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Kingston, ON
Canada

Rescheduled until Spring 2021

Kingston, ON. CANADA, rescheduled until Spring 2021

Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques for Upper and Lower Body

Discover new approaches to treating neck cricks, thoracic outlet, sciatica, low back pain, and sport injuries, based on the foundational work of Erik Dalton’s Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT).

In this 2 day 16 CE workshop, you will learn:
Learn to assess & correct:

Our goal is to enhance your skills, improve your results, and build your practice to a level of excellence that goes beyond the standard expectation of what can be achieved through traditional bodywork training. Be prepared for outstanding results, even with long standing chronic conditions!

YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Thomasina Larkin’s background as a yoga and fitness instructor, personal trainer, and journalist gives her the ability to explain difficult things in a simple way. This Master Myoskeletal Therapist (MMT) has a keen eye for body mechanics and nurtures longevity in therapists’ careers. Her goal is to conduct fun and lively workshops where therapists become more confident in helping clients heal from complicated pain conditions.

The workshop will be held at:

The Ambassador Hotel & Convention Centre
1550 Princess St
Kingston, ON, K7M 9E3
Canada

Phone: 800-267-7880 or 613-548-3605

OTHER

  • Please bring a massage table and sheets.
  • Classes run from 8am to 5pm each day. 

SURROUNDINGS

Kingston, ON

History and innovation thrive in this dynamic city located along the beautiful shores of Lake Ontario, an easy drive from Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, in the heart of eastern Ontario. A healthy and bustling downtown core offering a variety of independent shops and superb restaurants. Beautiful parks, trails and strolls steeped in history free for everyone’s active enjoyment.

SEMINAR CANCELLATION POLICY

In the event you need to cancel, we will give you a transfer credit for the amount paid. This credit can be applied to any future Myoskeletal workshop with the same educator for up to one year following the original workshop date.