Fascia & Foam Roller

This workshop is ideal for fitness professionals who are looking to improve their knowledge of how to use the foam roller and spikey ball to reduce pain and restrictions within the body's fascial trains.
We will cover both the theory and practice of effective and safe myofascial release with a foam roller. The comprehensive practical section will include myofascial releases to correct common fascial dysfunctions, as well as stability and mobility exercises for you to include in your client’s program to have them functioning at their best.
Some of the key concepts we review include: 
The specific anatomy of fascial trains and how they connect the entire body, demonstrating how releasing the plantar fascia can improve hamstring mobility, and how calf releases can relieve headache symptoms. 
How to release fascia and connective tissue, massage muscles and release trigger points using the large foam roller and spikey ball. 
How to correctly perform stability and mobility exercises using the large foam roller to help prevent or rehabilitate injuries.
What you will get:
A printed comprehensive workshop manual and course notes
A certificate of completion
A professionally delivered, personal and practical workshop in a small group
Presented by Merrin Martin
Merrin is the owner of Active Rehab Solutions and Physiotherapy. Since 2007 she has been developing and presenting workshops to health professionals around Australia in addition to running a successful physiotherapy clinic in Sydney. Merrin has extensive lecturing experience within the fitness industry and is regarded as an expert in her role as educator in specific exercise programs and managing injuries.
Now on sale for $250! 

Due to Covid travel and social distancing restrictions we have had to change this workshop to a live Zoom webinar.

28 November 2020: Zoom 11.00am - 5.00pm, AEDT

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Contact Details
For more information or to enroll in the workshop please contact the provider directly at:

Active Rehab Solutions
Phone: (02) 9451 9014
email: learn@activeanatomy.com
Website: www.activerehabsolutions.com