Earn 18+ CE credits at the AMTA 2017 National Convention, September 14-16 in Pasadena, California! Rest assured knowing that AMTA continuing education is rigorously vetted, NCBTMB-approved and submitted for state approval.
Timothy Agnew will demonstrate exercises focused on connecting the body in his session "The Integrated Body" on September 15.
The Integrated Body (Hands-on)
Friday, September 15, 1:30 p.m. | 4 CE Credits
Timothy Agnew completed the Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC) at Barry University and the University of South Florida. He is the co-author of Kinesiology for Manual Therapies. Tim is an active member of the Fascia Research Society and researches fascia. He has a private practice in Sarasota, Florida.
Fascia, or connective tissue, plays a large role in health and wellbeing. Learn the science of connective tissue based on recent studies in fascia dissection and science congresses. Perform exercises focused on connecting the body.
Materials Required: Massage table
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- Thursday, September 14: 7am-6:30pm
- Friday, September 15: 7am-6pm
- Saturday, September 16: 7am-12:30pm
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