Friday April 28, 2023
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Approved for 7 Core Competency Credits
MTAM Members: $295
ABOUT THE COURSE
Join BetsyAnn Baron and discover how myofascial imbalances in the legs can cause minor and major roadblocks to healthy and fluid movement throughout the entire body. Freeing the imbalances caused by myofascial stiffness and tethering in the lower body allow for more efficient muscle use and strengthening, improved breathing patterns and renewed dynamic stability and ease of posture.
During this workshop, you will learn and work with key elements in the Structural Myofacial Therapy system and delve more deeply into Postural Exploration and Awareness. Differing depths of myofascial techniques will be explored that are deep, safe and effective hands-on myofascial work in the legs.
Pre-requisite: 60 min webinar Being Bodyful: Discovering How Postural Exploration and Awareness Fit into Your Sessions. Please email email@example.com to purchase the recording.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
BetsyAnn Baron, RMT
Betsy Ann Baron is a Board Certified Structural Integrator and massage therapist. Prior to becoming a massage therapist, structural integrator and instructor, Betsy Ann spent fifteen years with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal as soloist. This gave her a unique, first-hand experience with the body, its movements and its injuries. Betsy Ann is highly regarded and appreciated as both a therapist and a teacher. She is a member of the Fédération Québecoise des Massothérapeutes and the International Association of Structural Integrators.
NoticeDress for hands-on work. Tank tops, sports bras, and shorts are appropriate.
NoticeMassage table is required.
Registration for MTAM members opens February 1st, 2023! Please visit the MTAM website page to Register.
COURSE CANCELLATION DATES
Cancellations made by March 27, 2023 receive a full refund. Cancellations made from March 27 – April 10, 2023 receive a 50% refund on the full cost of the course. No refunds will be given on cancellations made after April 10, 2023 at 4:30 p.m.