Structural Dynamics: Foot and Lower Leg

Sep 24, 2022

Sep 25, 2022

9:00 am To 5:30 pm

Inspirit School of Healing Arts, Kingspointe Parkway, Orlando, FL, USA




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Event Description

16CEs for LMTs – approved NCBTMB & CEBroker Providers

Our feet bear the fullest force of our weight. There are 26 bones, 33 joints, and over 100 muscles, ligaments, and tendons allowing for incredible force absorption, force generation, motion, and stability. And if things aren’t going well in the feet, it reverberates through the entire body.

Likewise, the muscles of the lower legs participate in locomotion, balance, stabilization, force absorption and generation, though their dynamic function is often compromised due to restriction. This sends functional and structural compensations up the body which often appear as seemingly unrelated pain patterns in the neck, shoulders, and hips.

This 2-day course covers the muscles and bone rhythms of the foot and lower leg, functional fascial releases to restore motion in the many joint spaces, and an in depth look at how restrictions in the feet and lower leg translate to the rest of the body.

The emphasis for this training will be the Feet and Lower Legs. We’ll be integrating structural and functional perspectives/approaches to better understand and treat pain patterns, improve performance/function, range of motion, posture, movement efficiency and more.


Lynn and Ann Teachworth


About the Instructor

Ann & Lynn Teachworth Ann and Lynn Teachworth integrate 40+ years of expertise in structural integration and functional biomechanics to help make good therapists great.  

Lynn Teachworth, BS, LMT, Adv. CBP, FAFS, ATSI, CAFS

Lynn has been in the bodywork, human performance, and energy medicine fields for over thirty years.  He is certified in over thirty complementary medicine modalities.  His clients include CEO’s and Presidents of many Fortune 500 companies as well as over a 1000 professional athletes in the areas of sports injuries and physical/mental performance. He is a 2018 inductee into the World Massage Hall of Fame and has been an instructor in Massage Therapy and Structural Integration theory for over 17 years, teaching in eight different countries.

Ann Teachworth, BA, LMT,  RYT, CBP, Franklin Method Educator

Ann has been working in integrative health, human performance, and movement for 15 years. She is an educator for massage therapists and yoga teachers, among other integrative and movement therapists, with an emphasis on embodied functional anatomy, kinesiology, and mindbody training. Her work with clients and students is fueled by a passion to help people understand and experience their design and function more fully so that they can think, move, and be more fully expressed and alive in their bodies and lives. 



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