10/21/2018-Working with Muscles of the Shoulder Girdle
Explore working in a sensitive and appropriate manner. Expand your confidence when working on clients with shoulder issues. Increase your comfort level in a clinical as well as a creative way.
Shoulders are associated with work, action, responsibility and how we relate to the world outside. Postural imbalances reflect both emotion and physical issues.
Stimulate your practice with clinical skills specifically to meet your clients’ needs in this important area of the body.
Date: October 21, 2018
Time: 9:00am to 6:00pm
Cortiva Institute - Newington Campus
75 Kitts Lane
Newington, Connecticut 06111
CE Credits: 8
Instructor: Blane Hurie
Instructor Bio: Blane Hurie is a licensed massage therapist and has been working in the field for over 31 years. He has been teaching at the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy since 1985, teaching such courses as Massage Therapy 2, Massage Therapy 3, Kinesiology, Clinic, Discovery, and workshops on the neck and low back for the assistants program. As an educator and clinician, Blane has worked in diverse settings, such as Chiropractic offices, spa/ health club settings, and private practices. His work emphasizes quality of touch, palpation certainty, and results based therapy. Blane has studied with Bob King, Aaron Mattes, James Waslaski, and Whitney Lowe.
What to Bring: Massage linens.