Dec. 12, 2011
-- Austin, TX (December 12, 2011) -- Myofascial Stretch Therapist Suzi Alderete, author of the The Pelvic Handbook, will teach two courses -- “Anatomy and Physiology” and “Kinesiology”
-- at Austin Community College in January.
said the chance to expand her own understanding of the field and interact with inquisitive college students was a factor in her decision.
“It’s a tremendous opportunity to blend my own academic knowledge with the experience I have gained in the field as a myofascial stretch therapist,” said Alderete, who intends to maintain her practice at Centerline Studio
. “I’m also excited about interacting with college students, many of which who want to create a career as a healer and therapist.”
In addition to The Pelvic Handbook, which is available at her site as an eBook as well as in hard copy form, Alderete is working on another book, more details of which will become available in early 2012.
“There’s more collaboration than ever in the area of myofascial stretching , which is terrific news for athletes who are in pain, or are striving to maximize their performance on the field of play,” said Alderete. “Austin is the epicenter for this collaboration.”
About Suzi Alderete
Suzi Alderete is a leader in the use of myofascial stretching to provide relief from acute and chronic injuries that arise from athletic activity as well as enhance performance through increased range of motion. Her academic credentials include an exercise science degree from Northern Arizona University and training at the nationally-known Stretch to Win Clinic in Phoenix. But it is her hands-on experience in working with elite athletes that has been most valuable. Since moving to Austin, Alderete has worked with countless competitive cyclists and runners who have come to appreciate her talent. She continues to stay atop of her field, participating in multiple workshops taught by Thomas Meyers, author of “The Anatomy Trains,” and Ann and Chris Frederick, creators of The Stretch to Win System. The Myofascial Stretch Therapy Facebook page can be found at: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Myofascial-Stretch-Thera...