Our Franklin Method® Level 2 Online course is dedicated to exploring, embodying and training muscles and fascia.
Build on your Franklin Method® Level 1 knowledge with our new and improved Level 2 Online – starting this September.

Live Informative Webinar & Q&A with Eric Franklin

Level up your Teaching!
Everything you need to know about Franklin Method® Level 2 Online


Our next Franklin Method® Online Level 2 is coming up fast – starting a little later than originally advertised on September 29, 2023. Spread across seven weekends throughout the fall and winter, our Franklin Method® Level 2 course builds seamlessly on the knowledge you acquired in Franklin Method® Level 1 – this time with a clear focus on the muscles and fascia of the body.

Fascia training is all the rage nowadays, but only a few know how to follow the science and offer clients something truly effective. This course is your chance to be one of the few.

You will learn how to teach five full Franklin Method® workshops during the course, as well as dozens of mini-workshops you can easily slot into your lesson plans. There are also six additional movement sessions spread through the course helping you cement your knowledge between modules and prepare you for teaching. Combined with detailed manuals, a multi-disciplinary team of teachers led by Eric Franklin and our popular mentor program, this Franklin Method® Level 2 program is a must for movement educators who are serious about teaching fascia and muscle work.

Join Eric Franklin LIVE online this Educator-only informative webinar
& and Q&A on Franklin Method® Level 2 Online

Wednesday, July 5th 2023
10 AM (Pacific) / 1 PM (Eastern) / 7 PM (Zurich)

This 90-minute information event in a nutshell:


🔹 Online informative webinar with Franklin Method® Founder Eric Franklin

🔹 Free of charge and no strings attached

🔹 In-depth information on the structure and content of the Franklin Method® Level 2 course

🔹 How it complements your Franklin Method® Level 1 knowledge

🔹 Q&A session

🔹 How it will benefit your career as a movement educator



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