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Downloadable Fuzz Flier!

Learn, understand and apply practical knowledge of the role of fascia in healthy movement!

$120 USD PLEASE ENROLL NOW: Space is infinite, but venue capacities are limited!!

What's The Fuzz? The Amazing Stories Our Bodies Tell About Healthy Movement, Living Relationships, and Our Vast Human Potential~

TO ENROLL: Scroll down and select your class location from the drop down menu beneath the images to the left where you see your chosen city and date listed, then click the "Enroll" button (if you have difficulties, try on computer instead of phone)! Specific venue information will be posted below as it becomes available :-)

CREDITS: 4 CE credits for the NCBTMB, Florida Massage Board, and/or PMA.

THE COURSE: 1pm to 5pm

Through a keynote presentation featuring the latest images from my work in the dissection laboratory, our environment and culture, as well as Q and A interactions, we will explore the textural layers of the human form, particularly the connective tissues and fascia in their relationships, and their role in movement.

The presentation will include, and add significantly, to the material I developed for the 2016 British Fascia Symposium on the role of fascia in healthy movement and stuck movement.

We will also heighten our awareness and appreciation of ourselves from the inside out, and learn the basic principles of relationship that support our health, our movement, and our connections both within and among us.

OUTCOMES: Participants will:

FOR WHOM: The uncommon perspectives we will explore make the course appropriate for all who have a desire to understand their body and to experience their inner and outer relationships more fully, including:

Some of the images which will be shared are intense. If you are prepared to look deeply within the human body, and into yourself, you've come to the right place!

TUITION: $120 USD. Book your spot now! Space is infinite, but the venue-capacities are limited! :)


TO ENROLL: Select your class location from the drop down menu beneath the image where you see your chosen city and date listed, then click the "Enroll" button (if you have difficulties, try on computer instead of phone)! :-)

Group Discount Info: Sign up a group of 5-10 IN ONE TRANSACTION, and I'll rebate the enroller 10% of total to distribute back to the group. Sign up 11-15 IN ONE TRANSACTION for a 20% rebate, or 16+ tuitions IN ONE TRANSACTION for a 25% rebate on total. You may not add folks to your group one by one after the fact and keep getting the discount, which defeats the purpose of a group enrollment, where you enroll everyone as a group! Just be sure to email denise (@) gilhedley (dot) com and give her a listing of all the names, and emails, of the group enrolling so that she can be sure to get them all registered and in the information loop. Easy peasy!!

Upcoming 2017 "What's the Fuzz!?" Event Dates, Times, Locations, Directions

Asheville, NC, August 20, 1-5pm: Double Tree Hotel, 115 Hendersonville Rd, Asheville, NC 28803. Free onsite parking.

Nashville, TN, August 23, 1-5pm: Hyatt Place Nashville/Downtown, 301 3rd Ave. South, Nashville, TN 37201. Parking on street and in nearby lots, or valet/self park for fee at hotel.

St. Louis, MO, August 25, 1-5pm: Forest Park Forever Visitor and Education Center, Learning Lab, 5595 Grand Dr, St. Louis, MO 63112.

Chicago, IL, August 28, 1-5pm: The Field Museum, Montgomery Ward Lecture Hall, 1400 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60605. (Yes, you get to go to the museum on me!!) Parking is kind of expensive, consider taking public transportation!

Lansing, MI, August 30, 1-5pm: Lansing Community College West Campus, Auditorium, 5708 Cornerstone Dr, Lansing, MI 48917, PARKING IS FREE in campus lot, woot!!

Cincinnati, OH, September 1, 1-5pm: University of Cincinnati, Tangeman University Center (TUC) (Campus Map locating TUC and Parking Garages, $10/day ), Room 400 B.

Pittsburgh, PA, September 4, 1-5pm: University of Pittsburgh, University Club, 123 University Pl, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. Parking information here.

Erie, PA, September 6, 1-5pm: Blasco Public Library, Hirt Auditorium, 160 East Front St., Erie, PA, 16507. Public parking lot.

Toronto, ON, September 8, 1-5pm: Alliance Française de Toronto, Spadina Theater, 24 Spadina Road, Toronto, ON M5R 2S7. Street parking and there is also a Green P on Spadina Road in front of the Madisson.

Ottawa, ON, September 10, 1-5pm: Algonquin College, Building T, Room 119. Parking info and building location here!

Montreal, QB, September 12, 1-5pm: McGill University, New Residence Hall, 3625 Avenue du Parc, Montréal H2X3P8, Prince Arthur Room B.

Middlebury, VT, September 14, 1-5pm: Town Hall Theater, 68 S Pleasant St, Middlebury, VT 05753. Directions and Parking

DC-Baltimore area, September 19, 1-5pm: University of Maryland, Stamp Student Union, 3972 Campus Dr, College Park, MD 20742, Juan Ramon Jimenez Room 2208.

Durham, NC, September 21, 1-5pm: Hyatt Place Durham Southpoint, 7840 NC-751, Durham, NC 27713.

Jackson, MS, October 16, 1-5pm: Hinds Community College Eagle Ridge Conference Center, 1500 Raymond Lake Rd., Raymond, MS, 39154. Free parking on site.

Oklahoma City, OK, October 19, 1-5pm: Oklahoma City Community College, College Union Room 2.

Boulder, CO, October 22, 1-5pm: St. Julien Hotel and Spa, 900 Walnut St., Boulder, CO, 80302. Reasonably priced public parking under building!

