The professional training of fasciatherapists is organised by the Fascia College, the department of Fasciatherapy (est. 1994). The Fascia College collaborates with Fascia Formations Pro in Paris.

Fasciatherapy training

These 12 intensive training seminars are aimed at physiotherapists and physicians.

Aim of fascia-therapy-somatology training

In fasciatherapy-somatology training, acute and chronic complaints of the locomotor system and of cranial and visceral pain are comprehensibly studied.

Functional disorders

The functional disorders that accompany somatic complaints are also studied during this training:

  • Osteo-articulate, digestive and respiratory disorders
  • Disorders of the major systems: the neurovegetative, neurovascular, neuro-endocrine and immune systems
  • Sleep disorders
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Sensorimotor disorders: muscle tone, balance and coordination
  • Cognitive disorders: attention, perception, intention and memory

Practical tools

The practical tools used by the fasciatherapist-somatologist are:

  • Manual therapy: fasciatherapy and pulsology
  • Movement therapy: sensory re-education
  • Counselling

Professional skills

DThe fasciatherapist-somatologist specialises in the connection between physical pain and psychological suffering and he carries out his profession with the aim of performing a remedial, preventative and/or pedagogical act during an individual or group session. He is able to alleviate physical pain, be it of traumatic or psychological origin and whether they have psychological or behavioural consequences.

The fasciatherapist-somatologist can also evaluate underlying physical injuries and movement inconsistencies that are at the origin of the physical and psychological pain.

The fasciatherapist-somatologist can integrate these acquired techniques into his existing professional activity or he can perform it separately.

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