Monthly Member Webinar

As part of your membership, we are delighted to run a monthly members webinar to explore a different element of fascia.  See the details below for this month’s instalment.

Event type


Members Webinar


7 pm BST


23rd June 2022 - 19:00 UK time

Practical details

Date: Thursday 23rd June

Time: 19.00 - 20.00 UK time. Check your timezone here

Presenter: Robert Libbey

Title: Fascial and Neurological Connections Within and Extending from the Cervical Spine


Please note that these webinars will be uploaded to the Members' Area within three days of screening for your unlimited access.

Webinar Outline:

This live Zoom webinar offers, this month, a presentation on Fascial and Neurological Connections Within and Extending from the Cervical Spine.

What you will learn:

Clinicians will:·      gain an understanding of the fascial and neurological connections within and extending from the C/S·      gain knowledge of the neurological connections of the C/S to brachial plexus, diaphragm and latissimus dorsi·      understanding of how Referred Pain occurred according to the neurophysiological model of referred pain,·      be educated on the documented ligamentous/joint tissue pain referral patterns for the C/S,·      understand the neurological innervations for the joint tissues of the C/S,·      will understand how joint tissue injuries occur and affect both the PNS and CNS,·      understand how joint tissue injuries cause Ligamentomuscular reflex patterns of dysfunction and Arthrogenic muscular inhibition

Presenter Bios:


Robert Libbey has been a registered massage therapist (RMT) in Canada for over twenty-seven years and an educator for over twenty years. He regularly speaks and instructs "Ligamentous Articular Strain Technique" at national, international and online Massage/Physiotherapy conferences. He is the author of "Ligament Pain Referral Patterns" documenting current knowledge and understanding of pain, the neurophysiological model of referred pain, neurological innervations and pain referral patterns for axial and peripheral joint capsules/ligaments. Robert maintains a full-time practice while he continues investigating, developing, training, and educating clinicians around the globe. Robert can be contacted at:

Robert Libbey RMT (002) pic

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