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2018 Special Events


Thursday, November 15, 7:00-8:30 pm (included in FRC registration)

Photos courtesty of Dr. J.C. Guimberteau

This 90-minute presentation will show the beauty and intrigue of fascia in a series of video and slide shows with a leading-edge view into the connective tissue matrix. Jean Claude Guimberteau MD, Gil Hedley PhD, Thomas Stephan, Rolfer/filmmaker Bruce Schonfeld, creator of the documentary film The Secret Life of Fascia, and Peter Friedl, MD, PhD, will take the audience on an unforgettable exploration of the human form.


Tuesday, November 13, 5:00 to 8:30 pm
Golden Tulip Hotel

The Fascia Research Congress and our Early Registration Reception sponsor, the European Guild for Structural Integration, cordially invite you to join us at the Golden Tulip Hotel (Landgrafenstrasse 4) between 5:00 and 8:30 pm where you can pick up your delegate bag and nametag and enjoy a complimentary drink and opportunity to socialize with colleagues.


Wednesday, November 14, 7:00-11:00 pm – Cost 100

By Holger Doelle [CC BY-SA 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Berlin is a city of water and bridges. A surprising percentage of its prominent sights are visible from a sightseeing boat tour. Berlin is also famous for its nightclubs, especially in the roaring twenties as well as in the chaotic and creative nineties. A dinner and dancing boat cruise combines both traditions and might become a highlight of your Berlin visit.

Enjoy a buffet dinner with drinks as you socialize with fellow Fascia Research Congress delegates, cruise on the Spree River and Landwehr canal, and see Berlin‘s illuminated historic landmarks. Sights include Bellevue Palace, House of the Cultures of the World, German Chancellery, Central Train Station Haupbhanhof, Reichstag (capitol building), Museum Island, Berlin Cathedral, Berlin City Palace, TV Tower, Red Town Hall, the city‘s famous bridges, and more.