Bodywork Continuing Education Seminar December 4 - 8, 2017 Register at www.efullcircle.com/workshop-schedule
Dec
7
8:00 AM08:00

Bodywork Continuing Education Seminar December 4 - 8, 2017 Register at www.efullcircle.com/workshop-schedule

  • Sedona Elks Lodge Coconino National Forest (map)
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This seminar is 5 NCBTMB approved instructors teaching 8-CE, 1-day NCBTMB approved class(es) each.

 

Where will it be held?

Sedona, Arizona

 

When will it happen?

December 4-8, 2017

 

What is the venue for the seminar?

Sedona Elks Lodge
Coconino National Forest
110 Airport Rd.
Sedona, AZ 86336

 

Accommodations?

Sedona Rouge
Coconino National Forest
2250 W. State Rte 89A
Sedona, AZ 86336
928-203-4111

 

Pricing for accommodations?

$158 per night not including taxes, fees, and a $2 per day housekeeping charge
Price above is for 1 or 2 people in a room
$25 per person for each person above 2 in the room
Hotel will waive $22 per room per day resort fee
Parking is free for guests
10% off spa treatments

 

Dates the accommodation pricing is good for?

Room block dates are Sunday, December 3, 2017 through Thursday, December 7, 2017 (so checking out Friday, December 8, 2017 in the morning). Daniel has graciously agreed to honor these rates for 3 nights before our room block and 3 nights after our room block, for anyone wanting to stay longer. Reservations must be made by November 3, 2017 to receive this pricing

 

Who is responsible for paying for accommodations?

Your accommodations are not included in your tuition
You will be responsible for making your reservations, as well as for paying for your accommodations and incidentals
Room sharing is encouraged

 

What will I need to bring?

Participants should bring linens and oil/lotion/cream

 

Is food included in the tuition?

No, because of special food needs, all food decisions will be made and paid for by each individual participant

 

What is the tuition?

$750 for 5 days or $500 for 3 days, if you register 60+ days before the seminar (so on or before October 5, 2017) you will receive a 10% discount

 

Who are the instructors?

  • Jen Hartley and Chris Hallwas
  • Melinda Hastings
  • Dawn Lewis and Patti Schuneman
  • Dale Montelione Grust
  • Melinda Loo
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A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage - Treating Low Back and Hip Pain
Nov
12
2:00 PM14:00

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage - Treating Low Back and Hip Pain

In this comprehensive training we will review anatomy and trigger points of muscles most commonly involved in low back and hip pain. Those easily accessible: Gluteus Minimus and Maximus, Iliotibial Band, Tensor Fasciae Latae, and Hamstrings. And those that are more challenging to palpate and treat: Quadratus Lumborum, Psoas and Iliacus, Multifidi, and deep hip rotators.

We will demonstrate how to use the stones broadly for myofascial release and specifically for trigger point release.

You will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome – deep muscle release without causing tissue trauma. Learn how to clean your stones for client safety.

The contraindications/considerations of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter your sessions to accommodate certain conditions.

Participants should bring linens, and oil/lotion. If you are already working with stones, please bring your stone set.

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Therapeutic Anti-Aging Face and Neck Massage
Nov
12
9:00 AM09:00

Therapeutic Anti-Aging Face and Neck Massage

This comprehensive training combines the best of both worlds – anti-aging facial massage plus therapeutic massage of the neck and face. Gentle yet precise strokes using stones, both warm and cold, will relax muscles, tone and tighten the face, and stimulate collagen and elastin production. Relieving tension in the face, jaw and neck will visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Our technique combines acupressure to stimulate the nerves in the face with a series of vertical and horizontal moves to relax facial muscles and connective tissue, increase blood flow and stimulate lymph drainage.

We will work specifically with the muscles of the jaw, face, and neck to address tension in the jaw, headaches, and tension held in the neck.

The use of organic pomegranate oil will encourage cell rejuvenation and moisturize and tone the epidermis with its unique omega-5 fatty acid, polyphenols and inherent delivery system.

Students will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome: deep muscle relief without causing tissue trauma. And they will learn how to clean their stones for client safety.

The contraindications of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter sessions to accommodate certain conditions.

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CoreStone Massage
Oct
21
9:30 AM09:30

CoreStone Massage

A THERAPEUTIC APPROACH TO STONE MASSAGE BACK, LEGS, FEET, AND ABDOMEN

Supplies required: Purchase your CoreStones at a discount if ordered online with registration! ($115.00 for a 5 piece set). Regular price $129.00.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

CoreStone Massage Therapy® blends the ancient art of stone massage with a uniquely designed stone tool that facilitates deep muscle release without causing trauma to muscle tissue and minimizes the effort you must exert to achieve a therapeutic result. You will learn to use the stones as an extension of your hands.

