Please be patient with me, folks. Threw up this list when I realized I had recommended that you visit my website for a list of courses...but had not yet posted an actual list :::face palm::: Here's the quick and dirty:

-RockTape (FMT): As a RockTape instructor I both teach and have taken all of the RockTape courses. FMT Basic/Performance changed my life and the way I practice. I know it may sound a bit extreme, but it was exactly what I needed at that time and it opened my eyes to a ton of other resources.  All of our courses are excellent. Our most recent addition to the series is FMT Blades, our IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization) course. Or, as we like to call it IANSM (Instrument Assisted Neurosensory Modulation). 

-Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA): One of the first courses I took as a new grad. It has totally shaped how I assess and view the body.

-Functional Movement Screen (FMS) - this is online and not nearly as good as the SFMA, but did get a few pearls out of it

-Stop Chasing Pain (SCP) - Primal Movement Chains: Moving Beyond Mobility - An awesome 2 day course put on by my mentor, Dr. Perry Nickelston. Talking all things movement.

-Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) - Andreo Spina's hugely popular course. Totally blowing up right now. The FRC course focuses on movement while his FR courses focus on manual techniques. I have no real desire to take his manual course.

-NeuroKinetic Therapy (NKT) - I've only taken level 1, but I can see how it can serve as an excellent addition to what I'm already doing. 

-Postural Restoration Institute (PRI) - They have 3 different basic courses, I've done the online course for Postural Respiration. They are THE breathing folks. 

-Hermann and Wallace - pelvic floor courses; obviously most applicable for folks looking to get into pelvic floor treatment 

-Pelvic Guru Courses and Mentorships - Created by Tracy Sher as an incredibly informative resource for pelvic floor issues, Tracy has expanded and begun teaching courses and mentoring students. Definitely a must for those interested in ep

-IPA (Institute of Physical Art) Visceral Functional Mobilization (VFM) - tied in nicely with my pelvic floor stuff but is truly appropriate for any practitioner. We MUST pay more attention to the gut. 

NOI Courses - Based out of Australia, they're leading the way in terms of pain science and treating. David Butler and Lorimer Mosely are the two biggest names, and Explain Pain is a book that every clinician should have. 

-When the Feet Hit the Ground -  I took this course quite a few years ago as a new grad but it was an excellent introduction to gait and the like

 

Stay tuned for more...