Move to Integrate is a new approach to assessment with dynamic postural and functional analysis.
A fast and efficient client centred assessment of the whole body. This is the middle ground between a general glance at the whole structure and specific orthopaedic tests. A logical and detailed method of examining the whole system and its inner-relationships.
Move from a postural model towards also assessing function. Treatments can then be applied using table-based, standing, or exercise interventions – all with the intention to improve the client’s quality of movement and remove inappropriate strains.
Allowing accurate identification of the most potent place to begin treatment, without chasing pain. Create a tailored approach for each individual within the time available in clinic.
Utilising Diane Lee’s Integrated Systems Model as a base our approach to postural and functional analysis lets you start asking better questions about how to improve the client’s efficiency.
Posture and movement should be metabolically economical it should not be hard work. Our tensegrity-based approach is not locked in any protocol – just based on the reality of anatomy and can be adapted to your modality.
We will explore the influence of gravity and ground reaction forces in relation to real anatomy and give you the ability to see the real picture. With no jargon and no false promises. This will give you the freedom to then explore with your own lens.
This course is designed to:
You will be able to
Good programs come from good assessments. Although postural analysis is NOT a diagnosis, it is a beginning of good assessment, the source of better questions and the start of training your eye for the efficiency of movement.
Qualification Recognition by Professional Associations:
Widely accepted by most Professional Bodies. If you are not already registered with a Professional Body and would like to do so here are some useful links – ICGT, APNT , CtHA, FHT. For stand alone insurance Balens
Course fees include:
- 3 days classroom tuition
- A full set of course materials
- Interest Free Easy Pay Instalment Plan
- Certificate of Attendance for your portfolio – 15 cpd points
For those booking onto the following 3 courses at the same time
you will receive signed copies of the following 3 books by James Earls:
Born to Walk – : Myofascial Efficiency and the Body in Movement
Fascial Release for Structural Balance
and James’s new book (available soon)
Introducing the People Behind Born to Move
We are so fortunate and excited to be hosting the brilliant James Earls here at MSCM. You will be learning from one of the best! His knowledge in this field knows no bounds and his gentle engaging style of teaching leads to you effortessly to a greater depth of knowledge than you ever thought possible.
James is an acclaimed author, lecturer and bodyworker specialising in Myofascial Release and Structural Integration. In recent years he has concentrated on blending movement with manual therapy to create a new approach, ‘Active Fascial Release’.
Increasing the understanding and practice of manual therapy has been a passion of James’ since he first started practicing bodywork over 25 years ago. Throughout his career James has travelled widely to learn from the best educators in his field. These include Thomas Myers, Art Riggs, and Gary Gray. James worked alongside Tom Myers to co-author “Fascial Release for Structural Balance”, a definitive guide to the assessment and manipulation of fascial patterns. His vision of what manual therapy could look like in the 21st century led to the founding of Anatomy Trains UK and Ultimate Massage Solutions in the early 2000’s.
James is now concentrating on finding new approaches to understanding how to apply movement and myofascial principles to bodywork.
Having helped build the reputation of Anatomy Trains for Tom Myers through the UK, Europe and worldwide, James now teaches a range of his own courses and is a regular lecturer at conferences and workshops around the globe. Renowned for his relaxed and humorous style, James is a popular presenter whose subject is applicable for a wide-ranging audience that includes osteopaths, physiotherapists, massage therapists and movement therapists.
James has collaborated with some of the top researchers in bodywork and fascial theory and is has been involved in a number of projects involving research into fascia, movement and treatment modalities. James’ blend of movement and fascial understanding led to the publication of his well-received “Born to Walk”, an introduction to the interconnected mechanics of the body.
Owen is a highly experienced and merited clinician and educator and approaches both with enthusiasm and dedication. In his clinic, in the East of England, he takes a polymath approach to all aspects of bodywork putting into practice the latest ideas and theories. He works with a wide variety of patients that regularly include professional athletes, dancers and musicians.
A highly educated and dedicated clinician, he has learnt from some of the leading pioneers including Thomas Myers, Robert Schleip, David Tiberio and Diane Lee.
When not in his clinic you can find him teaching around the world. His teaching offers a unique blend of art and science. Demonstrating his passion for anatomy, biomechanics, sport, art and philosophy.