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Anatomy Courses and Tutoring

Foundational Skills for Structural Medicine

Foundational Skills will focus on the anatomy and physiology relevant to the practice of Structural Medicine as well as palpation and visual assessment skills. Students will also receive an introduction to Myofascial Length Testing (MFLT) and Anatomy Trains (myofascial meridians).

This 70 hour course is designed with future Structural Medicine students in mind but it is open to and appropriate for anyone interested in an introductory musculoskeletal anatomy course.

Course Fee: $1,200


New Course starts February, 2022

Mondays, Feb 28th - May 9th 4-9pm in Seattle at the Earlywine Structural Medicine Studio

March 18-20 - 3 day intensive at the Institute of Structural Medicine in Twisp, WA


Dates:  Feb 28, March 7, 14

Mar 18 - 20 (3 day intensive in Twisp)

March 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9

Please email Stacy to register.  A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your spot.  Class size is limited to 8 students.

Private or Small Group Anatomy Tutoring

Are you a student studying musculoskeletal anatomy and looking for a little extra help?  Do you teach yoga or practice massage or pilates and wish you knew your anatomy better? Are you just a curious person interested in learning more about how your body moves?

Private tutoring in musculoskeletal anatomy, visual assessment skills and Myofascial Length Testing is available to meet your needs. Reach out to discuss how I can help.  

Tutoring sessions begin at $60/hr.  Discounts available for small groups.

"Stacy's Foundational Skills Anatomy class was a dream come true. I learned more than I have ever learned in other anatomy classes. There are many reasons for this, chief of which is that Stacy is a very dedicated, organized, thoughtful and fun instructor. She held the class in her lovely work studio, and thus the learning atmosphere was beautiful, laid-back and comfortable. Our class size was small and allowed for us to go deeper than we could have in a larger group setting. There is of course a lot of memorization involved with learning anatomy, but Stacy consistently provided ways to make us think beyond just rote memorization: using games, song, mnemonics, kinesthetics, etc., she created an atmosphere where we had multiple ways to retain the information. I felt part of a team of learners and the atmosphere was collaborative, drawing on each of our different ways of integrating what we were studying. I cannot recommend this class enough!"  - Veronica D, Yoga teacher

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