August 4–5, 2012, 8 am–1 pm
5110 Southgate Dr.
Billings, MT 59101
Special Seminar to meet Montana CE requirements.
Take only the portion you need:
1-day 8 hour seminar on Saturday Aug. 4th or
2-day 12 hour seminar (Sat/Sun)
Targeted Movement is functional movement re-education.
This method targets neuromuscular re-education to specific muscles, thereby retraining them and restoring proper posture and movement patterns.
In this seminar Deborah Kimmet introduces you to the Practical Movement curriculum and covers the key movements that will address the most common issues that you encounter in your practice.
Learn how to teach your clients individual movements for use during or after your session, along with the basic theory and practice to best apply them. Once these basic principles are learned, you can apply them to what you already know.
More in-depth courses are available.
Designed for advanced and beginning practitioners alike.
Seminar extras include a detailed manual loaded with photographs, notes and reference materials. Spend more time learning and less time writing!
For more information about PMT Seminars go to our website: www.practicalmovement.com
For more information on the Targeted Movement Seminar go to http://practicalmovement.com/introgenlinfo.html
To see a short video clip from the introduction go to
12 hours (2 days):
$225 on or Before July 12
$325 after July 12
8 hour (1 day):
$155 on or Before July 12
$255 after July 12
functional movement, massage ce classes, massage therapy CE credit; soft tissue manipulation, movement education, movement; stretching
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