with Kelly Clancy
Bodywork approaches are increasingly moving away from symptomatic treatments and ‘revolving door interventions’. In order to create more adaptability and resiliency within the client's system, it is necessary to consider the whole physical body and its interrelationship with cognitive belief patterns, thoughts and emotions.
An understanding of relational fascial anatomy and the neuromyofascial system enable the practitioner to provide a more targeted and effective treatment. Tensegrity Medicine identifies and modifies adaptive global patterns through biotensegrity-based assessments.
In this webinar, Kelly Clancy explains how the connective tissue system creates a three dimensional balance for the whole body. Learn how this new paradigm can be applied to common pathologies and global movement patterns.