Structural Integration: Postural Analysis & Intro to Body Reading

Date: May 26, 2016 - Aug 18, 2016
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Zach Dacuk

Thursdays, 6-8pm
May 26th
June 16th & 30th
July 14th
August 4th & 18th
12 CEs

$250 Early Bird Price: Register by May 1st
$270 (After May 1st)
$50/Individual Class
(No CEs for Individual Classes)

This Structural Integration Series will create the opportunity for students to see the body from a relationship­-based perspective. Students will explore the anatomy holistically, assess how it is organized, and make choices about how to re­organize clients’ fascia. The overall goal is to help clients create better alignment and reduce pain and discomfort.

In Postural Assessment we will explore Tom Myers’ assessment tool: Body Reading. Using simple terminology–bend, shift, tilt and rotate–we will uncover the hidden relationships of the body. By seeing postural patterns, we set the stage for bringing the body into alignment. This will give therapists tools for developing a strategy for relieving pain and discomfort.

What to Bring: There will be no need for linens. Students should wear as little clothing as they feel comfortable wearing. Ideal would be yoga shorts and a swim top or sports bra for women. This will give us the ability to read each other’s structure by seeing as much of the bone structure as possible. If you need to wear more clothing to feel comfortable, then that is fine as well.

ZachHeadshotZachery Dacuk has maintained a successful bodywork practice informed by advanced trainings in multiple disciplines. With a particular focus on anatomy and physiology and alignment, Zachery’s practice blends elements of therapeutic massage, yoga, Shiatsu, Chua K’a (Mongolian deep tissue) and Structural Integration (KMI). Zach is a registered yoga teacher inspired by Anusara since 2003. In addition to his private practice, Zach has facilitated and taught continuing education courses for manual and movement therapists since 2004. Over the years, Zach has studied closely with renowned teachers: Tom Myers, Gil Hedley and Elena Brower. It is his intention to demystify the language of Anatomy & Physiology and offer to movement therapists in a useful and palatable manner.

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