THE HOST OF ANATOMY TRAINS COURSES IN SINGAPORE SINCE 2016
Anatomy Trains Structural Integration
Education for Physiotherapists & Manual Therapists
This is Anatomy Train’s new core certification program: Anatomy Trains Structural Integration (ATSI – formerly known as KMI). The ATSI program is based on my development of Ida Rolf’s pioneering work, progressed for the electronic age.
This course has been taught around the world and received support from a wide variety of health and movement professionals.
This is a course suitable for healthcare and manual technique professionals such as physiotherapists, osteopaths and massage therapists. It is also relevant to movement professionals who are interested in developing manual techniques.
Anatomy Trains Structural Integration Workshops in Singapore
Anatomy Trains® in Structure & Function
19 – 21 April 2024
After 2 successful runs in 2023, the popular Anatomy Trains in Structure & Function will be back again in April 2024 for the 10th time in Singapore.
This is the first workshop to introduce the concepts of Anatomy Trains and is the pre-requisite for the subsequent Structural Essentials modules.
Structural Essentials: Abdomen, Chest and Breath
22 – 24 April 2024
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The third module of Structural Essentials series after Fans of the Hips. This module introduces how the breath impacts the structural issues in the trunk and its relationship with the pelvis, for the correct mechanics of the upper limbs and head, neck and jaw
More Anatomy Trains Structural Integration modules in 2024
Anatomy Trains in Structure & Function and Structural Essentials: Tensegrity Spine in September 2024
If you miss Anatomy Trains in Structural & Functions in April, you have another chance in September to attend the course.
Students who are looking to complete Part 1 Structural Essentials can also look forward to the third module Tensegrity Spine in September.
Registrations for the September courses are open now.
AGING WITH SPINAL ASYMMETRY
IN THE FASCIA-FOCUSED PILATES ENVIRONMENT
A BRAND NEW PILATES FOR SCOLIOSIS COURSE
What is the Aging with Spinal Asymmetry course about?
Aging with Spinal Asymmetry, or any asymmetry, requires intentional movement education for effectiveness.
This evidence-informed course addresses the differing approaches necessary to successfully focus on the often overlooked and unknown impact on the young adult, the connective tissue looseness of the pre-natal and post-partum phase, the delicate play between spine stability and mobility for each phase, and neurologic/fascial implications for balance and gait promotion, especially for the older adult.
Learn about the life phases, the implications for skeletal, fascial tissue and neurologic changes, and how to recognize and adapt to the shifting nature of asymmetry in each phase of adulthood.
Get a better understanding on how to apply the principles of form and fascial force closure for structural integrity.