Fascinated by fascia? Marvelling at myofascial release? Then take your fascial work even further with these dynamic and creative master classes led by Jing Director, Rachel Fairweather. These classes fuse the best of all approaches to fascial work and will give you the confidence and creativity to work “out of the box” wtih an exicting and dynamic intuitive “fascial fusion” approach.
Pre-requisite: Jing Fascial certificate or similar fascial bodywork experience
Fascial Anatomy and Assessment techniques
New fascial research and theory suggests that our traditional notions of anatomy are outdated. This workshop takes a fun and interactive approach to learning the new “fascial anatomy” of biotensegrity, fascial trains, chains and slings and shows how our fascial work can go right down to the level of the cell itself
We will also look at a variety of assessment techniques to help the practitioner assess where major fascial restrictions may be found. These are drawn from major branches of fascial work including general and local listening, above the body scanning (manual thermal evaluation) plus fascial body reading
Fascial Positional Release
Be the first to learn great new effective techniques for easing muscular contraction, spasm and pain in a simple, non-invasive way. Fascial positional release is a creative fusion of the techniques of positional release, orthobionomy and strain-counterstrain -these methods all involve the positioning of an area, or the whole body, in such a way as to produce a combination of neurological and circulatory changes which produce pain relief and relaxation of soft tissues.
Fascial positional release combines the theory of these methods with the sensitivity of a fascial “listening touch” and a knowledge of fascial and acupuncture meridians.
Created, taught and tried and tested clinically by Jing director, Rachel Fairweather, this workshop is not to be missed!