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)


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Introduction to Imagery

This is an online, self-study course
CMTNB APPROVED: 0.75 Category B CEUs
$10.00


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Foundations in Thai Massage 1
October 18-20, 2019
CMTNB Approved: 9.5 CATEGORY A CEUs

Woodstock, NB
*ANBMT members $50.00 discount
$325.00 (ANBMT members only)
Non-Member: $375.00

$40 manual
* Deposit of $150 required to reserve a spot


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CST Basic Elements 2/BE2: The Cranium
October 26-28
, 2019
CMTNB Approved: 9.5 CATEGORY A CEUs
Halifax, NS
$498 USD ($200 deposit is required with registration)
*ANBMT members $50.00 discount


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Structure, Symmetry, Foundation (SSF)
Nov 2-3, 2019

Pelvis/Sacrum CMTNB Approved: 3.75 CATEGORY A CEUs

Thoraco/Lumbar
CMTNB Approved:4 CATEGORY A CEUs
Delta Hotel by Marriott Beausejour, Moncton, NB


Solving Complex Hip Pain with Simple Solutions
Sunday, November 17, 2019
CECs: 3.5 CECs Cat A / Max: 22 registrants
Fee: $175.00 ANBMT Members / $350.00 Non-Members
Delta Hotel by Marriott Beausejour, Moncton, NB


Ayurvedic Foot Massage (Padabhyanga) Practitioner Course
Sunday, November 17, 2019
CECs: 6.5 CECs Cat A / Max: 14 registrants
Fee: $195.00 ANBMT Members / $275.00 Non-Members * Includes the Kasa Bowl $30.00 value
Delta Hotel by Marriott Beausejour, Moncton, NB


Jadestone Therapeutic Massage (bilingual course)
Sunday, November 17, 2019
9:00am - 5:00pm / AM Break: 10:30am PM Break: 3:00pm
CECs: 3.5 CECs Cat A / Max: 12 registrants
Fee: $385.00 ANBMT Members / $430.00 Non-Members
Delta Hotel by Marriott Beausejour, Moncton, NB


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CST Basic Elements 1
Dec 6-8,
2019
ACTM Fredericton, UNB
Lady Beaverbrook Gym

$498 USD


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Foundations in Acupuncture
CMTNB APPROVED: 70 CATEGORY A CEUS  (Case Studies)
52.25 Category A CEUs (In-Class Theory)
Fall 2019, Moncton NB

$3500   
August 23-26, 2019
September 6-9, 2019
October 4-7, 2019
October 25-28, 2019
Location: TBD



                                                       

 

Jeff Phillips, RMT & Jenny R. Haché, RMT
Jadestone Therapeutic Massage (bilingual course)
Sunday, November 17, 2019
9:00am - 5:00pm / AM Break: 10:30am PM Break: 3:00pm
CECs: 3.5 CECs Cat A / Max: 12 registrants
Fee: $385.00 ANBMT Members / $430.00 Non-Members

What to Bring: Material - Requirements from each participant
• Three sheets
• Two pillowcases
• Two pillows
• Blanket
• Towel to reinforce draping
• Medium (oil, lotion) of your choice
• Portable Massage Table (1 per 2 participants)

Materials Provided– For Course Delivery
• Six sets of Jade Stones (Suggested retailers will be provided post event)
• Six Stone Heaters
• Instruction manuals (attendees to retain)
• Guided walkthrough in delivery of a full body treatment using 20 stones

Course Description:
This is more than just another hot stone massage course! Working smarter NOT harder using this modality...
This one-day course will provide you with the techniques required to deliver a full body treatment, using both hot and cold stones, for
therapeutic effect.
The course will also demonstrate how to best market/sell the treatment to potential clients, recognize contraindications and indications for
treatments; how it can assist in the treatment of various therapeutic condition scenarios and the benefits of having such a hydrotherapy
modality ready to hand.
Course content delivers one full-day of practical training including: preparation for treatment, protocols, contraindications; a handbook
detailing a step-by-step guide of specific treatment areas, together with your certificate.
All training materials, including stone heaters, a set of 20 Jade stones, etc., will be provided, except linens & lotion which must be provided by
you.

