Upcoming Events


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Chronic Pain Simplified Online
Module One: Chapters 1-3: 20 Category A CEU’s (CMTNB approved)

Module Two: Chapters 4-6: 20 Category A CEU’s (CMTNB approved)
BOTH modules for only $297(plus tax)


*THIS IS NOT AN ANBMT SPONSORED COURSE*
Acupressure Massage for Relaxation and Health

**This is an online massage course
CMTNB Approved 4.5 category A CECs

$699.00


*THIS IS NOT AN ANBMT SPONSORED EVENT 
Introduction to Imagery

This is an online, self-study course
CMTNB APPROVED: 0.75 Category B CEUs


*THIS IS NOT AN ANBMT SPONSORED COURSE
Bowenwork® or Bowen therapyFollowing dates are scheduled for 2020 at Eastern College, Moncton NB
May 23-26, 2020 – Module 1 and 2

August 8-11, 2020 – Module 3 and 4
October 17-20, 2020 – Module 5 and 6
Tuition: $410.00 per module

Each module is worth 6.5 category A CEUs (CMTNB approved)


Gua Sha Therapy Level 1 & 2 + Advanced MFR and Gua Sha for the Face and Neck
September 12–September 13, 2020 (2 days)
Chateau Moncton - Hotel & Suites
100 Main Street
Moncton, NB
$350.00 (ANBMT members) Non-Member: $450.00
*Registration fee includes: Gua sha tool set (5 differently shaped horn tools) + jade heart-shaped tool (for face) $40 value
6 category A CECs (CMTNB approved)


BE2: Basic Elements 2–The Cranium
September 18–20, 2020 (3 days)  *Prerequisite: BE1 Basics Level 1 or Equivalent
STU Conference Centre
368 Forest Hill Road
Fredericton, NB
$500.00 (ANBMT members) Non-Member: $600.00
9.5 Category A CECs (CMTNB Approved)

Massage Therapy for Pregnancy
October 3–October 4, 2020 (2 days)

Chateau Saint John - Hotel & Suites
369 Rockland Road
Saint John, NB E
$375.00 (ANBMT members) Non-Member: $475.00
8 Category A CECs (CMTNB Approved)


*THIS IS NOT AN ANBMT SPONSORED COURSE
CST Basic Elements 3 "The Anterior Cranium" (BE3)
October 23-25, 2020
Halifax, NS
Piccadilly Room, Halifax Marriott Residence Inn on Grafton Street
Registration Fee: $498 USD(A $200 deposit is required with registration
Prerequisite: BE2 or equivalent training
9.5 category CEUs (CMTNB approved) *MTANS Approved for 10 Primary Units

Joint Mobilizations from the Ground Up
October 31–November 1, 2020 (2 days)
STU Conference Centre
368 Forest Hill Road
Fredericton, NB
$300.00 (ANBMT members) Non-Member: $400.00
7 category A CECs (CMTNB Approved)

Joint Mobilizations from the Ground Up
Instructed by Conor Collins, BHSc. DipSIT, RMT, CAMA, FMT

Registration Deadline: October 17, 2020

Date: October 31–November 1, 2020 (2 days) Maximum: 30 Registrants
Time: 9:00am¬–5:00pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Location: STU Conference Centre
368 Forest Hill Road
Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5G3
Fee: $300.00 (ANBMT members) Non-Member: $400.00
*This course is $400.00 when offered by Instructor
(PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION; RESERVATIONS NOT ACCEPTED)
CECs: 7 category A CECs (CMTNB Approved)

Preferred room rate: Crowne Plaza, Fredericton, NB $144.00 + HST per night. Toll Free 1-866-444-1946
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Toll Free Direct: 1-866-444-1946; Booking reference: ANBMT Group

Course Details
If you are stuck doing joint play the same old way, this course is for you!
Joint play is one of the most common techniques used in the massage therapy industry. While it remains popular, very few advancements have been made in the technique itself. During this course, Conor will review the current evidence as it pertains to joint play; as well as, a review of joint play for the entire body. He will offer variations on common techniques and present new concepts to improve outcomes on techniques massage therapists are already using. Lastly, he will discuss at-home exercises to prescribe to patients to provide them with the biggest return for the investment that they put into their health.

