Calcium Deposits & Power Point Deep Tissue

Sep 21, 2022

Sep 22, 2022

7:30 am To 5:00 pm

780 Bridgeport Avenue, Shelton, CT, USA



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Event Description

NCBTMB & FSMTB Approved – 12 CE Hands-On Seminar

Introducing A Course That Is 75% Hands-On Learning –
Making Your Deep Tissue Massage More Effective for Your Client, As Well As Easier and Safer for You!
We Guarantee You Will Learn Something New To Integrate Into Your Practice!!

This is NOT Another Trigger Point Therapy Course!!

Course Description:
(Recommended For LMTs With 2+ Years Experience)

Calcium Deposits
(Neck, Shoulder Mobilization):
Calcium Can Accumulate In The Body Where It Doesn’t Belong: Tendons, Muscles, Fascia … Creating Discomfort, Pain, Inflammation, Limiting ROM.

Upon Completion Of The Course, You Will Be Able To:

  • Locate Calcium Deposits
  • Treat Calcium Deposits
  • Increase ROM In The Neck And Shoulders

Power Point Deep Tissue
(Working With The Tissue Not Against It):
Therapeutic Deep Tissue Technique: While Highly Effective, Less Painful For The Patient And The Therapist.

Promotional Special for Our First Year SAVE $100 NOW!
Course Cost $550 HOWEVER You Will Pay $450!!


Tatyana B Richmond

Registration Details

Attendee cancellations will incur a $50.00 charge. There are NO refunds given if cancelled within one week of the class date. Trinity Therapeutics is not responsible for any expenses incurred by registrants due to program adjustments. 
Please e-mail us with any changes that may need to occur with your reservation for the class at [email protected]

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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.