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Fascial Fitness Training with Beatrix Baumgartner at Liquid Mountains in Portugal

Posted by Eefje van de Ven on

Our ocean loving partner (Liquid Mountains) will host several fascial fitness and BLACKROLL courses with expert Beatrix Baumgartner, in Portugal. In the beautiful surroundings of the south-west Algarve, take part in this new training in cooperation with Fascia Center Vienna. 

Different courses are offered, for different levels / backgrounds.
Option to book accommodation longer to combine work/trainer course/holiday. 
Read more below.

26 MAY  –  27 MAY,  2016
22 SEPT – 23 SEPT, 2016

3 x Fascial Fitness (FF) — (course)
3 x BLACKROLL Training — (sessions)

*Suitable for everybody (all levels of fitness/no specific background needed). 
Also bookable as a package (intro course + 7 days of accommodation). 

28TH MAY – 29TH MAY 2016

3. TRAINER-COURSE II: Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) **
24 SEPT - 25 SEPT 2016

- FDM — Course, module 1
- FDM — Course, module 2
- Flossing

**FDM only for physiotherapists, doctors, osteopaths and alternative practitioner [med.]
Flossing only for physiotherapists, doctors, osteopaths and alternative practitioner [med.], massage therapists
FF: also for trainers (fitness, yoga, pilates, sport scientists etc.)
more info for trainers, please check here: Fascia Center Vienna.

Courses timetable : (INTRO-, TRAINER- and FDM Course)
1st day: 09:00 am – 06:00pm
2nd day: 09:00 am – 4:00pm

Cost(per course = 2 days): € 320,–
Please check out the (Liquid Mountains) accommodation prices here.

The Fascial Distortion Model (FDM)

The Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) is a specific medical approach which attributes the cause of physical afflictions and impaired motor function to one or several of six typical forms of fascial distortion in the human organism. As soon as the distortion is corrected, an effective and comprehensively measurable treatment of pain and restricted mobility is possible.

In FDM, the diagnostic process is based on three pillars of analysis. Particular attention is directed at a patient’s body language when describing pain. Intuitive gestures, when correctly interpreted, are direct indicators of fascial distortions. The patient’s case history as well as a series of examinations complete the FDM diagnosis.
The principles of FDM can be applied to a variety of different medical areas and expand the diagnostic options doctors and physiotherapists have at their disposal. FDM enables an effective treatment of patients presenting with a variety of medical diagnoses, but at the present time, the FDM approach is primarily chosen for musculoskeletal complaints and chronic pain. 

Please get in touch with our hosting partner in Portugal (Liquid Mountains) directly to learn more or book your spot for one of the courses.

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