Created by Podiatrist & Human Movement Specialist, Dr Emily Splichal BARE® is the only workout that combines the benefits of barefoot, balance, bodyweight and body tension training for one intense workout!

Bring the science of foot to core sequencing, breath & pelvic floor connections and fascial tensioning to a group setting. Perfect addition to a Pilates program, Senior Fitness, Mind Body line-up or any athletic performance program.

The ONLY Barefoot Balance Training Workout on the market!


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As the foundation to all EBFA education the BTS Level 1 Certification sets the foundation for advanced concepts in barefoot activation, reflexive stabilization and movement efficiency. With the foot as the only contact point between the body and the ground, this complex structure plays a critical role in the way in which our body stabilizes during dynamic movement.

In this Level 1 Certification get ready to explore how to prep the body for movement by tapping into the nervous system with barefoot science, foot to core sequencing and reflexive stability via fascial lines.

Learn concepts including:

  • Foot to core sequencing via short foot

  • Introduction to foot & ankle anatomy & biomechanics

  • Open chain & closed chain foot assessments

  • Foot function & fascial lines

  • Barefoot before shod programming

  • + more!


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Aging, an inevitable aspect of humanity that we cannot stop - however with advances in science there are now many daily rituals we can do which can dramatically slow down the again process.

Join Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist and (in training) fellow in Ant-Aging and Regenerative Medicine Dr Emily Splichal as she explores how we can "hack" our way to a younger self. As a movement specialist her passion lies in the application of anti-aging science as it relates to movement longevity.

The topics covered in this 4 part series cannot be found packaged together as below. This information is invaluable to you, your family and your clients. Do not miss out!

Part 1 : Collagen Crosslinks and the Fascial Fountain of Youth
Part 2 : The Neurology of Aging and Motor control
Part 3 : Inflammation, Friend or Foe?
Part 4 : The Complete Movement Longevity Program


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Human beings are very complex with each patient or client presentation uniquely personal.

From anatomy and physiology to emotional regulation and interpersonal relationships, all aspects of our emotions and environment must be considered when approaching movement dysfunction and chronic pain.

Join Dr Emily as she explores the concept of the biopsychosocial method and how the science of memories, attachments and beliefs can directly influence patient or client treatment and rehab outcomes. Explore the stages of pain, cellular memory, in utero emotional development + more!

This 4 part series will challenge many mainstream paradigms and bring the light the power of the mind body connection. Every health and movement specialist can be empowered with the knowledge covered in this series. You will end this 4 part series as a changed person!

Part 1: Neuroimmunology, Psychosocial Influences, In Utero Emotion Development

Part 2: Chronic Pain, Medically Unexplained, Pain Science

Part 3: Types of Memory, Subconscious Development, Attachment Theory

Part 4: The Healing Journey from Chronic Pain to Consciousness


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The dynamic control of functional movement is deeply integrated on the body's perception of the outside world.

Join EBFA Founder Dr Emily for this 3 part series as we explore the latest research on how our feet, fascia and functional movement are even more integrated than we currently realize.

From fascial tensioning to fascial elasticity our fascia plays a role in how we perceive, store and transfer forces during dynamic movement. This webinar series will prepare you how to train your clients for more efficient and precise movement.

Part 1: Fascial Tensioning & the Future of Proprioceptive Training
Part 2: Fascial Elasticity and the Future of Energy Transfer
Part 3: Foot Function and Fascial Lines

Learn how the plantar foot layers are a fascinating fascial pathway of interconnecting fascial lines which are intended for optimal foot function and human performance.


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The organized actions of the foot and ankle complex are often overlooked and misunderstood in the movement industry. This adaptive lever plays a critical role in every upright action from human locomotion to squats and lunges.

Join Functional Podiatrist and Global Educator Dr Emily Splichal as she explores her expertise of bridging Podiatry with Fitness & Movement.

Part 1: Introduction to foot & ankle anatomy and biomechanics
Part 2: Forefoot pathology and imbalances such as bunions, neuromas, stress fractures
Part 3: Midfoot pathology and imbalances such as plantar fibromas, posterior tibial tendinitis, cuboid syndrome
Part 4: Rearfoot pathology and imbalances Achilles tendinitis, plantar fascial tears, tarsal tunnel syndrome


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This 4 part series focuses on the concept of movement longevity and how we can apply concepts of barefoot science, collagen cross links and the neurology of aging into a program that ensures years of pain-free and efficient movement!

