John Sharkey provides short and longer educational courses, workshops and classes and keynote presentations with a key focus on his model of Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st Century. If your professional school or organisation is involved in manual or movement courses or events then this new vision of anatomy and motion is an exciting and motivational paradigm shift that will benefit your community. 2019/20 are shaping up to be transformative years concerning John’s leading research on fascia and his ground breaking developments in Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st Century. 2018 finished on an amazing high note as John completed a whirlwind compilation of keynote presentations in Canada and Europe including seeing the Fascia Net Plastination Project (FNPP) being exhibited at the Fascia Research Congress in Berlin, Germany.
In June 2019 John will be joined by his biotensegrity colleagues for the unique Biotensegrity focused full body Thiel soft fix dissection course which runs over three days June 27th, 28th and 29th at the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification, University of Dundee, Scotland.
Invited speakers at this special three day event will include orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Jean-Claude Guimberteau (strolling under the skin), pathologist Dr. Neil Theise (Interstitium), embryologist Dr Jaap van der Wal (fascia sparring dissection), Anatomist Dr. Vladimir Chereminskiy (plastination).
Regular biotensegrity team members include Clinical Anatomist John Sharkey, Surgeon Dr. Gil Mendez, with biotensegrity interest group experts Joanne Avison, Leonid Blum, Graham Scarr and Dr. Wilbour Kelsick.
This unique three day dissection course takes place at the College of Life Sciences, Department of Anatomy and Human Identification at the University of Dundee, Scotland.
Come join us this summer 2019 when a group of world-renowned experts including specialists from embryology, biomechanical engineering, molecular biodynamics, anatomy, anatomopathology, Yoga, Pilates, Neuromuscular Therapy, Osteopathy, Biotensegrity gather in Dundee University to propose a new concept of living matter underpinned by the model of Biotensegrity.
Participants on the course will be invited to ask questions and share their vision with this panel of recognised internationally respected authorities.
Following this inaugural meeting it is proposed that the consensus from this gathering of leading scientific minds will be submitted to the scientific press.
Time and care has been taken to give due consideration to achieving the right mix of dissection investigation supported by educational and informative presentations by respected pioneers and leaders in the world of anatomy, medicine, movement and manual therapies.