with Amy Kreydin
Sunday, February 15, 2015
**THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW CLOSED FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION. WALK IN REGISTRATION IS STILL AVAILABLE.**
**10% discount for TLC students/grads**
A healthy spine is vital to living an active life – to move, stand, walk and run. That’s why the spinal reflexes are held in great importance in Reflexology protocols for general wellness and pain management.
In this workshop we will explore:
- The spinal structures: vertebras, spinal cord, paraspinal muscles, and nerve roots.
- Their reflex locations on the feet, hands, and ears.
- Basic reflexology techniques and application to the spinal reflexes.
This class is ideal for those looking to support clients with a history of spinal injuries and disorders looking for additional pain management. Bodywork practitioners, acupuncturists, students enrolled in holistic health courses, and the layperson looking for self-care routines to use at home will all benefit from taking this course. Please note that this class does not fulfill national education requirements to practice as a Reflexologist.
Amy Kreydin, NBCRT, CCAP, BD, is a reflexologist and clinical aromatherapist in private practice in Northwest Austin. She specializes in working with women’s health, pediatrics, and pain management. Amy attended reflexology school in Salem, Massachusetts at the Palmer Institute of Massage & Bodywork in 2004 and received her Certified Clinical Aromatherapy Practitioner (CCAP) from R.J. Buckle Associates at the Boston Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts under the tutelage of Kathleen Duffy in 2011. She has been a reflexology instructor since 2008, teaching continuing education courses for Cortiva Boston, the Palmer Institute, the Reflexology Association of Canada, the Massachusetts Reflexology Association, and private studios. Amy ran a full-time clinical practice in the North Boston suburbs for 9 years before relocating to Austin in 2013 with her husband, two cats, two goldfish and a snail, to enjoy a warmer climate and be closer to her family in New Mexico.