A Mish-Mosh of Places that Offer Seminars, Wkshps. & CEU

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Postby Texas-gal on Sun Dec 11, 2005 9:00 am

Stanbourogh Educational Group - Australia & Singapore

Course Descriptions
http://www.myo-fascial.com.au/description.html

Course Dates
http://www.myo-fascial.com.au/dates.html
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Postby JaxGal on Wed Jan 04, 2006 9:14 pm

This is in Jacksonville, FL
Medical Massage/Neuromuscular Seminars Offered at Alpha School of Massage

January 21 & 22, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the Posterior Cervical Spine:
Learn to treat whiplash; radiculopathy; facet joint pain; muscle strain;
stiff neck; neck pain.

February 11& 12,2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the Anterior Cervical Spine:
Learn to treat whiplash; scalene syndrome; brachial plexus impingement;
military neck; torticollis; T.O.S.

February 25 & 26, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the Head & Face: Learn to
treat headaches; T. M. J.; SCM syndrome; Bells Palsy; cervicocephalagia;
other head pain.

March 4 & 5, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the back & torso: Learn to treat
lumbago;disc herniation; enthesopathy of erector spinae; facet syndrome; Q.
L. hypertonicity; radiculopathy; Interspinous ligament injury; etc.

March 11 & 12, 2006 Medical Massage for Fibromyalgia & Chronic fatigue
syndrome:

March 16 & 17, 2006 Barefoot Deep Tissue Massage – Advanced (Barefoot
Basics is prerequisite)

March 18 & 19, 2006 Barefoot Deep Tissue Massage - Basics

March 25 & 26, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the shoulder: Learn to treat
frozen shoulder; subscapularis tendonitis; deep pain in the shoulder;
rhomboid syndrome.

April 8 & 9, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the elbow, wrist & hand: Learn
to
treat wrist drop; tennis elbow; golfer’s elbow; carpal tunnel syndrome;
trigger finger; pronator teres syndrome; & more.

April 15 & 16, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the posterior & lateral hip:
learn to treat sciatica; hamstring pain; snapping hip syndrome;
trochanteric bursitis symptoms; sacroiliac joint pain; piriformis syndrome,
ITB syndrome.

April 22 & 23, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the anterior & medial hip:
learn to treat adductor tendonitis; hip flexor contracture; iliac crest
pain; quadriceps strain; groin pain, etc.

May 6 & 7, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the Posterior Cervical Spine:
Learn to treat
whiplash; radiculopathy;
facet joint pain; muscle strain; stiff neck;
neck pain.

June 3 & 4, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the back & torso: Learn to treat
lumbago; disc herniation; enthesopathy of erector spinae; facet syndrome;
Q. L. hypertonicity; radiculopathy; Interspinous ligament injury; etc.

June 10 & 11, 2006 Medical Massage/NMT for the shoulder: Learn to treat
frozen shoulder; subscapularis tendonitis; deep pain in the shoulder;
rhomboid syndrome.


Call Michael Garcia R.N., L.M.T. at (904) 389-9117 or e-mail at
[email protected] to register or for more information. Courses are
approved for 16 hrs. ceu’s. $150.00 if registered 30 or more days in
advance.
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Postby JaxGal on Wed Jan 04, 2006 9:17 pm

These are in various places but mostly in FL

http://www.wolfgangluckmann.com/coursesched.htm

I was going to cut and paste but it was kind of long :wink:
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Postby seekingequanimity on Sun Jan 08, 2006 8:28 am

My favorite place in the world!!!!!!! I have withdrawal syptoms if I haven't been within a couple of months.........

great for R&R, and they always have workshops and events going on, and specifically massage CEU classes a few times a quarter.


Located in Oregon, about 2 hours drive southeast of Portland...


http://www.breitenbush.com/
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Well worth checking out!

Postby ravenhollow on Thu Feb 23, 2006 2:40 am

www.neiwh.com

check under continuing ed courses... a wide variety of courses, and some really great instructors
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CEUs - complimentary CEUs

Postby maestra on Sat Mar 18, 2006 8:33 am

I recently attended a CE course held in WI put on by Bob King Seminars who as many here may know was the former owner of the Chicago School of Massage Therapy.
CSMT has been purchased w/in the last year or so by Cortiva, and added to it's chain of MT schools.
This frees Bob King up from having to run the school daily, though he's still involved with it, and through Cortiva is working with them on providing complimentary Continuing Education to the trade, to enhance the growth of the profession as a whole they're asking top names in our field to provide CE, check it out.
Please see the link to their complimentary CE offerings here:
http://www.cortivainstitute.com/GraduateSeries/
You can also subscribe to their new free newsletter publication - "Deep" - Massage Therapy Review... here: http://www.cortiva.com/resources/



:lol: Free IS good.
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Re: A Mish-Mosh of Places that Offer Seminars, Wkshps. & CEU

Postby Myopractic on Tue Jul 13, 2010 5:50 pm

Here's another: Myopractic Therapy

http://myopractic.net.au
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Re: A Mish-Mosh of Places that Offer Seminars, Wkshps. & CEU

Postby JasonE on Thu Jul 15, 2010 12:50 pm

Northwestern Health Sciences University (CEs for MTs, LAcs, and DCs): http://www.nwhealth.edu/conted/