Part 1 : Understanding Impact Forces in a Shod Society

Learn the science behind impact forces and energy transfer and how shoes, surfaces and orthotics impede our ability to move efficiently. Learn tricks on how to optimize movement in the unnatural environment in which we exist!

Part 2 : The Collagen Crosslink Connection

As the building blocks to our fascia, tendons and ligaments, collagen health is a necessary part to movement efficiency. Learn how our body forms non-elastic cross links and simple which can be taken to protect or collagen health as we age.

Part 3 : Barefoot Baby Boomers & the Neurology of Aging

Although most of s focus on protecting our cognitive function as we age, the need to also protect or peripheral nerves is crucial for movement longevity. Learn the best ways to protect your peripheral nerves through diet, vitamin supplementation and barefoot science.

Part 4: A Movement Longevity Lifestyle

Put it all together in a comprehensive program that integrates barefoot activation, smart footwear, fascial fitness and vitamin supplementation.


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Imagine taking the concept of human movement or movement science to a level that you can actually influence your client's emotions.

Join me for this 3 part series that will change your practice forever. From understanding the evolution of emotion to the power of mirroring on emotion.

Learn how to build a deeper meaning to Mind Body practice into your sessions and open a whole new pathway to help clients, patients and athletes tap into their primitive emotional system.

Part 1 : Intro to Interception, Body Brain Axis, Vagal Tone

Part 2 : Evolution of Emotions, Empathy, Flow and Superfluidity

Part 3 : Affective Embodiment, Dance Therapy and Interbodily Resonance


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The power of enhancing mind body awareness can be translated to movement optimization and athletic performance. Brain, breath, sensory and fascial awareness is more complex than just kinesthetic and proprioceptive awareness. In this one-day course, Human Movement Specialist Dr Emily Splichal will explore how exteroception meets interoception, and the role sensory perception and interpretation has both externally and internally. This course demonstrates that the future direction of health and wellness is one that is integrated and looks at the whole being.

Topics covered include:

- Looking beyond the physical

- Exteroception vs. Interoception

- Somatosensory Cortex I & II

- Interoceptive Awareness & Assessments

- Polyvagal Theory

- Ventral Vagus Nerve Resets

- Interoception & Athletic Performance

+ more!


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Movement is life. But what happens when you are presented with a client or patient that has trouble with movement. From neurological to orthopedic, there are various causes for pathological gait and it's important for you to understand the most common movement disorders encountered.

Join Functional Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist Dr Emily Splichal as she explores the most common movement disorders including motor neuropathy (Charcot Marie Tooth & foot drop), sensory neuropathy (diabetic and chemo neuropathy), dystonia, hypertonia, Ehler's Danlos + much much more!

Part 1: Peripheral Nervous System Disorders
- Charcot Marie Tooth, Peripheral Neuropathy (Diabetic, Chemo), CRPS / RSD

Part 2: Central Nervous System Disorders
- Parkinson's, Dystonia, Ataxia, Stroke

Part 3: Connective Tissue Disorders
- Ehler's Danlos, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Scleroderma, Ligament Laxity

Part 4: Psychogenic Movement Disorders
- Idiopathic Neuropathy, Fibromyalgia, Inflammatory Disease


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In this 4 part series you will learn how barefoot science and foot activation are the foundation to faster stability and efficiency which translates to more functional movement.

Part 1 : Introduction to from the ground up training

Learn how to improve foot to core sequencing through co-activation patterns, joint coupling and myofascial integration.

Part 2 : Introduction to from the ground up functional movement

Learn how to assess the walking gait cycle to improve client programming and movement efficiency.

Part 3 : Introduction to from the ground up movement efficiency

Learn how to improve movement through faster deceleration, eccentric endurance and better energy storage.

Part 4 : Introduction to from the ground up programming

Learn through case studies in injury prevention, athletic performance and corrective exercise.


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The PELVIC BALANCE Workshop integrates with EBFA Global’s current educational line-up by following our philosophy about fascial fitness, from the ground up movement and breath to pelvic floor connections.

PELVIC BALANCE teaches the student to deeply understand the function of the integrated pelvic floor and it’s fascial attachments, to effectively assess pelvic function and develop integrated rehabilitation programming for the pelvis.

  • Male versus female pelvic floor anatomy

  • Common pelvic floor imbalances

  • Coccydynia vs. Anterior Pubic Joint Pain

  • Breath: pelvic floor rhythms

  • Pelvic floor release and activation techniques

  • + more!


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