As with any tool, how you hold it makes a difference so this workshop will focus on self-care. You will learn how to use stones without compromising your wrists and hands.

In this workshop we will explore the muscles of the back, legs, feet and abdomen.

We will cover treatments for back pain, shoulder pain, and plantar fasciitis.  We will demonstrate how to use the stones broadly for myofascial release and specifically for trigger point release or muscle stripping.

The contraindications/considerations of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter sessions to accommodate certain conditions.
You will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome: deep muscle relief without causing tissue trauma and learn how to sanitize your stones for client safety.

Stone massage can save your hands and extend your career – you will be working with more ease and less strain.                                                                                
Participants should bring a massage table, linens, and oil/lotion.

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Hot Stone Massage for Hands, Arms, And Feet: For Clients & Yourself
Sep
1
1:30 PM13:30

Hot Stone Massage for Hands, Arms, And Feet: For Clients & Yourself

Our hands and feet take a beating every day and a relaxing massage is a welcome relief.

This class is designed to show you ways to address common injuries such as plantar fasciitis as well as how to pamper the extremities with soothing hot stone massage. Working the intricate musculature of the hands and feet can be challenging to our own hands, especially our thumbs, unless we work consciously and carefully. We will review the anatomy of the feet, hands, and forearms and discuss common problems that can arise in these areas. Proper body mechanics are an integral part of this course and you will learn how to work with stones without compromising your wrists and hands.

The contraindications/considerations of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter sessions to accommodate certain conditions. You will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome: deep muscle relief without causing tissue trauma and learn how to sanitize your stones for client safety. Stone massage can save your hands and extend your career. You will be working with more ease and less strain.

Participants should bring linens and oil/lotion and stones if you have them.

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Therapeutic Anti-Aging Face & Neck Massage
Sep
1
9:00 AM09:00

Therapeutic Anti-Aging Face & Neck Massage

This comprehensive training combines the best of both worlds – anti-aging facial massage plus therapeutic massage of the neck and face. Our technique combines the use of hot and cold stones and hands using acupressure to stimulate the nerves in the face with a series of vertical and horizontal moves to relax facial muscles and connective tissue, increase blood flow and stimulate lymph drainage. We will work specifically with the muscles of the jaw, face, and neck to address tension in the jaw, headaches, and tension held in the neck.

Students will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome: deep muscle relief without causing tissue trauma. And they will learn how to clean their stones for client safety. The contraindications of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter sessions to accommodate certain conditions.                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Participants should bring linens and oil/lotion and stones if you have them.

 

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A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage - Back and Lower Body
Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage - Back and Lower Body

In this comprehensive training we will review anatomy and trigger points of muscles most commonly involved in  shoulder, low back, and hip pain. You will learn  how to use the stones broadly, for myofascial release and specifically, for trigger point release. You will learn techniques to work on the back, the front and back of the legs, the feet, and the abdomen.
Proper body mechanics when using stones will be emphasized so you can confidently offer this modality without compromising your hands and wrists.  

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Therapeutic Anti-Aging Face and Neck Massage
May
19
10:00 AM10:00

Therapeutic Anti-Aging Face and Neck Massage

This comprehensive training combines the best of both worlds – anti-aging facial massage plus therapeutic massage of the neck and face. Our technique combines the use of hot and cold stones and hands using acupressure to stimulate the nerves in the face with a series of vertical and horizontal moves to relax facial muscles and connective tissue, increase blood flow and stimulate lymph drainage. We will work specifically with the muscles of the jaw, face, and neck to address tension in the jaw, headaches, and tension held in the neck. Students will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome: deep muscle relief without causing tissue trauma and will learn how to clean their stones for client safety. The contraindications of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter sessions to accommodate certain conditions. Participants should bring linens and oil/lotion. Stones will be provided for use in class.

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A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage
Dec
11
9:30 AM09:30

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage

This comprehensive training combines the best of both worlds – anti-aging facial massage plus therapeutic massage of the neck, face, back, and arms. Gentle yet precise strokes using stones, both warm and cold, will relax muscles, tone and tighten the face, and stimulate collagen production. Relieving tension in the face, jaw, and neck will visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Our technique combines acupressure to stimulate the nerves in the face with a series of vertical and horizontal moves to relax facial muscles and connective tissue, increase blood flow, and stimulate lymph drainage.

  Proper body mechanics are an integral part of this course and you will learn how to incorporate stones into your massage without compromising your wrists and hands.

The contraindications/considerations of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter sessions to accommodate certain conditions. You will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome: deep muscle relief without causing tissue trauma and learn how to sanitize your stones for client safety.

Stone massage can save your hands and extend your career – you will be working with more ease and less strain.                                                                                    

Participants should bring a massage table, bolster, linens, and oil/lotion.

