• Active Fascial Release – Croatia

    Active Fascial Release (AFR) blends functional movement principles with hands-on manipulation of the soft tissue to give you completely new and exciting assessments and treatment strategies for your clients. AFR allows the practitioner to work with motor control, joint and soft-tissue issues all with the same technique  – the client is simultaneously assessed, treated and re-educated with pain-free interventions.

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  • Active Fascial Release – Kegworth

    Active Fascial Release (AFR) blends functional movement principles with hands-on manipulation of the soft tissue to give you completely new and exciting assessments and treatment strategies for your clients. AFR allows the practitioner to work with motor control, joint and soft-tissue issues all with the same technique  – the client is simultaneously assessed, treated and re-educated with pain-free interventions.

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  • Active Fascial Release – Liverpool

    Active Fascial Release (AFR) blends functional movement principles with hands-on manipulation of the soft tissue to give you completely new and exciting assessments and treatment strategies for your clients. AFR allows the practitioner to work with motor control, joint and soft-tissue issues all with the same technique  – the client is simultaneously assessed, treated and re-educated with pain-free interventions.

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  • Active Fascial Release – Sarasota

    Active Fascial Release (AFR) blends functional movement principles with hands-on manipulation of the soft tissue to give you completely new and exciting assessments and treatment strategies for your clients. AFR allows the practitioner to work with motor control, joint and soft-tissue issues all with the same technique  – the client is simultaneously assessed, treated and re-educated with pain-free interventions.

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  • Active Fascial Release – Seattle

    Active Fascial Release (AFR) blends functional movement principles with hands-on manipulation of the soft tissue to give you completely new and exciting assessments and treatment strategies for your clients. AFR allows the practitioner to work with motor control, joint and soft-tissue issues all with the same technique  – the client is simultaneously assessed, treated and re-educated with pain-free interventions.

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  • Active Fascial Release – Shanghai

    Active Fascial Release (AFR) blends functional movement principles with hands-on manipulation of the soft tissue to give you completely new and exciting assessments and treatment strategies for your clients. AFR allows the practitioner to work with motor control, joint and soft-tissue issues all with the same technique  – the client is simultaneously assessed, treated and re-educated with pain-free interventions.

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  • Walking the Lines – Chicago

    Walking is one of the most common daily functions, but one of the least understood biomechanically. To understand anatomy the therapist must first understand function. 

    In this workshop we analyse the mechanics of efficient gait, looking at the chain of movement events from the feet to the spine and into the shoulders. Upon completing this course you will have the tools to understand true, real-life movement and how to correct faulty patterns

     

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  • Walking the Lines – Liverpool

    Walking is one of the most common daily functions, but one of the least understood biomechanically. To understand anatomy the therapist must first understand function. 

    In this workshop we analyse the mechanics of efficient gait, looking at the chain of movement events from the feet to the spine and into the shoulders. Upon completing this course you will have the tools to understand true, real-life movement and how to correct faulty patterns

     

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  • Walking the Lines – Milan

    Walking is one of the most common daily functions, but one of the least understood biomechanically. To understand anatomy the therapist must first understand function. 

    In this workshop we analyse the mechanics of efficient gait, looking at the chain of movement events from the feet to the spine and into the shoulders. Upon completing this course you will have the tools to understand true, real-life movement and how to correct faulty patterns

     

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  • Walking the Lines – Prague

    Walking is one of the most common daily functions, but one of the least understood biomechanically. To understand anatomy the therapist must first understand function. 

    In this workshop we analyse the mechanics of efficient gait, looking at the chain of movement events from the feet to the spine and into the shoulders. Upon completing this course you will have the tools to understand true, real-life movement and how to correct faulty patterns

     

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