Oct
20
9:00 AM09:00

Gait Analysis and the Functional Anatomy of the Legs and Feet

This class is designed for massage and movement therapists. It will include learning the functional anatomy of the legs and feet and the principles of gait analysis. The class will include observation and evaluation of each student’s walking pattern, movement awareness exercises, and simple hands-on work to optimize the coordination of the legs, pelvis, and torso.

CEUs 7 hours
INSTRUCTOR: Mark Donahue, Certified Advanced Rolfer
ASSITANT INSTRUCTOR: Scott Huette, Certified Rolfer

Registration $170
Early Registration $150 by October 7th

Questions? Call, Email or Text: Scott@HeartBalanceRolfing.com, 541-521-5898


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Nov
17
9:00 AM09:00

Functional and Structural Anatomy of the Spine and Ribs

This class will focus on understanding in detail the functional anatomy of the spine and ribs. Students will learn specific techniques to resolve common issues in the ribcage and the thoracic and lumbar spine. We will also explore how these structures relate to the pelvis and shoulder girdle.

CEUs 7 hours
INSTRUCTOR: Mark Donahue, Certified Advanced Rolfer
ASSITANT INSTRUCTOR: Scott Huette, Certified Rolfer

Registration $170
Early Registration $150 by November 4th

Questions? Call, Email or Text: Scott@HeartBalanceRolfing.com, 541-521-5898

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Jun
9
9:00 AM09:00

Functional and Structural Anatomy of the Hips and Pelvis

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This class, for movement and massage therapists, will focus on understanding the functional anatomy of the muscles and joints of the hips and pelvis. We will learn specific techniques to resolve issues in the low back and hips. We will also explore the role of the pelvis and low back in gait and support of the upper body.

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Apr
28
9:00 AM09:00

Functional and Structural Anatomy of the Foot and Leg

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This class, for movement and massage therapists, will focus on understanding the detailed functional anatomy of the muscles and joints of the legs and feet. Students will learn specific techniques to resolve common issues in the knees, legs and feet. We will also explore the dynamics of the legs and feet in locomotion and support for the whole body.

Topics will include:

  • The ankle joint as a point of balance for the whole body.

  • The subtalar joint and its importance in a fully functioning foot.

  • The relationship of the tibia and fibula as mediated by the interosseous membrane.

  • The role of the muscles of the lower leg in healthy arches.

  • The role of the retinaculum as sensory organs.

  • The knee’s role in mediating the relationship of the hip and ankle in standing and walking.

  • The screw home mechanism of the knee and its role in gait.

  • The muscles of the thigh and their role in positioning the pelvis on the legs.

Lane Community College Downtown Campus, Room 230
Instructors: Mark Donahue, Advanced Certified Rolfer & Scott Huette, Certified Rolfer
CEUs 7 hours
Registration $170
Early Registration $150 by April 22
Questions: scott@heartbalancerolfing.com, 541-521-5898

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Functional Anatomy of Posture and Gait
Jan
26
9:00 PM21:00

Functional Anatomy of Posture and Gait

This class, for massage and movement therapists, is an introduction to the functional anatomy of the whole body neurological, perceptual and musculoskeletal patterns that underlie posture and gait. Through experiential exercises, anatomical palpation, and body analysis each student will be able to explore their specific patterns of posture and gait.

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