Registration : http://corestonemassage.com/shop/a-therapeutic-approach-to-stone-massage-2-day-course

 

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Therapeutic Anti-Aging Face and Neck Massage
Sep
23
10:00 AM10:00

Therapeutic Anti-Aging Face and Neck Massage

This comprehensive training combines the best of both worlds – anti-aging facial massage plus therapeutic massage of the neck and face. Our technique combines the use of hot and cold stones and hands using acupressure to stimulate the nerves in the face with a series of vertical and horizontal moves to relax facial muscles and connective tissue, increase blood flow and stimulate lymph drainage. We will work specifically with the muscles of the jaw, face, and neck to address tension in the jaw, headaches, and tension held in the neck. Students will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome: deep muscle relief without causing tissue trauma. And they will learn how to clean their stones for client safety. The contraindications of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter sessions to accommodate certain conditions. Participants should bring linens and oil/lotion.

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Mar
12
to Mar 13

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage

INFO

16 CE Hours

Early Registration $250

Registration: http://hai.edu/corestone-massage/

419-874-4496

 

Course Description:
In this comprehensive training you will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome – deep muscle release without causing tissue trauma. And learn how to clean your stones for client safety. 
The precautions of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter your sessions to accommodate certain conditions.
We will review anatomy and trigger points of muscles most commonly involved in headaches, low back and hip pain. We will learn  how to use the stones “broadly” for myofascial release and “specifically” for trigger point release. 
Proper body mechanics when using stones will be emphasized so you can confidently offer this modality without compromising your hands and wrists.                                  

Participants will work on each other and there will be plenty of time for individualized attention.                 
When used as a tool, stone massage can save your hands and extend your career – you will be working with more ease and less strain. 

Participants should bring a massage table,  linens, and oil/lotion. If you are already working with stones, please bring your stone set.  

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A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage - Part 2
Feb
26
10:00 AM10:00

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage - Part 2

February 26, 2016 @10:00 am -6:00 pm

| $135

7 CE Hours

Registration: www.cnwsmt.com

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage

Course Description:

In this comprehensive workshop you will learn how to work easier using stones. We will start by reviewing how to heat, cool and clean your stones for client safety and the contraindications of hot stone massage. You will have time to ask any questions you have about the techniques you learned for the face, head, neck, and back then learn new techniques for the legs, feet, hips,arms, and abdomen (including psoas). There will be a review of the anatomy of the regions you will be working with and you will learn common trigger points that cause low back and hip pain as you work with a partner to release these points. Proper body mechanics when using stones will be emphasized so you can confidently offer this modality without compromising your hands and wrists.

Participants should bring linens, and oil/lotion.

If you are already working with stones, please bring your stone set.

          

Learning Outcomes and Objectives:

  • Identify muscles of the legs and hips.
  • Use stones to treat common trigger points of the legs and hips.
  • Use stones to warm muscles and work psoas.
  • Demonstrate how to hold a hot stone to work with fascia and trigger points.
  • Incorporate hot stone techniques into a client’s session.

 

Meet the instructor

Dale Montelione Grust, LMT  

Dale Montelione Grust is a NY Licensed Massage Therapist with more than 30 years’ experience in the healing arts. She is the founder and director of the Center for Therapeutic Massage in New Paltz, NY and founder of CoreStones, LLC.

Over the years her pursuit of education has led to diversified expertise in many modalities. Some of her studies include - Orthopedic Massage, advanced myofascial training, and CranioSacral Therapy.

In her practice Dale specializes in medical massage and pain relief. She strives to find the imbalance in the body that is the cause of pain.

She has taken the knowledge she has gained through her years of study and used that to create a modality using stones – hot or cold – to achieve therapeutic results.

Dale teaches stone massage with an emphasis on the therapeutic value of using the stones as a tool for myofascial and trigger point release without compromising your wrists and hands. The focus of her work is to help therapists deliver deep release for their clients while minimizing the effort exerted to achieve this therapeutic result.

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A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage - Part 1
Jan
29
10:00 AM10:00

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage - Part 1

INFO

7 CE Hours

Registration: www.cnwsmt.com

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage

Course Description:
In this comprehensive training you will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome – deep muscle release without causing tissue trauma. And learn how to clean your stones for client safety. 
The contraindications of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter your sessions to accommodate certain conditions.
We will review anatomy and trigger points of muscles most commonly involved in headaches, low back and hip pain. We will learn  how to use the stones “broadly” for myofascial release and “specifically” for trigger point release. 
Proper body mechanics when using stones will be emphasized so you can confidently offer this modality without compromising your hands and wrists.                                  

Participants will work on each other and there will be plenty of time for individualized attention.                 
When used as a tool, stone massage can save your hands and extend your career – you will be working with more ease and less strain. 

