UPCOMING CPD COURSES
The courses advertised below are not directly provided by The SMA unless the title starts with SMA, but by third parties or SMA members

CPD Courses

    • 27 Jul 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • The London School of Osteopathy 12 Grange Road London SE1 3BE


    WORKSHOP WITH PAULA CLAYTON

    Paula’s workshops are highly practical and clinically relevant courses that provide participants with a clear understanding of the major principles, and equips them with a number of techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice.

    This one-day course covers the latest research surrounding Low back pain. A very practical course which will take you through thorough ‘evidence based’ assessments, manual therapy inputs and rehabilitation, all of which will increase your clinical reasoning and impact on your patient outcomes

    Aims

    • Defining what low back pain is
    • Recognize signs and symptoms that characterize patients with low back pain
    • Understanding the pathophysiology and psychology of low back pain
    • How to assess patients with low back pain
    • Understand the practical application soft tissue techniques and manual therapy technique which impact on pain, dysfunction and performance
    • Understanding when to implement an intervention and when not to – building on clinical reasoning
    • Understand how the body functions as a whole rather than a sum of its parts and how to affect change with this in mind
    • Rehabilitation of low back pain
    • Reduce the risk of recurrence

    The course aims to present the scientific evidence and the clinical implications of low back pain. Following thorough assessment to determine which outcome measures you may want to use, manual therapy techniques will be taught, practiced and implemented in order to affect change and improve those outcomes. Targeted rehabilitation and self-treatment techniques will be taught in order to increase a patient’s self-efficacy and to reduce the likelihood of recurrence. There will be opportunities throughout to achieve your own personal learning outcomes.


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    • 02 Aug 2019
    • 04 Aug 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • The Annexe, The Old Fire Station, Townhall Approach Road, London, N15 4RX


    Practical Workshop & Online Course with sma member susan findlay

    Here are some highlights about what you will take away from attending the cancer massage course:

    This course leads to a fully accredited qualification as a Certified Oncology Massage Therapist.  It focuses on developing your understanding of common conditions of cancer and how this will influence your work. It will include how to modify your massage techniques along with learning some new ones specific to a variety of cancer conditions. Included in this field of work is home care advice that will have a positive impact and support your manual therapy.

    You will be given the opportunity to put into practice what you have learnt on the cancer massage course within real life conditions, providing a massage session that takes your clients through the assessment, planning and application process along with suitable home care suggestions.

    Here's how it works:

    • The Online-Only Oncology Massage course teaches you all the technical information and needs to be completed if you plan to go onto the following course days, but it is offered as a stand-alone course.
    • Day 1 Practical Oncology Massage -
      This will teach you how to modify your manual therapy based on real life case studies for common cancer conditions.
    • Day 2 Practical Oncology Massage -
      The day starts off with developing further your manual techniques which considers more advanced work. You will have an opportunity to experience an introduction to scar work. Ideally an afternoon clinic will be offered but this is dependent on numbers of volunteers; either way further exploration of case studies will be incorporated into your learning.
    • Day 3 Practical Oncology Massage -
      This focuses on advancing your soft tissue skills, providing home care suggestions specific to your cancer clients and covering rehabilitation principles. Included in the day is a your final clinical cancer massage workshop which will integrate all that you have learnt with end of day case study discussions.
    • Assessment for Certification is included in the Day 3 afternoon clinic

    How to apply

    There are different options for booking and a choice of how many of the days you would like to complete, i.e. you can choose to just complete the online course and / or add on one of the practical days.

    Full details of the course and booking instructions can be found by clicking here

    • 06 Sep 2019
    • 08 Sep 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • Walsall College - The Hub, Littleton Street West, Walsall, WS2 8ES


    Practical Workshop & Online Course with sma member susan findlay

    Here are some highlights about what you will take away from attending the cancer massage course:

    This course leads to a fully accredited qualification as a Certified Oncology Massage Therapist.  It focuses on developing your understanding of common conditions of cancer and how this will influence your work. It will include how to modify your massage techniques along with learning some new ones specific to a variety of cancer conditions. Included in this field of work is home care advice that will have a positive impact and support your manual therapy.

