address 1420 N LELAND AVE
Indianapolis, Indiana 46219-2956
United States of America
Montgomery Somatics
CS Instructor Status N/A
Introductory Courses Arterial Dysfunction (AR), Visceral (VS), Lymphatic Venous Combined (2014), Foundations of Fascial Counterstrain (F1), Neural Upper Quadrant (N1), Myochains and Spinal Ligs (MS1), Neural Lower Quadrant (N2), Periosteal Dysfunction (MS2), Cartilage / SF dysfunction (MS3), Epidural Ligament Supplemental (N1 SUP), Cranial Periosteum and Cartilage (CSS1), Astrocytes, mediastinum & Sulcal Vessels (CSS2), Tendon-lymphatic Chains, Adipose Counterstrain Mastery Programs CSA Module 1 Intro: Counterstrain and the Cranial Scan, CSA Module 2: Counterstrain for the Visceral System, CSA Module 3: Counterstrain for the Lymphatic/Venous System, CS Virtual Convention 2020, Counterstrain Convention 2019, CS Virtual Convention 2021, CS Convention 2023

Carol Montgomery, PT, MSPT, GCFP

Carol A. Montgomery is the founder and owner of Montgomery Somatics, private physical therapy, and somatic education center. In addition to a master’s degree in Physical Therapy, she is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner. As an adjunct professor in Physical Therapy for several years, she taught classes such as Gross Anatomy, Kinesiology, and Introduction to Manual Therapy. A natural attraction to the principles of Manual Medicine, Montgomery found herself at home within the curriculums at the College of Osteopathic Medicine, focusing her post-graduate studies at Michigan State University and later at the Jones Institute. Dedicated to initiating paradigm shifts in healthcare, wellness, and movement, she attends the Counterstrain Academy to master the profound life-changing Fascial Counterstain techniques. Montgomery has over 20 years of teaching experience with the public, professional healthcare providers, and physical therapy students and over 30 years of clinical experience in integrative healing. Her published works include Alternative Movement Program in Geriatric Rehabilitation. Functional Neurology, Rehabilitation and Ergonomics 2018: Vol 7. No. 2, pp. 47-61 and Refining the Self-Image: Feldenkrais and Integral Human Gait Theory. The Feldenkrais Journal 2015: No. 28, pp. 30-43.