Hands-on CE! Rotational Forces: Their Impact & Massage Therapy
The AMTA 2017 National Convention is your destination for hands-on massage therapy continuing education. Join Lee Stang for a full day of hands-on instruction in the CE session “Rotational Forces: Their Impact & Massage Therapy”.
Rotational Forces: Their Impact & Massage Therapy (Hands-on)
Friday, September 15, 8am-5pm | 8 CE Credits
Lee Stang has been a massage therapy educator since 1996. She has extensive experience teaching anatomy/physiology, clinical massage techniques and sports massage at the CT Center for Massage Therapy and Bridges To Health Seminars. Lee travel internationally as a massage therapist with the Women’s Tennis Association.
Limitations in rotation can create compensatory motions that can lead to pain, dysfunctional technique and injury. Learn about the anatomy of rotation from the pelvis through the thoracic spine, issues that might inhibit rotation and techniques to help unlock this pivotal area.
Materials Required: Massage table, lotion, linens
This CE session is full, but take a look at other great sessions at the AMTA 2017 National Convention!
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On-site Registration & Badge Pickup at the Pasadena Convention Center
Online registration is now closed, but you can still register at the AMTA Registration Desk at the Pasadena Convention Center! Attendee badges must be displayed at all times.
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