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Ankle Issues &
Leg, Knee, and Foot I&II

Aug 11-13, 2017         Asheville, NC

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Ankle Issues: In the newest addition to the popular Advanced Myofascial Techniques series, you’ll learn hands-on techniques that will significantly improve your ability to work with ankle injuries, strains and sprains; pronation and supination patterns; movement restrictions; foot and lower leg pain; and more. 

Leg, Knee, and Foot Parts I & II: Learn advanced myofascial techniques that dramatically improve your ability to work with hamstring injuries, knee and ankle issues, hammertoes, heel spurs, and plantar fasciitis, etc.

So that we can most efficiently use our class time, basic familiarity of the location and function of the following structures will be assumed. Most structures will be directly addressed by the techniques taught; some indirectly. Structures listed as a "group" (e.g., "Flexor group") will be addressed together, and so less specific knowledge of the constituent muscles will be assumed. Please review the terms specified for your class 

Class Schedule

Aug 11, 2017: Ankle Issues

check in 8:30 am
class 9:00 am  - 12:30 pm
lunch 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
class 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

 

Aug 12, 2017: Leg, Knee and Foot Part I

check in 8:30 am
class 9:00 am  - 12:30 pm
lunch 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
class 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm

 

Aug 13, 2017: Leg, Knee and Foot Part II  

class 9:00 am  - 12:30 pm
lunch 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
class 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

 

Location

Town and Mountain Training Center
261 Asheland Ave.
Asheville, NC 28801

 
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A fascinating workshop demonstrating the structural connectedness of the whole body in a way easily explainable to clients.
— Sharon Harley LMT LMP NCBTMB

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Your Instructor

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Chris Pohowsky is a Certified Rolfer®, and is a Lead Instructor for Advanced-Trainings.com's Advanced Myofascial Techniques series. Chris is passionate about competitive cycling, running, climbing, kayaking and yoga; his outdoor athletic pursuits go hand in hand with a strong interest in personal well-being and injury prevention.

Chris' particular talent lies in fostering a cooperative, enjoyable, and focused learning environment in his seminars, and he takes pride in offering workshop participants a solid foundational experience from which to develop their own work. Chris has a full-time private practice in Blacksburg, Virginia, where he is on the faculty of Blue Ridge School of Massage and Yoga.