Flowers, towels and a balanced stack of massaging stones

Improving Therapy Outcomes

August 10 - 11, 2019


Want to have fun while getting your CEU’s? Spend two days
with Pete Whitridge learning to apply current findings in
massage therapy research to your clinical practice skills.

• Improve your therapy outcomes using current research findings
• Deepen your knowledge of anatomical and fascial structures
• Teach your clients to work with you during therapy
• Eliminate chronic pain by working below the client’s pain threshold
• Slow down, focus your attention, be more effective with less effort

This hands-on workshop will update you on current research
evidence to inform and refine your therapeutic skills. The class
will focus on topics such as affective outcomes, inflammatory
response, pain science, and trauma and resiliency. Proper use
of thermal therapies, the reeducation of post-traumatic injury
response in wound repair, and functional movement patterning
will also be covered. Help your clients become self reliant by
teaching them to fully engage their own self awareness and
interoception. Strengthen your practice and deepen your
massage skills with all client populations. Receive wonderful
bodywork from your massage therapy colleagues.

“Every time I study with Pete, I learn so much! He always brings new, updated info. to class. Love Pete!” - Anon., Sarasota School of Massage Therapy

“Outstanding [knowledge of the subject]; explains and conveys information at a good pace, concisely and with humor. [Organization of the class] flows naturally and spontaneously. I like the multitude of visuals, auditory and hands-on. Great presence; sincere. Fantastic; great instructor!” - Anon., Sarasota School of Massage

The seminar runs from 9:00am - 6:00pm both days and includes a one hour lunch break.  Please dress comfortably, bring a lubricant and set of linens for the seminar and enjoy the training!

NCBTMB approved course.

Available Florida CEUs: 18

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Pete Whitridge, LMT

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