By working with the fascial envelope you can begin to correct any mal-alignments of the body including: postural, positional, work or sport related, as well as physical and emotional issues.
Learn a deeper understanding of physical imbalances in the body. Throughout Restorative Muscle Techniques training, you understand how to gently and simply restore muscles that aren’t firing or that are over firing, bringing the body to balance.
Date: July 10 - 12, 2020 Tuition: $395 | CEU: 21Instructors: Juul Bruin LMT + Michelle Bruin PMHNP Register Now Days Left! Description Class Details Contact Us Description In the…
This clinical course is an overview of Position of Ease Techniques and how to apply them to reset the low back and hips. Students must have some clinical experience in massage therapy in order to take this course.
Learn how to integrate assessment for herniated discs, sciatica, shoulder, thoracic outlet syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, knee problems and more into your practices.
Zero Balancing focuses primarily on key joints of our skeleton that conduct and balance forces of gravity, posture and movement. By addressing the deepest and densest tissues of the body along with soft tissue and energy fields, Zero Balancing helps to clear blocks in the body’s energy flow, amplify vitality and contribute to better postural alignment.
Date: May 16-17, 2020 Tuition: $250Instructor: Ann Pauley CEU: 12 hands-on Register Now Days Left! Description Class Details Contact Us Description Forward head posture is prevalent in today’s culture. Our…
Integrated Restoration Technique is a comprehensive approach toward treatment of soft tissue pain, dysfunction and sport performance utilizing the following: Structural assessment, Structural alignment, Myofascial Mobilization, Muscle Energy Technique and Russian medical massage.
Deepen your knowledge of the muscular system and learn how to use muscle testing to locate hidden Musculoskeletal problems.
This course was developed to create a deeper understanding of physical imbalances in the shoulder girdle to prevent or rehab injuries.