IRT II – A Cervical, Cranial, & Sacral Mobilization Workshop

February 15, 2020

February 16, 2020

9:00 am To 5:00 pm

270 Carpenter Dr NE #500, Atlanta, GA 30328, USA




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Event Description

Integrated Restoration Technique is a comprehensive approach toward treatment of soft tissue pain, dysfunction and sport performance utilizing the following: Structural assessment, Structural alignment, Myofascial Mobilization, Muscle Energy Technique and Russian medical massage.

In this workshop we will be Assessing, Balancing and Correcting the CERVICAL SPINE, the SACRUM, and the CRANIAL VAULT. This is more than a Cranial/Sacral class. The class will be utilizing a combination of Muscle Energy, Joint Mobilization and Myofascial release. You’ll learn how to assess and apply specific corrective techniques for both the Sacrum and Cervical spine. You’ll also learn cranial vault mobilization techniques that help normalize the tone of the intracranial fascia. By correcting mal-alignments we can begin to help alleviate a variety of complaints, such as headaches, TMJ dysfunction, visual, audial, low back, shoulder and neck pain issues.

This class is laid out step by step. It’s easy to learn. It’s too easy not to do.

This is not a chiropractic course.

This is a hands on class. Please wear comfortable, loose clothing and shorts as we will be both assessing and correction both the Cervical, Sacrum and Cranial areas.
All of Ira’s classes come with a 50 page workbook.

Class Info

Dates: February 15-16, 2020
Times: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Saturday & Sunday
Class: A Cervical, Cranial, & Sacral Mobilization Workshop
CEU’s: 14 per level

Price: $275


Ira Wikel and Pat Barnes

About the Instructor

Instructors: Ira Wikel and Pat Barnes

Integrated Restoration Techniques [ IRT] is the brain child of Ira Wikel, LMT. A licensed massage therapist since 1982, Ira had been looking for techniques that would produce excellent results without taxing his body. After several hundred hours of continuation education, he put together this “greatest hits” package based on the therapeutic options that work for him. He continues to use them in his practice today and looks forward to teaching more massage therapists these methods.

Pat Barnes is a licensed massage therapist who graduated from ASHA School of Massage and then joined the staff there teaching with Ira Wikel. Pat has also taught Sports Therapy and Myofascial Release for Gwinnett College, Sandy Springs. Pat uses the principles of IRT in his daily practice. The addition of a second instructor in the IRT series ensures that each student will get the most of their hands-on instruction.

Registration Details

Register online or by phone.

Refunds: No refunds within 2 weeks of class. If there is a documented emergency, you may transfer after to a later class by this instructor.

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