Miofascial Techniques and Functional Movement Assessments for the Athlete and Active Person
When: October 3 – 4, 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 that 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 Synergetic ™Myofascial Therapyincorporating advanced myofascial techniques, stretching, joint ROM & functional movementfor working with athletes.
- Learn how to combine hands –on myofascial techniques with active movements forthe athlete and active client.
- Learn postural and movement assessments to better understand how to improve structure through specific applications of myofascial techniques. Learning these skills will help youintegrate fascial techniques into a session for your athlete and active clients
- Learnhowtoprepare the body for safe structural work in deeper muscles and fascia.
- Learn sport specific advanced myofascial techniques and assessments to improve functional movement and prevent injuries.
(This is NOT a sports massage event course –no prior experience with myofascial techniques required)
Approved CE: NCBTMB, FL, GA, MS, AL, LA 122 – 1872 – boards approved