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Gary has over 30 years of experience in movement, physical training, anatomical study and bodywork practices. With a background in athletics, martial arts, yoga and manual therapies, he has studied with many inspiring teachers, including Mary Stewart, Sophy Hoare, Peter Blackaby, John Stirk, Vanda Scaravelli and Diane Long. He has also studied Shiatsu, Chi Kung & Chi Ne Tsang and Craniosacral Therapy. He started the Natural Bodies Centre in 1991 to teach ease and kinesthetic awareness in many movement disciplines. In 2001 he began co-teaching on Anatomy Trains courses with Tom Myers in the UK and USA. He has lectured in Movement Anatomy and Fascial Anatomy for yoga teacher trainings, pilates teacher trainings, massage schools, hospital physiotherapists, dance trainings and martial arts trainings. Over the past 15 years Gary has run anatomy courses in England, Scotland, Ireland, Europe and Brazil. He has also run yoga teacher trainings and the Science of Movement course at Middlesex University from 2007- 2011. Gary studied dissection at the Institute of Anatomy in Vienna and with Gil Hedley, and he runs dissection studies for the student teachers of his anatomy of movement courses at Gunter Von Hagens’ Plastinarium in Germany. He is also part of the Fascial Net Plastination Project and is lead dissector and designer to create the world’s first fascial human plastinate to be unveiled at the Fascia Research World Congress, Montreal in 2022.
Anne qualified as a Physiotherapist in Denmark in 1995, and in Craniosacral Therapy with CTET in 2004. She has extensive experience in physiotherapy, having worked in the NHS (hospital and outpatient clinics) as well as in the private health sector. She is the lead physiotherapist of a busy private health clinic in North London, where she also practices Craniosacral Therapy. Anne is an active Committee member of CTACP (Craniosacral Therapy Association of Chartered Physiotherapists), and her other passions are her family, her garden and allotment, knitting and occasional drumming. She has been teaching our Living Anatomy courses for the past 10 years.
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