12 CE's NCBTMB APPROVED!
A Myofascial Approach to Neck, Shoulder, And Back Pain
These courses provide a understanding of the structures, functions and pathologies related to neck, shoulder and back pain. We will be using a variety of bodywork techniques to address these areas including: Myofascial Release, Active Assisted stretches and NMT. There will also be a comprehensive anatomical review of the thorax and back structures using a variety of teaching aides. You will come away from these classes with a greater awareness of neck, shoulder and back pain and numerous ways to address them. Rather than providing a system or routine, these workshops offer a multidimensional approach to evaluate each client individually.
The basis of this work is to provide effective techniques in a supportive and non-invasive way and to teach clients self care strategies. We will be working in the tissues while constantly trying to inspire personal awareness.
"Health is never lost. Even in the most desperate situations, health is ever present. Whatever the experience, the system will attempt to resolve it. The body knows health and constantly seeks to maintain balance." Rollin Becker, DO
Tuition excludes lodging and transportation. Please do not make airplane or other non-refundable travel reservations until you have spoken over the phone or email to the seminar instructor within 1 month of the seminar to confirm your registration. SAMA is not responsible for refunding travel or lodging costs should a seminar cancel
- Class Length: Two-day Workshop.
- Class Credits: 12 CEs from the NCBTMB
- Dates: See Above Drop-down Menu
- Location: 855 Waterman Avenue, Unit B, East Providence, RI 02914
PLEASE NOTE: The instructor of this class is subject to change. All instructors are certified, qualified, experienced, skilled, gifted, and approved by Karyn.
Master Instructor: Andraly Horn, BS, LMT, RCST
Andraly Horn graduated from the Florida School of Massage in 1993. He went on teach musculoskeletal anatomy there for 4 years. He has been practicing massage full time since graduation, and has pursued advanced training and certification in Sports Massage, Structural Bodywork and Awareness, and Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. He is a member of the Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America and the American Massage Therapy Association. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science. In his spare time, he is an avid organic farmer and loves to spend as much time as possible observing and being still in the natural world.
"I know that when I take the time to let the slow rhythm do its work within the patient, it accomplishes more towards physiological rebalancing than anything I have ever observed in any other form of treatment." Rollin Becker, DO, The Stillness of Life