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ZZZX.) Resetting the Body After Injury & Ethics: Both Classes (Seattle July 13-14, 2019)

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$225.00
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0119321-2
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Instructor: Joe Rodin, LMT, Certified Trager Practitioner; NCBTMB #681

Day 1 - (Resetting the Body After Injury: The Missing Element for Treatment Resolution)

Injury creates two effects:

  • the primary effect is the initial acute pathologic changes to muscle, fascia, nerve, or other structures of the body due to an injury
  • the secondary effect is the body’s protective, defensive bracing around the injury. Too often this becomes part of the client’s chronic postural and pain patterns—long after acute problems are successfully resolved.
You will learn to:
  • Identify bracing patterns in the body apart from injury or trauma.
  • Assess dysfunctional myofasical chains and their sequences of firing.
  • Learn methods to dissolve these patterns, reset the body, and re-introduce the natural vocabulary of healthy movement
You will greatly increase your effectiveness at resolving chronic pain whatever your preferred style of massage.

What to Bring: Set of sheets, pillow/bolster; wear loose clothing.

Day 2 - (The Ethics of Treating the Whole Client)

A trap of the healing arts professions is feeling that we do or must have all of the answers to help with the full spectrum of our clients needs. Our clients, often convey many personal and somatic issues to us in the treatment room that are beyond our scope of practice to work with. It is often hard to know when our clients just need someone to listen to them, when we can/should help them with a problem, or should refer to them on to another professional. In this class, we will take inventory of our individual availability to be present for our clients emotional and physical needs and will refine our sense of boundaries, personal as well as professional.

The Instructor, Joe Rodin, has an MA in Psychology and has about 16 years in practice as a counselor and in psychotherapy as well as being a bodyworker for 18 years and a massage instructor for about 10 years. His rich background makes this class considerably more interesting than the typical ethics class. Note: this class does not discuss WA state law.

This class satisfies NCBTMB & WA's ethics requirement.

What to Bring: Something to write with

Registration Options: We are offering Joe Rodin's classes at a discounted group rate if you register for both classes at once, versus taking each individual class. If you would like to register for both classes, continue on, otherwise, please click on the following links to register for the class of your interest. Please note that by taking both classes, you save $25.

Class Date: July 13-14, 2019
Class Times: Saturday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm and Sunday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Location: Seattle Location 4 -- Holiday Inn Express (please click on the link for location details)
Cost: $225 if registered by 7/5/19; $250 if registered after 7/5/19
Cost/Hour: $18.75/hr if registered by 7/5/19, $20.83/hr if registered after 7/5/19
CE Hours: 12

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