For many women and men the pelvic floor is an unknown inner landscape. Moreover modern medicine has completely forgotten the significance of the collagenous tissues for a functional pelvic floor. We complement the pelvic floor training with the fascial component based upon actual findings of fascia research.
Yogis call it 'Mula Bandha', Pilates Trainer say 'Powerhouse'. In Fascial Training we refer to this myofascial network as the 'inner trampoline'. Some years ago modern movement science has documented the importance of a healthy tonus regulation of the pelvic floor. Yet conventional training has been mainly focusing on strengthening the muscular layers. Actual Fascia Research highlights the significant role of the collagenous network in the inner pelvis to foster healthy pelvic floor function. Pelvic floor weakness loss of resilinecy and elastic strength are the loss of tonicity in the collagenous tissues. With immediate negative effects for continence, the health back or sexual vitality. These recent findings lead to a reorientation in training, which will be less muscular, local and static, but much rather orients towards ecercises which specifically load and tonify fascial tissues.
This training is an invitation to physiotherapists, movement teachers, health practitioners and fitness coaches. Dynamic springing, fascial toning, nourishing rehydration and sensory stimulation expand proven exercises to an effective pelvic floor concept in which a targeted training of the fascia should not be missing. We'll show you how.
Foundation 1 (2 days)
Foundation 2 (2 days)
Clinical application &
Advanced certification course (4 days)
Zertifikation nach erfolgreich absolviertem Theorie Test und prakt. Präsentation
Teaching skills (2 days)
News from fascia research (1 day)
The training elements can be booked individually or you can choose the discounted package price. Certification is awarded after successful completion of Level 2. A recertification course is due every 2 years and is highly recommended in any case, as research is developing rapidly.
"I benefit particularly from the foundation 1 | fascial pelvic floor training for my patients and I'm very excited for the next step in Munich. I am looking forward to seeing you again and moving on."
- Ilona, Physiotherapist
"The course and the topic 'Fascia and Pelvic Floor' were incredibly enriching. I've developed lots of new exercises for my patients. I'm definitely in Level 2."
"The topic of the pelvic floor was insufficiently treated in the training as a physiotherapist. I had hardly any knowledge about it. I am totally enthusiastic about the contents and the practical application and simply want more, more, more."
Basic anatomy and conventional training approach
WAS SIND FASZIEN?
DIE ROLLE DES FASZIENSYSTEMS FÜR DEN BECKENBODEN
ZWERCHFELL, ATEM UND BECKENBODEN AUS FASZIALER SICHT
TRAININGSHINWEISE, KONTRAINIDKATIONEN, REMODELLIEREN
GRUNDSUBSTANZ, HYALORONAN UND FLIESSENDE DYNAMIK
CONTENTS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
TONUSREGULATION: HYPO-, HYPERTONUS UND GESUND BECKENBODENSPANNUNG
TRAININGSPRINZIPIEN DES FASZIALEN TONISIERENS ZUR KRÄFTIGUNG DES SCHWACHEN BECKENBODENS
FASZIALES ASPEKTE ZUR RUMPFSTABILITÄT
FASZIEN ALS SINNES- UND EMOTIONALES ORGAN
CONTENTS IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
FUNCTIONAL FASCIAL ANATOMY
INTEGRATIVE, FUNKTIONELLE VORGEHENSWEISE
VORAUSSETZUNG ZUR TEILNAHME: erfolgreich abgeschlossener FTB Level 1