Add Myofascial Release methods to your existing therapeutic skill-set to deliver an even more in-depth treatment to your friends, family and clients.
In Myofascial Release Massage Part I, Upper Body, you will learn 32 release strokes that can be easily integrated into your existing routine, offered as a stand-alone myofascial release massage, or used to relieve common complaints such as lower back pain and sore necks.
We know that the body holds tension and repressed emotion. Many of us, however, do not know what specific tissues are responsible for this occurrence.
In this workshop you will learn to identify, manipulate and release myofascial tissue that holds chronic, painful, and exhausting stress and tension.
By the end of the workshop you will know how to release unwanted stress in the chest, neck, shoulders, hands, back and waist; in other words, over the whole upper body.
In addition, you will gain an understanding of the relationship between posture and emotional attitudes and how constricted myofascial tissue leads to creating and reinforcing emotional negativity.
The strokes will be taught in sequence so that once learnt you will be able to give a Myofascial Release Massage for the upper body.
Imagine how you will feel at the end of the workshop! Your hands will become supple and strong, your neck and shoulders will relax, your chest will be more open, you will naturally breathe more deeply with less effort, and your back and waist will be more flexible.
Imagine how your clients will feel after you have mastered these techniques.
This workshop, taken with the Myofascial Release Massage Part II, Lower Body, will enable you to offer a complete head to toe Myofascial Release Massage as well as work on specific problem areas. The hand, neck and shoulder work is suitable for on-site application as well as clinical practice. We will discuss the conditions and occupations that will benefit most from this work. Contra-indications will also be noted. This class is ideal for those who want to explore the possibility of becoming a therapeutic massage therapist.
75% of this workshop is hands-on practice.
What to bring:
- Women should wear a bra or bikini top.
As Byron Bay Community College is an ATMS accredited college, this means that ATMS members can accrue 1 CPE point per hour for completing short massage courses at the college.
Once your enrolment is completed you will receive a confirmation email. This email will include your receipt and inform you of the dates, times and venue for your course. It will also let you know of anything you need to take to class with you.
Please make sure that you give us a valid email address and mobile number as any course changes will be communicated via sms or email.
Students are required to be 15 years old and above at the time of enrolment.
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We keep our class sizes small so that you get a better experience. Avoid disappointment, enrol early!