Fascia: Function, Physiology, and Application

with Jill Miller

2 Hours
to Complete

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Certification

2 CEUs Upon
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Attention anatomy geeks!

Join Jill Miller—creator of Yoga Tune Up® and author of The Roll Model: A Step by Step Guide to Erase Pain, Improve Mobility and Live Better in Your Body—for this comprehensive course where you'll learn all about fascia (a vast network of fibrous connective tissue in the body) and how it affects your yoga practice and your life. This course includes a fascia-nating in-depth anatomical discussion and self-massage techniques.

Originally part of our Spring Digital Conference, Jill's presentation is now available as a standalone course, and includes an in-depth anatomical discussion and self-massage techniques.

As you practice and explore with Jill, she will help you to find and address “body blind spots” (i.e., areas of overuse, underuse, misuse, confuse, abuse) and (as such) rekindle your proprioception (your body's felt sense of self).

In this 1.5 hour digital course, you will get:
  • A general overview of fascia.
  • 9 different self-massage techniques targeting the Rectal Sheath, IT Band, Thoracolumbar Fascia, and Plantar Fascia.
  • An in-depth anatomical breakdown of the fascial system. 
  • Roll Model method myofascial release practices. 
  • Additional fascia-nating resources.
You'll need:
  • Two blocks, a mat, a strap, a pair of Yoga Tune Up® balls or tennis balls, and a Coregeous® ball or something similar (such as a Nerf ball). 

Jill Miller

Jill Miller is the co-founder of Tune Up Fitness Worldwide and creator of the corrective exercise format Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model Method®. With more than 28 years of study in fitness, yoga therapy and anatomy, she is a pioneer in forging relevant links between the worlds of fitness, yoga, massage, and pain-management. Her innovative techniques have catapulted her to a sought after leader in the field of mind-body fitness and pain relief wellness..

Fascia: Function, Physiology, and Application

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