Seated Barefoot Bodywork

September 14, 2019

September 15, 2019

9:00 am To 5:00 pm

6750 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, TN, USA

https://www.elevatemassage.training/events/seated-barefoot-bodywork-6

$395

14

Event Description

Two days of training (14 CE) that present a choreographed sequence for client’s upper body in supine and prone positions. Students watch demonstrations by the instructor then practice on each other while following instructor cues. On the last day of class students will perform the full sequence from start to finish on a guest client chosen by Elevate Massage Training for their ability to receive the work and provide constructive feedback. No experience required for this beginner level class. Seated Barefoot Bodywork is performed sitting on a stool at the head of the massage table. You’ll need enough flexibility to step up and swing one leg over to the other side of a 28” stool and sit comfortably with your back against the wall, knees together as in a cannonball position. *This course counts as 14hrs of the required 70hrs core coursework requirement for the Primary Barefoot Bodywork Program.

Organizers

Erin Law

https://www.elevatemassage.training/erin-law

Registration Details

50% deposit required to reserve your spot. Class size consciously limited to 4 participants.

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