Swedish Institute Medical Massage Certification: The Strenta Method
Class title: Swedish Institute Medical Massage Certification: The Strenta Method
When: 8 Wednesday Afternoons, beginning January 16th — 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/20, 2/27, 3/6
Where: Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences 151 W. 26th Street New York, NY 10001
CEU’s: 30 NY State, 30 NCBTMB, 30 FL State
This is not an AMTA-NY Class
Class Description: During this eight-section course we will explore various terrains of the body and learn treatment protocols for commonly occurring pathologies. There will be a discussion of each pathology along with a demonstration and practice of advanced soft-tissue techniques. Using myofascial work along with muscle-specific articulate techniques, we will comprehensively address a specific area of the body for each class. First, in a local and specific way, and then, more broadly so that the area of pathology can be reconnected back to the surrounding terrain, and its function reintegrated back into three-dimensional holographic movement.
The goal of this course is to learn result-oriented treatment protocols designed to help clients restructure their holding patterns and to generate pain relief, fluidity and ease of movement.
Week 1: The Lower Back: low back pain, disc issues, lordosis
Week 2: The Hip: sciatica/piriformis syndrome, psoas issues
Week 3: The Lower Extremity: chondromalacia patella, sprained ankle
Week 4: The Upper Back: kyphosis, upper back pain, disc issues, whiplash
Week 5: The Shoulder/Pectoral Girdle: nerve entrapment, tendonitis, frozen shoulder
Week 6: The Neck: whiplash, thoracic outlet syndrome, disc issues
Week 7: Head and Face: migraine, TMJ syndrome
Week 8: Review and Final Exam: For certification. Passing is required for CEUs also.
Instructor: Janine Strenta, MA, MS, LAc, LMT
Contact info for questions: Phone: 212-924-5900 ext. 265; Email: email@example.com
Link to register: https://ce.swedishinstitute.edu/product/swedish-institute-medical-massage-certification-the-strenta-method-winter19/