ELDOA (1+2) Certification NYC


Theory on ZOOM & Practice in person

Course organization:

The THEORY (NO Exercises) will be:

Wednesday April 19: 4:30pm-9pm
Thursday April 20: 4:30pm -9pm

The PRACTICE (Exercises only) will take place in NYC:

Saturday April 22: 10am to 6pm
Sunday April 23: 9am to 5pm
Location: Lower Manhattan (it will be communicated closer to date)

If you prefer to pay by check reach out to: info@feet-ness.com


This course will introduce the foundational principals of ELDOA and covers all the exercises for the vertebra of the spine. Experience the benefits of ELDOA first hand in the ELDOA group exercise class and a movement exploration in the fundamentals of fascial tension.

Dive deeper into the anatomy and biomechanics of the spine, learn about proper hydration for the tissue and how to integrate ELDOA into your practice.

This course is recommended for Physical therapists, fitness professionals, athletic trainers, Pilates and Yoga instructors and anyone interested in the overall wellness of the body and a healthy spine. 

If you want to retake this course ($700) reach out to info@feet-ness.com and we'll provide the code. 


ELDOA™ is a revolutionary technique in the treatment of BACK PAIN, which is unfortunately a very common and debilitating disease nowadays! It creates space in between the bones, in this case the vertebrae, giving relief to the tissues and nerves in between them.


ELDOA™ in english LOADS (Longitudinal Osteo-Articular Decoaptation Stretches) is a restorative corrective exercise technique for the spine created in France by Dr. Guy VOYER DO. It Is a precise and still posture that provides relief from pain and restores balance.
The goal of each ELDOA™ exercise is to create fascial tension above and below the joint or disc that we want to “open up”. When you decompress you make space in the line of gravity. ELDOA™ is a kinetic contraction in extreme range, a contraction with the maximum length of the muscles.

The benefits are direct:

  • Reduced vertebral compression
  • Improved circulation
  • Spinal disc re-hydration
  • Increased muscle tone and awareness

And also indirect:
The body is not only muscles, joints and ligaments but also glands and internal organs which are connected to the spine through nerves, fascia and more. An emotional state can reflect a postural problem, and it’s easier to manage an emotional state if you work in a correct posture.

Since, every function in our body relies on nervous system impulses from our spine, its most important to actively preserve and restore the condition of the spine in order to achieve and maintain optimal health.