The morning of day 1 will be spent reviewing the physiology of joint play as well as gaining practical insight into refining current joint assessment strategies. The common types of joint play will be reviewed; as well as, the goals and clinical indications for each. High versus low-grade mobilizations will be discussed, analyzed and critically appraised as to whether or not there is truly a difference in their utility. Following lunch, four hours of a practical lab will take place, applying mobilizations to the entire appendicular skeleton. Day 2 begins with joint play applications for the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine. The afternoon of day two will be spent bringing concepts together. Adding active patient movement to joint mobilizations will be introduced, including key at-home exercises that will help lead to longer positive clinical outcomes.

Day 1
9-10 Introductions - causes, mechanisms and physiology of joint mobilizations
10-11 Patient indications, contradictions, and selection of joint play type; introduction to clinical reasoning, review of Maitland and Katleborn joint mobilizations
11-12 Practical lab–a review of joint play grades, types and means of assessing passive range of motion
12-1 Lunch
1-3 Lower extremity joint mobilizations: joint play applied to the foot, ankle, knee, and hip
3-5 Upper extremity joint mobilizations: joint play applied to the wrist, hand, elbow and shoulder

Day 2
9-12 Joint mobilizations to the cervical spine, lumbar spine, and thoracic spine
12-1 Lunch
1-2 Mobilizations with movement–how to use movement to improve your patient outcomes
2-3 Home exercise–making concepts stick and how to prescribe home exercise plans to improve mobility for patients at-home
3-4 The most important at-home exercises patients can do to improve joint play outcomes
4-5 Review, summarize, and clinical application in case study format

What to Bring
• Massage table (1 per 3 participants)
• Snacks, Lunch, Water
• Wear comfortable clothing (tank tops, t-shirts, shorts)

About the Instructor
Conor Collins is in his eleventh year of manual therapy and movement education, as both a massage therapist and sports injury therapist. Conor provides a unique approach to clinical practice combining disciplines of manual therapy integrated with movement-based rehabilitation strategies. With over a decade of taping experience, Conor applies new concepts of movement-based taping with traditional athletic taping protocols. Outside of clinical practice, Conor instructs upcoming manual therapists at the college level. During his career, he has also had the pleasure of managing athletes and consulting for national level and club teams in both the NHL and NCAA. Conor shares a special clinical interest in concussion management and has spent many years treating endurance triathletes and runners.

Registration form, click here


 

Massage Therapy for Pregnancy

Instructed by Cindy McNeely, RMT & Angela Brown, RMT
Trimesters: Massage Therapy Education

Registration Deadline: September 5, 2020

Date: October 3–October 4, 2020 (2 days) Maximum: 24 Registrants
Time: 9:00pm–6:00pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Location: Chateau Saint John - Hotel & Suites
369 Rockland Road
Saint John, NB E2K 3W3
Fee: $375.00 (ANBMT members) Non-Member: $475.00 *The course manual is included in the fee ($15)
*This course is $560 when offered through Trimesters Massage Therapy Education
(PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION; RESERVATIONS NOT ACCEPTED)
CECs: 8 Category A CECs (CMTNB Approved)

Preferred Room Rate: Chateau Saint John, $129.99 plus taxes per night (includes breakfast and Wi-Fi). Phone: 506-644-4444 Booking Reference: ANBMT Group Rate
*This 2-day course is intended for registered massage therapists and massage therapy students.

Course objectives:
The goal of this 2-day course (15 hour in-class instruction) is to provide participants with a solid theoretical and practical foundation of providing massage therapy for the pregnant client. The physical and emotional changes a woman experiences from preconception planning to the birth of the infant are considerable. Upon completion of this course, the massage therapist or student will know how to provide safe, professional, and knowledgeable care for their pregnant clients.

