Friday, October 9 – 9am-6pm
Students will learn techniques to add to their skill sets as massage therapists and sports massage therapists. This will include learning Gua Sha (Graston, muscle scraping) techniques on upper and lower body. Titanium gua sha (graston tool will be provided).
Also covered in the class will be:
- proper foam rolling techniques,
- proper use of lacrosse balls to break up adhesions, and
- use of other tools for the therapist including percussion tools such as the Hypervolt.
The students will also learn proper Active Isolated Stretching (to use on clients and for self-care). Stretching strap will be provided. These skills are designed to give the therapist added skills to use on themselves for self-care and for their clients.
Presented by Jim Earley, LMT
8 CEs for LMTs
$185 per person; Registration & payment received by October 2
Late registration fee after October 2 if space allows = $210
Registration includes stretching strap
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– Max Sobhani
“I love everything about this course! I had a great time in BIMMI. Mary is wonderful and the class was amazing.”
– Jay Goldmanu
“Thank you!! Great day with lots of awesome info.”
– Jennifer Krebs
“Great classes at a convenient location. I would attend more if scheduled on a Saturday or Sunday.”
– James S.
“Excellent all around! Thank you Jim! Wonderful, clean, close to home. Good location.”
– Tara Gangi
“Jim is an excellent instructor. He is very knowledgeable and share it in a way that is easy to understand. The hand outs were extremely helpful. There were detailed and allowed the students to listen rather than racing to write notes. The paper was also of good quality and a folder provide. The photos in the hand outs are also helpful. The self-care segment is so helpful. We learned many techniques and tools. Great information. The class was so interesting. Time went by quickly. There was a great deal of hands-on with individual attention given. The ‘take home” tools are really appreciated such a great benefit and bone.”
– Sheri Nalbone