Kate Peck April 13-14, 2019 9:00-6:00 pm Worcester, MA
COURSE DESCRIPTION Burn scars, in particular, have a very deep physical & emotional impact on the burn survivor.Massage therapy can profoundly help in the healing of both the physical & emotional scars. In this workshop, you have the unique opportunity to learn Myofascial Scar Release for Burns AND get the opportunity to work on local Burn Survivors!
On Saturday, you will learn Myofascial Release techniques that can improve the health of your client's soft tissues and help to prevent the formation of adhesions & fibroses in the area. It will also include specific scar release techniques that can be done to the scar itself to keep it pliable and mobile. We will also talk about the role of the lymph system and its effects on healing as well as the scars effects on the lymph system. You will learn some basic manual lymph techniques that you can incorporate into your scar treatments.
On Sunday, we will focus on burn scars. The first half of class is information pertaining to the varying degrees of burns, types of scar tissue, the physical as well as emotional issues faced by burn survivors.You will then have the unique opportunity to work on actual burn survivors! They will share their story of their accidents and answer any questions that you may have regarding their injury, their recovery, and how massage and safe, therapeutic touch has helped them. Then you will get the chance to practice all the skills and techniques that you have just learned.
Note: If you are just interested in Myofascial Scar Release and not working with Burn Survivors you may take just Saturday's class.
CE CREDITS 8 NCBTMB approved CE Hours each day
COST $ 400.00 $ 200.00 for Saturday only
DATES & TIMES Sat. & Sun, April 13-14th, 2019 *Note the updated date 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
LOCATION Bancroft School of Massage Therapy 333 Shrewsbury Street Worcester, MA 01604
Thank you for your interest in The Bodywork Education Project. We look forward to bringing you a first rate educational experience. Please feel free to email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.