The goal of the course is to learn about the 3 cardinal lines – the superficial back line, the superficial frontline and the lateral line – and how to treat problems, injuries and dysfunctions related to these lines.
For each of the lines we will teach you a range of fascial assessments and learn the principles of myofascial release techniques – techniques that are new and totally different to kinesiology taping techniques.

The course combines Myofascial Taping and the neuro-myofascial system alongside structural and functional anatomy and analysis. We will address differential diagnosis to help identify for motor control or soft tissue restrictions and where they may be coming from to choose the right myofascial release technique. This will relieve pain, restore range of motion and bring back movement efficiency.
This is an exciting and fun workshop delivered with clarity and with your practice in mind – you will have a revolutionary tool to use right after the end of the two days.


Fascia Integration - Module 1




• Learn how to regulate the myofascial tension in
   your clients’ myofascial system
• Learn how to change fascial structures
• Learn how to restore myofascial balance
• Learn how to read and test your client’s fascia,
   postural and movement patterns and how to
   change them
• Learn about the nature of fascia, its functions,
   and its local and global connections in the
   myofascial system
• Learn new differentiated myofascial taping
   release and myofascial taping activation
• Learn how to prevent injury and how to enhance
   sporting performance
• Learn how to facilitate motion, increase range
   and muscle power
• Learn how to rid the body of fascia related
• Learn how to relieve pain quickly and outstandingly
• Enhance your therapy in an effective
   and efficient way...
   ...the myofascial taping way




• New Myofascial Taping method according to
   Markus Erhard
• This is not kinesiology taping
• Integration of latest results of fascia research
• Theory on fascia & the myofascial system
• New Fascia Screening
• Quick and outstanding pain relief
• Fascia Integration in sports
• Evidence based



The course fee includes:

- Course place

- Tape material

- high quality course manual

- Certificate with CPD points

- Value of tape and manual £50



All participants get a long term discount on flexotape® - The MyofascialTape®





Myofascial Taping - Controlling the Myofascial Tension

Within the last few years, various approaches in therapy are fundamentally changing. The main reasons for this are the “new” results from fascia research. They show that fascia plays a much more important role than previously believed. Fascia has influence on pain (Vleeming, A. et al; 2010, Panjabi, MM, 2006; Erhard, M., Brown, J. 2009), attitude (Myers, T. 2009), motion (Erhard, M., Brown, J. 2009), force transmission (Huijing, P, 2007; Myers, T. 2009; Vleeming, A. 2008; Miller, F. 2009), proprioception (Stecco et al., 2009; Van der Wal, 2009; Erhard, M. 2007) and sports performance (Erhard et al., 2011, 2013).
Gradually, these results have started to change the way we diagnose, evaluate, approach and treat musculo-skeletal problems.


Fascia is often the source and solution of myofascial problems 
because myofascial pain syndromes are predominantly depending on the myofascial tension.  
Markus Erhard's taping method presents new therapy approaches that have been developed referring to the latest scientific results of fascia research.  The philosophy, approach and techniques for treatment and injury prevention have intense effects on the fascia to rid the body of restrictions, dysfunctions and especially to reduce pain, significantly.

Markus will speak about the “language of fascia” and will explain how physiological effects are achieved and why physical health, posture, and efficient movement are highly dependent on a balanced myofascial tension.



But most valuable of all the new techniques have a quick and outstanding pain-relieving effect for myofascial pain syndromes leading to a pain free posture and motion.