Do you practice some different form of myofascial work and can provide information as to what this class may have of interest or be lacking in?
Any and all comments are appreciated.
CORE Myofascial Therapy
CORE Myofascial is a 6-day, intermediate level course open to all massage therapists who want to master an advanced, full-body Myofascial treatment for the improvement of structural alignment and functional performance.
CORE Myofascial teaches session strategies for the active/athletic client, for remediation of acute or chronic injuries, and for the treatment of structural concerns.
CORE Myofascial therapy was used as the premier treatment for the British Olympic Team at their 1995 and 1996 Olympic Training Camps held at Florida State University. CORE Bodywork is also the only deep muscle therapy in use by the massage therapy staff at the Peaks Resort and Spa in Telluride, Colorado. Active professionals, elite athletes, and anyone wishing to achieve a higher level of mental and physical performance will greatly benefit from CORE Myofascial Therapy.
CORE Myofascial Therapy 1 & 2 Course Information:
CORE Institute is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education provider under Category A. These courses are approved under provider #009-492-00. They are approved continuing education workshops, for 24 CEUs each, by the Florida Board of Massage, Provider #M-6-99-67 and #M-6-99-68. Participants need to bring massage tables, bolsters, linens, and cocoa butter. Practitioner manuals will be provided outlining pertinent course information, including all clinical techniques and treatment strategies. Massage therapists, physical therapists, and athletic trainers who are either state licensed or nationally certified are eligible for admission to this program.
CEU's: 48 (24/each) Pre-requisites: You need Myofascial I to take Myofascial II
Classes appear to only be taught in Florida.