San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
This is a practical workshop for all massage professionals and students. You will learn to effectively incorporate new massage techniques and acupressure to enhance treatments using the principles of Oriental Medicine and Meridian therapy, therefore greatly improving your client’s general wellbeing.
Presenter - Greg Derwin:
Greg holds qualifications in Remedial Massage, Remedial Therapies, Sports Therapies and Shiatsu Therapy. He has been involved with many groups such as Stroke Victims, Cancer, MS, Parkinson Disease, sporting and corporate bodies and worked extensively on the elderly over his 22 year career.
With a broad knowledge of Oriental therapies, meridians and the fusion of Massage Therapy, Greg’s bodywork treatments encompass both philosophies to the benefit of every client creating a complete holistic treatment package for body, mind and spirit. Greg has a passion for passing on his knowledge to students with techniques that blend both forms of bodywork therapy.
Time: 9.45am registration, 10am start. 4.00pm finish
CPE: 5 CPE points (ATMS policy accrues 1 CPE point for each hour of approved educational time).
Who should attend? Bodyworkers wanting to enhance and build on their knowledge of massage treatment techniques.
Assumed knowledge: This course assumes attendees have basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology, massage techniques and theory prior to attending (Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice or equivalent).
Please bring: your lunch. It is not necessary to bring massage equipment such as tables, towels or oil. Attendees could bring writing materials or computer/Ipad. Attendees should wear loose comfortable clothing (to allow for full range of movement) and flat comfortable shoes.
ATMS Cancelllation policy: bookings cancelled between 7 and 21 days before the seminar date are able to transfer the booking to another seminar. Bookings cancelled with less than 7 days notice before the seminar date will not be entitled to any refund.
Please note that it is not permissible to bring children to ATMS seminars.