The Feel training concept is based on the current Findings in pain and neuroscience.
We combine these current scientific findings with our extensive experience from hundreds of training courses that our coaches have given in more than 18 countries worldwide over the past nine years.
This combination ensures the uniquely high quality and variety of our courses.
What are the latest findings?
Feeling is getting lost more and more these days. Our sensory system (feeling) plays an important role in processing Information from our environment that is necessary to control our movements and process pain. Technical progress takes a lot off our hands and exercise is becoming shorter and shorter. However, not only the movement is neglected, but also the activity of the nervous system.
This is exactly where our training concept comes into play.
For us, taping is a tool to support the sensory system of the nervous system, to enable restricted movement patterns and to influence pain situations.
This is our course content for the Feel Basic Taping Expert & Feel Elite Taping Expert training courses
Feel Basic Taping Expert
Introduction to the basics of neural taping
Do's & Don'ts in taping
Insight into current pain science
The neural connection between feeling (sensors) and movement
Functional lines as a GPS system
1. Taping in pain management
Lower limb: foot, ankle, shin, calf, knee, thigh, hip
Upper limb: wrist, elbow, upper arm, shoulder
Torso: lumbar, thoracic, cervical, abdomen, chest
2. Taping for Active Posture
Upper Cross Syndrome, Scapula, Shoulder
Hyperlordosis – hyperkyphosis
leg axis deviation
deformities of the foot
3. Breathing as an active component
Breathing training techniques
Feel Elite Taping Expert
1. Taping to support the lymphatic system
The lymphatic system is the most ignored human system in medicine, sports or everyday life. Our lymphatic system has the task of cleaning our organism from waste products and forms an important part of our immune system. Tape in connection with active exercises can support the lymphatic system positively, but you have to understand how the system works.
Structure and physiology of the lymphatic system
Connection of the lymphatic system to the nervous system
Influence of lymph on the brain and its functions
Theory of the function of lymph tapes
Lymphatic systems for neck, head and neck
Active techniques for influencing brain function
Lymph systems for acute trauma and operations on the extremities and trunk
Tape systems for menstrual problems and digestive problems
2. Affect skin nerves with tape
The nerves that supply our skin are very small and fragile and can become damaged if there is a lack of movement and pain in their skin plain bearings stuck. By using tape we can try to influence the mobility of skin nerves and improve the condition to generate for our patients.
Anatomy and physiology of skin nerves
Connection between pinched skin nerves and pain
Localization of exit points of the skin nerves and typical problem areas
Application techniques for entrapment syndromes
Integration of the tape systems in active movement tests
Integration of tape systems in clinically relevant pain conditions
3. Taping of functional movement patterns
Our movements can be divided into 7 movement patterns. By screening the movement patterns, reduced control or immobility of joints can be shown. By using tape, we can also influence the weak points here and thereby promoting active movement.
Basics of the 7 movement patterns
Integration of functional lines into the 7 movement patterns
Active screening of the 7 movement patterns
Integration of tape systems in the findings of the screening
Test and re-test procedures
The most frequently asked questions about our training courses
No way. Anyone can lay a good tape system with the right instructions. In our online instructions you will find the most common tape systems with simple explanations.