Myofascial Therapy – Lisbon bandeira portugal

14 and 15 January | 25 and 26 March 2017

Fascia envelops muscles, organs, bones, and all the cells in the body and binds them together in their proper placement. When the body suffer a physical or emotional trauma this stress is absorbed by Fascia and creates tensions and blockages. The Myofascial release is essential for the Healing process.

Myofascial Therapy is complementary to any other Therapeutic Practices and fundamental for self-development.

Paula Madeira is one of the greatest specialists in Myofascial Therapy and studied and collaborate directly with Clive Rada.

Myofascial Therapy workshop will be held in two weekends.

Schedule: 10h-13h | 15h-18h

A certificate of participation will be awarded.

Paula Madeira is a Chinese Traditional Medicine practitioner and Shiatsu Therapist. Coordinator of the Universal Healing Tao Portugal and UHT Certified Instructor (Mantak Chia). Head of the Therapeutic Qigong Instructors Course and the Therapeutic Taichi and Qigong Professional Association in Portugal. Studied Dorn Breuss Therapy, Shintai, Myofascial and Craniosacral Therapy with Clive Rada. Paula Madeira is a Teacher at the Chinese Traditional Medical School in Lisbon and Certified Trainer by the IEFP.


14 and 15 January | Lisbon

Origins and theory of Myofascial Therapy
Situations in which the physiology of Fascia is used and its relation to emotions
Exercises and techniques of Fascia release
Treatment of upper Fascia support
Treatment of Fascia according to body posture
Treatment of the superficial Fascia of the abdomen
Specific treatments for the neck and the release of diaphragms

25 and 26 de March | Lisbon

Techniques and treatments of specific pathologies
The Transegrity model
Myofascial Meridians: Definition, Purpose, and Function of movement (Myers)
Body areas and the relation between muscle and fascia (Schwind)
Different parts of the body and its relationship to the organs
Evaluation / Diagnosis of Fascia’s status
Fascia of the respiratory area
Decompression of Psoas and Sciatic Nerve
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Hip in case of arthritis
Whiplash Trauma
Post pregnancy treatment

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