September 29–30, 2012, 9 am–5 pm
Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage Therapy
3 Cerone Commercial Drive
Albany, NY 12205
CE HOURS: 14
This class is not intended for use to treat Lymphedema. The techniques presented in this class were developed combining both European (Vodder) and Australian (Casley-Smith) to enable the practitioner to effectively apply LF at the end of the class. The lecture portion of the class will explore the anatomy and physiology of the lymph system and its relationship to the connective tissue, nervous and cardiovascular systems. The clinical practicum focus is on application of LF for Sports and use in the venue and training room/treatment room. This class will cover upper and lower extremities and torso.In addition to general application and post surgical/traumas and protocols we will address many conditions where edema and inflammation are present such as joint trauma, muscle soreness strains and sprains and use for recovery between events.This class is a must for those therapists desiring to develop a “medical massage” practice.
Dale Perry, LMT graduated from Brenneke School of Massage in Seattle WA in 1990. He has taught massage for the past 11 years including Swedish, medical, lymphatic, sports, and myofascial release. He owns Lymphatic Health Education Resources and presents workshops worldwide on lymphatic facilitation for sports, injury rehabilitation, wellness, and breast health. Dale also teaches at the Center for Natural Wellness School of Massage Therapy.
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