10/6 & 10/7/2018, King of Prussia- Fascia Release Therapy – Upper Body
Cortiva Institute - Continuing Education
The three most common shoulder dysfunctions are elevation, protraction and internal rotation. This 16-hour upper body course begins with an in-depth exploration of the fascia arm meridians and how they interact with the meridians of the torso. We will discuss their functional and dysfunctional patterns, practice postural assessment, create treatment plans, and choose and apply fascia focused techniques. Build on the foundation of an isolated view of muscle locations and actions, to a more holistic global view of the fascia body. Notice compensation patterns, fascia connections and restrictions that contribute to pain patterns and loss of function.
The hands-on approach of the course is structured like a group mentoring session. Each therapist will participate as both a client and therapist. The first day we will complete individualized assessments, evaluate client patterns, record results on a body map, create a treatment plan, practice and receive techniques, and evaluate postural post treatment results.
Date: Saturday, October 6th & Sunday October 7th , 2018
Time: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Cortiva Institute - King of Prussia Campus
211 South Gulph Road
King of Prussia, PA 19406
CE Credits: 16
Instructor: Theresa Tobin Macy, LMT, C-IAYT
- 1 set of sheets
- A large bath towel
- A blanket
- Female – a towel or pillow case for chest draping
- Unscented lotion/cream