Course Overview

The AMTA Fascial Therapy Continuing Education program provides a fundamental overview of fascial therapy concepts. There are two components of the program, including a printed workbook that you can complete at your own pace and a  face-to-face, hands-on workshop.

  • Look at the anatomy and physiology of fascia, in addition to fascial restrictions and their consequences.
  • Investigate indications and contraindications for fascial therapy as well as procedures for postural assessment, documentation and treatment planning.
  • Explore various styles and treatment philosophies of fascial therapy, treatment strategies and techniques, and the physiological responses of both the fascia and the rest of the body to these techniques.

AMTA is continually assessing the educational needs of its membership. The Fascial Therapy Continuing Education Program was developed to address requests by AMTA members for more advanced training programs focusing on new modalities and techniques.

This program is not intended to be a comprehensive review of all of these techniques, but a discussion of the broad range of information and techniques available for continued study. AMTA encourages anyone seeking more in-depth learning of a technique to contact the respective continuing education providers of the technique. AMTA does not promote any specific approach and feels that the best way to use fascial therapy is by selecting techniques that produce the best results for the client.

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