Massage Cupping Bodywork – Basic Training

Massage Cupping Bodywork – Basic Training!!!
12 CE’s
Friday and Saturday – Sept. 8-9
Friday, September 8th 9:00-6:00  
Saturday, September 9th 9:00-1:00

Early Registration rate is $240.
After August 25th – Registration is $260.

Instructor:  Annie Garic
Have you got “Issues in your Tissues?”!!

An incredible therapy that can be added into any massage/healing modality!
This workshop reviews the history of vacuum therapies, applications and contra-indications, and all of the foundation movements and techniques. A demonstration will illustrate the immediate treatment applications, as well as the invaluable information that the body reveals through the lens of the cup. This presentation will explain the effects of VacuTherapies™ on the body and how these effects can result in dramatic changes in client conditions. As an adjunct therapy to chiropractic manipulations, medical protocols and surgical recovery, … leading to happy clients and increased referrals from medical professionals!

One of the most amazing aspects of this technique is the “separation” that the vacuum produces in tissue layers. This enables water absorption and renewed blood flow to undernourished and dehydrated tissue as well as the elimination of old waste and congestion.
Along with the substantial health benefits of clearing old debris, the use of suction is invaluable in releasing soft tissue, scars and restricted fascia. Sports professionals are benefiting from the ease of recovery from injury or surgery and an increase in athletic performance, and major league sports teams are utilizing the therapy.

We are a fully furnished massage school facility and provide Oakworks massage tables, classroom tables and computer/projector for overhead presentations.
What to bring:

sheets and face cradle covers
one small hand towel
one large towel
unscented massage oil
box of tissue
robe (optional)
cupping equipment
pen

Students can expect the unexpected! Each person responds to this modality based
on their condition at the time. There is a high level of hands-on work. Keeping
warm and adequate hydration assists any processes that may develop. Participants
who have not received regular bodywork may experience remarkable changes. These
experiences are necessary for the practitioner to understand the complex effects
of this technique.

NCBTMB Continuing Education Approved Provider #450558-07

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NC Massage School offers individualized training in the art and science of therapeutic massage for an advanced-level professional career, continuing education and personal growth. We believe in a holistic approach that encourages students to explore personal development of mind, body and spirit in a small, supportive environment.

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