Friday, May 3, 2019
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Approved for 7 Core Competency/Primary credits
Course is limited to 30 participants
Fee includes: Lunch and course manual
Important!As seen at the 2018 RMTBC Education Days!
Important!As seen at the 2018 RMTBC Education Days!
ABOUT THE COURSE
This workshop will give participants an introduction to the “Taylor Technique” style of myofascial assessment & treatment, and how to incorporate this work into their current practice. Specifically, strain/counterstrain, using limbs as levers, pin & drag, skin rolling, pick up & roll are all shown in several areas of the body, focusing on palpation of superficial and deep layers of fascia, and differentiating between the two.
Learning about the elements of fascia and how to dialogue on this topic with prospective and current clients, will help participants incorporate this work into their current massage practice, while managing client expectations. Therapists will become proficient at using these techniques everywhere in the body, and the focused hands-on practice in palpation, is a skill that will be demonstrated throughout the seminar, in addition to body mechanics.
This class is the platform for the other 9 topics in the level 1 series, and gives the healthcare practitioner a firm foundation in applying palpative skill effectively. DVDs are available for all ten topics in this myofascial certification series as well as ten level 2 DVDs now available at . Level 1 textbook is available in downloadable and hard copy formats!
- Think from a Myofascial perspective, how to talk to their patients about fascial work expectations of treatment outcomes, as well as incorporate the techniques into their current practice.
- Gain an understanding of how all the Taylor Myofascial Techniques, when combined, can posturally realign the body to a more functional state where muscles are separate from each other and not adhered to fascia, thereby improving their function and efficiency of movement.
- Incorporate the basic Taylor Myofascial Techinques into their current practice in several areas of the body.
- Gain sensitivity in palpation of different fascial tissues of the body as well as becoming skilled at strain/counterstrain technique.
- Hold the upper and lower extremities with confidence, while exerting fascial traction/strain on the limbs in order to release their fascial sleeves to improve blood vessel function, nerve conduction and promoting muscular tension release.
NoticeThis is a hands on course. Participants should wear appropriate clothing to allow access to various areas of the body. Dressing in layers such as sports bra, shorts and tank top is recommended.
NoticeParticipants must bring a table
ABOUT THE MODERATOR
Carrie has been in the fitness & nutrition industry as a certified personal trainer since 1990, a Registered Massage Therapist in Canada since 2001, and a licensed massage therapist in the U.S. since 2005. Following completion of a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of British Columbia, Carrie attended the prestigious West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Vancouver in 1998, to complete a 3500 hour Massage Therapy program. She has been teaching at the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in NYC since January 2001, where her topics of expertise include; Myofascial Release, Anatomy & Physiology, Pathology, Neurology, Palpation, & Clinical Strategies.
She currently teaches the “Taylor Technique” level 1, 2 & 3 certifications (240 hours) in Myofascial release and Osteopathic approaches to manual treatment for registered & licensed therapists, is a CMTBC & NCBTMB nationally approved providerof continuing education, and is available for speaking engagements. Her Myofascial release certification is currently taught at the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in NYC, the Fingerlakes School of Massage in Ithaca NY, and for the RMTBC in British Columbia, Canada. She is also a Georgia Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Association of Georgia approved provider. Carrie has started hosting continuing education wellness retreats in Atlanta Georgia, where therapists can learn her work, receive treatment, and do yoga!
Carrie practices Myofascial Release, Scar tissue treatment, Osteopathic & Visceral work, Core Stability based Personal Training & stretching, remedial exercise & Nutrition Counseling. Carrie spends much of her private practice in treating other manual therapists (which is one of her passions, and is geared towards enhancing their learning process).
Carrie also graduated from the 200 hour Lifepower yoga teacher training, and specializes in teaching Ashtanga & Vinyasa flow forms of practice, in addition to being a Yoga Alliance continuing education provider. She has a core stability total body conditioning & stretch DVD, as well as DVDs & a textbook of the Taylor Technique Myofascial release classes (all available in online downloadable and hardcopy formats at as well as amazon/kindle).
For more information and course approvals with other professional organizations please visit the Registration Page.
COURSE CANCELLATION DATES
Cancellations made by April 2, 2019 receive a full refund. Cancellations made from April 3 – April 13, 2019 receive a 50% refund on the full cost of the course. No refunds will be given on cancellations made after April 13, 2019 at 4:30 pm