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Flexibility Training I – Introductory Level

CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335288
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed to teach the LMT how to safely stretch the muscles that cross the shoulders, elbows, and wrists, as well as the hips, knees, and ankles using an active-isolated movement. This method of stretching uses the neurological process of reciprocal innervation/inhibition. This allows the targeted muscle for stretching to be in a relaxed, inhibited state. The therapist assists the client in isolating the movement to a single joint and single plane of movement. The therapist will be instructed to monitor and control factors such as: speed of movement, duration of the stretch, plane of movement, and compensation at other joints. The participants will learn how to use these stretches for their own body, while also learning how to safely assist their clients in performing these stretches, thereby augmenting whatever bodywork that the LMT may already be providing. The participant will learn what some of the many benefits of flexibility training are, as well as many physiological and personal factors that can limit one’s flexibility. Knowing how to lengthen muscle and fascial tissue that has shortened enables one to assist the client into a more balanced and erect posture, thus reducing the stress on their postural muscles. Not only can this form of stretching be used to treat various musculoskeletal problems, it can also be used as a preventative tool to help avoid injuries and as a means to enhance an athlete’s performance.


Flexibility Training II – Advanced Level

(prerequisite – Flexibility Training I)
CE Broker Tracking # 20-335289
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for those familiar with the active-isolated methods stretching. This class will review all of the stretches used in Flexibility I – Introductory Level (a prerequisite for Flex II). The therapist will then learn how to perform the active-isolated stretches for the muscles that cross the lumbar, thoracic, and cervical vertebra. In addition to the reciprocal innervation/inhibition type of stretches, the participant will also learn how to apply a form of P.N.F. (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) stretching known as Contract/Relax. As was done in the Flexibility Training I seminar, the LMT will first learn how to perform these stretches on their own body, and then will learn how to safely and effectively assist their clients in performing these stretches. The therapist will be instructed to monitor and control factors such as: speed of movement, strength of contraction, duration of the stretch, plane of movement, and compensation at other joints. These stretches can be used to speed recovery from injuries or postural distortions, to help prevent future injuries, and to improve athletic performance.


Flexibility Training III – You are the experiment

(pre-requisite – Flex I & Flex II)
CE Broker Tracking # 20-335292
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for those who have experience with both the active-isolated methods of stretching as well as the contract/relax type of PNF stretches. The focus of this class is to utilize the flexibility principles and techniques that were presented in Flex I and Flex II to benefit or enhance the health and comfort of the therapists body. Each person brings to class their intended goal, such as pain relief or performance enhancement. After a careful analysis of factors such as pain, posture, gait analysis, and the range of motion at all of the primary joints, a treatment protocol will be developed by each therapist. When ready, they will present their case (the “experiment”) to the class, stating the client’s goal, a summary of the analysis of their client, and the protocol that they decided will help to achieve the clients’ treatment goal. The class will provide feedback and or suggestions, and a protocol will be decided upon. When each person has presented their case, they will return to their tables and implement the protocol on their partner and vise-versa. When all treatments have been completed, each person will reassess their partner for any noticeable change, getting feedback from the patient on how they feel. Each person presents their case one more time to the class, detailing any changes or improvements achieved in the experiment.


Certification in Flexibility Training

(pre-requisite – Flexibility Training I, II, III)
CE Broker Tracking # 20-335242
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This certification is to test if the therapist has a good grasp of the information, concepts, theories, and techniques taught in Flexibility 1-3. It will consist of written and practical testing.
The written portion will consist of a 25 question Exam, for a total of 100 points possible. The student must earn at least 70 points total in order to pass. These tests are comprehensive of everything that was covered in class.
The practical portion will consist of two parts:

1) The therapist demonstrating that they can safely perform all of the active, and active assisted, isolated stretches that were demonstrated and practiced in Flexibility 1-3. The therapist will be tested upon how accurately they perform the requested stretches, monitor the speed of movement, the duration of stretch, the plane of movement, and compensation at other joints.

