Incorporating Therapeutic Stretching with your Massage Clients

July 29, 2019

July 30, 2019

9:30 am To 5:00 pm

Unity Center of Peace, Seawell School Road, Chapel Hill, NC, USA

http://www.integritytrainings.com

$250

919-701-8434

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Event Description

Much of the work that happens in the massage therapy field takes place between sessions. How can we best utilize this time? Learn how to be a more effective massage therapist by incorporating therapeutic stretching as part of your recommendations to clients. How do you suggest therapeutic stretching to your clients? How do you follow up and track their efficacy? Do you know the stretches in your own body and can you effectively demonstrate and language them to your clients?

This workshop will cover these skills and expand your repertoire of therapeutic exercises. We will discuss and experience the importance of stretches in different positions. This will assist you in developing your critical thinking as you alter stretches to meet your individual client’s needs and design stretching protocols your clients will actually use.

Empower your clients toward better self-care and being a partner in their own healing process. Work smarter, not harder,  by expanding the educative aspect of your practice. Plus all of the therapeutic exercises you learn in this class are great for your own self-care, too!

Organizers

Beverly Johnson

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About the Instructor

Beverly has over 30 years of experience in training and instructing in various capacities – first in retail management, then in the corporate business sector. Her interest in health, wellness, and the human body called her into the massage therapy field. She completed her massage training at Body Therapy Institute in Siler City, NC in 2000, where she later taught for 17 years serving as a lead instructor in all hands-on modalities as well as Professional Ethics and Massage Laws. She is also a former faculty member of the Center for Embodied Teacher Education. Beverly is a graduate of the Spirit of Learning, a teacher training program for Massage, Somatic and Healthcare Educators. Beverly has maintained a successful private massage therapy practice for 18 years. She has a passion for teaching and helping others deepen their understanding of the body. 

Registration Details

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