Human Anatomy Dissection Course Cremona Italy

Fascia Focused Dissection Retreat

Join a team of the world’s most respected authorities in fascia anatomy and science for a three day exploration of human form and function, through the fascia lens.

About our Fascia Focused Human Antomy Dissection Retreat

  • Italy
  • On Campus Learning
  • Weekdays
  • 3 Days

Trecchi Human Academy in Italy is where we deliver an unparalleled retreat that focuses on human anatomy dissection and fascia exploration. Led by a team of world-renowned anatomists, the course provides an in-depth look at the intricate fascial network that connects all parts of the body.

Participants will have the unique opportunity to experience hands-on dissection and explore the fascia system with the guidance of expert tutors. The course will start at 9 am and run until 5 pm each day, with day one requiring an 8:30 am registration.

The course features daily presentations from the team of experts, followed by time in the dissection lab where participants will have the chance to dissect human cadavers. Through this exploration of the fascia system, participants will gain a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of the body and how the fascial network influences movement, posture, and overall health.

This course is ideal for healthcare professionals, movement practitioners, neuromuscular therapists, and anyone interested in human anatomy dissection and fascia exploration. It offers a unique opportunity to expand knowledge and understanding of the human body and how to apply this knowledge in everyday practice.

Overall, the Fascia Focused Dissection Retreat in Italy offers an unparalleled educational experience that focuses on the fascinating and complex fascia system, providing an opportunity to deepen understanding and expertise in human anatomy dissection.

What our gradutes say!

Some unsolicited testimonials from our graduates from over the years.
" If you understand the principles you can apply them in any situation "
Wilbour Kelsick
Dissection Attendee
" The amount of information I learned is greater than what I have learned in the past 10 years "
Steve Ganjemi
Dissection Attendee
" I feel a personal debt of gratitude to you all "
Patty Pinto
Dissection Attendee
" Pilates educator and event organiser from Sacramento California "
Nora St. John
Dissection Attendee
" I love this, I've been in my element and feel so comfortable "
Nikki Chrysostomou
Dissection Attendee
" I'm blown away - the level of dedication and passion is amazing "
May Kesler
Dissection Attendee
" As the science advances I have to learn more "
Madeline Black
Dissection Attendee
" This is priceless in terms of the gift that the cadavers give us "
Linda Currie
Dissection Attendee

Schedule and Locations

Information
General regsitration for this course is now open!
Good Availability
Cremona, Italy
Trecchi Human Academy, Cremona, Italy
Weekday Course
June 26, 2024

Full details for the Human Anatomy Dissection Course Cremona Italy Course

Get all the information about our Fascia Focused Italy Dissection Course. (Remember there's even more info in the FAQ section below).

Objectives

Below are some of the objectives for this dissection course

  • To provide participants with the opportunity to engage in hands-on dissection of human cadavers, allowing them to observe and explore the form and structure of the body.
  • To promote a comprehensive appreciation of the anatomical relationships within the human body, including identifying the different compartments and virtual spaces and their contents.
  • To enhance participants’ understanding of the interconnected nature of form within the body, including the relationship between different systems and structures.
  • To identify the specialisation of fascial and osseofascial structures within the body, with consideration of mechanotransduction, embryology and tensegrity.
  • To facilitate practical discussion of fascial concepts on the cadaver, allowing participants to deepen their understanding of the function and role of fascia in the body.
  • To enable participants to work collaboratively to produce bespoke anatomical fascial specimens for educational purposes, further enhancing their knowledge and understanding of the fascial system.

Fees

The fee for the Fascia Focused Dissection Retreat is as follows:

Standard Registration – €2,790.00

Earlybird Registration – €2,590.00

Individuals can register by paying a deposit of €500.00 with the balance of €2,090.00 due by 5pm on February 29th 2024.

Bookings after February 29th 2024 can only be made by paying the full fee of €2,790.00.

Online booking is carried out via PayPal with payment processed in EURO.

Please contact our office of administration on +353 (1) 8827777 if you require further information or wish to speak to John Sharkey before making your booking.

Eligibility

The Fascia Focused Dissection Retreat is a unique and exciting opportunity for individuals who are passionate about learning more about the fascia system and human anatomy. This course is designed to be accessible to everyone, from healthcare professionals to movement practitioners, researchers, and students.

Participants will benefit from a world-class faculty of anatomists and fascia specialists who have decades of experience in their field. The expert tutors will guide participants through an immersive learning experience that combines classroom instruction with hands-on dissection of human cadavers.

This retreat is suitable for individuals with a range of interests and backgrounds. If you are a healthcare professional, you will gain a deeper understanding of the body’s interconnectedness and how the fascial system influences movement, posture, and overall health. If you are a movement practitioner, you will learn about the role of fascia in movement and how to apply this knowledge to your practice.

