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Professional Courses and Workshops

Kathryn is a certified teacher for Anatomy Trains and art of motion. She offers professional continuing education workshops in integral anatomy and fascia focused movement. 

Kathryn Martin has always been interested in structure, mechanics, and the interaction of our humanity, space, and function. These interests inspired her study of Engineering and English Literature, but it wasn’t until she began studying human movement that these dual interests came together. Integral movement and anatomy with a fascial focus united her interests in structure, function, and the human condition. Kathryn is inspired daily by the empowering capacity of mindful movement practices to support function, comfort, health, trust, and strength in one’s entire being.  She aims to motivate and empower others by exciting their curiosity and joy in their own bodies and support other teachers to do the same.


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Anatomy Trains in Motion 

Anatomy Trains in Motion is an in-depth course for movement and bodywork professionals who love integral anatomy and body-minded exercise applications that relate to real-life in all of its dimensions. This resource-oriented education focuses on the qualities of Thomas W. Myers’ Anatomy Trains concept that enhance everyday functionality and vitality as well as somatic resourcefulness; therefore self-healing.

Anatomy Trains in Motion has been officially recognised by Thomas W. Myers from Anatomy Trains.
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Anatomy Trains in Motion has been developed by Karin Gurtner specifically for movement professionals who want to broaden their professional horizon and skills in anatomy and structural integration through movement.

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Slings Essentials

Slings Essentials is a rich course for movement and bodywork professionals who want to understand fascia in motion comprehensively. The course days revolve all around fascia, its properties, its role in movement and how to train fascia consciously with a diverse and body-minded strategy.

The course begins with the functional definition of fascia, 4 movement relevant differentiations within the fascial system and the 6 guiding principles of the Slings Myofascial Training education.

12 science-informed fascial qualities form the main part of the education. Metaphorically speaking, they are the defined, yet interconnected elements that create the tensegral structure of Slings Essentials. Derived from the fascial qualities are 12 myofascial training techniques and 12 overarching training aims, which are also covered in the course.

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Introductory Workshops

The Anatomy Trains in Motion Introductory Workshop


This workshop is for movement professionals and therapists who would like to get an insight into the Anatomy Trains body map as it relates to fascia-focused movement training. The in-depth understanding of contemporary functional anatomy you receive will benefit both you and your clients, adding new dimension to your personal practice, teaching, and therapy work.

The Slings Myofascial Training Introductory Workshop


This workshop is for movement professionals and therapists who would like an introduction to fascia-focused movement training. Get an insight into muscle-focused vs. fascia-focused training, fascial movement qualities, specific training techniques, and training aims. Bring theory into practice with movement examples and a Slings in Motion master class.

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The course days are filled with a broad spectrum of diverse exercises and movement sequences. The focus is on 2 highly influential myofascial meridians of the Anatomy Trains body map, namely the:

Supportive and persevering Superficial Back Line.
Uplifting and protective Superficial Front Line.

The resource-oriented repertoire comprises a contrasting blend of:

  • Differentiated and integrated exercises in all body positions.

  • Slow and deep, dynamic and rhythmic, stimulating and invigorating, as well as mellow and melting exercises and movement sequences.

  • Exercise variations with and without props.

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