April 2017 Archives - Florida School of Massage
  • Workshop
    April 1-2, 2017

    How to Relieve Chronic Foot Pain

    Karen Ball

    Thousands of adults suffer from chronic foot pain due to bunions, hammertoes, gout, plantar fasciosis, peripheral neuropathy, bone spurs, arthritis, metatarsalgia (including Morton’s neuroma), tarsal tunnel syndrome, injuries, surgery or just plain over use. With coaching and a customized session from a trained practitioner, these people do not have to live with debilitating pain!

  • Workshop
    April 2, 2017

    Getting Specific: The Low-Back and Hip

    Frank Merillat

    Getting Specific is a series of one or two day workshop experiences that focus on specific areas of the body. Anatomical structures, synergistic muscle groups, and effective techniques associated with the particular area of the body will be covered. This class will focus on the low-back and hip.

  • Workshop
    April 5-6, 2017

    Embryology: Spirit & Essence

    Giorgia Milne

    This 2-day workshop covers the basic principles of development of a human embryo from conception to week four. We will explore the conditioned and unconditioned forces that shape our coming into being, and into form and function, focusing on this amazing and transmutative early stage of our development and its significance in healing potential.  

  • Workshop
    April 7-9, 2017

    Biodynamic Cranial Touch Initiatory Course

    Giorgia Milne

    For all health practitioners, psychotherapists, movement therapists, and bodyworkers new to cranial work.  It is required for all craniosacral practitioners or other biodynamic practitioners who wish to learn more about the type of biodynamics we teach before undertaking a committed yearlong study of Biodynamic Cranial Touch in the Mentor Course.

  • Workshop
    April 8-9, 2017

    Bones for Life®, Segment I (Day One and Two)

    Anne Andrews

    Come and learn easy, fun, and effective movement processes designed to improve your posture, help prevent self- injury, get pain relief, and promote bone health. The Bones for Life® Program offers strategies for deprogramming painful patterns of posture and movement facilitating options pain-free moving and standing. 

  • Workshop
    April 29-30, 2017

    Thai Massage: Phase I – Introduction to Thai Massage

    Ariela Grodner

    Over the course of this first workshop, students will learn an hour and a half long form.  Practiced on the floor,  this form enables the therapist the use of elbows, knees, forearms and feet in a comfortable and efficient way that utilizes the body dynamic and ones own weight to distribute the force required for the application of the relevant techniques. Thai Massage is an art whose ultimate objective is a perfected self-awareness through the joy of a mutually beneficial healing dance. 

  • Workshop
    April 30, 2017

    Discover Massage

    Discover Massage and learn basic, effective massage techniques from a seasoned instructor.