Classes will be composed of practical instruction, videos, discussions, and lectures.

The participant will learn:
• Physiological and anatomical changes that affect our massage therapy treatments with clients
• Theory and practical techniques for providing massage therapy
• Developing effective treatment strategies relevant to the client's goals, signs and symptoms, stage of pregnancy, and medical condition
• Hands-on component where participants can apply their learned skills
• Contraindications and precautions to provide effective and safe care during pregnancy

Summary of topics covered:
• Choosing a caregiving team during pregnancy
• Physical realities which may occur in each trimester and how the massage therapist can facilitate increased ease related to these symptoms:
o morning sickness, fatigue, breast tenderness
o heartburn, varicose veins, abdominal changes
o musculoskeletal discomforts, postural changes, blood pressure issues
• Hands-on massage therapy practice appropriate for each trimester, which includes practice with positioning, draping, and technique application

• Developing one’s clinical acumen:
o Case History Information, medical issues, and contraindications
o Adapting to the individuality of the pregnant woman and her health history
o Providing safe and effective care, which draws on pregnancy as a ‘normal’ healthy event in the life of the woman
• Stress and emotional factors which can impact on the pregnant woman
• Self-care exercises and hydrotherapy during pregnancy
• Massage therapy preparation for the birthing experience
• Marketing strategies for establishing a well-known perinatal clinical practice
• Community resources and making appropriate referrals

What to bring:
• Massage table (1 per 2 participants)
• 2 Sheets, 4 pillows, 2 large towels + 2 small towels
• Massage lotion or cream
• Snacks, lunch, water
• Wear comfortable or loose-fitting clothing
• Each participant will be provided with a Trimester’s manual during the course. *This is included in the registration fee.
• *The instructor(s) request 1-2 pregnant volunteers (second or third trimester) for demonstrations on Saturday afternoon and for most of the day on Sunday. If there is a pregnant RMT in the training (2nd or 3rd trimester), that would be amazing!

About the Instructors
Cindy McNeely, RMT, has been in practice in Ontario since 1985. Her teaching career in massage therapy began in 1988. In 1995, Trimesters: Massage Therapy Education was formed by Cindy and her colleague Alison Hines Berman, RMT and practicing midwife in Ontario and the Arctic. Their goal was to raise the standards of perinatal massage therapy throughout Canada. Cindy’s perinatal teaching has taken her to seven Canadian provinces, where she has taught as faculty for massage therapy colleges. She has also provided trainings for provincial Associations at their conferences, provided workshops within massage therapy and P.T. clinics and spas. Along with massage therapy, Cindy also provides training for labour support provider/doula for those RMTS who wish to attend births. She has worked extensively with parents, babies, and children to provide knowledge, education, and hands-on therapy for infants, children, and within pediatric situations. She created the first Canadian Level III Regional Perinatal Hospital massage therapy program, which has trained massage therapy students for over twenty-five years. The program exists within high-risk pregnancy units, labour and delivery, maternal-newborn units and the NICU setting. In 2002, Trimesters collaborated with the Atlantic College of Massage Therapy to create the most comprehensive college-based perinatal training available in Canada–a 125-hours program devoted entirely to massage therapy during pregnancy, birth, the postpartum timeframe, and with babies and children. http://www.trimesters.on.ca

Angela Brown, RMT, is a practicing registered massage therapist and ANBMT member since July 2000; a Trimester’s trained labour support provider/doula, and infant massage instructor. Angela graduated in 2000 from the Kawartha Centre of Integrated Health Education in Peterborough, Ontario, and she has been serving the Fredericton area for the past 20 years. She is an instructor at the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage (ACTM); as well as, a guest instructor for Trimesters: Massage Therapy Education. Angela currently provides therapeutic, prenatal, infant and child massage therapy treatments at Avalon Salon Spa in Fredericton, NB.

