with Liz Hoffmaster, LMT, PT

Sunday, February 8, 2015
10 – 5 pm, 6 CEs


*10% off for TLC Graduates and students

This class is an introduction to the lymphatic system, one of the most extraordinary systems in our body. To have a basic understanding of its function and surprising anatomy will enhance your current work and cause you to think about body work, movement and breathing, in a new way.

You will learn about lymphatic anatomy of the torso, arms, and legs. You will learn how very gentle and very specific massage strokes contribute to healing, detoxification, and improved circulation in all populations.

After this workshop you will be able to immediately integrate what you have learned into your daily practice, and you will be glad you signed up for this fun-filled lab and lecture class.

ImageLiz Hoffmaster, PT, RMT, graduated with a degree in Physical Therapy from UT Medical Branch in Galveston in 1991 and from the Austin School of Massage Therapy in 1999. For the last 15 years she has been working full-time with a variety of patients and clients with musculoskeletal, visceral, breathing and lymphatic problems. She uses a combination of the following techniques to address patient’s needs and concerns: Craniosacral Therapy through Upledger Insitute, URSA Foundation, Michigan State University and Steve Davidson DO, Muscle Energy, Strain Counterstrain, Lymphatic Drainage, Body Talk, Visceral Manipulation, Zero Balancing, Neurofascial Release, Myofascial Release, Primary Reflex Release Technique, Breathing Re-education, Manual Therapies targeting Women’s Health and Muscle Pattern Re-education.