About the Instructors:
Jeff Phillips is a 2010 graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) in Halifax. He was the proud recipient of the
inaugural award, offered by Massage Therapists’ and Wholistic Practitioners’ Association of the Maritimes (MTWPAM). He is a member in
good standing with the Massage Therapists Association of Nova Scotia (MTANS) and was selected to serve as one of a team of Registered
Massage Therapists on the Canada Games 2011 Medical Team and has also been an inaugural volunteer member of the province-wide Massage
Emergency Response Team (MERT). Spending nearly six months on designing this course, it was launched in mid-2012 and has since been
delivered to over 200 attendees, in both Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. In addition to his business, Dragonfly Release, Jeff has served as a
part-time lecturer and student clinic supervisor at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) in Halifax (2011-2017).

Jenny R. Haché is an active member in good standing with the ANBMT since July 2012 and a member in good standing with the College of
Massage Therapists of New Brunswick. Jenny is a 2012 graduate of the Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage, Dieppe Campus. Jenny received
training in the Jadestone course presentational skills and successfully completed a one-day workshop in the presentation and delivery of the
Jadestone course. She received initial Jadestone training through Dragonfly Release in March 2019.

To register, click here


 

Debbie Boehlen
Ayurvedic Foot Massage (Padabhyanga) Practitioner Course
Sunday, November 17, 2019

8:00am - 5:00pm
CECs: 6.5 CECs Cat A / Max: 14 registrants
Fee: $195.00 ANBMT Members / $275.00 Non-Members * Includes the Kasa Bowl $30.00 value

What to Bring:
• 1 pillow or bolster each
• 1 large beach-sized towel
• 2 sheets and a blanket
• 1 massage table or zero gravity chair (1 per 2 participants)
• 1 stool on wheels (1 per 2 participants)
• 1 heating pad (1 per 2 participants)

Course Description:
This certification course includes theoretical and practical instruction. A certificate of attendance will be awarded at the end of the course.
You will be learning how to do a beautiful hour-long Ayurvedic Foot Massage session while your client is lying down fully clothed. The class is
limited to 14 students.
*There is a 3-hour home study segment, which you will be required to complete before the course. All materials will be sent to you a week
prior to class time.

The art of Ayurvedic Foot Massage, or Padabhyanga, has its roots in Ayurveda and includes a combination of various massage and Reflexology
techniques, Kasa bowl work and Marma Therapy. Caring for the feet in the Ayurvedic form of foot massage is beneficial to the entire body. An
Ayurvedic Foot Massage relaxes the nervous system, balances energy, relieves pain, and increases blood and lymph circulation. It also helps
with the detoxification of the body and will also help to bring about an improvement in physical and emotional ailments.
Massaging the feet is akin to massaging the entire body, according to Ayurveda and Reflexology. The use of oils with a Kasa bowl, small metal
bowl, will encourage detoxification and balancing. Various tridoshic oils can be used such as sesame, jojoba, almond and/or olive. Marma
points are worked on to also bring about detoxification, relaxation, and healing. Although we will be touching on some basics of Ayurveda,
this course is not a course in Ayurveda.

8:15am - Home study review; cover theoretical materials in the manual
10:00am - Section 2: Starting techniques
11:00am - Section 3: Foot and leg techniques
12:00pm - Lunch
12:30pm - Section 3: Foot and leg techniques continued
2:00pm - Section 4: Finishing techniques
3:00pm - Review of all techniques
5:00pm - Closing

About the Instructor:
Debbie Boehlen has been a holistic practitioner since 2001 and completed her original Indian Head Massage (Champissage) training in 2002
through the London Centre of Indian Champissage International (LCICI) and became a certified practitioner. In 2003, she completed her
instructor training through the same school and started teaching at that time. In 2008, she developed the IHM course now being taught.
Debbie travels throughout Canada to offer training

To register, click here.


 

Conor Collins, BHSc. DipSIT, RMT, CAMA, FMT
Solving Complex Hip Pain with Simple Solutions
Sunday, November 17, 2019

9:00am - 5:00pm
CECs: 3.5 CECs Cat A / Max: 22 registrants
Fee: $175.00 ANBMT Members / $350.00 Non-Members

What to Bring: Loose comfortable clothing / Tank top
Yoga Mat
Portable Massage Table (1 per 2 participants)

Course Description:

Hip pain is complex and can range from nagging pain to often debilitating and dysfunctional conditions. While the hip can present with an
array of conditions, these can be isolated to a few primary dysfunctional mechanisms. From a thorough assessment, the practitioner can gain
an understanding of pain driving mechanisms in the hip. From here they are able to better devise both a treatment and exercise plan for their
patients to lead to the best possible outcomes. Come and join us for this flagship course on solving complex hip pain with simple solutions.