    You will be given the opportunity to put into practice what you have learnt on the cancer massage course within real life conditions, providing a massage session that takes your clients through the assessment, planning and application process along with suitable home care suggestions.

    Here's how it works:

    • The Online-Only Oncology Massage course teaches you all the technical information and needs to be completed if you plan to go onto the following course days, but it is offered as a stand-alone course.
    • Day 1 Practical Oncology Massage -
      This will teach you how to modify your manual therapy based on real life case studies for common cancer conditions.
    • Day 2 Practical Oncology Massage -
      The day starts off with developing further your manual techniques which considers more advanced work. You will have an opportunity to experience an introduction to scar work. Ideally an afternoon clinic will be offered but this is dependent on numbers of volunteers; either way further exploration of case studies will be incorporated into your learning.
    • Day 3 Practical Oncology Massage -
      This focuses on advancing your soft tissue skills, providing home care suggestions specific to your cancer clients and covering rehabilitation principles. Included in the day is a your final clinical cancer massage workshop which will integrate all that you have learnt with end of day case study discussions.
    • Assessment for Certification is included in the Day 3 afternoon clinic

    How to apply

    There are different options for booking and a choice of how many of the days you would like to complete, i.e. you can choose to just complete the online course and / or add on one of the practical days.

    Full details of the course and booking instructions can be found by clicking here

    • 13 Sep 2019
    • 15 Sep 2019
    • 3 sessions
    • Our Lady’s Hospice & Care Services, Harold's Cross, Dublin


    Practical Workshop & Online Course with sma member susan findlay

    Here are some highlights about what you will take away from attending the cancer massage course:

    This course leads to a fully accredited qualification as a Certified Oncology Massage Therapist.  It focuses on developing your understanding of common conditions of cancer and how this will influence your work. It will include how to modify your massage techniques along with learning some new ones specific to a variety of cancer conditions. Included in this field of work is home care advice that will have a positive impact and support your manual therapy.

    You will be given the opportunity to put into practice what you have learnt on the cancer massage course within real life conditions, providing a massage session that takes your clients through the assessment, planning and application process along with suitable home care suggestions.

    Here's how it works:

    • The Online-Only Oncology Massage course teaches you all the technical information and needs to be completed if you plan to go onto the following course days, but it is offered as a stand-alone course.
    • Day 1 Practical Oncology Massage -
      This will teach you how to modify your manual therapy based on real life case studies for common cancer conditions.
    • Day 2 Practical Oncology Massage -
      The day starts off with developing further your manual techniques which considers more advanced work. You will have an opportunity to experience an introduction to scar work. Ideally an afternoon clinic will be offered but this is dependent on numbers of volunteers; either way further exploration of case studies will be incorporated into your learning.
    • Day 3 Practical Oncology Massage -
      This focuses on advancing your soft tissue skills, providing home care suggestions specific to your cancer clients and covering rehabilitation principles. Included in the day is a your final clinical cancer massage workshop which will integrate all that you have learnt with end of day case study discussions.
    • Assessment for Certification is included in the Day 3 afternoon clinic

    How to apply

    There are different options for booking and a choice of how many of the days you would like to complete, i.e. you can choose to just complete the online course and / or add on one of the practical days.

    Full details of the course and booking instructions can be found by clicking here

    • 21 Sep 2019
    • 12:00 - 17:00
    • The London School of Osteopathy, 12 Grange Road, London SE1 3BE


    WORKSHOP WITH PAULA CLAYTON

    This course is aimed at those practitioners who have already attended the full one day workshop on SIJ and have had the time to go away and implement the knowledge learned. It is hoped that the clinical reasoning is growing and that this half day is utilised to revisit the techniques learned, ask relevant questions and to go through some detailed case studies.

    Book using this link here

    As an SMA member and to thank you for all of your support last year, I would like to offer you an additional £10 off any ticket you book.

    All you have to do is book your ticket, then email me with your membership number and I will refund you the additional £10!!

    I am committed to offering high quality CPD at affordable prices and want to make the courses as accessible as I can, so what are you waiting for??

