Myofascial Unwinding

Aug 16, 2022

Aug 18, 2022

8:30 am To 1:00 am

Embassy Suites by Hilton Savannah, 605 West Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, GA, USA




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Event Description

Myofascial Unwinding

Myofascial Release Seminars is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider. #025821-00

(Prerequisite: Myofascial Release I)

Myofascial Unwinding is a highly effective movement therapy that is consistent in improving the quality and quantity of motion and relieving acute or chronic pain in orthopedic and neurologic dysfunction.

This “hands-on” experiential seminar provides participants with a heightened awareness as to how “bracing or holding” patterns exist within the body and at times impede rehabilitation efforts for proper recovery.

Therapists will learn to facilitate a patient’s inherent body motion to discover the exact position that will produce myofascial release and hence, reduce pain, spasm and/or spasticity for improved range of motion and functional mobility.

20 Contact Hours


John F. Barnes, PT

42 Lloyd Ave


About the Instructor

John F. Barnes, PT has been treating patients since 1960 and is the owner, director and chief physical therapist of the “Sanctuary” in Malvern, Pennsylvania and “Therapy on the Rocks” in Sedona, Arizona.

In addition to treating patients from around the world, John also manages a successful educational company, Myofascial Release Seminars. John F. Barnes began developing his Myofascial Release Approach® and teaching seminars in the 1970s. He has trained over 100,000 therapists and physicians in his highly successful Myofascial Release Approach®.

John was named one of the most influential persons in the therapeutic profession in the last century, in the national Massage Magazine's featured article titled “Stars of the Century.”

John F. Barnes, PT has been the featured speaker at the American Back Society symposiums for over 25 years. The American Back Society is comprised of neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, psychiatrists, therapists and TMJ specialists whose focus has been the most important advances in healthcare in the last century.

Registration Details

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