2) The therapist demonstrating that they can safely perform all of the contract/relax form of Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) stretches that were demonstrated and practiced in Flexibility Training #2-3. The therapist will be tested upon how accurately they perform the requested stretches, monitor the strength of contraction, the duration of stretch, the plane of movement, and compensation at other joints.

The practical portion is pass/fail, based on a 5 point scale from: no clue to excellent.

One of the benefits of getting Certified in Flexibility Training is that it shows to your clients and colleagues that you wish to excel at this powerful form of therapy. Your knowledge and training allows you to add effective myofascial tissue lengthening techniques to your other commonly used modalities when treating painful skeletal muscles. You can use your PNF and Active Isolated stretches as an adjunct to other therapies or as a solo method for pain relief.
The high level of skill developed by training to be certified, can be used to help our clients improve their posture, help prevent injuries, and to improve their athletic performance.

Reiki I

CE Broker Tracking #:  20-296455
6 C.E.U. Hours
Price:  $95.00
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This course is designed to teach both the professional and the general public how to make use of the universal energy that is available to all of us, to provide energetic healing and balance to their own bodies.  This is the foundation course to be able to learn Reiki II that can be used to treat our clients.  For the professional who spends the majority of our practice providing assistance to others it is an opportunity to treat ourselves with the same type of compassion and support that we willingly give our clients.

For the general public, it is an empowering experience to learn that they have the ability, once trained and attuned, to provide themselves with a powerful, yet gentle, healing to their body, mind and spirit.  This helps to break the tendency that most people have to depend upon the professionals to provide all the assistance that their body, mind and spirit needs to stay focused, strong and balanced in this modern, chaotic world.

Some of what the participants will learn:

  • history of Reiki and how Dr. Usui brought it to the world
  • a general understanding of energy, frequency, and “solid” matter
  • what human auras are, and what they represent
  • the description, location and function of the 7 main energy centers or chakras
  • self healing treatment protocol

Once the participant has been attuned and has learned the self-healing treatment protocol, they will practice giving themselves at least two healing sessions under the guidance of the teacher.


Reiki II:

(Prerequisite Reiki I)
CE Broker Tracking # 20-296453
6 CEU Hours
Price:  $95.00
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This course is designed to teach both the professional and the general public how to make use of the universal energy that is available to all of us, to provide energetic healing and balance to their own bodies as well as that of their friends or clients, while expending significantly less physical effort than traditional massage requires.

Some of what the participants will learn is:

  • how a Reiki healing session balances us at the physical, emotional, mental, energetic and spiritual levels.
  • how Reiki can enhance the effectiveness of all the modalities you are currently using.
  • why a strong, open, balanced practitioner is able to provide cleaner and more powerful energy to their clients while reducing the risk of injury or negative effect to themselves.
  • the various symbols used in treatment to increase or decrease energy, provide emotional balance or distant healing.
  • a recommended treatment protocol or routine that they can use with their friends or clients that will optimize the healing benefits.
  • how to send a distant healing session to a friend or loved one who is not conveniently close.   Participants are encouraged to bring a picture of the loved (friend, pet, or planet) one who has agreed to receive the distant healing.
  • how animals, like people can have physical and emotional distress, that can benefit from Reiki healing sessions.

After receiving the second level attunement, participants will have the opportunity to provide and receive two Reiki sessions under the guidance of the teacher.


Reiki III:

(Prerequisite Reiki I & II)
CE Broker Tracking # 20-296454
12 CEU Hours
Price:  $200.00
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This course is designed to provide the professional and the general public with the skills and knowledge necessary to teach others how to use Reiki energy.

Some of what the practitioner will learn is:

  • a concise review of what was learned in Reiki I and II
  • how to explain and describe the location and functions of the chakras.
  • protocols for treatment.
  • the various symbols used in treatment to increase or decrease energy, provide emotional balance or distant healing.
  • the method to give attunements for Reiki I, II, and III

After the participants have received their level III attunements, they will have the opportunity to practice giving these attunements to their seminar partner under the guidance of their teacher.

