A few years ago I used to teach Anatomy, Physiology, Holistic Massage, Sports Massage and Advanced Massage Techniques at different colleges in North London while running my own small teaching workshops.
I will be always grateful to my Rolfing teachers Giovanni Felicioni, Fuensanta Muñoz De la Cruz, Rita Geirola and Keith Graham, who have been not only an inmense source of clinical knowledge but above all, of inspiration and passion to continue learning and growing as a practitioner in this path.
And also to my Feldenkrais teachers Scott Clark, Elisabeth Beringer and Paul Newton for having introduced me to the fascinating world of the Feldenkrais Method.
Over the years, I have attended many post-graduate courses in different approaches to manual therapy, although it was always the Rolfing/Structural Integration perspective that resonated with me the most since I became a bodyworker. So, even though Rolfing training did not exist in the UK yet, I tried to study with as many Rolfers as I could, travelling to the Estates and joining postgraduate classes taught by rolfers coming to teach to the UK mainly from the Estates.
One of the first and best teachers I am very grateful to have found is Art Riggs. He is a rolfer and runs courses all over the world. If you are interested in deep tissue work and have the chance of attending any of his classes I am sure you won't regret it. He is such a great teacher with such a great heart!
Another rolfer I took classes with whenever he came to the UK is Noah Karrasch. He has developed his own method called CORE bodywork.
James Earls was also one of my first teachers in postgrad classes. He is a Structural Integration practitioner that trained with Tom Myers and the co-author of a fantastic book called "Born to walk". He founded "ultimate massage solutions" which offers excellent classes in body reading, anatomy trains, etc. and other material.
The North London School of Sports Massage (NLSSM) runs great courses with knowledgeable and experienced tutors. I had the pleasure of teaching there for few months when the school was first started.
There are also great teachers at the London School of Sports Massage (LSSM) where I originally qualified in sports/remedial massage and in myofascial release work.