    Many many thanks

    Paula


    • 22 Sep 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • The London School of Osteopathy, 12 Grange Road, London SE1 3BE


    WORKSHOP WITH PAULA CLAYTON

    Paula’s workshops are highly practical and clinically relevant courses that provide participants with a clear understanding of the major principles, and equips them with a number of techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice.

    This one-day course covers the latest research surrounding pain/dysfunction of the knee. A very practical course which will take you through thorough ‘evidence based’ assessments, manual therapy inputs and rehabilitation, all of which will increase your clinical reasoning and impact on your patient outcomes

    Aims

    • Defining what pain/dysfunction of the knee is
    • Recognize signs and symptoms that characterize patients with knee pain/dysfunction
    • Understanding the pathophysiology of knee pain/dysfunction
    • How to assess patients with knee pain/dysfunction
    • How to assess the fascial system
    • Understand the practical application soft tissue techniques and manual therapy technique which impact on pain, dysfunction and performance
    • Understanding when to implement an intervention and when not to – building on clinical reasoning
    • Understand how the body functions as a whole rather than a sum of its parts and how to affect change with this in mind
    • Rehabilitation of knee pain/dysfunction
    • Reduce the risk of recurrence

    The course aims to present the scientific evidence and the clinical implications ofknee pain/dysfunction. Following thorough assessment to determine which outcome measures you may want to use, manual therapy techniques will be taught, practiced and implemented in order to affect change and improve those outcomes. Targeted rehabilitation and self-treatment techniques will be taught in order to increase a patient’s self-efficacy and to reduce the likelihood of recurrence. There will be opportunities throughout to achieve your own personal learning outcomes. 

    Book using this link here

    As an SMA member and to thank you for all of your support last year, I would like to offer you an additional £10 off any ticket you book.

    All you have to do is book your ticket, then email me with your membership number and I will refund you the additional £10!!

    I am committed to offering high quality CPD at affordable prices and want to make the courses as accessible as I can, so what are you waiting for??

    Many many thanks

    Paula


    • 29 Sep 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • University of Westminster, 115 New Cavendish Street, London, W1W 6UW


    Practical Workshop & Online Course

    In this one day course SMA Member Susan Findlay  hopes you just might leave with the same passion for Transverse Soft Tissue Release as she does.

    Whats included:

    Practical Workshop

    • Comprehensive handout
    • 1 day practical workshop
    • Advanced massage technique with global application
    • Creative and inspiring ideas your client will love
    • Effective fascial technique
    • Certificate of attendance
    • CPD points 7

    Plus a supporting online course

    • 80+ high quality practical videos
    • Supporting documents
    • 8 Powerpoint lectures
    • Downloadable handouts
    • Worksheets
    • Review quiz
    • Unlimited access
    • New videos being uploaded regularly to inspire your creativity
    • Access to private forum

    The Cost: £185 (inc VAT)

    Full details of the course and booking instructions can be found by clicking here

    • 03 Oct 2019
    • 09:00
    • 04 Oct 2019
    • 17:00
    • NLSSM, The Annexe, The Old Fire Station, Townhall Approach Road, London N15 4RX
    • 19
    Register

    SMA PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP WITH JAMES EARLS

    Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th October 2019

    ACTIVE FASCIAL RELEASE


    Based in London, James is a writer, lecturer and bodyworker.

    IIn recent years he has concentrated on blending movement with manual therapy finding new approaches to understanding how to apply movement and myofascial principles to bodywork.

    In this two-day workshop we will cover the whole of the lower limb and pelvis. You will learn the principles behind working with active movement, how to apply techniques safely and effectively.

    You will learn the functional connections between the hip and feet (probably even with an excursion to the shoulder as well), learn why and how sacroiliac joint stability may connect to foot mobility; how to work with deep quadriceps with no discomfort; the real function of the hamstrings; how to quickly scan the body for the areas of greatest interest and how to help retrain a client’s movement post-treatment for optimal effect.

    We will balance flexors and extensors, internal and external rotators, and the ab/adductors of the hip to ensure fluid and efficient movement for our clients.