 

Shiatsu I – The Foundation

CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335244
12 CEU Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is an introduction to Shiatsu or acupressure therapy. It is comprehensive enough to allow the therapist to begin practicing Shiatsu upon completion of the seminar. It also lays the foundation for additional training leading to Certification, for those who wish to specialize or excel at this powerful method of healing. Prepare to learn about:

  • Qi and it’s functions and dysfunctions
  • Yin/Yang Theory
  • 5 Element Theory, including the Internal Organ/meridian relationship
  • 5 Element Circle, including the Generating and Control Cycles
  • the direction of energy flow in the channels
  • the circadian rhythm of the Qi flow through the channels
  • how to trace the course of the channels or meridians, from the first point to the last point on each channel, in circadian order, bilaterally
  • methods to tonifiy or sedate energy flow through points and meridians
  • various finger, hand, and elbow Shiatsu techniques
  • contraindications for Shiatsu therapy
  • points that stimulate labor

Shiatsu, while based upon the same theories as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and using the same points as are used in acupuncture, uses fingers instead of needles. This treatment method is very effective on a wide variety of conditions and is a valuable addition to the treatment methods that you are already familiar with. Shiatsu can be used as a singular treatment approach, or it can be incorporated with other treatment methods such as Swedish, Reiki or sports massage to name a few.

 

 

Shiatsu II – treatment for neck and shoulder girdle pain

(prerequisite – Shiatsu I)
CE Broker Tracking # 20-335247
12 CEU hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for a practitioner who already has some understanding of the theories and principles of Shiatsu and is able to trace the 12 Major Meridians or channels of the body. The class begins with a review of Shiatsu I and some of the major concepts that were introduced, as well as a chance to practice tracing the channels. When this review is done, the new material will be presented. Prepare to learn about:

  • 5 Element Theory, including its correspondences and how they relate to each other. This is useful to help evaluate which organ/meridian systems may be out of balance or diseased.
  • how Shiatsu (and acupuncture) is proportionately based, and to be able to demonstrate how to use a measuring system to more accurately locate specific points or tsubos on the meridian pathways
  • how to determine the meridians associated with neck and shoulder girdle pain
  • how to locate key points on the meridians that are often associated with neck and shoulder girdle pain
  • how to develop and implement a treatment strategy or protocol to treat neck and shoulder girdle pain.
  • what the Three Treasures are, and their relation to our health
  • what Essence is, its functions, and how it relates to our development

Therapists will exchange Shiatsu treatments, to treat shoulder girdle/neck pain, with their seminar partner. To get the best results, therapists will be reminded to use correct Shiatsu techniques, and to apply appropriate pressure, all while maintaining the flow, and continuity of the session. The therapist will be instructed on how to locate key points to treat along the meridians. Shiatsu can be used as a singular treatment approach, or it can be incorporated with other treatment methods such as Swedish, Reiki or sports massage to name a few.


Shiatsu III – treatment for low back and sciatic pain

(prerequisite – Shiatsu I & II)
CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335248
12 CEU hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for a practitioner who already has a good understanding of the theories of Shiatsu and is able to trace the 12 Major Meridians or channels of the body with some confidence. The class begins with a review of Shiatsu II and some of the major concepts that were introduced, as well as a chance to practice tracing the channels. When this review is done, the new material will be presented. Prepare to learn about:

  • some of the many possible causes of low back pain and sciatica.
  • how to find key points on the meridians often associated with low back and/or sciatic pain.
  • how to give a Shiatsu treatment for low back and sciatic pain.

Therapists will exchange Shiatsu treatments, to treat shoulder low back, and sciatic pain, with their seminar partner. To get the best results, therapists will be reminded to use correct Shiatsu techniques, and to apply appropriate pressure, all while maintaining the flow, and continuity of the session. The therapist will be instructed on how to locate key points to treat along the meridians. Shiatsu can be used as a singular treatment approach, or it can be incorporated with other treatment methods such as Swedish, Reiki or sports massage to name a few.


