James Earls is a writer, lecturer and bodyworker specialising in Myofascial Release and Structural Integration. Increasing the understanding and practice of manual therapy has been a passion of James’ since he first started practicing bodywork over twenty years ago.
Throughout his career, James has travelled widely to learn from the best educators in his field. James has taught myofascial techniques and anatomy throughout Europe, and, with Tom Myers, co-authored ‘Fascial Release for Structural Balance,’ the definitive guide to the assessment and manipulation of fascial patterns.
James teaches a range of courses across the UK and Europe as the Director of Kinesis UK. He is a regular lecturer at conferences and workshops around the world. Renowned for his relaxed and humorous style, James is a popular presenter whose subject is applicable for a wide-ranging audience that includes osteopaths, physiotherapists, massage therapists and movement therapists. James has combined his knowledge of comparative anatomy and myofascial dynamics with gait to write ‘Born to Walk’ , presenting a full body description of functional anatomy of locomotion. The book has been well received across many movement and manual therapy professions.
With a passionate interest in animals, James is a Fellow of the Zoological Society of London and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and is a patron of the Natural History Museum.