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MFR the Axial Skeleton – London 9/10 November 2019

November 9 @ 9:30 am - November 10 @ 5:00 pm

Price: £295.00

This is a 2-day MFR workshop presented by Linda Currie at Diorama Arts Centre London.

This workshop is a combination of the previously taught 1-day TMJ workshop and 1-day Spine and Sacrum workshop.

This 2-day MFR workshop will discuss the anatomy and function of the temporomandibular area and the spine and sacrum. This workshop offers diagnostic skills, the biomechanical and biotensegrity understanding of the relationship of the jaw with the rest of the body and easy to use fascial techniques to regain correct movement, balance and function.

Pre-Requisite – structural series part 1

Objectives:

The participant will:

  • explore the anatomy of the TMJ joint
  • learn effective MFR techniques for the muscles of mastication
  • explore the symptoms related to Bruxism, jaw clenching and joint popping
  • learn how to assess fascial restrictions surrounding the TMJ area
  • explore the importance of the TMJ area with regards to posture
  • explore the relationship of the jaw, pelvis and cranial bones with regards to balance
  • learn how to assess the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine
  • explore the relationship between the sacrum and lumbar spine
  • explore how vertebral restrictions can affect the entire structure
  • learn appropriate fascial techniques for the quadratus lumborum and erector spinae
  • learn appropriate fascial techniques to unlock jammed vertebrae and promote freedom of movement
  • obtain a certificate of attendance that can be used for CPD application where applicable. Please contact your own organisation for further details.

Diploma students will require to complete the necessary assignments which will include the practical applications and theory of this workshop.

Details

Start:
November 9 @ 9:30 am
End:
November 10 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
£295.00
Workshops Category:

Organiser

Linda Currie
Phone:
0333 006 4555
Email:
info@myofascialrelease.co.uk
Website:
http://www.myofascialrelease.co.uk/

Venue

Diorama Arts Studio
201 Drummond Street
London, NW1 3FE United Kingdom
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Phone:
0207 383 0727
Website:
http://www.diorama-arts.org.uk/index.html

Where to Stay

Premier Inn Euston
1 Dukes Rd, London, WC1H 9PJ
Telephone: 0871 527 8656

Ask for a room away from the main road.

Travel Lodge Euston
1-11 Grafton Place, London, NW1 1DJ
Telephone: 0871 984 6332

Ask for a room away from the main road.

Ibis London Euston
3 Cardington Street, London, NW1 2LW

Can be booked via Booking.com. Ask for a room away from the main road.

Studios2Let
192 North Gower St, London, NW1 2LY

Can be booked via Booking.com. Reasonable priced self contained apartment but can be noisy if at the front to the building.

Mabledon Court
10-11 Mabledon Place, London, WC1H 9AZ

Can be booked via Booking.com. Basic but acceptable.

International Students House
Great Portland Street, London

Make sure the accommodation is at this venue which is part of Park Crescent Conference Centre as there are a few places under the same name around London. This is student accommodation and they have en-suite rooms and dorms. It is a very cost-effective venue but as its student accommodation, it can be noisy)
Click here for ISH Link

If you are searching for alternative accommodation for Diorama Arts Studio where our workshops are held, search for the Euston Station, Great Portland Street and Baker Street areas of London or for venues close to Warren Street, Euston Square, Great Portland Street and Regents Park undergrounds. Warren Street is the closest underground.

Tickets

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MFR the Axial Skeleton - London 9/10 November 2019£295.00

The best bodywork course to date! – Massage Therapist, London

Structural series part 2

I loved this workshop! It combined techniques with biomechanics and assessment, so much more than just MFR – Sports Massage Therapist, Glasgow

Tha Axial skeleton

So much content, very well informed teaching. I feel as if I have a lot of techniques I can now apply and make a difference – Sports Massage Therapist, London

Structural series part 3