-2019 Workshop Calendar-
Sunday, January 20
This workshop will introduce the principles, points and techniques of two pressure point systems, reflexology and vitaflex. Participants will learn the location of the points on the feet and hands, and which points to use for specific situations. Working in pairs with feedback, participants will practice two techniques for applying pressure to the points and learn how to incorporate selected pressure points into a massage, for clients who are sitting in a chair or lying on a massage table.
Thur, Fri, Sat, & Sun, January 24-27
Approximately 1 in 2 people will get cancer during their lifetime. Therefore, it is a necessity that every therapist become knowledgeable and skillful with respect to oncology massage. Once thought to be contraindicated, now we are seeing that massage therapy can be helpful, judiciously applied, in almost every circumstance. This class is a deeply fulfilling, substantial, and empowering learning experience.
Sunday, February 3
Learn detailed palpation anatomy, as well as over 25 myofascial and massage techniques designed to support the treatment of the most common soft-tissue injuries in the neck, mid-back, and low back in this accelerated course in muscular therapy. understand the anatomy of the neck and back as never before through physically locating and palpating each muscle, tendon, and ligament featured in these techniques.
Thur – Sun, February 14-16
Zero Balancing (ZB) is a hands-on bodywork system designed to align the body both energetically and structurally. Zero Balancing focuses on the whole person, while addressing specific needs – profoundly relieving pain, tension, and discomfort. Zero Balancing focuses on the musculo-skeletal system, with particular emphasis on the skeletal aspects: bones themselves, key joints, ligaments, and soft tissues that support us in the gravitational field and facilitate energy flow.
Sunday, February 24
Body Mobilization Techniques (BMT’s) combine explorative body mobilization and massage to restore clients’ movement range and ease. These techniques provide valuable feedback for both client and therapist. The experience provides the client with information about their own movement possibilities, tension patterns, and restrictions, in the same manner and time as it is released. BMT’s allow the therapist to assess and address tissue quality simultaneously.
Sunday & Monday, March 3-4 & 10-11
Zero Balancing (ZB) is a hands-on bodywork system which aligns energy and structure. Simple, yet powerful, it focuses on the whole person, while superbly addressing specific needs and symptoms. Considered at the leading edge of body/mind therapies, ZB integrates Western scientific approaches to body structure with Eastern concepts of energy and healing. Zero Balancing focuses on the balance of energy and structure within the musculo-skeletal system – particularly releasing tension and held energy from the bones, ligaments and their associated soft tissues.
Fri, Sat, & Sun, March 8-10 and Fri, Sat, & Sun, March 15-17
When skillfully applied, this therapeutic form of soft-tissue mobilization dramatically enhances lymph formation and promotes drainage within the superficial and deep systems of the lymph vascular network. During this course, students will be instructed in anatomy and physiology of the lymphatic system. Basic MLD treatment sequences as well as MLD treatment sequences for mild, medically uncomplicated upper and lower extremity lymphedema will be demonstrated and practiced.
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