|Company Name : Born To Walk|
|Contact Name : James Earls|
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|Location : 114 Gloucester Ave Camden Town England NW1 8HX United Kingdom|
|Website : https://www.borntowalk.com/|
James Earls is a writer, lecturer and bodyworker specialising in Myofascial Release and Structural Integration. Author of Born To Walk and Fascial Release for Structural Balance and Director of Active Fascial Release.
Increasing the understanding and practice of manual therapy has been a passion of James’ since he first started practicing bodywork over 20 years ago. Throughout his career James has travelled widely to learn from the best educators in his field, including Thomas Myers, developer of the Anatomy Trains concept. James and Tom founded Kinesis UK, which co-ordinates Anatomy Trains and Kinesis Myofascial Integration training throughout Europe, and together they authored ‘Fascial Release for Structural Balance,’ the definitive guide to the assessment and manipulation of fascial patterns.
In this episode Haley Winter talks with James Earls about his work with Anatomy Trains, and what brought him to eventually write the book titled “Born to Walk”. James has a fascinating story about how he initially got into bodywork, and the path of finding teachers that helped complete his understanding of how the body works. The emphasis of this conversation is around the intersection of functional movement and bodywork. However, we do dive into a number of sub topics, from the way in which we learn anatomy, to the importance of owning the quality of your sessions.Click here for InterviewExtract from https://www.howsthepressure.com/February 15, 2018 Haley Winter / James EarlsRead More
James Earls, author of “Born to Walk”, talks to us about an important part of the movement conversation: fascia and bipedalism. Fascia is the 3-D spider web of fibrous, gluey, and wet proteins that hold our bones all together in their proper placement. Bipedalism, as I’m sure you know, is the act of locomoting upright on two legs. In our conversation, we explore James’ fascinating knowledge on movement efficiency and how we may have evolved through walking.Click here for InterviewEPISODE BREAKDOWN:How James got into this workFascia being ignored for 2,000 yearsWhat is tensegrity?Why do dogs seem to move so easily?BipedalismHow did we evolve through walking?Movement efficiencyGround direction forceFascia is multi-factored and exciting, and so it’s unfortunate that it has been ignored for the past 2,000 years in anatomy.Read More
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