Registration form, click here


 

BE2: Basic Elements 2–The Cranium

Instructed by Gary Keeling, BPE, BSc (PT)

Registration Deadline: September 4, 2020

Date: September 18–20, 2020 (3 days) Maximum: 20 Registrants *Prerequisite: BE1 Basics Level 1 or Equivalent
Time: 2:00pm–8:00pm (Friday); 9:00am¬–5:00pm (Saturday & Sunday)
Location: STU Conference Centre
368 Forest Hill Road
Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5G3
Fee: $500.00 (ANBMT members) Non-Member: $600.00
*This course is $498.00 USD or $658.00 CAD through CST Alliance
(PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION; RESERVATIONS NOT ACCEPTED)
CECs: 9.5 Category A CECs (CMTNB Approved)

Preferred room rate: Crowne Plaza, Fredericton, NB $144.00 + HST per night. Toll Free 1-866-444-1946
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Toll Free Direct: 1-866-444-1946; Booking reference: ANBMT Group

Course Details
This three-day class is a continuation of fundamental aspects of craniosacral therapy and builds on knowledge and applications learned in BE1, now focusing on the cranium and intracranial membranes.

These topics will be discussed:
• anatomy, palpation, and treatment methodology of the cranial vault
• meningeal membranes, cranial nerves
• use of the cranial bones as handles to manually influence the fluid dynamics and reciprocal tension mechanisms of the craniosacral system
• relationship of prominent facial bones to the cranial vault

The attending student¬–combining knowledge and skills acquired in this class and BE1–will be able to do a more thorough assessments of the craniosacral system and facilitate therapeutic change in the intracranial membranes that surround the central nervous system.

What to Bring
• Massage table (1 per 2 participants)
• Bolsters and pillows
• Snacks, Lunch, Water
• Wear comfortable or loose-fitting clothing (tank tops, t-shirts)
• Please be prepared to both give and receive manual therapy

About the Instructor
Gary Keeling, BPE, BSc (PT) has over 25 years-experience using cranial sacral therapy techniques with his patients. He has completed advanced courses in cranial sacral therapy and visceral manipulation techniques. He has been a physiotherapist for over 25 years. Gary has taught and assisted in numerous manual therapy courses, as well as, cranial sacral therapy courses. Presently he is an instructor at the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage in Fredericton.

Registration form, click here


 

Gua Sha Therapy Level 1 & 2 + Advanced MFR and Gua Sha for the Face and Neck
Instructed by Ailsa Keppie, BSc Hons in Physiology, RMT, MFR Practitioner

Registration Deadline: August 29, 2020

Date: September 12–September 13, 2020 (2 days) Maximum: 20 Registrants
Time: 9:30am¬–4:30pm (Saturday–Sunday)
Location: Chateau Moncton - Hotel & Suites
100 Main Street
Moncton, N.B. E1C 1B9
Fee: $350.00 (ANBMT members) Non-Member: $450.00 *This course is $450 when offered by the Instructor
*Registration fee includes: Gua sha tool set (5 differently shaped horn tools) + jade heart-shaped tool (for face) $40 value
(PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION; RESERVATIONS NOT ACCEPTED)
CECs: 6 category A CECs (CMTNB approved)

Preferred Room Rate: Chateau Moncton, $129.00 plus taxes per night (includes breakfast, free parking, and Wi-Fi).
Phone: 506-870-4444 Toll free: 1-800-575-4040 Booking Reference: ANBMT Group Rate

*IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: Novex (Lackner McLennan Insurance) has approved Gua sha to be added to the RMT policy. There is no additional premium. Gua sha is considered to be a higher-risk-exposure / invasive modality by Novex. Participants must submit certificates of training to the ANBMT for endorsement to practice this modality.

