Click here for Webinar One: What’s This Fascia
Click here for Webinar Two: Superficialities Fascia
Click here for Webinar Three: Deep Fascia Part One
Click here for Note taking Webinar
Click here for Webinar Four: The Respiratory Fascia
Click here for Webinar Five: The Psoas
Click here for Webinar Six: Hams and Gluteus
Click here for Webinar Seven: Pelvis and SI Join
Click here for Webinar Eight: Neck and Shoulder
Click here for Webinar Nine: Knee and Ankle
Click here for Webinar Ten: TMJ 
Click here for Webinar Eleven: Pelvic Floor with Dr Jenny Wickford LIVE Tuesday 9th June 8pm BST

In these drastic times, different approaches to teaching and learning are called for and I am delighted to be able to offer some of the content of my worldwide dissection classes in the form of webinars for the first time.

I believe I am unique in both the field of manual therapy as well as human dissection.  My approach to dissection is to keep the process as practical, grounded and evidence based as possible, enabling you to take away information that will enhance your practice and benefit your clients.  Donors to medical schools donate their bodies on the basis that people will learn from them and that the living will benefit.  People often assume that once they donate their bodies, it will automatically be gratefully received.  Sadly this is not the case and many donors are rejected by their chosen medical school for a host of reasons.

This is why I am so incredibly proud that virtually all our donors are such people who would not have been accepted and who end up in the loving care of the amazing people who come along to learn from them.  The respect with which are donor teachers are handled and the beautiful send of we give them at the end, leaves few unimpressed by the process and our dissection classes have been hailed by members of every host institute we have used as being the best and most respectful classes they have ever seen.

Now you can take part in this incredible process and receive insights into the human form in ways otherwise impossible.  All the webinars are still available to view and you can click on the buttons below to access them.


Webinar One.  WTF? (What’s This Fascia) FREE

Our first webinar session covers the background to Fascia and its relationship to other connective tissues.  There’s lots of myths and half truths out there about fascia and this webinar aims to dispel some of those and give a grounded view of fascia.

Webinar 1: What’s This Fascia?


Webinar Two.  Superficial Fascia and Adipose Tissue. What are we really touching? £5

We’ve all been taught that skin is the biggest organ, but what if we’ve got it wrong? Superficial Fascia is the primary interface for touch and movement and is probably the most important of all the fascial structures in the human form.

Webinar 2: Superficial Fascia


Webinar Three.  Deep Fascia Part One. £5

It’s a huge subject and there’s no clear starting point, so we’ll break this down in to at least two sessions, starting here with the different types of deep fascia, fascial continuity and examining some of the fascias of the lower limb.

Webinar 3: Deep Fascia Part One


Bonus Webinar.  The Art of Taking Notes FREE

Getting good client notes is the only way you can be sure of your outcomes.  It’s one of the hardests aspects to master.  This free webinar will take you through a tried and tested way to make sure you are getting all the details you need for great notes using the method known as SOAP.

SOAP The art of taking notes


Webinar Four.  Respiratory Fascia £5

Right now the world is focussed on a virus which weakens the respiratory system. SARS – Sudden Acute Respiratory Syndrome. Yet how much of the system of breathing is linked to other structures that we don’t often consider. This webinar widens the focus on the breath and gives you practical tools to work with.

Webinar 4: Respiratory Fascia


Webinar Five.  The Psoas £5

In the many years I have been around therapists, one muscle keeps coming up over and over again when talking about assessment and treatment. Can we really touch the psoas through the layers that are in front of it? If so, what do we think we’re doing and what do we think the psoas is doing in the first place? It’s a big subject and one that deserves longer than we’ve got, but this is a starting point.

Webinar 5: The Psoas


Webinar Six.  Hamstrings and Gluteus. The missing link £5

Hamstring injuries are one of the most frequent sports injuries and one of the injuries that recur time and time again. Stretching the hamstrings is almost a religion for some athletes. But what if we’ve completely missed a vital aspect of this structure? What we can do about it and where we’ve gone wrong?

Webinar Six: Hams and Glutes


Webinar Seven. Pelvis and SI Joint. Is there really movement? £5

It’s easy to forget that the pelvis goes all the way round the back to join up at the sacrum. What’s there may surprise you. We’ll also be exploring questions surrounding the SI Joint, does it move? If it does, then by how much and is this really movement?   

Webinar Seven: Pelvis and SI



Webinar Eight. Neck and Shoulder Fascia and Anatomy. £5

The big weight that is our head, defines and influences how the rest of our body moves and loads. We sometimes miss just how joined up the shoulders and neck are and the job they do in carrying our head around. Find out just how much in webinar number eight. 

Webinar Eight: Neck and Shoulders

Webinar Nine. Knee and Ankle Fascia and Anatomy. £5

Why do knees give so much trouble? The way we walk, stand, move and run has a huge influence on what the knees have to do to keep up. Watch this Webinar and learn about the things around the knee that never really get discussed or talked about but which could be one of the most important structures going.

Webinar Nine: Knee and Ankle

Webinar Ten. TMJ Fascia and Anatomy. £5

An area of enormous function, power and movement and associated with so many issues. Some of the structures joining in and around this joint are incredible to see. Understanding them and their far reaching connections will help you to see a bigger picture.

Webinar Ten: TMJ


Webinar Eleven. Pelvic Floor Fascia and Anatomy. £5

In this webinar I will be joined by Dr Jenny Wickford, a Swedish Physiotherapist specialising in this area.  We will look at some of the traditional anatomy and break down some of the myths and ideas surrounding the pelvic floor and examine how we can think about it differently.

Webinar Eleven: Pelvic Floor