Shiatsu IV – You are the experiment

(pre-requisite – Shiatsu I, II, & III)
CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335250
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for a practitioner who already has a good understanding of the theories of Shiatsu and is able to trace the 12 Major Meridians or channels of the body with some confidence. The focus of this class is to utilize the principles and techniques learned in Shiatsu I-III to benefit or enhance the health and comfort of the therapists own mind and body.

  • a) review of the major theories and concepts from Shiatsu 1-3
  • b) each person will explain to their seminar partner, in detail, what their goal for the treatment is (the “experiment”), whether it
    is the relief of some pain, the correction of a malfunction or an imbalance in an organ/channel system, lowering stress or anxiety levels or an improvement in performance, etc.
  • using everything that’s been learned in Shiatsu 1-3, the participant will evaluate and assess all pertinent signs and symptoms of the patient/client
  • based upon their findings, the participant will devise a treatment
    protocol designed to achieve the patients goal
  • the class will provide feedback and or suggestions,
    and a protocol will be decided upon
  • when each person has presented their case, they will return to their tables and implement the protocol on their partner and vise-versa
  • when all treatments have been completed, each person reassesses their partner for any noticeable change, getting feedback from
    the patient on how they feel
  • each person presents their case one more time to the class, detailing any changes or improvements achieved.
This seminar is designed to let the therapist themselves benefit from the powerful healing of Shiatsu. It is an attempt to help break the pattern of the therapists always giving and never (or rarely) taking the time to also receive therapy.

 

Basic Certification in Shiatsu

(pre-requisite – Shiatsu I – IV)
CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335253
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This certification is to test if the therapist has a good grasp of the information, concepts, theories, and techniques taught in Shiatsu 1-4. It will consist of written and practical testing.

The written portion will consist of two, 25 question quizzes, and one 50 question test, for a total of 100 points possible. The student must earn at least 70 points total in order to pass. These tests are comprehensive of everything that was covered in class. This includes: Qi function, Yin/Yang, 5 Elements (wheel and correspondence), palpating for kyo and jitsu tsubos, circadian rhythm, Three Treasures, and Essence.

The practical portion will consist of the therapist demonstrating that they can trace any meridian requested, noting the beginning and ending points and the direction of the Qi flow through it. In addition, the therapist must be able to demonstrate a Shiatsu treatment for neck, shoulder girdle, low back, and sciatic pain. They must demonstrate proper Shiatsu techniques, paying attention to good body mechanics, proper pressure, flow, and continuity with the treatment, taking time to locate and treat the key points along the meridians. This portion is pass/fail, based on a 5 point scale from: no clue to excellent.

One of the benefits of getting the Basic Certification in Shiatsu is that it will help instill confidence in the therapist that they can effectively use the theories and techniques learned to help their clients deal with their pain and discomfort. The increased knowledge and skill will translate into better treatment results, which will prompt their clients to request more Shiatsu for themselves, and their loved ones.

Shiatsu V – pathologies and imbalances in the meridian/organ system

(pre-requisite Basic Shiatsu Certification)
CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335256
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for a practitioner who already has a good understanding of the theories of Shiatsu and is able to trace the 12 Major Meridians or channels of the body with some confidence. The class begins with a review of Shiatsu III and some of the major concepts that were introduced, as well as a chance to practice tracing the channels. When this review is done, the new material will be presented. Prepare to learn about:

  • a) review of the major theories and concepts from Shiatsu 1-3
  • b) each person will explain to their seminar partner, in detail, what their goal for the treatment is (the “experiment”), whether it
    is the relief of some pain, the correction of a malfunction or an imbalance in an organ/channel system, lowering stress or anxiety levels or an improvement in performance, etc.
  • The clinical application of Yin and Yang
  • the functions of the Internal Organs, with special emphasis on the five Yin Organs
  • the various pathologies and symptoms associated with disease or imbalance in each of the meridian/organ systems
Therapists will exchange Shiatsu treatments with their seminar partner. To get the best results, therapists will be reminded to use correct Shiatsu techniques, and to apply appropriate pressure, all while maintaining the flow, and continuity of the session. Shiatsu can be used as a singular treatment approach, or it can be incorporated with other treatment methods such as Swedish, Reiki or sports massage to name a few.

