Freeing the Heart by Releasing the Body’s Central Linkage
August 1 @ 9:00 am - August 2 @ 5:00 pm$95 – $350
CEU: 14 hands-on
During this workshop participants will learn:
- How to interview a client with chronic symptoms; this will be modeled and discussed.
- Somatic markers will be clearly described for when Referral to a Physician is indicated.
- An Assessment Sequence will be demonstrated and practiced.
Techniques will be presented and practiced that:
- Release the Body’s Core Line and Central Linkage(s).
- Enhance the heart’s ability to pump more blood by reducing resistances to its expansion.
- Restore the mechanisms that naturally assist venous and lymphatic return.
- Decrease the tone of the Nervous System’s flight/flight/freeze responses.
- Enhance the neural outflow of its Rest and Restore capacity.
- Reduce common obstacles to the return of raw blood products to the heart/lung complex.
- Freeing the Heart
- The Sacs and Tubes Theory of Stress
- Releasing the Body’s Core Line and Central Linkage
What to Bring:
- 2 pillows
- Attire during technique practice exchange needs to allow access to the abdomen (sports bra and shorts or underwear suggested).
- A light blanket to provide warmth as needed
- Packed lunch, beverages, and snacks to keep your blood sugar level normalized.
|August 1 - 2, 2020|
|9:00 am - 5:00 pm both days|
|Heal Center, Suite 505. 5th Floor|
|No refund provided within 2 weeks of class. All refunds are subject to a $10 minimum processing fee. See policy page for further information.|
Class Package Offer
Dale Alexander offers 28 CEU (hands-on) for only $595
Aug. 1-2: Freeing the Heart by Releasing the Body’s Central Linkage – 14CE
Oct. 3-4: Cervical Stenosis and Shoulder Mobilization – 14CE
Dale G. Alexander Ph.D. MA, BSEd, L.M.T. has had a Clinical Massage Therapy practice in Key West, Fla. since 1980. He has specialized in addressing chronic somatic dysfunction throughout his career and was named the top CE Provider of 2016 by the Alliance for Massage Therapy Education.
This course has organically grown out of Dale’s personal experience. In 1983 Dale and his step-son were hit head-on by a drunk driver. Both experienced orthopedic injuries. Dale’s right hip was shattered, the tibial plateaus were fractured, and his ankle broken along with additional facial and neck trauma.
An intrinsic understanding began to grow within his clinical awareness as more and more clients started to show up with varying degrees of hip, knee, and shoulder degeneration.