Myoskeletal Therapy™ ‘Pelvis, Spine & Torso’
Presented by Aubrey Gowing + Special Guest, Erik Dalton
Join us in-class or online
On our Myoskeletal Therapy™ ‘Pelvis, Spine & Torso’ Myoskeletal™ Three day Seminar you will learn practical and effective approaches for finding and treating chronic pain problems associated with Lumbar lordosis, Hyper and Hypo Kyphosis, Scoliosis, Dowagers, forward head posture and Swayback posture affecting the Pelvis, lumbar spine, thoracic and cervical spine as well as abdominal techniques and scar tissue treatment. Our goal is to enhance your skills, improve your results, and build your practice to a level of excellence that goes beyond the standard expectation of what can be achieved through bodywork. Be prepared for outstanding results, even with long standing chronic conditions!
‘If a Joint is not moving freely, the surrounding soft tissue will be dysfunctional.’
Learn to incorporate exciting and effective new deep tissue, joint mobilisation, and myofascial techniques into your existing skill set. Learn techniques to treat bones and their joints as you would other tissues, using the bones as leavers to mobilize soft tissues. This Joint mobilizing aspect is often the missing key in therapy sessions that can quickly unlock chronic pain conditions.
This course is also recognised by the Complementary Health Professionals in the UK and by the Irish Massage Therapists Association in Ireland for CPD points.
Dates: Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th of April 2021
Time: 9am to 6pm
Venue: Holistic College Dublin, 14 Main Street, Swords, County Dublin, Ireland.
Price: €375 in class attendance or €235 for virtual attendance
Online Students: Please have a pen and note paper to hand. It is recommended that you have a partner available to practice the practical techniques with. A minimum of a level 3 or foundation level massage qualification is a prerequisite for participation in this course.
To accommodate international guests, all attendees will have access to the video replay of the seminar for a limited time after the event.
Please see Myoskeletal Seminar Dublin April ’21 for full details