Fascial Pelvis

Aug 19, 2022

Aug 21, 2022

8:30 am To 2:30 am

Hyatt Regency Morristown, 3 Speedwell Avenue, Morristown, NJ, USA



1-800-327-2425 Ext 4


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Event Description

Fascial-Pelvis Myofascial Release Seminar

Myofascial Release Seminars is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider. #025821-00

The Fascial-Pelvis Seminar is an important component of the total Myofascial Release Approach. This seminar provides participants with evaluatory and treatment approaches for the myofascial and skeletal systems that will greatly enhance ones ability to reduce pain and improve functional mobility.

Learn Specific Myofascial Release Techniques for the:

Erector Spinae, Sacro-Illiac Joints, Pelvic Floor, Quadratus Lumborum, Lumbar Area, Lower Extremities, Psoas, and Sacrum.

Fascial-Pelvis Myofascial/Osseous Release techniques focus on utilizing the osseous structures as handles or levers to free the skeletal and its environment, the surrounding myofascial system.

The very important difference from other mobilization, muscle energy, and manipulation procedures is that Myofascial Release techniques are performed very slowly following the fascial releases. The fascial system does not release quickly or all at one time. This time factor is essential for lasting results and the feel over time is similar to a rope unraveling by the sensitive, trained hands of the therapist in a three-dimensional manner like taffy untwisting and stretching.

Fascial Pelvis Myofascial Release techniques are safe, easily learned and highly effective in reducing pain and restoring motion and optimal function on a permanent basis by treating the entire Myofascial complex.


20 Contact Hours


Joan Miller, PT

42 Lloyd Ave

800-327-2425 Ext 4

About the Instructor

Joan Miller, PT

A 1978 graduate of the Medical College of Virginia. B.S. in Physical Therapy. License # FL-4075. Her post graduate studies include extensive one on one training with John F. Barnes, PT in Myofascial Release since 1986. She has also studied manual therapy extensively in multiple approaches including John McM. Mennell, MD, James Cyriax, M.D., Stanley Paris, PhD, PT., McKenzie Approach, Maitland Approach and Brian Mulligan, PT.

Joan is a senior instructor with the national Myofascial Release Seminar series; she taught the Myofascial Mobilization course from 1987-1989 and has been teaching the Fascial Pelvis course since 1990. She has a thriving private practice in Lakeland, Florida, Dynamic Directions, Inc, where she treats solely with myofascial release, manual therapy and exercise.

Registration Details

Please call 1-800-327-2425 Ext 4 or visit www.myofascialrelease.com

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