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Myofascial Release

This is a extremely useful technique for Massage &/or Sports Massage Therapists alike.

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About this Course

Myofascial Release

This is a extremely useful technique for Massage &/or Sports Massage Therapists alike.

Myofascial Release Technique is a very gentle approach which releases tension in the fascia allowing the tissues to move much more freely and can be eaily integrated into your massage treatment making you so much more effective – this has become the new sought after techniques for very good reasons and will be a excellent addition to your skills

Course Duration

1 Day

Entry Requirements

Level 3 body massage certificate i.e. swedish, holistic, aromatherapy or sports massage

Course Audience

Massage Therapists - also open to osteopaths, chiropractors etc.

Location

Holiday Inn Express, Lakeside Drive, Newport, NP10 8BB

Enrollment & Tuition

£135

Points Awarded

5 CPD Points

Syllabus

Course Delivery: The course theory lesson & course notes will be sent out approximately 1 week before the course date.  This allows the training day to be focused on hands-on learning and practical skills.

Myofascial Release Technique is a very gentle approach which releases tension in the fascia, thereby allowing the muscles to work more efficiently and allows chronic patterns of dysfunction to move more freely.

This technique is gentle on the practitioner’s body and enables you to tackle acute and chronic conditions more confidently.

You will be able to integrate myofascial release technique easily into your existing massage treatments and you will learn how to deliver these new techniques with your client positioned in various ways on the couch – not just the traditional supine & prone taught in swedish and holistic massage – this will allow you to be far more effective.

Course Objectives:

  • To understand the structure of the myofascial system.
  • To understand the function of the myofascia.
  • To describe the contra-indications to myofascial bodywork.
  • To demonstrate myofascial techniques in the upper and lower extremities, neck, spine, diaphragm, shoulder and pelvic girdle.

Please note course fees are not refundable but with adequate notice may be transferrable.  See our terms and conditions for more information.

Course Tutors

Sue Croft

 I am Sue Croft. I have been a registered Osteopath for 20 years. I ran my own practice for 15 years in London. In 2018 I moved to Swansea to work full time as a lecturer in osteopathy. I teach both Anatomy & Physiology, practical skills and lead the Biomechanics module. Outside of Osteopathy I am an English Channel swimmer and spend a lot of time swimming in the sea. Because of my background in endurance sports, I am an Injury prevention coach and have coached at various training camps around the world. I work very much on a stop problems happening in the first place.

What Our Graduates Have To Say

"Really enjoyed the course..Sue was great, really knowledgeable and informative, and made the day really enjoyable. Really lucky to be in with a great bunch of ladies too! Will definitely book more courses with Sue!"
"Wow sue was amazing, really connected with the group and had lots of knowledge! I really enjoyed the course, I learnt more then I expected! And walked away with lots of tools. Sue was lovely I want to do more courses with her next year x" Melissa C 2021
"It was a great course, sue was very knowledgeable, personable and eager to help. I enjoyed having the theory via zoom beforehand as it meant we could really concentrate on the practical. Another great course provided by Teach Therapy." Karen H 2021
"Sue's teaching was clear, accessible and thorough. She was encouraging and instilled confidence. She brought humour and a lightness of touch, as well as  evidence of vast experience to the training. I loved both theory and practice elements and would do future courses and workshops with Sue" Caroline M 2021
"Really useful techniques to work along with sports massage"
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