|Current Session Rate: $110
She is Nationally Board Certified and is Certified by both the St. John Method of Neuromuscular Therapy and the International Academy of Neuromuscular Therapies (American NMT). She holds an Advanced certification in TMJ Dysfunction
from the Institute for Temporomandibular Studies and a BFA from the University of Tennessee. A founding member of the Fascial
Research Society, she certified as an Associate
Teacher of Anatomy Trains Myofascial Meridians in 2012 in association with Tom Myers/Kinesis, and MyoFascial Movement.
Her studies with Paul St. John include the Neuromuscular Components of Scoliosis, and Advanced Cervical Stabilization. Also Certified
in Advanced Medical Massage & Assessment Skills for Low Back & Neck pain, Rebecca is a perpetual student of functional
anatomy, holistic treatment skills, and the Neuro Sciences. Rebecca
integrates the techniques of top professionals Tom Myers/Anatomy Trains Myofascial Integration, Paul St. John, James Waslaski/Orthopedic Massage, Erik Dalton/MyoSkeletal Alignment, and David Weinstock (NKT) into her unique and effective approach to pain relief
and postural restoration at the Nashville Neuromuscular Center.
In the field of corrective exercise, Rebecca
has completed training in ForceCouple Relationships, Scientific Core Conditioning & Back Stabilization with the Paul
Chek Institute. She was Certified by Egoscue University® as a Posture Alignment Specialist (PAS2) in
2011, Chek Certified Golf Biomechanic, and maintained
NFPT Fitness Trainer Certification from 1999 through 2016. Her Posture Fitness approach incorporates and
blends these corrective movement techniques, along with those from Stuart McGill, Tom Myers' Fascial Fitness, Moshe
Feldenkrais, Joseph Pilates, yoga disciplines, Katy Bowman, Ida Rolf, & Janet Travell.
She has completed certification in KinesioTaping and often uses taping techniques to enhance the results of her neuro-myo-fascial hands-on sessions.
Rebecca occasionally conducts presentations for
the Nashville community focusing on body structure, posture, biomechanics and their relationship
to pain and dysfunction. She is recognized for her outstanding performance in teaching Tennessee Educators during the Tennessee
Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and in her presentations to the St. Thomas Hospital Wellness
Services. Pain is often the effect of a postural cause, and it can be changed. Rebecca excels in turning this
serious topic of anatomy and biomechanics into a less-daunting, much lighter, "Oh, now I get it!" epiphany for her
audience. Her ongoing passion is to help people realize that they have control over their bodies in the same way they have
control over their external environments. She
has a keen professional interest and a personal passion for her subject.
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