Shiatsu VI – power points #1

(pre-requisite Shiatsu V)
CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335257
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for a practitioner who already has a good understanding of the theories of Shiatsu and is able to trace the 12 Major Meridians or channels of the body with some confidence. The class begins with a review of Shiatsu V and some of the major concepts that were introduced, as well as a chance to practice tracing the channels. When this review is done, the new material will be presented. Prepare to learn about:
  • the location, and function, of the Front Alarm, or Front Mu points.
  • how to locate and palpate the Front Alarm points.
  • how to locate and palpate the back Shu points.
  • the location, and function, of the Xi-Cleft points.
  • how to locate and palpate the Xi-Cleft points

Therapists will exchange Shiatsu treatments with their seminar partner. The goal of the sessions is to locate and palpate each of these three sets of powerful points. To get the best results, therapists will be reminded to use correct Shiatsu techniques, and to apply appropriate pressure, all while maintaining the flow, and continuity of the session. Shiatsu can be used as a singular treatment approach, or it can be incorporated with other treatment methods such as Swedish, Reiki or sports massage to name a few.


Shiatsu VII – power points #2

(pre-requisite Shiatsu VI)
CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335258
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for a practitioner who already has a good understanding of the theories of Shiatsu and is able to trace the 12 Major Meridians or channels of the body with some confidence. The class begins with a review of Shiatsu V and some of the major concepts that were introduced, as well as a chance to practice tracing the channels. When this review is done, the new material will be presented. Prepare to learn about:

  • the location, and function, of the Yuan Source points.
  • how to locate and palpate the Yuan Source points.
  • the location, and function, of the Luo-Connecting points.
  • how to locate and palpate the Luo-Connecting points.
  • the location, and function, of the 8 Influential points points.
  • how to locate and palpate the 8 Influential points points
Therapists will exchange Shiatsu treatments with their seminar partner. The goal of the sessions is to locate and palpate each of these three sets of powerful points. To get the best results, therapists will be reminded to use correct Shiatsu techniques, and to apply appropriate pressure, all while maintaining the flow, and continuity of the session. Shiatsu can be used as a singular treatment approach, or it can be incorporated with other treatment methods such as Swedish, Reiki or sports massage to name a few.

Shiatsu VIII – relieving headaches and insomnia

(pre-requisite Shiatsu VII)
CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335259
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for a practitioner who already has a good understanding of the theories of Shiatsu and is able to trace the 12 Major Meridians or channels of the body with some confidence. The class begins with a review of Shiatsu VII and some of the major concepts that were introduced, as well as a chance to practice tracing the channels. When this review is done, the new material will be presented. Prepare to learn about:
  • the various patterns of insomnia.
  • how to develop and apply Shiatsu protocols to treat insomnia
  • the various patterns for headaches.
  • how to develop and apply Shiatsu protocols to treat different
    types of headaches.
Therapists will exchange Shiatsu treatments to resolve insomnia and to relieve the common patterns of headaches, with their seminar partner. To get the best results, therapists will be reminded to use correct Shiatsu techniques, and to apply appropriate pressure, all while maintaining the flow, and continuity of the session. The therapist will be instructed on how to locate key points to treat along the meridians. Shiatsu can be used as a singular treatment approach, or it can be incorporated with other treatment methods such as Swedish, Reiki or sports massage to name a few.

 

Shiatsu IX – You are still the experiment.

