Date: Jul 8, 2015 - Oct 28, 2015
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Online bookings are not available for this class, please see registration info below.
Structural Integration Series: Relationship-based Anatomy, Region-based Anatomy, Postural Assessment, & Structural Bodywork
50 CEs, NCBTMB and NYS certified
July 8th – October 28th
Full Series: $895
3-Part Introduction Only: $200
Special Offer: Register for the Introduction, and if You Continue, Get 15% Off the Rest of the Series!
This Bodywork 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.
There will be a major focus on exploring gross anatomy and how the body’s layers relate to one another, including the skin, the fascia, muscles, tendons and bones.
In the Postural Assessment portion of the course, 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.
In the Structural Integration (bodywork) portion of the course, students will learn how to contact the fascia and feel what is happening to this fabric beneath the skin. They will explore a series of techniques that will help them to work to create effective change. There will be a strong focus on body mechanics, enabling students to work smarter instead of harder.
The course may be taken in two formats: Introduction only (3 classes, 9 hours) or the full series (50 hours). Click on PayPal button to register for the Introduction. If you decide to register for the full series, payment arrangements will be made individually.
Introduction to Relationship-based Anatomy, Body Reading, & Assessment
July 8: Relationship-based Anatomy – 3 hours (10am-1pm)
July 15: Body Reading – 3 hours (10am-1pm)
July 22: Assessment & Clinical – 3 hours (10am-1pm)
Relationship-based Anatomy, Region-based Anatomy, Postural Assessment, and Structural Bodywork
July 29: Anatomy & Body Reading – 4 hours (10am-2pm)
August 5: Hands-on & Clinical – 4 hours (10am-2pm)
August 19: Anatomy & Body Reading – 4 hours (10am-2pm)
August 26: Hands-on & Clinical – 4 hours (10am-2pm)
September 2: Anatomy & Body Reading – 4 hours (10am-2pm)
September 9: Hands-on & Clinical – 4 hours (10am-2pm)
September 16: Anatomy & Body Reading – 4 hours (10am-2pm)
September 30: Hands-on & Clinical – 4 hours (10am-2pm)
Oct. 7: Neck Protocol & Seated Back Work – 3 hours (10am-1pm)
Oct. 14: Review & Tailored Regions – 3 hours (10am-1pm)
Oct. 28: Putting it Together: Assessment & Clinical – 3 hours (10am-1pm)
Zachery 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.Registration / Cancellation Policies