Anatomy Trains: Walking the Lines

Met James Earls

One short course. . . long-lasting results for you!


Walking is one of the most common daily functions but one of the least understood biomechanically.


In order to understand anatomy the therapist must first understand function. In this workshop we will analyse the mechanics of efficient gait, looking at the chain of events from the feet to the spine and into the shoulders. We will see how gravity works in concert with the joints and thereby the fascial and myofascial tissue to improve proprioceptive communication, muscle firing and collagenous recoil. You will come away with the tools to investigate, analyse and intervene in non-pathological walking and then learn how to build a personalised exercise or stretch program to affect and improve clients’ walking 
and how to transfer this knowledge to running.

Walking the Lines

Walking the Lines

Walking is one of the most common daily functions but one of the least understood biomechanically. In order to understand anatomy the therapist must first understand function.

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