November 2017 Education Event and Retreat Weekend
- Review the sessions
- Choose the number of hours you want
- Select which session you want
- Relax, rejuvenate, connect, and learn!
For 16 hours/16 CE’s (includes both Breakfast & Lunch Sat & Sun):
After June 30: Full Registration = AMTA Member $300/Non-AMTA Member $350
1 Day/ 8 hours (includes Lunch only on day of workshop) = $185/$215
1/2 day/4 hours (includes Lunch immediately before/after session) = $100/$125
In addition, after June 30, registrations include a service fee from Eventbrite (our ticketing site).
Student Discount: 50% off registration (enter Promotional Code “thanks50” on the “Select Tickets” screen BEFORE selecting hours or checking out)
Bodyworker, chiropractor, and movement specialist based in New York.
Saturday – 9a-6p – 8 CEs
Scoliosis — Theories and Practices
Want some help strategizing and working on people with scoliosis? This class will start with a general overview of scoliosis, its origins and implications, and descriptions of some conventional and alternative treatments (including various types of exercise, bracing and surgeries). Class members will be mentored in strategies for helping patients with scoliosis.We’ll also work with movement and other bodywork approaches to increase ease, comfort and better alignment.
Sunday – 9a-1p – 4 CEs
Scoliosis — Practicum
**Please note: To take this course, you must complete Saturday’s course with George Russell.**
In this class, we’ll apply the practical tools from Saturday’s scoliosis class to problem-solving with actual clients. We’ll move from assessment to touch techniques to patient self-care and reassessment.
Sunday 2p-6p – 4 CEs
“Flower on a Stem – the Neck/Head in Yoga”
Many people’s neck trouble stems from the upper back, arms and pelvis. We’ll look at neck/head dysfunction from the standpoint of structural support, exploring how to assess and correct postures to establish a neck that extends the energy of the spine while standing or in other positions. We’ll also look at the ways that issues with the neck/head/face/jaw can work their way down the stem into the lower body.
This is a clinical class with lecture, discussion and observation. Bring a pillowcase and a pen.
Two different courses with Cynthia Wood:
Ortho-Bionomy with Cynthia Wood
Ortho-Bionomy is a gentle yet highly effective form of therapeutic bodywork. It is used to relieve pain and to restore natural alignment and well being. It helps resolve chronic and acute injuries, stress and trauma, as well as problems associated with postural and structural imbalances. Using comfortable positions and gentle movements, Ortho-Bionomy triggers the body’s own self-correcting reflexes. No forceful manipulations are used. Instead, using gentle positioning, Ortho-Bionomy employs the body’s innate wisdom to find balance and health.
Ortho-Bionomy was created by Arthur Lincoln Pauls, DO. He drew from his experience as an Osteopath and as a Judo Master to create this technique. He found that working with the body, not against it, he could be effective without the use of force. Ortho-Bionomy stimulates the self-correcting reflexes by way of the proprioceptive nerves located in our joints and muscles. These sensory nerves give the body information about where it is in space; our kinesthetic sense. By gently exaggerating postural imbalances, using positions of comfort, these nerves are informed and trigger the self correction. Restrictive patterns dissolve, improving function, reducing pain and giving rise to a general sense of well being. http://www.ortho-bionomyne.com/
Saturday – 9a-1p – 4 CEs
Introduction to Ortho-Bionomy – Hands-On Psoas and a Little Neck, too!
Dale is a NY Licensed Massage Therapist with more than 30 years’ experience in the healing arts. She is the founder and director of the Center for Therapeutic Massage in New Paltz, NY and President and founder of CoreStones, LLC. Over the years her pursuit of education has led to diversified expertise in many modalities. Some of her studies include – Orthopedic Massage, advanced myofascial training, and CranioSacral Therapy.
In her practice Dale specializes in medical massage and pain relief. She strives to find the imbalance in the body that is the cause of pain.
She has taken the knowledge she has gained through her years of study and used that to create a modality using stones – hot or cold – to achieve therapeutic results.
Dale teaches stone massage with an emphasis on the therapeutic value of using the stones as a tool for myofascial and trigger point release without compromising your wrists and hands. The focus of her work is to help therapists deliver deep relief for their clients while minimizing the effort exerted to achieve this therapeutic result.
Sunday – 9a-1p – 4 CEs
“Therapeutic Anti-Aging Face and Neck Massage”
The World Skin Project is the only international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of skin cancer awareness with a focus on education for massage therapists, massage therapy students, and other bodywork professionals.
Saturday – 9a-1p – 4CEs
“World Skin Project”
In this workshop, attendees will be taught to recognize irregular moles and feel comfortable with making clients aware of the dangers of tanning beds and unprotected UVA/UVB sun exposure. They will be given the latest statistics from the American Academy of Dermatology and will receive literature for their office to hand out to clients to educate them in. Therapists will learn how to approach clients in a compassionate manner, refer to a Board-certified dermatologist, and stay within their scope of practice.
$50 non-refundable administrative fee up to 60 days prior to the event. Please note that refunds will only
be considered 60 days prior to the beginning of the event.