The overall course objectives are to give the massage therapist a competent understanding of:

• Relevant anatomy and pathophysiology of the conditions in the hip
• An understanding and interpretation of assessment findings and how they may carry over into the treatment
• An understanding of the influence the lumbar spine and trunk can play on hip dysfunction
• How to apply findings from the assessment and carry them over into program design for rehabilitation
• How to take hip pain and build a home program for a patient which will allow them to take themselves from lower levels of movement up
to more advanced stages of movement awareness and competency

Course Outline:
9am-10am - Introduction, review relevant anatomy, and pathophysiology of the anterior and posterior hip girdle.
10am-12:30pm - Organizing your assessment. From intake to range of motion, palpations, and special tests. Understand their meanings,
why it matters, and tease out any irrelevant information.
12:30pm-1:30pm - Lunch (there will be two, 15-minute breaks in the AM and PM).
1:30pm-2:30pm - The influence of the lumbar spine on hip pain, relevance, and discussion for inclusion.
2:30pm-4:30pm - How to take what you find in assessment and build a bulletproof hip program for your patients. We will discuss scenarios
from patients with lower movement competencies to advanced level patients. Program outlines will include core
stability exercises, self-mobility drills, static stability drills, and dynamic movements with the goal of taking someone
from entry level to more advanced stages of movement.
4:30pm-5:00pm - Review and course summary, final words.

About the Instructor:

Conor is in his thirteenth 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 experience, Conor’s philosophy applies the most current researched methods of massage therapy while drawing
for disciplines in athletic therapy, physiotherapy and chiropractic. Outside of clinical practice, Conor instructs upcoming manual therapists at
the college level where he is currently on faculty at Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario. 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.

To register, click here.


 

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PLEASE CONTACT THE INSTRUCTOR/COURSE REG INFO BELOW

CST Basic Elements 1

Date: December 6-8, 2019

Location: ACTM, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada,
Lady Beaverbrook Gym
P.O. Box 4400, STN A
Fredericton, NB

Instructor: Gary Keeling, BPE, BSc (PT), CSTA-CP

BE1: Rhythm and Dural Tube
CMTNB 9.5 Category A CEUs

In this three-day class the craniosacral system is introduced in basic detail, including anatomy, physiology and method, with particular focus on the intraspinal membranes and the sacrum.

Topics include:
• the osteopathic origins of this gentle modality
• palpation by anatomical location
• perception of the craniosacral rhythm
• knowledge and delivery of manual CST techniques
• characteristics of energy and intention
• physiology of tissue release treatment rationale
• professional ethics
• clinical applications and implementation

The attending student will be able to immediately apply basic CST methods to their practice that facilitate therapeutic change in the fascia of the body and the peripheral nervous system. In addition to practitioners, parents and sponsors of children and other loved ones with special needs can learn a safe, simple therapeutic touch that can be of help to those on a healing journey.

Registration Fee: $498 U.S. (A $200 deposit is required with registration.)

Prerequisite: None
*Canadian Class Information, CEUs
Please Note: Canadian registrations must pay online and complete registration form
(www.cstalliance.com).
Registration Fee: $498 U.S. (A $200 deposit is required with registration.)
Canada: CMTNB 9.5 Category A CEUs and MTANS Approved for 10 Primary Units
Prerequisite: None
Required Text: CST Handbook
Study guides will be provided at the class. Required text for the class is the "CST Handbook" which can be purchased online in advance or at the registration desk on the first day of class. You can also order one by calling 603-948-2820.


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Structure, Symmetry, Foundation (SSF)

CMTNB APPROVED: 3.75 CATEGORY A CEUs

Workshop Part 1: Pelvis/Sacrum
As practitioners, we understand that anatomically, the pelvis is the true core of the physical body. With the understanding that the pelvis and the sacrum function optimally with structural symmetry; what ways do you assess and correct structural imbalance?
What we’ll focus on:
• Enhancing the skill of palpation of “barriers” in joint movement with minimal effort
• Palpate landmarks of the pelvis and sacrum
• Structurally evaluate the pelvis and sacrum
• Perform basic correction techniques for the Pelvis and Sacrum
• A brief introduction to Total Motion Release © techniques

