Who: Magnus & Bobbi Eklund
When: May 18 – 19, 2024,
9 AM – 6 PM
Credits: 16 CE Hours
“It’s the fascia that envelops and crosses joints. Joints become the red flags; they tell you if and how something is wrong. You have to look for relationship, not only of joints, but within all the mesodermal tissue. This will give you a more inclusive picture of what is going on in a body than if you look at the muscles.”
–Dr. Ida P. Rolf
"Magnus's instructional style leads to that crystal-clear movement we all hope for when investing in a hands-on massage CE seminar; that moment of revelation when one realizes this work just makes sense. Powerful and effective, this is something I can do to make a genuine difference in the well-being of my clients. Magnus's three-part DVD series is an invaluable learning tool to use as a complement to his CE seminars."
Description: This course presents the fundamental concepts & strategies of SynergeticTM Myofascial Therapy, which is inspired by the work of Dr. Ida P. Rolf, PNF stretching techniques, Resisted/active/ passive joint ROM & functional movements.
- Learn how to combine hands–on myofascial techniques with active movements from the client to create space and structural balance in the body.
- Learn postural and movement assessments to better understand how to improve structure through specific applications of myofascial techniques. Learning these skills will help you integrate fascial techniques into a session for your clients.
- Learn how to work effectively with nerve compression in myofascia of the neck, chest, shoulder, and back. How to create opening and space in the fascia to improve brachial plexus & cranial nerve flow.
Approved CE: NCBTMB, FL, GA, MS, AL, LA 122 – 1872 – boards approved
Approved Webinar CE: NCBTMB FL, MS
Bobbi Eklund AL LMT 1691 is an RMT since 1991, & a CSMT graduate (Synergetic™ Myofascial Therapy – 200 hours) is the founder & instructor of Enterprise School of Massage. A movement educator since 1991, she specializes in teaching advanced fascial work & ground-breaking body mechanics.