Massage Therapy and Pathology: Cardiovascular Conditions

February 29, 2020

February 29, 2020

1:00 pm To 5:00 pm

Body Mind Learn Center, North North Court, Palatine, IL, USA

$75

847-450-8031

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Event Description

As part of a weekend series of workshops, Ruth Werner will provide an interactive lecture on heart disease and the role of massage as it relates to fluid flow and fluid management capacity. Learn the background and current research on cardiovascular health.

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Ruth Werner

Ruth Werner

https://bodymindlearn.com/event/pathology-cardio-conditions/

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