Calcium Deposits & Power Point Deep Tissue

Mar 2, 2024

Mar 3, 2024

8:00 am To 6:00 pm

Nashville, TN, USA

https://www.trinitytherapeuticsceu.com

$450

272-257-9319

16

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Event Description

This course utilizes lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice focusing on the recognition, causes/effects, and treatment of the calcium deposits will have on the musculoskeletal system. Students will be presented with a deep tissue massage therapy technique to perform on clients who present with pain and restricted ROM caused by calcium deposits. The course is over 75% hands on learning!

Organizers

Tatyana Richmond

272-257-9319

About the Instructor

Founder Of Trinity Therapeutics CEU, LLC. Author And Instructor Of The Course. Massage Therapist Licensed In 2005 By NCBTMB And Florida Board. Currently Holds a PA License #MSG012137

NCBTMB Approved Provider #1000579.

Certified In:

  • Advanced Cranio Sacral Therapy
  • Myofascial Release
  • Medical Massage
  • ETPS Pain Management
  • And Many Other Techniques

Years Of Hands-on Experience Provides A Deep Understanding And Insight Into The Intricacies Of Muscular Anatomy, Resulting In The Development Of The Unique “Power Point Deep Tissue” Technique.

Registration Details

Early Bird Discount Available Until February 20, 2024

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Deep Tissue Massage

Deep tissue massage forms the backbone of most massage practices, and by expanding your skill repertoire, you can improve your sessions and set yourself apart from other massage therapists. Courses on specific areas of the body, such as the neck or rotator cuff, may be the most common, but continuing education has much more to offer for deep tissue practitioners.

Some deep tissue CE classes cover techniques that are only possible through deep tissue work, such as releasing the ribcage for better breathing. Modalities like neuromuscular therapy can make your sessions more effective and help you specialize your practice. If you perform a lot of deep tissue therapy, consider courses covering forearm-only massage or the use to tools to reduce hand strain.