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A unique exploration into the anatomy of the human body
Build muscles in clay on a specially designed skeleton and imprint the body’s design deeply into your mind. Anatomy in Three Dimensions™ is a compelling, effective, engaging and fun way to learn the basics of musculoskeletal anatomy. By building the muscles with your own hands you will develop a deep understanding of the structure and function of the human body.
Learn the structure and function of bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves, as well as the origin, insertion and action of the muscles. This course pairs muscle function with specific exercises in order to reinforce and apply the anatomical information to movement. Muscles and joints from the knees through the shoulders are covered.
Anatomy in 3 Dimensions is the best way to understand the musculoskeletal system and integrate anatomical knowledge into your teaching. Learn the structure and function of bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments as well as the origin, insertion and action of the major muscles of movement by building them yourself with clay on a specially designed skeleton called a Maniken.
Learn how muscles move by experiencing each muscle group in action and relating these exercises to functional movement.
This course is designed to help anyone working with the body gain a deeper understanding of how the muscles and bones affect movement. The course has helped Pilates & other movement specialists, Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, Osteopaths and others to gain amazing practical insight into the body.
On this 2 day course we will cover the body from the knees through to the shoulders. You will also:
Who Should Attend
Anatomy in 3 Dimensions is great for beginners as well as anatomy geeks. Pilates and yoga instructors, chiropractors, acupuncturists, massage therapists, personal trainers, athletic trainers, physical therapists, osteopaths, etc., can all benefit.
Join us for the full, 16-
We can also bring an Anatomy in 3 Dimensions class to your facility.