    Location:

    The North London School of Sports Massage (NLSSM)

    The Old Fire Station

    Town Hall Approach Road

    Tottenham

    LONDON N15 4RX


    Course fees:

    SMA Members:     £240.00

    Non-Members:      £280.00

    • 05 Oct 2019
    • 09:00 - 18:00
    • The Academy, Holiday Inn London Regents Park, Carburton Street, LONDON W1W 5EE
    Register

    SMA CONFERENCE 2019

    HOLIDAY INN REGENTS PARK

    CENTRAL LONDON


    KEYNOTE SPEAKER

    MARTIN COLCLOUGH BSc (Hons) MSc OBE
    HEAD OF SPORT RECOVERY AT HELP FOR HEROES

    biography

    "Post Traumatic Growth: The Role of Sport in the Recovery of UK Military Veterans"

    Since WWII sport has played a fundamental roll in the rehabilitation and recovery of wounded military personnel, the antecedents of which can be traced back to the work of German Neurologist Sir Ludwig Guttmann who established a National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville.

    While sport remained part of military recreational therapy programmes it wasn’t until 2008 that that military sports recovery programmes took another leap forwards. In his talk, Martin will provide some insights into the development of modern day programmes, their impact on the recovery and how a positive risk taking based approach can amplify, accelerate and maintain positive physical and mental health. Throughout the presentation, Martin will reference the evidence base that underpins his team’s innovative approach to sport as a catalyst for a successful recovery and will challenge the commonly held views that all veterans are either sad, bad or mad”.


    CONFERENCE PRESENTATION
    James Earls

    biography

    "What’s the use of Soft Tissue?"

    The late Leon Chaitow often summarised the causes of soft tissue dysfunction as due to ‘overuse, misuse, disuse and abuse’ and we have developed many wonderful effective techniques to ease the damaging outcomes. However, do we truly understand the use of soft tissue?

    How should the soft tissue respond during movement? Can therapists start to implement strategies that not only ease symptoms but also lead to better movement patterns that help prevent further dysfunction?

    Over the last few decades we have had the therapeutic fads of ‘core’, ‘fascia’, ‘tensegrity’ and are now entering a new phase of ‘function’. Before we jump into it, can we pause and look at what we have learned already? Is there a way that blends all of what we have learned in the last 30 years to enable us to see movement with a better understanding of what function actually is?

    In this wide-ranging presentation, James Earls will draw from his 30 years of experience as a soft tissue therapist and humbly admit to the ‘anatomy stories’ he has fallen victim to. Thankfully, the years eventually led to a wider understanding (yes, he is a slow learner) of the interrelationships between form and function, skeletal and soft tissues, tensegrity and reality and he will bring these many strands together to show how, finally, they can all be applied to understand the use of soft tissues in movement. 


    CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

    Dr CHRISTOPHER NORRIS PHD MSc MCSP

    BIOGRAPHY

    "Integrated manual therapy for the hip and knee"

    Chris will teach a variety of clinically effective manual therapy techniques for knee and hip pain.  Drawing on over 35 years’ experience, Chris uses an integrated approach which distils the most effective techniques from the major traditional joint and soft tissue based manual therapy approaches within Physiotherapy. These include Maitland, McKenzie, Cyriax, Kaltenborn, Janda and Lewit.

    In this workshop techniques will be demonstrated, and you will then get a chance to practice.  Stance, hand position, direction, and force will all be explained.

    Dr Jamie Barker

    BIOGRAPHY

    "Wings to Thrive"

    Developing Resilience and Wellbeing in International Disability Footballers.

    Athlete well-being and resilience are important considerations in elite disability sport.  This workshop encourages delegates to explore some of the main threats and challenges to well-being and resilience in elite disability athletes whilst also considering series of practical techniques.  Delegates will learn in this workshop through group discussion tasks and experiential practice of resilience and well-being techniques.  The objectives will be:

    • To define psychological resilience and well-being.
    • To outline key psychological threats and challenges to disabled athlete well-being and resilience.
    • To explore the use of practical techniques which can be used to enhance athlete well-being and resilience.

    Click here for the programme for the day.

    • 19 Oct 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • The London School of Osteopathy, 12 Grange Road, London SE1 3BE


    WORKSHOP WITH PAULA CLAYTON

    Paula’s workshops are highly practical and clinically relevant courses that provide participants with a clear understanding of the major principles, and equips them with a number of techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice.