Online Articles for CE Hours: Massage Therapy Journal (MTJ): http://amtamassage.org/journal/cont_edu.html

Links to Cont. Ed. from the ATMA web site: http://amtamassage.org/cont_edu.html

CenterPoint Shiatsu & Massage Therapy School: http://www.centerpointmn.com/education.shtml

Cross Country Education (CEs for PTs, DCs, LAcs, MTs, trainers, etc.): http://www.crosscountryeducation.com/cce
Jason Erickson, NCTMB, ACE-CPT, AIS-TA
Massage Therapist, Personal Trainer
http://www.CSTMinnesota.com

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Worcester, MA

Postby JLWmassage on Sun Jul 18, 2010 4:08 am

Bancroft School of Massage in Worcester, MA

http://www.bancroftsmt.com/continuing/c ... m?id=8&p=6
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Re: A Mish-Mosh of Places that Offer Seminars, Wkshps. & CEU

Postby riversinger on Sun Jul 18, 2010 9:38 am

Jin Shin Jyutsu - Ancient Japanese Energetic Healing Art - dating back to 712AD - Classes are held in multiple locations worldwide

www.jsjinc.net

From their website: Jin Shin Jyutsu brings balance to the body's energies, which promotes optimal health and well-being, and facilitates our own profound healing capacity. It is a valuable complement to conventional healing methods, inducing relaxation and reducing the effects of stress.

Jin Shin Jyutsu employs twenty-six "safety energy locks" along energy pathways that feed life into our bodies. When one or more of the paths becomes blocked, the resulting stagnation can disrupt the local area and eventually disharmonize the complete path of energy flow. Holding these energy locks in combination can bring balance to mind, body, and spirit.

Learning Jin Shin Jyutsu engages one in self study, self help. Through the process of "now know myself" we recognize the wisdom of the body, and we learn to interpret the messages provided and utilize them to restore balance.

Jin Shin Jyutsu can be applied as self-help and also by a trained practitioner. A Jin Shin Jyutsu session generally lasts about an hour. It does not involve massage, manipulation of muscles, or use of drugs or substances. It is a gentle Art, practiced by placing the fingertips (over clothing) on designated safety energy locks, to harmonize and restore the energy flow. This facilitates the reduction of tension and stress which accumulate through normal daily living.

For those of us addressing existing stress or health disharmonies, or for those simply wishing to participate actively in maintaining health, harmony and well-being, the Art of Jin Shin Jyutsu is a simple and powerful tool, available to all!
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Re: A Mish-Mosh of Places that Offer Seminars, Wkshps. & CEU

Postby Kneadfulthings on Thu Jul 29, 2010 7:25 pm

www.Bodyworku.com

An extensive list of nationwide CEU courses!
Barter for bodywork, lotion, travel ... even CEU's!

http://www.bodyworkshops.com
Destination: Success! Create your perfect practice!
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Re: A Mish-Mosh of Places that Offer Seminars, Wkshps. & CEU

Postby JLWmassage on Fri Jul 30, 2010 4:34 am

Kneadfulthings wrote:http://www.Bodyworku.com

An extensive list of nationwide CEU courses!



I check this out for my state and is it very out dated
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Re: A Mish-Mosh of Places that Offer Seminars, Wkshps. & CEU

Postby pueppi on Tue May 13, 2014 8:10 am

I didn't go through this thread to see if these two were already listed, but they came across my google search while looking for something else, so I thought I would list them here:


Florida School of Massage: http://www.floridaschoolofmassage.com/c ... /index.php

Potomac Massage Training Institute: http://www.pmti.org/index.php?id=38

Wellspring School ofAllied Health - http://wellspring.edu/continuing-education-information
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Postby pueppi on Fri May 23, 2014 7:25 am

Ran across this today:

Myofascial Therapy Certification with Magnus Eklund - it looks like he is certified in Structural Integration and teaches coursework in the Southern States. http://mindandbodyinc.com/myofascial-therapy-ce/

youTube video - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78GxfTomC0Q
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Postby pueppi on Fri May 23, 2014 7:27 am

Also ran across this:
Neurovascular Integration | http://www.neurovasculartherapy.com/nvi ... tment-faq/

Neurovascular Integration has evolved from light-touch therapies similar to craniosacral therapy, which originated as an osteopathic treatment story. Various forms of craniosacral therapy have involved the use of light touch to mobilize the bones and membranes of the cranium, vertebral column and sacrum so that the fluids around the brain and spinal cord move with more vitality. Neurovascular Integration moves beyond this fluid flow to focus on the elegant dance of the nervous system that regulates our sensory and motor functioning. A balanced, enlivened nervous system enhances the self-corrective mechanisms of the body and allows body, mind and spirit to flow with more ease.


What exactly are you doing?

My hands gently feel for the movement of the fluids in your tissues, assessing nervous system integrity and generalized organization through the organs and structures of the body. In this manner I can faciliate nervous system function by providing a light stimulus to affected areas, encouraging a more regulated sensory experience that lets the brain unravel the tissues that might “stuck” or painful. The patient frequently experiences warmth, or a sense of relief, and spontaneous corrective movement patterns. This helps the body’s nervous system to assess “danger” in the body more accurately, generate an appropriate body “output” signal, and in general, to work more efficiently.
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Postby pueppi on Sat Feb 24, 2018 9:36 pm

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