In this two day class you’ll learn principles and skills taught in my Integrative Myofascial Series.
Assessment and clinical reasoning skills help you determine where to treat, a skill that is vital to clinical efficiency and effectiveness.
The treatment techniques I teach on this course and the Series are derived from my background in Structural Integration, Massage Therapy and Visceral Manipulation.
You’ll leave with new techniques that you can apply immediately and assessment
principles to keep you thinking.
Check out some of Mark’s videos – a preview on pain science, release theory, some technique, and anatomy!
The healthy Shoulder Girdle facilitates a great variety of movement between the thorax, scapula, clavicle, and humerus.
The sliding and elongation of myofascial tissues coupled with the bony architecture permit this broad range of motion.
The very myofascial tissues that allow this great range of motion, however, can also cause dysfunction.
There are many fascial planes and interacting structures in this area that can not only restrict movement but compromise vessels and generate pain.
The underlying myofascial restriction can be at a distant site to the pain so understanding the fascial layer interactions and junction points is a useful addition for any clinician looking to restore function in the shoulder girdle.
In this workshop you can expect to:
- Learn simple assessment skills to determine the best area for treatment (its very often not the site of pain)
- Learn treatment principles and techniques to change the patient experience quickly and effectively.
- Understand the role of Fascia and its importance in release techniques.
- Understand the contribution of biopsychosocial factors, contextual effects and pain science.
” I love that everything we learn is immediately applicable to clinical practice.”
– Mathew B, RMT
NZCM, Christchurch, New Zealand
Saturday 17 Feb 2018, 9am – 5pm
Sunday 18 Feb 2018, 9am – 5pm
$440 CDN + GST
CEs 14 Credits
Mark Finch, RMT
Mark has been a therapist since 1996 with certification trainings in Massage Therapy, Structural Integration and Visceral Manipulation.
Mark spent many years teaching Thomas Myer’s Anatomy Trains workshops and now teaches his own series of Integrative Myofascial release workshops.
Mark collaborates closely with Diane Lee with whom he co-teaches part one of his series.
Mark presents clinically successful techniques in an engaging and dynamic learning environment.
Mark resides in Vancouver BC where he maintains a busy practice.