Course Details
Day 1
Gua sha Level 1
As it relates to massage, Gua sha therapy is a specialized fascial therapy. The Gua sha practitioner exerts force on specific body parts or trigger points with tools or hand manipulation. Treating hypertonicity of the fascia and myofascial trigger points with associated buildup of toxins in the soft tissue. Biomedical studies show that Gua sha therapy can directly stimulate peripheral nerves, improve local circulation of blood and lymph fluid; speed up the metabolism, promote nutritional supply, and facilitate the body’s defense systems. This improves the state and function of the soft tissue in the treated area. Gua sha therapy is part of the study and application of Chinese medicine. Using the techniques that are within the massage therapists’ scope of practice, Gua sha therapy can greatly enhance the effectiveness of a massage treatment.

Course content:
- Overview of Gua sha history and its current applications in massage therapy
- Intro to tools and techniques for different body parts, demo and discussion
- Practical practice of techniques specifically covering sciatica, lower back pain, and plantar fasciitis. Case studies, guidelines of treatment, integrating Gua sha into a massage session
- Dialogue with clients about the effects, consent, and communication

Learning outcomes:
- Student will be able to correctly describe the use, effects, and contraindications of Gua sha therapy
- Student will have awareness of the different types of Gua sha tools and techniques; how to apply them in their practice
- Student will be able to incorporate Gua sha therapy into a massage treatment using correct technique and flushing, so as to minimize discomfort to the client
- Student will be aware of common uses of Gua sha therapy and when it is indicated for a client

Gua sha Level 2
Course content:
- In addition to the skills learned in level 1, we will cover sprains and strains, tendonitis, shoulder restriction, headaches, neck pain, and Dupeytren’s contracture (a hand deformity that affects tissue under the skin of the palm)
- Learn and explore the fascial connections to the 12 main meridians in TCM; and learn how similar fascial lines are to the Chinese system
- Clearing blocked chi both mechanically and energetically
- Demos and hands-on practice of all techniques learned

Learning outcomes:
- In addition to level 1 outcomes, learning the basic fascial patterns that match the meridians in TCM
- Understand how to treat chronic oedema and inflammation associated with the above soft tissue dysfunctions
- Have more confidence in using Gua sha in a massage treatment
- Feel confident in explaining how fascial work and Gua sha therapy works for a client

Day 2
Advanced MFR and Gua sha for the Face and Neck
This course will provide instruction in advanced myofascial techniques for the facial muscles and the muscle and fascial attachments down the anterior cervical area and along the clavicle. The techniques taught will be based on John F. Barnes’ style of fascial work and TCM Gua sha therapy.

Course participants will have a prerequisite knowledge of basic fascial work and of the anatomy of the face and neck. They will also be expected to be familiar with Gua sha technique from the level 1 course.

Learning outcomes:
- To review and increase the anatomical knowledge of the facial area, and how to integrate treatment of these areas into a conventional massage treatment
- To have more skill with myofascial release especially of the face and neck area; be able to determine when and where treatment would be beneficial
- To be comfortable integrating facial Gua sha treatment into a session
- To understand how to educate the client on the benefits and the beneficial aftercare for treating the facial area
- To have a better understanding of how treating the fascial structures can help to decrease pain and increase mobility of the joints and soft tissue of the face, jaw, neck, and clavicular area
- To be confident in the amount of pressure required and the right tools for the area being treated

**All Gua sha is contraindicated for pregnancy and is not recommended for young children or the elderly. Other contraindications as for massage.

What to bring:
- 1 set of sheets, 1 large towel + 2 small towels
- Pillow
- Massage oil or cream
- Yoga/Gym attire
- Portable massage table (1 per 2 participants)
- Snacks, lunch, water
- *The instructor will provide a binder with notes for all participants (no additional fee)
- *A range of Gua Sha tools will be available for purchase during the course

About the Instructor
Ailsa Keppie, BSc Hons in Physiology, RMT, and MFR practitioner has studied with John F. Barnes (10 courses) and has been mentored by Peter Stuart, RMT, MFR therapist, for the past decade. Ailsa uses myofascial release as her main mode of treatment in her practice in Halifax, NS. Ailsa has also worked with and was monitored by Dr. Fronie Leroy, OMD, from 2013-2015. During this time, she developed the Gua sha Level 1 and 2 courses with Dr. Leroy. Ailsa has been teaching Gua sha since 2014 and she has continued to practice and study Gua sha therapy. Ailsa is a member in good standing with MTANS and she practices at Inner Ocean Healing Centre in Halifax.

