DATE: October 6, 2024
LOCATION: Old Murphey School, 3717 Murphey School Road, Durham, NC 27705
Many clients complain of pain in the back, neck, and shoulders, yet often the tension that needs to be treated lies in the front of the body. This technique-oriented class focuses on key musculature of the anterior body. Learn skills to increase your confidence in addressing the front body, creating lasting change for your clients by targeting the root of dysfunction.
This one-day class will cover:
- Anatomy and kinesiology of key musculature on the anterior body
- Critical thinking regarding indications for anterior work
- Hands-on techniques to treat the deep structures of the anterior body; including psoas, diaphragm, pectoralis minor, longus colli and much more
The Awesome Anterior: Myofascial Techniques for the Core and More
October 6 (Sunday) 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
7 CE hours
Early Registration Discount- Register by August 8 and Save 10%
Work to the back feels good, right? Most clients ask for it. While work to the back of the body is beneficial and necessary, it is often not enough to address the root cause of our clients’ pain. Many of the tensional patterns that create pain in the back of the body actually originate from tension in the anterior body. The front of the body, especially the abdomen, is an area that is commonly given inadequate attention in massage sessions. But how can we provide maximum benefit to our clients when such a significant portion of the body is ignored?
This technique-oriented class focuses on the anatomy and kinesiology of key musculature in the anterior body. You will learn critical thinking skills regarding indications and contraindications for anterior work, as well as increase your confidence and proficiency in treating the front of the body. These techniques are sure to creating lasting change for your clients by targeting what is often the source of dysfunction, rather than chasing the symptoms.