Today's practice can't rely on yesterdays anatomy understanding. That's why this course is build on modern fascia-based anatomy.
This course is organized into over one hundred videos over nine sections filled with knowledge and practices in both video and written format.
Always know where you are at. Get direct feedback from the assessments at the end of each chapter. Motivation comes from knowing you got it right.
In recent years, our understanding of the dynamic, moving body has undergone a revolution, changing the way we understand movement. For the most part, however, movement education has not kept up with this shift, leaving a significant gap in the industry. This Movement Anatomy Course fills that gap.
Today’s understanding of movement is based on fascia– the soft tissue structure that connects the entire body from head to toe. This fascia-based model has superseded the ‘old’ model, which was based on muscles, bones and levers.
The fascia-based model makes it much easier to recognize and appreciate the engagements necessary for movement and to understand the effects of movement in one part of the body on other parts of the body. This integrated fascia-based perspective of movement is critical for performance, efficiency, sustainability and injury prevention.
However, while most people have heard of fascia, few of the available sources grasp its application to movement and, instead, impart an overly simplified, and sometimes incorrect, understanding of fascia and movement.
This Movement Anatomy Course is based on over 20 years of studying, investigating, teaching and working with movement practitioners and its contents have been used and tested on over one hundred yoga and Pilates teacher trainings all over the world. Chris also specializes in fascia and movement injuries and has clinically treated thousands of clients with injuries and chronic postural problems by applying his fascia-based understanding of movement.
This course includes over 100 separate online videos comprising of more than 20 hours of education in total. It also includes quizzes for each topic area to evaluate your practical understanding of the materials.
Your purchase includes lifetime access so you can study at your own pace, and easily refer back to topics when you need a refresher.
This course can also be incorporated into Yoga Teacher Trainings and other movement courses as it fulfills the requirements for Yoga Alliance certification.
The topics addressed in this course include:
Click the button to get the training program now and start being part of the modern movement practitioner's group who understand the body as integrated and connected. This is the tool to build more confidence in your practice and teaching. The opportunity is right here, right now... You just need to take it.
"Wonderful Anatomy course that provides a wide range of detail that is not only applicable to yoga but to strength training, everyday awareness of the body and how to improve your practice and your physical health. You will learn about the skeletal and anatomical systems like never before and you will be surprised how quickly the fluent information can help you to adjust your own practice and be able to help others. "
"I would have paid $5000 to know how to simply properly walk on my feet and understand my body both inside and out. Anatomy was never explained to me with so much understanding and simplicity, but also through such a fun and enjoyable process."
"I love the ‘alternative’ understanding of anatomy - based on movement and function. This is anatomy for movers and makes so much sense and is so immediately applicable."
"I was very excited to learn how the Anatomy Show makes fundamental yoga practice efficient and significant important knowledge such as fascia, pelvis, spine etc. Thank you."
"I learned a lot. This Anatomy Show is extremely useful for anyone."
"Chris adds infinite dimensions to anatomy. This show is not about two dimensional pictures and latin muscle names. It lets you dive deep into your body from toe to head, question the status quo and make you discover why we do asanas in the first place… and what we can do differently!"