Receive a class manual and CE Certificate for each class
Class Days : Tuesdays and Thursdays
Class Hours : 6 to 8 pm EDT, 5 to 7 pm CDT, 3 to 5 pm PDT
NCBTMB CEs hours are 4 per class, 2 per two hour segment Cost: $40 each 4 hour class or $25 for each 2 hour segment
Milton Trager introduced the concept of hook–up or presencing to the world of bodywork. Thomas Hanna introduced the concept of somatics or client conscious awareness. When the conscious mind starts to pay attention to the full language of the body, things change. This is the basis of all somatic approaches…Read more
Shoulder Decompression: Freeing the shoulder joint from anterior/posterior shortening of the rotators, allowing more space between the shoulder and ribs and providing a more structurally stable platform for lifting and extending the arm.
Description: Hold the shoulder in any position… Read more
Weight of arm directed into shoulder joint: Using gravity to create decompression effect into tendons and joint, freeing up very minute holding patterns.
Description: Position abducted arm with upper hand under forearm while varying the vector of compression along axis of humorous, feeling for slight reflexive arcs or releases. As joint capsule is …Read more
Some of the strongest muscles in the body are those we use for chewing. One of the reasons we break our molars and other teeth is because we engage those muscles when we are angry, fearful, weight lifting, or working on problems when we are asleep…Read more
Sciatica: is a very painful and disabling condition which many bodyworkers deal with in their practice. I had sciatica years before and could find no relief until I blindly stepped in a hole while carrying a load of firewood in my arms… the relief was immediate and lasting. I pondered what had been adjusted… Read more
Currently we are accepting only PayPal for online tutorials, supervision and counseling.
Online classes will have varieties of mayment method according to the organization and sponsorship.
Below is our usual class cancellation policy.
$100 of your payment** is considered a deposit, which is non-refundable unless the class is canceled. If you cancel your registration with seven days notice your balance will be refunded (less $100). If you cancel less than one week prior to class your balance is non-refundable but can be transferred to another class taught by that instructor.
Please note that registrations for evening seminars are non-refundable unless the seminar is canceled.
Your tuition may be transferred to another seminar.
** $75 for single-day class.