Continuing Education Course: Self Myofascial Release for Professionals


Anthony Chrisco, developer of The Fascianation Method and The Fascianator roller will teach participants of this course:

*Modern definitions of fascia as laid out by the International Congress of Fascia Research.

*The history and goals of the International Congress of Fascia Research and the Fascia Research Society.

*Modern approach to anatomical dissection including the various fascial structures that were once ignored and how they play a part in the biomechanics of the body.

*The new physiological discoveries of the fascia, how these functions can affect human performance when not taken care of and the physiological effects and wellness benefits of fascial care.

*The psychological considerations to be aware of when administering the Fascianation Method of self-myofascial release.

*Contraindications that would preclude someone from taking part in a Fascianation Method session.

*A bottom to top practical application of all the techniques contained within the Fascination Method from the bottom of the foot up to the sub-occipital muscles of the neck and out tot the tips of the fingers.


The Fascianation Method ® is a process of self-care. Fascial restrictions are the root of aches and pains associated with aging and dysfunctional movement patterns.Self-Myofascial Release (SMR) also known as rolling the body, alleviates immobility and pain related to tight muscles.SMR improves blood and lymphatic circulation and increases range of motion in the joints. At the same time, because fascia is interwoven down to the cellular level, The  Fascianation Method®, a trademarked toe-to-head rolling process helps orchestrate an internal milieu necessary for our bodies to function and heal efficiently. Like a well- functioning car, our bodies require maintenance such as movement, proper alignment , nutrient intake and delivery , filtration, and  removal of waste and toxins.

Target Audience

Strength and Conditioning Specialists • Athletic Trainers • Personal Trainers • Massage Therapists • Physical Therapists • Occupational Therapists • Chiropractors • Medical Massage Therapists •Physical Therapy Assistants • Pilates Instructors • Yoga Instructors

Level of Difficulty

Participants must have a working knowledge of human anatomy. Degrees in the sports sciences field are recommended but not required. Currently, this course has been taken by individuals ranging from graduate/professional level education to associate degree holders and certified fitness and movement instructors.

This course is applicable to both Essential and Advanced levels of difficulty.

CEUs Offered

0.4 CEUs (4 contact hours) are offered upon successful completion of this course. CEUs can be used for credit towards ACE, AFAA, and NASM recertification.

Course Fees 

Course registration fee is $615 and includes:

The Fascianator® roller, The Fascianator 2020 Instructional Video, 4 Hour Lecture/Practical , 2 x 1hour followup sessions









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