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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.


Anatomy Trains in Motion

Introductory Workshop

March 26 12pm EST

The Anatomy Trains in Motion Introductory Workshop is for movement professionals and therapists who would like to get an insight into the Anatomy Trains body map in relation to fascia-focused movement training. During this introductory workshop, you get tangible insights into the Anatomy Trains in Motion concept. ...


A Six Pack Won't Help

A unconventional concept of core for back health

April 6, 2022 10:30am - 12pm

Training your abs is a fantastic way to support a healthy back. But often traditional abdominal strengthening exercises like sit ups irritate the back leading to more discomfort. 


Abdominal strength alone is not the answer and nuance within abdominal strengthening is the key to its effectiveness. ...


Anatomy Trains in Motion

June 2 - 4, 2023 9am-5pm

Anatomy Trains in Motion is an in-depth 3-day 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 ...

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