Every year the Biotensegrity Interest Group (B.I.G.) meet in an informal gathering to investigate advancements, deliver presentations on new research concerning biotensegrity and fascia and review progress for biotensegrity.
In May 2020 the B.I.G. meeting is taking place in Solihull, UK and following this meeting of recognised biotensegrity experts and authorities, we are inviting interested therapists of every stripe to an exciting one day event for all those involved in movement and manual therapies.
We recognise how busy therapists are and how difficult it can be to take two or three days away from a busy practice (not to mention your families) and so we hope you will agree that one day is the perfect option for busy professionals.
This one day event will offer all delegates the unique opportunity to mix with the presenters and speak directly with industry leaders and recognised fascia and biotensegrity experts.
This one day event has the potential to positively change the way you think about human movement, pain mechanisms and therapeutic interventions for your chronic pain patients.
Come away with a renewed enthusiasm for the connected body that is biotensegrity
Become a participant in this growing new paradigm
Engage with world leading experts and put your questions directly to our speakers
We are delighted to announce that our initial Early Bird registrations for the first 50 delegates have now been fully booked. We are extending the Early Bird price of just £139.00 for 25 further registrations at which stage the price will revert to the standard £210.00. Book now to avoid disappointment.
One day- Endless possibilities
This one day event immediately precedes the British Fascia Symposium 2020 which takes place at the same venue on the weekend after the Biotensegrity Summit. For full details please visit the BFS website here.
Packed with essential gems that ensure you not only understand the basic science and foundational principles of biotensegrity but also the most up-to-date observations.
This is a presentation that is a fitting way of capping off 45 years of Dr. Levin’s pioneering work.
This session will give an overview (that is as complete as possible) of the course of a movement: its neurogenic origins, muscle fibre recruitment, the role of connective tissue and its properties, and the different forces used, as well as the control over the movement.
This presentation will provide people new to biotensegrity and those having more experience with the biotensegrity model with an excellent set of science based explanations concerning biotensegrity.