Welcome to the British Fascia Symposium. This is the third biennial Symposium dedicated to bringing the latest knowledge about fascia to therapists, movement teachers, sports coaches….. in fact, anyone who works with the body. This year our team of presenters is led by Keynote Speaker Robert Schleip, renowned fascia expert and Director of the Fascia Research Project at Ulm University, Germany. We offer a practice-led conference designed to inform and educate delegates on many aspects of fascia, from the basic ‘what, where and how important is it to you?’ to more complex investigations; beginner or ‘afascianado’ the British Fascia Symposium has plenty to offer you. Our aim is to inspire you to further your knowledge of fascia through lectures and workshops, enhancing your understanding of the body and providing a cadre of knowledge which will inform your work and practice. We look forward to seeing you in May.
HOW TO BOOK:
Online booking is now closed, but you can still join us. Find out how here.
The cost of a full weekend of Fascia with the experts, including lunches and all the break out workshop/lecture sessions in the afternoons is just £285.
Before you book, take a look at the Agenda and the early morning and afternoon workshop/specialist lecture options.
Our Pre-Conference Day on Biotensegrity runs on Friday 11th May – run by NTC Ireland, booking is separate to the Symposium. Book here.
Founded and Directed by Jan Trewartha, Principal of
Body In Harmony Training.
The British Fascia Symposium was inspired by the Fascia Research Congress, but I wanted to create an event that was practice-led for those working directly with the body. From the beginning I have been helped and supported by a wonderful committee who have all been invaluable, and without whom the Symposium would not have become what it now is. When the British Fascia Symposium 2014 took place, we had no idea it would become the prestigious gathering it has; this happened because of the overwhelming support and welcome it has received from the therapy world. My gratitude to everyone who has been a part of the Symposium and supported us over the years.
Carol M. Davis, DPT, EdD, MS, FAPTA is Professor Emerita and immediate past Vice Chair…Read More
Robert Schleip directs the Fascia Research Project at Ulm University, Germany, and is also Research Director of the European Rolfing Association.Read More
SPECIALIST LECTURE – “FASCIA-TEGRITY” – main stage, Saturday afternoon option. In this presentation, fascia…Read More
Alison Harvey trained as a chiropractor following her own treatment. The natural, holistic methods employed…Read More
Daniel Lawrence has been a practicing Physiotherapist for 11 years working with a wide variety…Read More
Til Luchau is the author of Advanced Myofascial Techniques, Vol 1 and Vol 2, published…Read More
Dr. Wilbour Kelsick received his BSc. in Kinesiology from SFU and his D.C. from the Canadian…Read More