Anatomy Trains – Structural Essentials: Head, Neck and Jaw

The neck is a remarkable feat of biomechanical engineering, giving a combination of wide range of movement but maintaining a structural strength. It is often seen as the last site of compensation as it corrects for any alteration from below allowing the eyes and ears to orient to the horizon.
By |November 23rd, 2019||0 Comments

Anatomy Trains in Structure and Function

In this exciting course you will learn about the myofascial tissue and its many roles in the body. You will begin to appreciate how the body incorporates the Anatomy Train Lines to create easy and graceful movement – provided they are in some form of balance and harmony; restriction or weakness in one section can have many compensatory effects elsewhere.
By |October 4th, 2019||0 Comments

Lymphatic Massage, Working with the Lymphatic System After Cancer Treatment

Learn what happens when pathways of the lymphatic system have been interrupted and how lymphedema develops. You will learn how to distinguish primary lymphedema from secondary lymphedema.
By |September 27th, 2019||Comments Off on Lymphatic Massage, Working with the Lymphatic System After Cancer Treatment

Myofascial Release and Breathwork to Heal the Upper Body

This class focuses on the cervical spine, shoulders, thoracic spine, and costal cage which are greatly impacted by this lifestyle. Build a firm foundation of anatomy and kinesiology of the upper back, apply skills to decrease pain, improve functional mobility, and prevent injury.
By |September 20th, 2019||0 Comments

Oncology Massage: Caring for Clients with Cancer

As the role of massage therapy in cancer care expands, it is an exciting time to provide oncology massage. In this intensive course, we combine the art and practice of touch to create safe, effective massage sessions for clients with cancer and cancer histories.
By |September 13th, 2019||Comments Off on Oncology Massage: Caring for Clients with Cancer

Massage Protocols for Carpal Tunnel & Thoracic Outlet Syndromes

Learn a deeper understanding of physical imbalances in the neck, shoulder and arm to help diminish symptoms of Thoracic Outlet and Carpal Tunnel Syndromes. 
By |August 3rd, 2019||Comments Off on Massage Protocols for Carpal Tunnel & Thoracic Outlet Syndromes

Anatomy Trains – Structural Essentials: Shoulders and Arms

In this driving day and computer age, the arms get unique usage these days. This course travels from the shoulder to the hand on the Arm Lines, giving techniques for every station along the way.
By |June 15th, 2019||0 Comments

Active Isolated Stretching for the Lower Body

Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) is a dynamic technique that stretches muscles, tendons, and fascia specific to anatomical planes of movement. It remodels the body using gentle, rhythmic movements that avoid triggering the myotactic reflex, which causes a contraction in the tissues being stretched.
By |June 8th, 2019||0 Comments

Lymph Massage, Protocol for Detoxification and Minor Pathologies

Learn about The Lymphatic System and its relationship to detoxification and chronic health conditions.  During this three day training, you will learn Full Body Manual Lymph Drainage to incorporate with ease into your practice.
By |May 17th, 2019||Comments Off on Lymph Massage, Protocol for Detoxification and Minor Pathologies

Anatomy Trains in Structure and Function

In this exciting course you will learn about the myofascial tissue and its many roles in the body. You will begin to appreciate how the body incorporates the Anatomy Train Lines to create easy and graceful movement – provided they are in some form of balance and harmony; restriction or weakness in one section can have many compensatory effects elsewhere.
By |April 5th, 2019||0 Comments