In this very special Pelvis and lower extremities, in-person & Virtual Seminar, you will learn practical and effective approaches for finding and treating chronic back, hip and knee pain problems.
The Myoskeletal pelvis and leg techniques pioneered by renowned manual therapy innovator Erik Dalton combine soft tissue and joint stretching routines that positively impact the brain's sensory receptor system. By downgrading noxious input to the central nervous system, the client experiences less protective muscle guarding, reduced stress, and enhanced pain relief. Aubrey will add his unique perspective by providing participants with an "easy to grasp" formula for assessing and treating common conditions such as frozen hip and pelvic and tibial torsion patterns.
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This seminar includes techniques and treatment sequences for:
Presentations include some of the most advanced anatomy 3D imaging from 3D4 Medical to enhance your learning!
Freedom From Pain Institute® recognises this seminar as live workshop hours for participation in the Master Myoskeletal Therapist (MMT) program.
This course is also recognised by the Complementary Health Professionals in the UK and by the Irish Massage Therapists Association in Ireland for CPD points.
9am - 6 pm (Sign in starts at 8:45 am on Friday).
Please have a pen and notepaper to hand. It is recommended that you have a partner available to practice the practical techniques with. A minimum of a level 3 or foundation level massage qualification is a prerequisite for participation in this course.
"This course was well thought out, well structured, with plenty of useful techniques and enough time to understand their purpose, the application and the assessment of the result. Personally, I have already used all of the techniques and found them very effective. I don’t think I have taken away as much usable techniques before and felt fully confident of them..."
"I am approaching this learning from the perspective of an experienced hospital doctor and my eyes are being opened to the potential for improvement in pain, function and quality of life if we simply employ both the skill and art of touch. Touch has lost status as a diagnostic tool as we favour the objectiveness of imaging. However, touch is both diagnostic and therapeutic. I feel that medical training needs to embrace the power of touch.."
"I absolutely loved the whole thing. I learned so many new techniques that I can’t wait to start using with clients with really clear instructions as to how and when to apply."
"Aubrey's answers connected many dots (pieces of knowledge that I had acquired over the years from various sources) that I had formulated hypotheses of but I had not connected with scientific support. I am very glad he was so eloquently and concisely present them to us. My key take away is "Take more courses from Aubrey!"."
Holistic Massage, Sports Massage, Orthopaedic Massage or equivalent
Each student is required to bring to class:
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