relationships throughout the body.
10. learn to apply myofascial release techniques to observed postural compensations.

Aug
13
Sun
Myofascial Meridians 2 DAYS: 12 CEUs @ Florida Academy
Aug 13 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Myofascial Meridians:                                                                                 Mechanics and Techniques for Balance and Realignment
Instructor: Patricia aka ‘TRIC’ Ortiz-Pliley, LMT #MA 75073

• Vita-Flex Practitioner since 1992
• Certified in Kinesis through Anatomy Trains 2015
• CEU Provider via Florida Academy                                                                   Phone 239-826-3949                                                                                         Email: tric@tricnology.com

Course Description
Anatomy is no longer as we knew it. Over the last decade, research and discoveries have lead to an exciting paradigm shift in myofascial structure and function. This course introduces manual/movement therapists to revolutionary information along with hands-on techniques to relax, release and realign connective tissue.

Learning Objectives: Student will be able to…
1. incorporate new myofascial research and discoveries.
2. understand the components and connecting nature of the fascial network.
3. understand the myofascial principles of application
4. identify the 12 myofascial meridians within the trunk and limbs.
5. define basic myofascial and kinetic terms
6. understand the role of fascia in movement.
7. apply functional tests which exposes strengths & weaknesses in the client’s system.
8. body reading at a glance
9. clarify functional anatomy relationships throughout the body.
10. learn to apply myofascial release techniques to observed postural compensations.

Aug
26
Sat
Myofascial Meridians 2 DAYS: 12 CEUs @ Florida Academy
Aug 26 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Myofascial Meridians:                                                                                 Mechanics and Techniques for Balance and Realignment
Instructor: Patricia aka ‘TRIC’ Ortiz-Pliley, LMT #MA 75073

• Vita-Flex Practitioner since 1992
• Certified in Kinesis through Anatomy Trains 2015
• CEU Provider via Florida Academy                                                                   Phone 239-826-3949                                                                                         Email: tric@tricnology.com

Course Description
Anatomy is no longer as we knew it. Over the last decade, research and discoveries have lead to an exciting paradigm shift in myofascial structure and function. This course introduces manual/movement therapists to revolutionary information along with hands-on techniques to relax, release and realign connective tissue.

Learning Objectives: Student will be able to…
1. incorporate new myofascial research and discoveries.
2. understand the components and connecting nature of the fascial network.
3. understand the myofascial principles of application
4. identify the 12 myofascial meridians within the trunk and limbs.
5. define basic myofascial and kinetic terms
6. understand the role of fascia in movement.
7. apply functional tests which exposes strengths & weaknesses in the client’s system.
8. body reading at a glance
9. clarify functional anatomy relationships throughout the body.
10. learn to apply myofascial release techniques to observed postural compensations.

Aug
27
Sun
Myofascial Meridians 2 DAYS: 12 CEUs @ Florida Academy
Aug 27 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Myofascial Meridians:                                                                                 Mechanics and Techniques for Balance and Realignment
Instructor: Patricia aka ‘TRIC’ Ortiz-Pliley, LMT #MA 75073

• Vita-Flex Practitioner since 1992
• Certified in Kinesis through Anatomy Trains 2015
• CEU Provider via Florida Academy                                                                   Phone 239-826-3949                                                                                         Email: tric@tricnology.com

Course Description
Anatomy is no longer as we knew it. Over the last decade, research and discoveries have lead to an exciting paradigm shift in myofascial structure and function. This course introduces manual/movement therapists to revolutionary information along with hands-on techniques to relax, release and realign connective tissue.

Learning Objectives: Student will be able to…
1. incorporate new myofascial research and discoveries.
2. understand the components and connecting nature of the fascial network.
3. understand the myofascial principles of application
4. identify the 12 myofascial meridians within the trunk and limbs.
5. define basic myofascial and kinetic terms
6. understand the role of fascia in movement.
7. apply functional tests which exposes strengths & weaknesses in the client’s system.
8. body reading at a glance
9. clarify functional anatomy relationships throughout the body.
10. learn to apply myofascial release techniques to observed postural compensations.