Participants should bring a massage table,  linens, and oil/lotion. If you are already working with stones, please bring your stone set.                                                        

 

Course Objectives

At the end of our workshops, students will be able to:

  • Determine when it is safe to use hot stones and customize their session to the clients’ individual needs/health concerns.
  • Demonstrate how to properly hold a stone without compromising their wrists or hands.
  • Demonstrate proper body mechanics during the massage.
  • Safely incorporate hot stone techniques into a client’s session.
  • Demonstrate how to hold a stone to treat myofascial tissue and trigger points.
  • Identify and treat common trigger points.

Meet the instructor

Dale Montelione Grust, LMT  

Dale Montelione Grust is a NY Licensed Massage Therapist with more than 30 years’ experience in the healing arts. She is the founder and director of the Center for Therapeutic Massage in New Paltz, NY and founder of CoreStones, LLC.

Over the years her pursuit of education has led to diversified expertise in many modalities. Some of her studies include - Orthopedic Massage, advanced myofascial training, and CranioSacral Therapy.

In her practice Dale specializes in medical massage and pain relief. She strives to find the imbalance in the body that is the cause of pain.

She has taken the knowledge she has gained through her years of study and used that to create a modality using stones – hot or cold – to achieve therapeutic results.

Dale teaches stone massage with an emphasis on the therapeutic value of using the stones as a tool for myofascial and trigger point release without compromising your wrists and hands. The focus of her work is to help therapists deliver deep release for their clients while minimizing the effort exerted to achieve this therapeutic result.

 

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A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage
Jan
17
10:30 AM10:30

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage

INFO

7 CE Hours

Registration: www.amtany.org

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage

Course Description:
In this comprehensive training you will learn how to heat or cool stones to the proper temperature to achieve our desired therapeutic outcome – deep muscle release without causing tissue trauma. And learn how to clean your stones for client safety. 
The contraindications of hot stone massage will be reviewed and we will discuss ways to alter your sessions to accommodate certain conditions.
We will review anatomy and trigger points of muscles most commonly involved in headaches, low back and hip pain. We will learn  how to use the stones “broadly” for myofascial release and “specifically” for trigger point release. 
Proper body mechanics when using stones will be emphasized so you can confidently offer this modality without compromising your hands and wrists.                                  

Participants will work on each other and there will be plenty of time for individualized attention.                 
When used as a tool, stone massage can save your hands and extend your career – you will be working with more ease and less strain. 

Participants should bring a massage table,  linens, and oil/lotion. If you are already working with stones, please bring your stone set.                                                        

 

Course Objectives

At the end of our workshops, students will be able to:

  • Determine when it is safe to use hot stones and customize their session to the clients’ individual needs/health concerns.
  • Demonstrate how to properly hold a stone without compromising their wrists or hands.
  • Demonstrate proper body mechanics during the massage.
  • Safely incorporate hot stone techniques into a client’s session.
  • Demonstrate how to hold a stone to treat myofascial tissue and trigger points.
  • Identify and treat common trigger points.

Meet the instructor

Dale Montelione Grust, LMT  

Dale Montelione Grust is a NY Licensed Massage Therapist with more than 30 years’ experience in the healing arts. She is the founder and director of the Center for Therapeutic Massage in New Paltz, NY and founder of CoreStones, LLC.

Over the years her pursuit of education has led to diversified expertise in many modalities. Some of her studies include - Orthopedic Massage, advanced myofascial training, and CranioSacral Therapy.

In her practice Dale specializes in medical massage and pain relief. She strives to find the imbalance in the body that is the cause of pain.

She has taken the knowledge she has gained through her years of study and used that to create a modality using stones – hot or cold – to achieve therapeutic results.

Dale teaches stone massage with an emphasis on the therapeutic value of using the stones as a tool for myofascial and trigger point release without compromising your wrists and hands. The focus of her work is to help therapists deliver deep release for their clients while minimizing the effort exerted to achieve this therapeutic result.

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8
9:30 AM09:30

A Therapeutic Approach to Stone Massage

COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this workshop, students will be able to:

  • Describe the benefits of using CoreStones hot, cold and room temperature.
  • List contraindications for CoreStone Massage.
  • Use CoreStones to treat common trigger points.
  • Demonstrate how to hold a CoreStone to treat myofascial tissue and trigger points.
  • Perform a therapeutic massage using CoreStones.
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AMTA National Convention
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to Aug 22

AMTA National Convention

This is the premier industry event for inspiration, renewal, and the highest quality education. Take time to visit Pittsburgh, named one of Conde Nast's top places to visit in 2015! There's great food, outdoor adventure, and history at every corner.

PLUS - you can buy your CoreStones at a reduced price AND experience a sample of CoreStone Massage!

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