5 Elements for Integrating Eastern and Western Practice

Expand your massage therapy skills at the AMTA 2015 National Convention! Register for the continuing education class 5 Elements for Integrating Eastern and Western Practice and learn new techniques to enhance your practice.

5 Elements for Integrating Eastern and Western Practice (Hands-On)

Friday, August 21, 1:30-5:30pm | 4 CE Hours

Mary Ellen Derwis, LMT and Universal Healing Tao instructor, has studied eastern and western massage techniques for over 20 years. She has taught massage practitioners how to integrate the two since 2009.

Learn basic massage techniques that release tension in the fascia and affect structure and function of bodily systems (including the skeletal-muscular system). These simple techniques can be integrated into current massage protocols and enhance clinical outcomes.

Materials required: Massage table

On-Site Registration Hours

Wednesday, August 19: 11am-6pm
Thursday, August 20: 7am-6:30pm
Friday, August 21: 7am-6pm
Saturday, August 22: 7am-12:30pm

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