Lecture Topic: Integrative Anatomy
Introduction to Integrative Anatomy. Overview of the three levels of the body – Structural, Functional, and Energetic. Discussion of each level of the body, what they consist of, and how they are affected by various modalities. Introduction to the Reciprocals. Learn what the Reciprocals are and how to balance them. Learn the functional considerations and consciousness patterns for each Reciprocal Pair. Learn and practice implementation for self-care as well as integration into each other modalities.
Lecture Topic: Structural Dynamics: Foot and Lower Leg
Introduction to Structural Dynamics. A brief overview of Structural and Functional concepts. Learn how structural and functional dysfunction of the foot and lower leg can lead to bunions, hammertoes, neuromas, plantar fasciitis, shin splints, chronic knee issues and diminished athletic performance. Discuss the impact of lower leg restriction on gate cycle and global structure and function. Learn the potential role of lower leg and foot restrictions in chronic tight hip flexors, lower back pain, reduced cervical curve, and atlanto-occipital joint dysfunction. Learn and practice Fascial release for the Tibialis Anterior and Peroneals: How these restrictions cause issues throughout the body and how to mobilize this tissue effectively. Experience Talocrural and Subtalar joint embodiments: Experience and work with the 3-dimensional bone rhythms at these crucial joints. Learn and Practice Subtalar functional fascial release: Release and restore motion in this often-stuck and overlooked joint.
Lecture Topic: Microcurrent for Pain and Sports Performance
This class shares microcurrent strategies used for Sports Injuries and may help increase muscle strength & endurance to increase athletic performance and recovery.
Lynn Teachworth, BS, LMT, GIFT, KMI, Adv CBP, CAFS, has been a licensed massage therapist for over 25 years. His clients include over 2000 professional athletes in the PGA, LPGA, NBA, NFL, MLB as well as many other sports including professional wakeboarding and water skiing. He is also a 2018 inductee into the World Massage Festival Hall of Fame.
Lynn specializes in pain, sports injuries, and sports performance. He has certifications in Structural Integration, Myofascial Release, Source Point Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Cranial-Sacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation and BodyTalk. Lynn is also a Gift Fellow through the Gray Institute, the most advanced training in functional movement and bio-mechanics available. A former BodyTalk instructor, he is well-versed in the scientific basis of energy medicine.
As one of only a few therapists in the world with advanced training in structural bodywork, biomechanics and movement as well as energy medicine, Lynn is able to integrate these different philosophies and help students effectively apply the information instantly regardless of the modalities they utilize.
In addition to recovery, rehab, and maintenance work, Lynn also specializes in athletic performance. If you are looking to improve your clients’ sports performance, Lynn shows you the intricacies of structure, function, and informational/energy, and how to determine the real causes of limited performance on every level of the body. He is a certified Nike360 Golf Performance Specialist as well as a certified Applied Functional Science trainer.
Teaching is one of Lynn’s passions; as the Director of Trunamics, his emphasis is on teaching integrative truths of human body dynamics to make good therapists great. He has been teaching for over 15 years in the USA, Germany, Japan, Ireland, Canada, Australia and the UK.