This workshop is 8 CEs. Please note that there is a 25% non-refundable deposit fee included in the workshop fee.
Learn specific techniques for isolating and treating the bones, soft tissue structures, and muscles of the cranium and face, wrist and hand, ankle and foot. Delve deeply into the anatomy and physiology of these critical areas. The Peripheral Protocol is ideal for people with chronic headaches, TMJD, those who spend time at a keyboard or stand for long periods: offer as a single 50-60 minute table treatment, extend a traditional massage session to 80-90 minutes by adding any single segment, incorporate the hand segment into a chair massage or the foot segment into a reflexology treatment.
Students should bring:
- Massage table and bolster
- 1 flat sheet
- Small towel for neck roll
- 2 bed pillows
- Lubricant (oil is preferred)
- Note taking supplies
Julie Goodwin, LMT, is a graduate of Kent State University and Desert Institute of the Healing Arts. Her career as a massage therapist has included thirty years as a practitioner and twenty years as a bodywork instructor. She is the author of Touch & Movement: Palpation and Kinesiology for Massage Therapists, an NCBTMB-Approved Provider, and creator of TxPlanner: Mobile Pathology for Bodyworkers, and was named 2016 AFMTE Educator of the Year.
Workshop is 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM on Sunday, with a 90 minute scheduled lunch break. There are nearby restaurants for lunch on your own. See more information, including a suggested list of nearby hotels on our website azamta.org