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Neck Pain, Tension Headache, And Eyestrain

July 9, 2017

Neck Pain, Tension Headache, And Eyestrain

Ann Harman

Workshop Price: $90 / $85 30 days in advance

Instructor: Ann Harman

Date: July 9, 2017
Time: Sunday, 10 AM – 5 PM
Workshop Price: $90 / $85 30 days in advance
Location: Florida School of Massage
CE Hours: 6 Hours Florida and NCBTMB (Qualifies for Hands-on hours)

For more information, Contact Ann Harman at or 352-466-4940
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Payment is by check or credit card though Paypal.  

If paying by check, please send payment to Ann Harman, 15430 SW 75th Street, Archer, FL 32618.  Please include massage license number and phone number.

If paying by credit card, please send an email to, with phone number and massage license number.


Are you suffering from neck pain and tension headache?  Or do you have clients who are?

Using the gentle movement explorations of the Feldenkrais Method®, we will explore the connections between posture, chronic neck pain, tension headache, and eyestrain.  We will focus on the body as a whole, investigating the complex connections between structure, function, balance, and muscular strain.

Goals include:

  • Improved posture
  • Decreased chronic tension around neck, shoulders, and eyes.
  • As chronic eyestrain affects visual acuity, some may find that vision is improved when this tension is relieved.
  • Better understanding of the complexity of this system, leading to comprehension of the necessity of a broad treatment plan for permanent results.
  • Understanding of the importance of the triad of balance, and how to work with it.


No massage technique is practiced: focus in on self-care, anatomy, and kinesiology. This qualifies for 6 “hands-on” CE units for Florida and NCBTMB, as part of the “Explorations in the Feldenkrais Method” series. There is no prerequisite.

Exercises will be done on a carpeted floor; students may wish to bring a mat or towel.  Students should be able to lie on the floor and come to standing.  There will be an hour for lunch.