6-Point Glute Release

April 23, 2019

April 23, 2019

9:00 am To 6:00 pm

435 East 9th Street, Tucson, AZ, USA

https://tucsoninstituteofmassage.com/product/6-point-glute-release/

$150

855-968-2581

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Event Description

Learn to activate the 3 Gluteal muscles and effectively loosen the tissue in clients. When these muscles are properly liberated, lower back pain is diminished, our core strength increases, knee discomfort is alleviated, and balance is restored.
April 23, 2019
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
8 CEU’s/ $150.00 ($125.00 Early Registration)
Instructor: Dianne ‘Mo’ Taith, LMT, CMMP

Organizers

Dianne 'Mo' Taith, LMT, CMMP

About the Instructor

Dianne, or Mo, as she prefers to be called, graduated in 2011 from Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. Having been inspired by her own massage instructors, she set upon her career to learn as much as she could about different and varying venues that a career in massage therapy can take a therapist with the intent of one day becoming a massage therapy instructor, Mo began fine-tuning her skills and sought out continuing education in Austin, TX and Northern California.

She began her teaching career at ASIS Massage Education in 2015 while working as a massage therapist for Miraval Arizona Life in Balance Spa. In 2017 she joined Cortiva Institute as a full-time instructor from 2017-2018 and is currently working for Greentoes North as an LMT and takes private clients at Affordable Massage Healing. and 12 Hands Massage Therapy & Bodywork.

Registration Details

Register at: https://tucsoninstituteofmassage.com/product/6-point-glute-release/

Or call 855-968-2581

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Neuromuscular therapy (NMT), sometimes called trigger point therapy, is a targeted, deep tissue massage technique. Concentrated pressure is applied to key points in order to relieve muscle spasms. It is often combined with other techniques as part of a deep tissue session.

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