Laurice D. Nemetz

Laurice D. Nemetz, MA, BC-DMT, LCAT, ERYT500, C-IAYT

Lauri is an Adjunct Professor at Pace University (NY), Visiting Associate Professor Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Rush University Medical Center (Chicago), a licensed Creative Arts Therapist, a member of the American Association for Anatomy, a board-certified member of the Academy of Dance/Movement Therapists, a Yoga Alliance yoga teacher and education provider at the 500-hour level, a Stott Pilates instructor, certified yoga therapist (IAYT) and provider and former faculty for Anatomy Trains ® and Anatomy Trains ® Dissections. She co-leads and guests internationally for anatomy dissection projects including the Fascia Net Plastination Project and Anatomic Excellence. She is the author of The Myofascial System in Form and Movement (Handspring Publishing, 2023) and a contributor to The Anatomy of Yoga Coloring Book (Staugaard-Jones and Nemetz, North Atlantic Books, 2022) as well as other books and numerous articles. She has presented internationally including at Harvard Medical, Oxford University, and at conferences for the American Association for Anatomy and more. She is currently a Ph.D. student at Eastern Virginia Medical School working on a degree with a concentration in Contemporary Human Anatomy Education.


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Inner and outer architecture

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Creating Fascial Organs: Exposing Organs’ Fascial MatrixCreating Fascial Organs: Exposing Organs’ Fascial Matrix

Discover the progress of creating Fascial Organ Models to expose fascial web. Learn what revealing organs' fascial matrix means for future research and study.


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