Join us for the 2nd KMI Structural Integration Training in Australia in March 2016.
Tom Myers himself will be kicking off the training with his unique perspective on fascia and the new research, the human condition as it applies to our bodies in the electronic world, and the methods we can use to restore ease and balance to the body in motion.
Supported by our experienced teaching and administrative staff, we will guide you into a new relation to your own body and to that of your clients, progressively building your skills and your understanding in making deep and lasting structural pattern change.
The KMI Professional certification is done in 5 Easy Steps:
Step 1: Anatomy Trains Prerequisite
Step 2: KMI Part I - Structural vision - 4 days
Step 3: KMI part II - split into 6 FRSB workshops - 14.5 days
Step 4: Followed by Structural Bodywork certification Module - 8 days
(You have to have completed Anatomy Trains, Structural vision, 6 FRSB workshops & SBCM to be accepted into Part III)
Step 5: KMI part III - Structural Integration
KMI Part I - Structural Vision
Structural Vision is the beginning of your KMI Structural Integration journey and will be a mixture of Manual techniques, theory and body reading.
Price includes three webinars:
- Unfolding evolution
- Embryology of fascia
- The physiology of emotional release
Thomas Myers will be returning to Australia to kick off the 2nd training after a huge success with our first ever KMI training. With his unique perspective on fascia and the new research, the human condition as it applies to our bodies in the electronic world and the methods we can use to restore ease and balance to the body in motion.
This is a great opportunity to learn from one of the best in his field in a small group environment. This is the beginning of your structural integration journey and Tom will be introducing you to:
- A coherent philosophy of manual therapy
- Body Reading vocabulary and practice
- Fascial planes and Anatomy Trains
- Embryology and evolution of tissues, shape and movement
- The physiology of emotional release
Admission to part II is at the discretion of the part I instructors.
KMI Part II - FRSB Modules
Fascial Release for Structural Balance
We have 6 FRSB modules that form the first part of the part II training. You must do all FRSB workshops to carry on through the training. These workshops will be taught in both Perth and Sydney. For full details of each workshop click on the FRSB module below.
The Fascial Release for Structural Balance (FRSB) is a set of intensive soft-tissue technique courses – based on the book of the same name.
These workshops are part of the KMI training but can also be taken as stand alone workshops if you just want to further your anatomy knowledge and gain new techniques. They are divided into functional regions. Each course thoroughly conveys 15 – 20 technique ‘templates’, designed for versatile application for the different patterns your clients bring to you.
Each class includes:
- Relevant anatomy for the area – short intensive and integrated presentations assemble the best figures from multiple sources, including brand new learning tools such as video of fascial dissections and palpation of the relevant structures to convey the information in an inspiring and understandable fashion.
- BodyReading (visual assessment) – the common postural and movement implications – how to see and ‘read’ them in the intricacy of individual patterns
- Fascial Release Techniques – each technique is fully laid out for intent and ‘feel’, with plenty of time for practice, ensuring that you can apply these methods immediately in your practice.
- Legs & Arches
- Fans of the Hip
- Abdomen, Chest & Breath
- Tensegrity spine
- Shoulders & Arms
- Head, Neck & Jaw
Structural Balance Certification Module
Integrate all of the information you have learned in the previous workshops (Anatomy Trains, structural vision and the FRSB series) to create one powerful package: our unique 3 session series.
During this in-depth 8-day workshop (4 days training, followed by a break of 2 days, then a further 4 days of practice) you will develop a full-body vision, applying the postural assessments already learned and integrating them into a complete understanding of the relationships throughout the body. Using Thomas Myers’ Anatomy Trains as the model for the interpretation of structural and functional compensations, you will be equipped with the functional analysis tools to be able to design and perform the Structural Bodywork series, which can produce powerful and lasting changes for your clients.
(This can only be taken if you have completed Anatomy Trains, Structural Vision and the 6 FRSB modules).
Using Thomas Myers’ Anatomy Trains as the model for the interpretation of structural and functional compensations, you will be equipped with the functional analysis tools to be able to design and perform the Structural Bodywork series, which can produce powerful and lasting changes for your clients.
The 3 session series you will learn will give you the ability to balance the lower body (first session), the upper body (second session) and the spine (in the third session). The series allows the client to regain a sense of completion and connection in their body, being able to use it as a communicating and co- operative whole rather than a set of individual part, bringing efficiency and integration to their system.
Once you have completed the Structural Bodywork Certification, your knowledge can be further expanded through our advanced Structural Integration Training, to also encompass the mind-body connections and expand on the skills taught in this section.
All our teachers are highly trained and experienced practitioners. They are able to use a range of teaching methods to help you to hone your touch skills, ensuring a confident and accurate engagement of the fascial tissues in each part of the body. Our teachers are up to date with current research and thinking on bodywork approaches to the body, and will give you the opportunity to blend your current skills with the new ideas demonstrated allowing you to evolve your own unique style of myofascial bodywork.
We hope you can join us on this exciting journey.
Please Note: To attend these workshops prior participation in Anatomy Trains, structural vision and the 6 FRSB workshops is required.
KMI Part III- Structural Integration
City: Perth, WA
Speaker: Lou Benson & Julie Hammond
Date: Block 1: 15th April - 1st May 2017 (20th & 26th off) / Block 2: 16th May- 1st June 2017 (21st & 27th May off)
Venue: Anatomy Trains Classroom, 14-16 Commodore Drive
Price: $7,800 AUD
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The final piece of the KMI Training takes you through the 12 series' with a class partner and outside model.
- Supervised instruction in the 12 series
- Full spectrum clinical application
- Starting and building a practice
- Quizzes, review of client session notes, an overview essay and manual work evaluation
- Graduation is at the discretion of part 3 instructors
Certification, website and directory listings are dependent on completion of all course work.
Please note, in addition to the classroom based KMI Training, all applicants must receive the KMI 12-session series (or other SI 10-series). We require written confirmation from a certified SI practitioner (e.g, KMI, Rolf, IPSB, Hellerwork, Core etc) before the end of the SBCM. Applicants also need to undertake testing, self study and submit essays during SBCM and KMI Part 3.
|KMI Part 1||$1,700|
|KMI Part 2||FRSB's||$4,350|
|KMI Part 3||$7,800|
$1,000 non refundable deposit required with KMI application.
Commit to the entire KMI Training Program and pay in full before 15th December 2015 to receive a $1,000 discount and pay only $15,350
Not Ready to Commit to the Entire KMI Training?
Why not take the KMI Part 2 Fascial Release for Structural Balance Modules (FRSB) as standalone advanced technique based workshops and gain an understanding of the KMI Training, or talk to us about a payment plan to help make your full KMI dreams a reality!
All prices are in Australian Dollars.
Class sizes are strictly limited.
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