Registration form, click here


 

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CST Basic Elements 3 "The Anterior Cranium" (BE3)
October 23-25, 2020
Halifax, NS
Piccadilly Room, Halifax Marriott Residence Inn on Grafton Street
Registration Fee: $498 USD(A $200 deposit is required with registration
Prerequisite: BE2 or equivalent training
9.5 category CEUs (CMTNB approved) *MTANS Approved for 10 Primary Units

To learn more visit: https://www.cstalliance.com/cst-curriculum/be3-basic-elements-3/

This class moves the understanding of the structural continuum of the craniosacral system forward. We learn the bones of the face and the hard palate, their individual movement and their relationship to each other and the cranium as a whole. We will explore in detail the sphenoid, highly regarded as the keystone of the cranium by William G. Sutherland, D.O. We will study Sutherland's work regarding the aberrant movement patterns of the sphenoid and its reflection throughout the craniosacral system. The attending student now has a complete working knowledge of the craniosacral mechanism and all of the structures directly affecting it. The student will be able to apply the principles of light touch, intention and tissue release to facilitate the body's ability to heal itself.


 

*THIS IS NOT AN ANBMT SPONSORED COURSE*

Acupressure Massage for Relaxation and Health
**This is an online massage course

CMTNB Approved 4.5 category A CECs
$699.00

Description
So much more than just a recorded lecture series or online seminar, this course is extraordinary learning content. Students learn centuries-old healing traditions and gain access to the closely guarded family secrets of a Traditional Chinese Medical dynasty that stretches back six generations.

Acupressure Massage for Relaxation and Health was faithfully derived from the teachings of Dr. Diana Tong Li and Dr. Franklyn Shi Chen, doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) with more than forty-years of clinic and college experience. Using step-by-step instructions, artful graphics, and clear video examples, the course teaches the ancient art of acupressure massage; techniques that have helped thousands of real patients relax and heal stress, anxiety, depression, TMJ headaches and more.

It has been part of the curriculum at the Canadian College of Acupuncture & TCM for years, and now education in this valuable healing modality is accessible online.

This course is designed for healthcare professionals like massage therapists, sports therapists, naturopaths, homeopaths, continuing care assistants and others. But TCM enthusiasts will appreciate the practical skills and ancient knowledge too.

This is highly detailed, easy-to-use, learning content.

What’s included?

Explanation of basic TCM theory to illustrate the concepts behind the practice
Progressive video training of each procedure, supplemented with detailed reference material and classroom reference notes from real professors of TCM
Knowledge checks that ensure understanding
Relevant practical sessions so you can practice the massage techniques prior to proceeding further into the course
Student Instructor forums to ask the experts questions and communicate with other students
Library of additional resources to supplement your understanding of Acupressure Massage
When there seems to be a million online learning options out there, this course is a special gem.

To regiser, click the link below:

https://tcmnaturalhealth.com/tcm-courses/acupressure-massage-for-relaxation-and-health/


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PLEASE CONTACT THE INSTRUCTOR TO REGISTER

Bowenwork® or Bowen therapy

Bowenwork® or Bowen therapy is a gentle form of fascial body work where subtle moves are performed
over muscles, tendons, ligaments, neurovascular bundles and connective tissue sending messages deep into
the body, retrieving memory of a preferred, relaxed, balanced way of being. The impulse created by the
move stimulates a response that reverberates through the fascia affecting nerves, lympathics, organ function,
muscles and joints. Bowenwork does not use forceful manipulation and can be used on anyone regardless
of their health status including the very frail, elderly, newborns and trained athletes.

