Penny2017-3If you are completing Myofascial Level 1 in 2017 or have completed this course in previous years, then Myofascial Techniques Level 2 would be suitable for you.

Due to the high levels of interest in Penny’s Myofascial course over the last few years, she is now offering the popular Level 2 Course in Singapore 2017.

Be inspired with new techniques and new ways of assessing and treating your clients.

This course will build on the knowledge you have gained in Myofascial Techniques Level 1. Techniques we covered included working with tight muscles, loosening scar adhesions and working on trigger points. In level 1 our goals were to increase muscle and joint flexibility, restore ideal range of motion and postural imbalances were addressed.

In Level 2 we will cover a much wider range of soft tissue techniques. How a client is moving, rather than only looking at static posture, will be considered.

Penny2017-4We will assess and identify the various factors that may be impeding the free flow of movement for your clients. We will also consider how these factors may predispose your client to pain or injuries.

Knowing why there may be tension in various lines of fascia, or in various neural structures, will allow you to be more specific when you use soft tissue techniques; it will also improve your exercise programming and ability to prevent injuries.

About the Lecturer

penny-elliotPenny Elliott
B. App.Sc (Phty)
M.H.Sc. (Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy)

Penny completed her qualifications in Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 1993 and completed her Masters of Health Science (Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy) at Charles Sturt University, with Distinction, in 2006. The major focus of her Masters’ degree was on the work of Kaltenborn and Evjenth. Penny has been a Senior Associate of the Physiotherapy, Posture, and Fitness Clinic for the past 20 years.

Penny has specific expertise in the development of education programs for health professionals. This has included teaching the Posture, Soft tissue, and Exercise course for physiotherapists, teaching and designing the sports massage and myofascial programs at the NSW School of massage, and teaching personal trainers both nationally and internationally. She also has a special interest in teaching Pre and Postnatal exercise prescription since having her own family.

With a personal background in dance, one of Penny’s main interests has been in movement analysis and postural assessment. In the past, she has worked with a variety of recreational and elite sports people in The Sports Clinic at Sydney University. She uses this expertise in designing individual and small group exercise programs. Currently, her work at the Physiotherapy, Posture, and Fitness clinic includes teaching clinical Pilates in two fully equipped Pilates studios and the use of Real Time Ultrasound for specific rehabilitation of the deep trunk stabilisers.

Penny’s hands on and exercise based approach to treatment means that patients can really understand their problem and take an active part in managing their own health and fitness. When not in the clinic, Penny will be found enjoying all manner of activities, including Pilates, dancing and going to the gym.

Course Date and Venue

Course title:Myofascial Techniques Level 2
Date: 10-11 September 2018 (Mon & Tue)
Time: 9:00am-5:00pm
Venue: 10 Arumugam Road S(409957)
Fees: S$900 per person
Closing date for registration: 30 September 2018
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Course Date and Venue

Course title:Myofascial Techniques Level 1 & 2
Date: 8-9, 10-11 September 2018 (Sat-Sun/Mon-Tue)
Time: 9:00am-5:00pm
Venue: 10 Arumugam Road S(409957)
Fees: S$1600 per person
Closing date for registration: 30 August 2018
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