The field of myofascial science is changing rapidly. In The Myofascial System in Form and Movement, Lauri Nemetz invites readers into the rich dialogue around movement, delving into anatomy, concepts of space, and the many other disciplines that are taking interest in the myofascial universe.
Nemetz uses insights from our spatial relationship with the world to examine the human body, giving voice to the ideas and work of leaders in this area and prompting readers to develop their own ideas, as well as offering application suggestions to discover in your own body or with others.
With an extensive background in art history, myofascial movement, anatomical dissection and more, Nemetz uses her wealth of experience to weave together the many facets of this evolving area in a visually rich and thought-provoking book.
A leading dissector in the field of myofascial anatomy, including the Fascial Net Plastination Project, Lauri Nemetz conducts anatomy and movement workshops that integrate art history and science communication with sophistication and fun. Lauri is an Adjunct Professor at Pace University and guest at Rush Medical, a certified yoga therapist and past President of the Yoga Teacher’s Association, as well as a licensed Creative Arts Therapist, a Stott Pilates instructor, and an occasional kayak guide!