Oklahoma City, OK
July 3-5, 2020
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK JULY 3-5, 2020
40 HEAD-TO-TOE TECHNIQUES FOR BETTER MOBILITY, FLEXIBILITY & DURABILITY
Upgrade your Skills & Party on the Riverwalk. Join Erik and the Dalton Gang for another big July 4th celebration. We will again be hosting this fun filled – affordable 24 CE – 70% hands-on seminar at Oklahoma City’s beautiful Cox Convention Center.
With Special Guests: Til Luchau, James Waslaski, Drew Freeman, Art Riggs, Sue Hitzmann, Rick Garbowski, and featured guest presenter Whitney Lowe. Watch for additional guest educators to be posted soon.Whitney will be teaching the Saturday afternoon class. Following his presentation our special guest educators will be available in various stations where they will perform demos of their specializations and answer any questions you have.
40 Head-to-Toe Techniques for Better Mobility, Flexibility & Durabiity
Technique can be viewed as the foundation for all bodywork skills and is as individual as your signature. In this 70% hands-on workshop Erik will explain the importance of developing great table-side skills to better communicate with your client. He will also discuss the fine art of history-taking, physical assessment and clinical reasoning when dealing with clients that are moving poorly or who are in pain.
Learning good technique is not only a study in proper body mechanics, direction of pressure and hands-on skills, it also allows us to better express ourselves in a more colorful and versatile way. The more tools we have to create these effects, the better our technique and the richer our work.
This Myoskeletal Technique workshop will address connective tissue and joint mobility issues in these structures:
- Ankles, knees & feet
- Hip capsules
- Hamstrings, quads & psoas
- Gluteals & hip external rotators
- Sciatic, femoral & obturator nerves
- Multifidus, QL, erector spinae & deep spinal groove muscles
- Diaphragm, scalenes & other muscles of respiration
- Ribs & t-spine
- Sternoclavicular, acromioclavicular & glenohumeral joints
- Neck, head, & jaw (muscles, nerves & joints)
This popular July 4th event features special video animation, anatomy dissection and dozens of head-to-toe techniques that stimulate the visual learner, while relaxed practice sessions with Erik’s highly skilled teaching assistants delight kinesthetically attuned therapists. You will learn the importance of technique development, and how to better explain pain, attract clients & increase revenue.
Special Guest Instructor: Whitney Lowe
Using Assessment to Drive Your Treatment
Effectiveness in treating pain and injury conditions depends on a good understanding of the client’s current condition. Orthopedic assessment is the most efficient and accurate way to understand what is really going on with our clients in so many cases. This presentation focuses on fundamentals of orthopedic assessment and how assessment drives treatment decisions for numerous pain and injury conditions. Particular focus will be on active engagement techniques and how to apply them all over the body.
Professionals and schools use Lowe’s texts, Orthopedic Assessment in Massage Therapy and Orthopedic Massage: Theory and Technique. He currently directs the NCBTMB Clinical Rehabilitative Massage Specialty Certificate Program, which includes the profession’s most comprehensive online training program in science-based rehabilitative massage.
Erik Dalton serves as Executive Director of the Freedom From Pain Institute, a school dedicated to the study and treatment of chronic pain and movement disorders. He shares his wide therapeutic background in massage, Rolfing®, and osteopathy in his entertaining continuing education (CE) workshops, home study courses, books, and videos.
Erik is a lifetime member of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) and Affiliate Faculty Member at Indiana State University’s Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department. In addition to his busy teaching and writing endeavors, Dalton has managed to maintain a four-decade private manual therapy practice in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
The Workshop will be held at:
Renaissance Convention Center Hotel & Spa
10 North Broadway Avenue
Oklahoma City OK 73102
If booking by phone use group code: FFPFFPB
Standard Room Discounted Room Rate: $139.00 (single or double occupancy)
Last Day to Book: Monday, June 15, 2020. After this date, regular room rates will apply.
Alternate Hotel – Sheraton Downtown OKC (across the street from the Cox Convention Center)
Will Rogers World Airport is 15 minutes away from the convention center. If you would like to connect with another attendee to take advantage of double occupancy at the hotel, please contact us. Kim Miller 800.709.5054 or email@example.com
Oklahoma city, OK
Your workshop is just a short walk or trolley ride to the BrickTown Canal for dining , dancing, and attractions such as the OKC Memorial, Museum of Art, Myriad Botanical Gardens, and the Boathouse District.
- Friday, July 3: Registration: 8am-9am, Class – 9am-6pm
- Saturday, July 4th: Class – 9am-5pm
- Sunday, July 5th: Class – 9am-5pm
When registering, please provide the name that you wish to have printed on your certificate. If you are registering for someone else, it is your responsibility to provide us with his or her name by emailing us or calling the office at 1-800-709-5054 or 1-405-728-4844. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellations for deposits and registrations called into our office before April 29, 2020 will be refunded minus a $100 cancellation fee. Cancellations called into our office between April 28, 2020 and May 26, 2020 will be refunded minus a $250 cancellation fee. After May 26, 2020, there will be NO REFUNDS. Cancellations by email are not accepted. All cancellations must be called in at our office: 1-405-728-4844 or 1-800-709-5054.