The course is also ideal for researchers who want to gain a deeper understanding of the fascia system, its specialisations, and the role it plays in the body’s mechanics. Students will benefit from a comprehensive and hands-on learning experience that will complement and expand upon their academic studies.

The course is designed to be inclusive and supportive, with a focus on collaboration and teamwork. Participants will have the opportunity to work together to produce bespoke anatomical fascial specimens for educational purposes, further enhancing their knowledge and understanding of the fascial system.

Overall, the Fascia Focused Dissection Retreat is an exceptional opportunity for individuals with a keen interest in fascia and human anatomy to gain a comprehensive understanding of the body and its intricate fascial network. Whether you are a healthcare professional, movement practitioner, researcher, or student, this course will provide you with an immersive and transformative learning experience.

Syllabus

Here’s a suggested syllabus for the three-day dissection course:

Day One:

Presentation
Dissection in the lab with a focus on the fascia system and its connections
Q&A and personal enquiry time

Day Two:

Presentation
Dissection in the lab with a focus on the fascial and osseofascial structures
Q&A and personal enquiry time

Day Three:

Presentation
Dissection in the lab with a focus on the fascia system and the role of fascia in movement
Q&A and personal enquiry time

Throughout the three days, there will be a special focus on the subject of Embryological Origins and BioTensegrity architecture. The course will explore the concept of the body as a tensioned network that relies on tensegrity organisation to grow and change. Participants will learn how movement and form are interconnected and how the body responds to loading history.

The dissection course will be highly practical, with participants working with human cadavers under the guidance of clinical anatomists and experienced dissectors. There will be ample time for questions and personal inquiry, allowing participants to deepen their understanding of the body and the fascia system.

Overall, this three-day dissection course provides a unique opportunity for participants to explore the human form and gain a comprehensive understanding of the role of fascia in movement and overall health. The course will be highly practical, immersive and led by experienced tutors, making it a transformative educational experience.

Schedule

Day one of the dissection course will be a full day, starting with registration at 8.30am and ending at 5pm. The first day will be a comprehensive introduction to the course, providing participants with an overview of the human body and the importance of the fascia system.

On day two and three, the course will begin at 9am and end at 5pm each day. These days will be highly practical, with participants moving into the dissection room after a short presentation. Under the guidance of experienced clinical anatomists and dissectors, participants will explore specific areas of the body, with a focus on the fascia system and its role in movement and overall health.

Throughout the course, there will be ample time for questions and personal enquiry, allowing participants to deepen their understanding of the body and the fascia system. The course will be highly immersive, with participants working with human cadavers and gaining practical experience in dissection.

In addition to the practical dissection, the course will also provide participants with a deeper understanding of embryological origins and BioTensegrity architecture. The course will explore how the body responds to loading history and how movement and form are interconnected.

Overall, the course provides a unique opportunity for participants to gain a comprehensive understanding of the human body and the fascia system. The practical, hands-on approach of the course, coupled with the expertise of the faculty, makes it a transformative educational experience.

Please note that the content, presenters, schedule etc. may be subject to change.

Meet The Team

John Sharkey MSc, who leads the course, is a Clinical Anatomist, Exercise Physiologist, and a recognised authority in Living tensegrity and fascia science (Fasciategrity).

Joining John, in Cremona 2024 will be Dr Joanne Avison, Dr Karen Kirkness, Dr Wilbour Kelsick and Mark Flannigan ensuring participants gain a very personal and life-changing experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

The National Training Centre have been delivering respected educational programmes since 1985 and during that time we have had many questions asked by potential students before registration. Here you can find the answers to the questions we receive most often.

This course is open to all individuals with a keen interest in fascia and human anatomy.

Due to the nature of dissection courses whereby many items, including cadavers, must be booked and paid for at least six months ahead of the scheduled course date, the refund policy is as follows:.

Where written notice of non-participation is received, fees will be refunded on the following scale:

  • Twelve weeks or more before the course start date – 80% refund
  • Less than twelve weeks before the course start date – 0% refund

Refunds cannot be considered in any circumstances less than twelve weeks before the course start date. All fees must be paid in full at least 12 weeks before the course starting date.

In some instances refunds will have the the payment processing company’s transaction fee deducted from any amount due. This occurs when the payment processor will not refund the transaction fee to NTC. In instances where the payment processor do refund the transaction fee to NTC this will also be refunded.

You should not book any non-refundable travel or accommodation until the NTC office of administration has confirmed the course. This will be done once the minimum required number of registrations has been received. Dissection courses are generally oversubscribed and confirmation of the course is generally issued many months in advance.

Our dissection courses offer a mix of fixation methods depending on the venue. This can range from fresh from frozen, Theil Soft Fixed and the more traditional Formalin and Formaldehyde method of fixation. We reserve the right to make changes to the fixation if necessary.

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