Sundays, Jan 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th
4-8 pm
Price: $325

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This 4 week course on Sundays is meant for massage therapists, physical therapists and other interested health professionals, taught by a Doctor of Osteopathy.
Osteopathic Physicians learn many of the same techniques used by both Massage and Physical Therapists. They just learn them far more in-depth and with a greater understanding of how the body functions as a whole.
Working with muscles and joints (simple anatomy & physiology).
Throughout the course, you will learn more intricately how muscles and tendons interact. We will explore how to distinguish subtle differences between muscles, tendons and other structures. This includes the ability to detect and work on specific muscles that are covered by other muscles. You also learn how to work with very deep muscles that can’t normally be reached.
Myofascial Release
One of the most common techniques used to relax muscles and unwind fascia, the tissue between muscles. (~6 hours)
Soft Tissue
Very gentle, yet effective, this is used to reduce swelling and promote blood flow. (~2 hours)
Strain Counter-Strain
Called “fold and hold”, this technique can be as effective as a chiropractic adjustment, but without any of the risks. (~8 hours)
Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage is used to reduce fluid buildup caused by cancer or heart disease (if time permits).

with Drew Hume

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Sen Lines and the Myofascia. Essential certification modules 1-3 are pre-requisites for this course. Traditional Thai massage teachings focus on 10 primary energy lines within the body. We are now beginning to find that indeed these lines correlate highly with physical structures known as myofascial pathways.

See also:  Module 1Module 2, Module 3Module 5 (Side Lying)

Licensed Massage Therapists (LMT) can get NCBTMB Continuing Education (CE) credits for this training!

Module 4 Course Details:

This module focuses on:

  • Introducing us to the idea and location of myofascial pathways and how they relate to the main energy lines of Thai massage
  • Techniques used to manipulate these energy/myofascial lines that include methods of massage and stretching
  • Understanding the physiological and the energetic effects of working with the myofascial pathways – Adding new Sen lines to build on our understanding of Sen Kalathari
  • Reviewing previous postures and learning to see the sen in all that we do
  • Learning an additional 1-hour of massage postures to add to our flow.

Massage Special!

10% off of 3 treatments
15% off of 6 treatments
when booked with the same

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