Training Opportunities

Training Opportunities for Massage Therapists and other allied health professionals are available in many locations across the United States and abroad. The Pressure Positive Company would like to submit for your consideration several training courses through a link to the National Association of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapists (NAMTPT). Please contact these recommended programs to see if the style and curriculum is in alignment with what you want to study.

Professional Journals

The Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy
is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the publication of original research, case reports, and reviews of the literature that contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of manual therapy, clinical research, therapeutic practice, and academic training. In addition, each issue features an editorial written by the editor or a guest editor, media reviews, thesis reviews, and abstracts of current literature.

Professional Associations

National Association of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapists
is an organization dedicated to Establishing & Promoting Standards of Myofascial Trigger Point Therapists, Advancing Continuing Education for Those Interested in Myofascial Pain & Dysfunction and Providing Resources & Supportive Services

The "International MYOPAIN Society" [IMS]
is a nonprofit, international, interdisciplinary medical organization for research scientists, physicians, other health care professionals, individuals in training toward a health-related career, institutions, foundations, and commercial companies interested in exchanging ideas, conducting research, or learning more about soft pain syndromes like myofascial pain syndrome and fibromyalgia syndrome.

ZOGA Daily Stretching Program

The ZOGA Method is a simple, safe and effective daily stretching routine developed by Dr. Suzanne Osborne, President of Pure-Life, Inc. Dr Suzy is a retired Chiropractor and an early pioneer in the holistic health and fitness movement.

When performed on a daily basis, this powerful, flowing series of exercises will increase joint flexibility and muscle strength, as well as tone muscles, relieve joint pain, improve posture and reduce stress. ZOGA is easy to learn on your own and takes only 10-12 minutes a day.

Click here to print of download The ZOGA Daily Stretching Program.

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