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    Myofascial Release CEU

    Wilmington, DE

    $695


    John F. Barnes

    20

    This exciting “hands-on” introductory course has trained thousands of health professionals. Graduates of this course are immediately able to produce positive, structural changes in their patients with acute and chronic pain and dysfunction. Read more…

    Myofascial Release CEU

    Wilmington, DE

    $695


    John F. Barnes

    20

    The Myofascial Unwinding seminar is designed to enhance your skill level and sensitivity providing you with a comprehensive treatment regime. Persistent pain and/or structural dysfunction may be perpetuated by “holding or bracing patterns” in the body. Read more…

    Myofascial Release CEU

    Wilmington, DE

    $695


    John F. Barnes

    20

    Myofascial Release I developed a fascinating framework of concepts and techniques. Myofascial Release II completes this conceptual framework with important, advanced, whole body Myofascial Release techniques and newly refined cranial advancements. Read more…

    Myofascial Release CEU

    Sanibel, FL

    $695


    John F. Barnes

    20

    This fascinating intermediate seminar will give you the confidence and skill to successfully treat cervical pain, restriction of motion, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, carpel tunnel, TMJ pain, and to decrease pain in the hand while increasing its functional mobility. Read more…

    Myofascial Release CEU

    Sedona, AZ

    $695


    John F. Barnes

    20

    This fascinating intermediate seminar will give you the confidence and skill to successfully treat cervical pain, restriction of motion, reflex sympathetic dystrophy, carpel tunnel, TMJ pain, and to decrease pain in the hand while increasing its functional mobility. Read more…

    Myofascial Release

    A popular continuing education choice, myofascial release is a modality that aims to relax tense, constricted fascia surrounding soft tissue. Whether caused by overuse, inactivity or an underlying condition like trauma or disease, the constricted fascia can contribute to muscle tension, poor circulation and referred pain. Practitioners use a light touch and slow motions to “release” constriction in myofascial release sessions or as part of a routine. Expect to find both broad overview and targeted technique programs, including pediatrics, women’s health and approaching illnesses like fibromyalgia.