(pre-requisite Shiatsu VIII)
CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335260
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This course is designed for a practitioner who already has a very good understanding of the theories of Shiatsu and is able to trace the 12 Major Meridians or channels of the body with great confidence. The focus of this class is to utilize the principles and techniques learned in Shiatsu I-VIII to benefit or enhance the health and comfort of the therapists own mind and body. Overview of course:
  • a) review of the major theories and concepts from Shiatsu 1-8
  • each person will explain to their seminar partner, in detail, what their goal for the treatment is (the “experiment”), whether it is the relief of some pain, the correction of a malfunction or an imbalance in an organ/channel system, lowering stress or anxiety levels or an improvement in performance, etc.
  • using everything that’s been learned in Shiatsu 1-8, the participant will evaluate and assess all pertinent signs and symptoms of the patient/client
  • based upon their findings, the participant will devise a treatment protocol designed to achieve the patients goal
  • when ready, they will present their case (the “experiment”)
    to the class stating the patient’s goal, and the proposed protocol
  • the class will provide feedback and or suggestions, and a protocol will be decided upon
  • when each person has presented their case, they will return to their tables and implement the protocol on their partner and vise-versa
  • when all treatments have been completed, each person reassess their partner for any noticeable change, getting feedback from the patient on how they feel
  • each person presents their case one more time to the class, detailing any changes or improvements achieved
This seminar is designed to let the therapist themselves benefit from the powerful healing of Shiatsu. It is an attempt to help break the pattern of the therapists always giving and never (or rarely) taking the time to also receive therapy.

Advanced Certification in Shiatsu

(prerequisite – Shiatsu I-IX)
CE Broker Tracking #: 20-335262
12 C.E.U. Hours
Price: $195.00
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This certification is to test if the therapist has a good grasp of the information, concepts, theories, and techniques taught in Shiatsu 1-9. It will consist of written and practical testing.

The written portion will consist of two, 25 question quizzes, and one 50 question Exam, for a total of 100 points possible. The student must earn at least 70 points total in order to pass.
These tests are comprehensive of everything that was covered in class.
This includes: Qi function, Yin/Yang, 5 Elements (wheel and correspondence), palpating for kyo and jitsu tsubos, circadian rhythm, Three Treasures, Essence, the function of the Internal Organs, pathologies or symptoms associated with each of the meridian/organ systems, and powerful points such as the Front Alarm, back Shu, Xi-Cleft, Yuan Source, Luo-Connecting,
and 8 Influential points.
The practical portion will consist of the therapist demonstrating that they can trace any meridian requested, noting the beginning and ending points and the direction of the Qi flow through it. In addition, the therapist must be able to demonstrate a Shiatsu treatment for neck, shoulder girdle, low back, and sciatic pain. They must be able to demonstrate Shiatsu treatments for various patterns of insomnia and headaches. They must demonstrate proper Shiatsu techniques, paying attention to good body mechanics, proper pressure, flow, and continuity with the treatment, taking time to locate and treat the key points along the meridians. This portion is pass/fail, based on a 5 point scale from: no clue to excellent.

One of the benefits of getting the Advanced Certification in Shiatsu is that it shows to your clients and colleagues that you wish to excel at this powerful form of healing. Your knowledge and training allows you to treat painful skeletal muscles much more effectively. In addition, you know that by balancing and adjusting the flow of Qi through the meridians, we can influence the function of the Internal Organs and assist the body back to homeostasis. Understanding the functions of the Internal Organs and the various pathologies and symptoms associated with disease or imbalance in each of the meridian/organ systems helps us to more effectively evaluate each client’s condition. When this information is combined with the theories of Yin and Yang, and the 5 Elements, it gives the therapist the tools to monitor their own health, with an eye towards preventative therapy and longevity.

 

Each succeeding seminar in a series is built upon the subject matter and methods presented in the seminar preceding it. If you feel that you did not quite understand the concepts or methods that were presented in a seminar that you attended, or you have not sufficiently used those methods in your practice in the time since you attended to feel confident in learning the next level of training, you  may repeat the seminar. You will still get continuing education credit for the class that is repeated, as long as you haven’t taken the same course within the same two year biennium. For ex. you could re-take the Flexibility I – Introductory seminar again this year (2013) as long as you didn’t take it the first time after 10-31-11.

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