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Attention all Pennsylvania Massage Therapists! Looking for those last 16 hands on Continuing Education credits before renewing your license in January 2013? Have you always wanted to learn more about trigger point therapy techniques but couldn't find something close and affordable?
The Academy of Massage Therapy and Bodywork ((610) 705-4401, 41 E High St, , Pottstown, 19464) in Pottstown, PA is pleased to be offering Introduction to Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy by Board Certified Trigger Point Therapist, Jeffrey A. Lutz, CMTPT on December 15th and 16th, 2012. Don't miss this excellent opportunity to learn the basics of the Travell and Simons Trigger Point Therapy protocol from an expert in the field.
Jeff is a Board Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist and has been in active practice since 2001. He attended The Pittsburgh School of Pain Management, which is an accredited program for Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy and he board certified in 2002. Jeff maintains thriving clinical practices in both Greensburg and Pleasant Hills, PA.
Cost of the seminar is $300 for 16 NCBTMB approved CE's. Classes are Saturday and Sunday, December 15th and 16th from 9:00 am to 5:30PM.
Dress in loose fitting attire and be prepared for hands on technique training including self care floor exercise and movement.
Catered lunch (vegetarian options available) provided Saturday and Sunday by The Pressure Positive Company, manufacturing Original Self Care Solutions including the Backnobber II Massage Tool since 1979.
Don't miss this chance to learn trigger point techniques from a leader in the field! Call AMTB now to register, limited space available: (610) 705-4401.
Learn more about this seminar: Intro to Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy
The Pressure Positive Company and the Academy of Massage Therapy and Bodyworks are partnering to bring hands on massage and self care to Joni and Friends International Disability Center Family Retreat in Spruce Lake, PA.
Gilbertsville, PA July 29, 2011 – For several years, veteran and student massage therapists from the Academy of Massage Therapy and Bodywork (AMTB) in Pottstown, PA have participated in one of several annual family retreats at the Joni and Friends International Disability Center Spruce Lake facility, organized by the Joni and Friends/Eastern Pennsylvania and Greater Philadelphia team.
The participating massage therapist volunteers provide 15 minute on site massage therapy sessions to family members in a relaxing and loving setting. For many family members and special needs children and adults this is the first opportunity they have had to experience the nurturing touch of massage. For others it is another relaxing interlude in an otherwise down home country atmosphere in the beautiful hills of the Pocono mountains.
The Academy of Massage Therapy and Bodywork is a regular participant at this annual event and students receive credit for community service for attending. The Academy of Massage Therapy and Bodyworks is a PA State approved privately licensed school born from the ideals of Angela Pio Wagner and James Funk in their desire to educate and train dedicated individuals to provide the healing power of touch. They are committed to the advancement of students in the massage therapy and bodyworks fields and their ability to promote the health and well-being of humanity while providing educated awareness to the science and art of massage.
For many therapists who attend, it is the first time that they have had the opportunity to work with special needs individuals. Says Renee Gladieux Principe, a AMTB graduate and Director of Sales for The Pressure Positive Company, "I have had the chance to attend this event in the past and have been deeply touched by the love and kindness surrounding this wonderful organization. Everyone who laid down on our tables was appreciative and learned simple massage techniques to take home with them and practice on each other".
The Pressure Positive Company will be providing retreat participants with free samples of their Original Jacknobber II self care massage tools. Since 1982, The Pressure Positive Company has been designing and manufacturing unique massage therapy tools for the self-care of muscle pain.
At both the U.S. and International Family Retreats of Joni and Friends, persons with disabilities and their families receive encouragement and care in the comfort of a safe and accessible family camp environment. They enjoy fully-accessible and age-appropriate fun activities, nourishment from hearty home-style meals, and fellowship through meaningful conversations from a network of families who understand the challenges of life with disability.
Renee Gladieux Principe, LMT, NCTMB
The Pressure Positive Company
Gilbertsville, PA 19525