IASTM course

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The accredited IASTM course (Part of the 2-day FASCIQ Fascia Therapy Course) aims to demonstrate safe and effective use of IASTM tools, relevant to treating the fascia. Instrumented Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) – Treatment using ergonomically designed tools made of high-quality stainless steel.

What will you learn during the IASTM course?

On the course you will be provided with a course manual to compliment your learning. This manual will cover the theory and research behind each modality as well as up-to-date research on the fascial system itself. You will also learn a range of treatment applications for each modality, as well as get plenty of time to practice and ask questions. The full breakdown of the course can be seen below.

Upcoming course dates

When: Sat 23 April till Sun 24 April 2022. Part of the 2-day FASCIQ Fascia Therapy Course

Seats: 4 out of 10 seats left

Where: Surf Air Hotel, 923 David Low Way, Marcoola Queensland 4564, Australia (5 minutes from the Sunshine Coast Airport).

Only a few spots left!

IASTM course summary

  • Duration: Sat 23 April till Sun 24 April 2022. Part of the 2-day FASCIQ Fascia Therapy Course
  • Timetable: from 9.00 am to 17.30 pm.
  • Course fee: $399
  • Included:
    • Tea,
    • Colour printed course manual,
    • Certificate.
  • Who can attend:
    • Physiotherapists
    • Sports/massage therapists
    • Personal (fitness) trainers
    • Chiropractors
    • Osteopaths
    • Dermatologists/Clinicians
    • Students
    • Other health professionals
  • Accreditation:
    • FASCIQ Fascia Therapy Course: 16 CME hours
  • Requirements:
    • Medical and anatomy experience/background

Course reviews

“We have enjoyed working with various fascia techniques for many years. However, this course provides a huge addition to our existing treatments. In particular the new IASTM treatment method. It is a great asset.”

Marion & Willeke – Physio centre Meander

Authority in educational fascia courses
Course distributed in over 80 countries
 Extensive range of courses

Course outline

Theory:

  • Intro: What is fascia and what do we know so far?
  • Anatomy of the cell
  • Tensegrity model
  • Why to treat fascia? (fascia connection and force transmission)
  • How to treat fascia? (different methods)
  • IASTM background

Theory/Practical part:

  • How to assess fascia
  • How to feel fascia with IASTM tools
  • Assessment and protocol
  • Practical part

How to integrate instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization into your treatment of

  • lower leg and foot
  • upper leg and pelvis
  • Shoulder and arm

FASCIQ® IASTM therapy:

  • A flexible and well-maintained, healthy fascial network.
  • Improved tissue perfusion.
  • Improved range of motion.
  • Mobilization of the soft tissue.
  • Loosening of adhesions in the connective tissue.
  • Treatment of trigger points.
Authority in educational fascia courses
Course distributed in over 80 countries
 Extensive range of courses

Meet our FASCIQ® Fascia Therapy Course instructor

“Jochem has been working as an MTC & FTC instructor since 2008. In the early days of the MTC & FTC he mainly instructed on courses in the Middle East and now he also instructs internationally (Australia, Netherlands, rest of Europe, USA and so on). In Jochem you will find an enthusiastic instructor who loves interaction, is enthusiastic and can appreciate a laugh during his courses.”

kinesiology-taping-course-instructor-jochem

Jochem van der Hoeven

Global MTC kinesiology taping & FTC fascia therapy instructor

IASTM course dates

When: Sat 23 April till Sun 24 April 2022. Part of the 2-day FASCIQ Fascia Therapy Course

Seats: 4 out of 10 seats left

Where: Surf Air Hotel, 923 David Low Way, Marcoola Queensland 4564, Australia (5 minutes from the Sunshine Coast Airport).

Accredited IASTM course

Course distributed in over 80 countries
 Regularly updated course curriculum

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