Workshop Part 2: Thoraco/Lumbar

CMTNB APPROVED: 4 CATEGORY A CEUs

Once the pelvis is addressed, assessment of the lumbar and thoracic spine is a natural progression. Throughout this workshop, we will assess and correct vertebral rotations, to improve functional movement throughout.
What we’ll focus on:
• Enhancing the skill of palpation of “barriers” in joint movement with minimal effort
• Palpate landmarks of the lumbar and thoracic spine
• Structurally evaluate the lumbar and thoracic spine
• Incorporate functional movement for optimal symmetry in the thoracic cage

Pelvis/Sacrum Saturday, November 2nd, 2019: 9:00am-5:00pm

Thoraco/Lumbar Sunday, November 3rd, 2019: 9:00am – 5:00pm

(Pre-requisite: Pelvis/Sacrum Workshop 1)
CEUs: 3.5 Cat A / Max: 20 registrants (per day)
Fees: $200 per day
Early Bird: $175 (before Oct 13, 2019)
*Registrants are able to take a refresher of Part 1 Pelvis/Sacrum at a discounted rate of $100 (if previously completed this workshop)

Location: Delta Hotel by Marriott Beausejour, Moncton, NB
(Discount rates coming soon)
Registration: ssfworkshops.com

Joanne Baker is a Registered Massage Therapist for over 24 years, who has focused her treatments in structural and functional symmetry in the body. Joanne prides herself in the ability to teach her students to think outside the box and incorporate superior critical thinking skills.


 

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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


 

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Foundations in Thai Massage 1
9.5 Category A CEUS (CMTNB approved)

With Shai Plonski, Founder of Still Light Centre School of Thai Yoga Massage

Hosted By Pure Zen Yoga and Wellness
614 Main Street, Woodstock, New Brunswick E7M 2C4

Course dates:
Friday October 18th 6pm - 8:30pm
Saturday October 19th 9am - 6pm
Sunday October 20th 9am - 6pm

INVESTMENT:
$325 for ANBMT members
$375 non-members
$40 manual
* Deposit of $150 required to reserve a spot * PLEASE REGISTER WITH TAMARA MACELWAIN (506) 324-3908 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (cash, cheque, or email transfer with security answer "yoga" please. Credit cards carry extra charge).
(Prices include HST)

Prerequisites: None

Thai Massage combines the best of yoga, massage, meditation and energy work into a powerful healing modality. Among its many benefits, clients report an amazing ability for the massage to help remove tension, eliminate pain in the neck, shoulders, back and legs and to feel more youthful, deeply relaxed and refreshed.

That is because Thai Massage gets the body to move how it was designed while combining customized massage techniques. As such it helps clients to heal themselves naturally.

What’s more, you learn to give it as a meditation in loving kindness and compassion. As such the benefits are shared and they are profound. By design you’ll learn to massage so that it is at least as good to give as it is to receive.

This is a class designed for yoga teachers, massage therapists and those without any experience. In addition to the massage itself, yoga teachers will be able to gain confidence and knowledge for giving assists, incorporate Thai Massage into their classes and have a new treatment to offer private students. Massage therapists will be able to start offering a new modality to their clients right away. And those without any experience can give a high-level massage even after one weekend of training.

In this course, you will learn a complete 75-minute massage:
• How to massage back, shoulders, legs, feet, head and hands;
• The secrets of developing intuitive touch;
• How to get started on a successful Thai Massage career

This course is accredited with CMTNB for continuing education and can be used as continuing education with Yoga Alliance.

Required Reading: ‘Thai Massage: Unlocking the Secrets of Universal Touch’, by Shai Plonski may be purchased at the studio or on the first day of class.

This is the first of two levels of the Still Light Centre Primary Certification Program. Students will be required to complete the two levels and a series of practice massages as part of the certification process, but will already be able to give a complete 75-minute massage after finishing this class.

About the teacher:
Shai Plonski Is the best-selling author of The Joy of Giving Massage. Over the past 17 years Shai has taught Thai Massage at some of the largest yoga centers in the world including the Kripalu Center and Omega Institute and has been invited to teach in New Brunswick on behalf of the ANBMT eight times.

He has authored or co-authored 16 manuals and books on the practice of Thai Massage, trained over 5300 practitioners and 100 teachers in this healing art. As the founder of the Still Light Centre he brings a passionate and calm approach to his teaching that can bring out the Thai master in anyone. He believes that compassionate touch is our birthright.

