May 17–20, 2012, 9 am–6 pm
A Relaxed You
11121 S. Kedzie Ave
Chicago, IL 60655
Be a part of one of the fastest growing specializations in complementary healthcare.
Earn competency, confidence and certification in maternity massage therapy. Learn over 80 safe and effective advanced techniques. Based on Carole Osborne’s new second edition book, this well-researched, internationally noted course will significantly expand your marketable skills and enrich your career. This comprehensive workshop utilizes learn-friendly, multisensory, hands-on instruction in a program developed by the 2008 AMTA National Teacher of the Year. A hands-on intensive experience, it features an integrative somatic approach that incorporates the insights and selected techniques of Ida Rolf; neuromuscular, myofascial, movement, osteopathic soft tissue and other Western therapeutic methods; applied tai chi principles, and emotional sensitivity.
“Sidelying positioning is fantastic, and I find it has many broad applications. I have trained under many talented instructors, but these pre-and perinatal techniques are the skills I use the most. I now have a successful practice which supports my entire family.” CMT, New York, NY
“Taking this class has had a profound impact on my life. Thank you for helping me to find work that I simply LOVE doing.” RMT, Vancouver, BC, Canada
$595 if registered by 4/17/12, $695 therafter.
Carole Osborne, Certification, Education, massage, Pre and Perinatal massage, Pregnancy massage, prenatal certification, Prenatal Massage
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