Integral to the treatment are the pauses of 2-3 minutes between sets of moves enabling more than one client
to be treated at the same time with much less physical strain for the massage therapist.

The Bowenwork® procedures are taught in seven modules, each 16 classroom hours long. The modules
must be taken in sequence as each one reviews and builds on what was taught previously. The content of
each module is standard in every country where Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia accredited
instructors teach.

Following dates are scheduled for 2020 at Eastern College, Moncton NB
May 23-26, 2020 – Module 1 and 2
August 8-11, 2020 – Module 3 and 4
October 17-20, 2020 – Module 5 and 6
Tuition: $410.00 per module

Each module is approved for 6.5 category A CECs (CMTNB approved)

Registration fee to the national registry (CBBG-Canadian Bowenwork/Bowtech Group) is required for all
students and practitioners. This is an annual fee of 101.70 is due at Module one.

Janet E. Riley, RN Director
www.bowentrainingacademy.com 613 848-2083
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Register here: https://www.bowentrainingacademy.com/tuition-register/


 

*THIS IS NOT SPONSORED BY THE ANBMT

Introduction to Imagery

This is an online, self-study course.

Learn How To Properly Introduce Imagery Into Your Training Environment, or Daily Routines

Looking to understand Imagery better, or learn functional examples? This basic introduction course will guide you through the foundations of imagery, and how to build on it from there.

This course is self-guided and you will always have access to the course contents, downloads, and audio files.

Course Outline:
What is Imagery?
Building an Effective Image
Functional Practice
Self Evaluation

Contact Joshua Fry, RMT, by  e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for assistance or more information.

Total Estimated Time to Complete: 60-90 minutes, allowing time for you to perform imagery.

https://clinicgo.teachable.com/p/introduction-to-imagery


 

*THIS IS NOT AN ANBMT SPONSORED COURSE*

Chronic Pain Simplified Online

Module One: Chapters 1-3: 20 Category A CEU’s (CMTNB approved)
Module Two: Chapters 4-6: 20 Category A CEU’s (CMTNB approved)

BOTH modules for only $297(plus tax)

Chronic Pain Simplified is an online video lecture series focusing on the mysteries of soft tissue injury and chronic pain and right now you can receive two modules for the price of one! The course links anatomy, physiology, biochemistry and biomechanics with practical hands-on techniques. The practical techniques, taught in a split screen format, for Modules One & Two include active/passive myofascial techniques of the cervical spine, low back, the upper extremity & the hip/pelvis.

To sign up, simply go to www.chronicpainsimplified.com, click on JOIN and choose the YEARLY PASS. The cost is $297(plus tax) and this introductory price includes full access to BOTH modules. Once you’ve logged in to your account, click on Continuing Education (under Lectures) and follow the instructions.

Please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.


*THIS IS NOT AN ANBMT SPONSORED EVENT*

Craniosacral Therapy Basic Elements 2 "The Cranium" (BE2)

May 22-24, 2020
Instructor: Gary Keeling, BPE, BSc (PT), CSTA-CP
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Piccadilly Room, Halifax Marriott Residence Inn on Grafton Street
CMTNB 9.5 Category A CEUs (CMTNB) and MTANS Approved for 10 Primary Units
Prerequisite: BE1 or equivalent training
Registration: $498 U.S.
Learn more at: https://www.cstalliance.com/cst-curriculum/be2-basic-elements-2/

This three-day class is a continuation of fundamental aspects of craniosacral therapy and builds on knowledge and applications learned in BE1, now focusing on the cranium and intracranial membranes.
These topics will be discussed:
anatomy, palpation and treatment methodology of the cranial vault
meningeal membranes, cranial nerves
use of the cranial bones as handles to manually influence the fluid dynamics and reciprocal tension mechanisms of the craniosacral system
relationship of prominent facial bones to the cranial vault

The attending student--combining knowledge and skills acquired in this class and BE1--will be able to do a more thorough assessment of the craniosacral system and facilitate therapeutic change in the intracranial membranes that surround the central nervous system.


 

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