Salt Lake City, UT, October 25, 1-5pm: University of Utah, Officer's Club, 150 S. Fort Douglas Blvd., Salt Lake City, UT, 84113. Free Parking in Lot #77!

Boise, ID, October 27, 1-5pm: Boise State University, Student Union Building, Bishop Barnwell Room, 1700 University Drive, Boise, ID 83725.

Seattle, WA, November 1, 1-5pm: Grand Hyatt Seattle, Eliza Anderson Ampitheater, 721 Pine St., Seattle, WA, 98101.

Vancouver, BC, November 3, 1-5pm: The Segal Building, Simon Fraser University, 500 Granville St., Vancouver, BC.

Bellingham, WA, November 4, 1-5pm: Whatcom Community College, Syre Building, Room SSC 108, 237 W. Kellogg Rd., Bellingham, WA 98226.

Portland, OR, November 6, 1-5pm: NIA Main Studio, 918 SW Yamhill Street, Portland, Oregon, 4th Floor. Parking garage across the street!

Ashland, OR, November 8, 1-5pm: Rogue Valley Unitarian Church, 87 4th St, Ashland, OR 97520.

San Francisco, CA, November 11, 1-5pm: The San Francisco LGBT Community Center, Rainbow Room, 2nd Floor, 1800 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94102.

Santa Barbara, CA, November 14, 1-5pm: The Fess Parker Santa Barbara Hotel, Double Tree by Hilton, 633 E. Cabrillo Blvd., Santa Barbara, CA, 93103.

Los Angeles, CA, November 16, 1-5pm: Peace Yoga Gallery, 903 South Main Street, Downtown Los Angeles.

San Diego, CA, November 18, 1-5pm: San Diego City College, Corporate Educational Center, Room MS 140, 1046 16th St., San Diego, CA 92101. Open parking lots on campus for free parking on weekends.

Phoenix, AZ, November 20, 1-5pm: Stretch to Win Institute 580 N. 54th St., Suite 1, Chandler, AZ 85226. Free parking on site, and nearby streets for early birds!

Albuquerque, NM, November 25, 1-5pm: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Education Wing, Lecture Hall, 1801 Mountain Rd. NW, Albuquerque, NM, 87104.

Dallas, TX, November 28, 1-5pm: Double Tree by Hilton--Campbell Centre, 8250 N. Central Expy., Dallas, TX, 75206. Complimentary outdoor and garage parking.

Austin, TX, November 30, 1-5pm: Palmer Events Center, Meeting Rooms 1 and 2, 900 Barton Springs Rd., Austin, TX, 78704.

Houston,TX, December 3, 1-5pm: Houston Marriott West Loop by The Galleria, 1750 West Loop South, Houston, TX, 77027.

Unsolicited feedback from "What's the Fuzz?" participants:

"What an amazing day with Gil Hedley in Boston! The gems on so many levels leave my heart so full!! What is the Fuzz... As a body worker I thank you for a better understanding. I am so grateful. On a whole other level I thank you for opening my mind and my heart to the thought of connection on a much deeper level. Thank you Gil for all the work you do and all that you share. The world is a better place today! You have an amazing message! Happy travels!!" (L.L.B.)

"Gil, I am a chiropractor and I work directly with P. W. (for the last 12 years.) She was insistent that I hear your presentation. Tuesday is my busiest day in the office and as a chiropractor I worked on cadavers on a regular basis in class. She was STILL insistent! I am very glad that I came. Your passion for what you do and your respect for the human body reignited my love and appreciation and passion as well. I have practiced for 34 years. There is an ebb and flow over the years of feeling that passion. You have turned my tide and for that I'm very thankful." Sincerely, S.B.O., DC

"The presentation was Awesome! I enjoyed Gil's stories that went with the slides and videos. What a Hoot! Totally spectacular! I am very pleased that he was available to speak at the Florida School of Massage." Sincerely, M.T.M.

"Dear Gil, I enjoyed your class immensely. I want to honor and thank you for the depth of your respect for life, and for sharing it so passionately with us... I was feeling strangely shy and rushed and did not have the presence of mind to tell you that I have been following and absorbing your writing for many years. I had actually registered for one of your classes several years ago in Gainesville, but had to withdraw due to some unexpected parenting duties. I was so excited for this opportunity to finally see and hear you in person. I am truly inspired by the beauty you recognize, and your ability to share that beauty through the expressive arts of speaking, writing, moving, and reaching with radiant appreciation through the space between. Thank you so much. I hope you had a warm and happy homecoming." All the best, T. C.

"Hi Gil, I had to tell you how much I enjoyed your lecture. I’m still not sure if I’ve processed even half of it but I loved it! I hope you will return to South Florida again in the near future! Thank you for the teachings and the reverence and humor you bring to such a delicate subject. Peace," L.G.

"Hey Gil! I just wanted to reach out and say thank you again for letting me be part of such an incredible workshop! It was so great to get to meet you and be a witness to your great passion- it's truly inspiring. I could have listened all day! Wishing you well, thank you again." S.P.

"Gil, Thank you so much for the research, materials, and time. I feel more in tune with myself and those around me!" A.L.

"I'm not on Facebook and wanted to send a thank you for your very inspiring lecture in Boston. Your melding of heart and anatomy was quite moving. It was a privilege to experience your vision of fascia, body, divinity and divorce. I have been digesting it all week and it has been deeply reassuring amidst a chaotic period of my life. Thank you - wishing you joyous travels!" N.