[Online TTC] FASCIA RELEASE ONLINE TRAINING WITH JAMES' WONG (21,22, 28 & 29 Nov 2020)
James is a Certified Remedial Therapist in Trigger Point (IICT associate), Fascia Research Society; specializing in Myofascia Release Therapy & Scoliosis Management & Manual Therapy. He is also certified in the field of Applied Science of Physiotherapy in Biomechanics. He has spent his years of research studies on tight shoulders, neck, lower back & hips caused by misaligned postures and he strongly believes interconnectivity of fascia system.
He based his training on a system called the Fascial System. The fascial system is derived as connective tissues which connects across multi-layers of muscles, our joints, bones, organs, pleura, superficial and deep layers, and all works as a web netting system to hold up our body to what we call Tensegrity system.
Kinesiology had 150 years to discuss about muscle actions but with this new era of connective tissues and fascia; each pattern lines have a specific design and connected physical conditions tension vs compression.
We also need to address to the types of stresses or loads our fascial lines are experiencing on a day to day basis. Imbalances in our daily activities can deem to form a habitual loading which we develop through a period of time and we ought to take this seriously.
In our November Online course, we are going to address into these issues (Recommended to all Body work instructors, Yoga teachers, Pilates instructors, Physiotherapist)
Date: 21st & 22nd, 28th & 29th November 2020
Time: 10.30am-1.30pm. (Morning Session)
2.30pm-5.30pm (Noon Session)
Where: ZOOM ONLINE
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
About James' Wong
Known as a renowned “YOGA ANATOMY & POSTURAL STUDIES GURU” in Southeast Asia, James has traveled all over Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam & Taiwan to spread his teachings. James possesses in-depth knowledge of Anatomy and Post Rehabilitation Therapy where he spent years of research on body bio-mechanics and postural studies.
He applies knowledge of the structural aspects of the spine and the functions of the anatomy and connective tissues to developing yoga practices in a safe and effective way. He always emphasizes that it is not about forcing ourselves into a pose but it is the joy and journey of understanding our human body and limitations and preventing injuries in practice - focus on mind, wisdom and physique in doing a yoga pose.
James is also a journalist for Anatomy and Yoga Traveler as well as Yoga Life Magazine.