Advanced Phase 4, Muscles, Fascia & More
Pre-requisite: 16 units/hours Phase 4, Introduction & Essential Elements or permission of instructor
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This is the class so many massage therapists have been asking for — Ortho-Bionomy proprioceptive release techniques and fine tuned positioning for specific muscles, fascia and soft tissue work not presented in Foundation Phase 4 classes. Deepen your understanding of the principles of Ortho-Bionomy, their application to muscles, and other creative ways of adapting and integrating Phase 4 into your massage routine to address clinical situations you see with clients everyday.
The Shoulder: Muscles, Fascia
Instruction is included in how to identify, assess, release acute and chronic tension and integrate increased movement for the: trapezius muscle, levator scapulae, rhomboids, the rotator cuff, the teres muscles, latissimus dorsi, the pectorales. We will also address questions you have about unusual client situations, as time allows. Receive about 3 hours of bodywork. (Ortho-Bionomy, 7 or 8 units Advanced Phase 4 or elective)
A.R.E. Cayce/Reilly School of Massotherapy, Virginia Beach, VA
July 31, 2009, 9am-5:30pm, Fri
7 CE Hrs, 7 units Ortho-Bionomy (8 with Introduction to Ortho-Bionomy 6-7pm)
Contact: Continuing Education Department, 757-428-3588 Ext 7285