Rolfing + Structural Integration: Introduction to Principles & Practices of a Whole Body Myofascial Release Approach to Soft Tissue Therapy

When: Wednesday, 13th June 2018

What Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm AEST

Where: Online - join via your computer!

Your Host: Nicholas Barbousas


ATMS Accredited member - $49.50

Non ATMS Practitioner - $59.50

ATMS Student member - $35

Non ATMS Student - $49.50

CPE: 1.5 points

The discussion around how to improve posture is prevalent across several approaches to Soft Tissue Therapy. Social media platforms provide information outlets from which discussion and expertise can be showcased through before and after images. But what does it mean to work with posture as central to your practice as a Soft Tissue Therapist? Understanding basic principles of Posture Pattern Recognition allows a therapist an opportunity to utilise the subjective aspect of the assessment process to strengthen the treatment plan.

This introductory webinar is a must for those seeking to further develop an understanding of how principle-based approaches of Structural Integration (SI) provide a framework for a “whole body” system to Myofascial Release Soft Tissue Therapy.


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About your presenter...

Nicholas Barbousas (Nick) is a Soft Tissue Therapist with more than 25 years experience in Muscular Therapy practice. Nick’s ongoing passion for his work stems from his training in Rolfing, Structural Integration and Myofascial Release; and his commitment to working with Posture Correction and Movement Education. His particular expertise explores the relationship between our own physical environments and its impacts on posture and movement.

Nick’s experience as an educator and mentor in Manual Therapy, Myofascial Release, and Posture Education spans several years. While organising and directing his own privately run Mentoring Hub and professional courses, Nick has overseen the development of Myofascial Release programs within Industry Institutions. He was also the inaugural convener and co-developer of the Myofascial Release Program within the Bachelors and Masters degrees of Osteopathy, at Western Sydney University (formerly the University of Western Sydney).

Nick understands that at the heart of all lasting change is the capacity to help yourself. His goal is to bring this awareness and understanding to as many people as possible.


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