Learn more at www.stilllightcentre.com


 

*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.


The RMT Working with Infants and Children
Instructed by Cindy McNeely, RMT (Trimesters)
_________________________________________________________

Registration Deadline: 20 September 2019

Date: October 5-October 6, 2019 (2-day course) Maximum: 16 Registrants
Time: 9:00 am–6:00 pm (Lunch 12:00pm–1:00pm)
Location: Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage (ACTM)
440 King Street (Kings Place Mall)
Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5H8
Fee: $355.00 (ANBMT members only) Non-Member: $455.00
*Fee includes: Infant Massage booklet And Trimesters Manual (to be provided by the instructor)
(PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION; RESERVATIONS NOT ACCEPTED)
CEUs: 7.5 Category A CEUs (CMTNB Approved)

Preferred room rate: Crowne Plaza, Fredericton, NB $146.00 + 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 course provides the participant with a thorough knowledge-base in the provision of massage therapy and
massage therapy instruction with infants and children. Upon completion of this two-day, 18-hour training, the participant will have an overview of the realities of infant life from birth through the first year; how massage can be taught to families to augment their parenting skills, how massage can be adapted for children, including those with special needs and medical issues; the potential role of the massage therapist educating families in the need for healthy and respectful touch with children. The class will be composed of theory, practice, DVDs discussion; clinical experience, and a guest speaker, when possible.

Objectives
The overall course objectives are to give the massage therapist a competent understanding of:
The overall course objectives are to give the massage therapist a competent understanding of:
• Theory and practical techniques for providing infant massage to babies with an emphasis on teaching caregivers to work with their own infants using massage. As part of the training, we will be holding two clinical practicums, which will involve the participant working with parents and their baby or children. You will be asked to share posters about the free clinics throughout the Fredericton community.
• Developing a massage therapy practice to include working with children in a wellness and pediatric context.
• An introduction considering massage therapy for infants and children with special needs or medical issues. This includes discussion about massage therapy within the neonatal hospital setting and working within home and clinical settings.
• An overview of massage therapy research, as it pertains to working with infants and children.

What to Bring
• Two 10-12 inch soft-bodied dolls or stuffed animals
• Three sheets & two medium-sized towels
• Pillow
• Yoga mat
• Lunch, snacks, water
• Each participant will be provided with the Trimester Manual and Infant Massage booklet. Trimesters will provide the booklet (it’s not easy to access).

About the Instructor
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, RMT and now practising as a registered midwife in Ontario. 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 RMTS as labour support and doula care 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 www.actm.com 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.

Register here


 

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CST Basic Elements 2/BE2: The Cranium
October 26-28, 2019

Halifax, NS
Instructor: Gary Keeling, BPE, BSc (PT), CSTA-CP
*Canadian Class Information, CEUs
Please Note: Canadian registrants must pay online and the complete registration form. See link below.
Registration Fee: $498 USD(A $200 deposit is required with registration.)
*ANBMT members $50.00 discount
CEUs: CMTNB 9.5 Category A CEUs and MTANS Approved for 10 Primary Units
Prerequisite: BE1 or equivalent training

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.

Study guides will be provided at the class. Required text for the class is the "CST Handbook" which can be purchased online here in advance or at the registration desk on the first day of class. You can also order one by calling 603-948-2820.

To register: https://www.cstalliance.com/cst-curriculum/be2-basic-elements-2/


*THIS IS NOT AN ANBMT SPONSORED COURSE

CST Basic Elements 2/BE2: The Cranium
June 14-16, 2019

Atlantic College of Therapeutic Massage (ACTM), NB
Instructor: Gary Keeling, BPE, BSc (PT), CSTA-CP
*Canadian Class Information, CEUs
Please Note: Canadian registrants must pay online and the complete registration form. See link below.
Registration Fee: $498 USD(A $200 deposit is required with registration.)
*ANBMT members $50.00 discount
CEUs: CMTNB 9.5 Category A CEUs and MTANS Approved for 10 Primary Units
Prerequisite: BE1 or equivalent training

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.

Study guides will be provided at the class. Required text for the class is the "CST Handbook" which can be purchased online here in advance or at the registration desk on the first day of class. You can also order one by calling 603-948-2820.

To register: https://www.cstalliance.com/cst-curriculum/be2-basic-elements-2/ 


 

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