    This one-day course covers the theory and practice of joint and spinal mobilisation. A very practical course which will increase your clinical reasoning and impact on your patient outcomes

    Aims

    • Defining what joint mobilisation is
    • Recognize when joint mobilisation is desireable
    • Understanding the theory behind joint mobilisation
    • How to assess the spine and other joints for stiffness and loss of range of movement
    • Understand the practical application of joint mobilisations to impact pain, stiffness, dysfunction and performance
    • Understanding when to implement an intervention and when not to – building on clinical reasoning
    • Understand how the body functions as a whole rather than a sum of its parts and how to affect change with this in mind

    Program

    The course aims to present the scientific evidence and the clinical implications of joint mobilisation. Following thorough assessment to determine which outcome measures you may want to use, manual therapy techniques will be taught, practiced and implemented in order to affect change and improve those outcomes. Targeted rehabilitation and self-treatment techniques will be taught in order to increase a patient’s self-efficacy and to reduce the likelihood of recurrence. There will be opportunities throughout to achieve your own personal learning outcomes.

    Book using this link here

    As an SMA member and to thank you for all of your support last year, I would like to offer you an additional £10 off any ticket you book.

    All you have to do is book your ticket, then email me with your membership number and I will refund you the additional £10!!

    I am committed to offering high quality CPD at affordable prices and want to make the courses as accessible as I can, so what are you waiting for??

    Many many thanks

    Paula


    • 08 Nov 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • Rivercourt Methodist Church, King Street, Hammersmith, London W6 9JT

    PSOAS: Storer of All Stress

    • Friday, November 8, 2019
    • 10:00 AM  5:00 PM
    • Rivercourt Methodist Church (LONDON)

    Conducted by Noah Karrasch, CORE Developer

    PSOAS: Storer of All Stress — Noah's flagship course; if you can only get one course with Noah, this is a great place to start!!

    Pre-req: None
    CREDITS: 6 CPDs; CLASS FEE: £100

    NOTE: Register for two of any 6-CPD course for £175, saving £25!

    CLICK HERE TO BOOK AT HIS WEBSITE

    • 09 Nov 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • Rivercourt Methodist Church, King Street, Hammersmith, London W6 9JT

    BELOW THE KNEES


    • Saturday, November 9, 2019
    • 10:00 AM  5:00 PM
    • Rivercourt Methodist Church (LONDON)

    Conducted by Noah Karrasch, CORE Developer

    Below the Knees — Many problems further up the line can be changed and helped by staying below the knees!

    Pre-req: None
    CREDITS: 6 CPDs; CLASS FEE: £100

    NOTE: Register for two of any 6-CPD course for £175, saving £25!

    CLICK HERE TO BOOK AT HIS WEBSITE

    • 15 Nov 2019
    • London School of Osteopathy

    Inflammation is involved in nearly all musculoskeletal issues (including joint pain, muscle soreness, many neuropathies, chronic pain, and more). But working with inflammation can be a real puzzle: sometimes hands-on work can clearly help; other times, massage or bodywork can worsen inflammatory reactions. What makes the difference? And, how does inflammation cause pain? Can our emerging understanding of pain and the brain inform our work with inflammation as well? Join popular presenter Til Luchau as he helps clarify inflammation’s complexity and offers practical suggestions for your work. Based on input from active researcher, recent studies, and expert clinicians, topics will include: 
    - Understanding inflammation’s progression and resolution 
    - Types of inflammation 
    - Pain, the brain, and inflammation 
    - A toolbox overview of specific techniques, goals, and strategies for working with different types of inflammation.

    • 16 Nov 2019
    • 17 Nov 2019
    • London School of Osteopathy

    One of the newest Advanced Myofascial Techniques workshop presents a simple “grand unified theory” of intra-segmental pelvic dynamics that will help you address back and pelvic pain, gait issues, scoliosis, SI joint function, and much more. Learn assessment and treatment skills that will increase your effectiveness with these common issues and many more. 
    Preparation: completion of our "Pelvis, Hip, & Sacrum" or "Spine, Ribs, & Low Back" course (via seminar or DVD) is highly recommended (though not required) preparation for this course. Order the DVDs at a discount directly from Advanced-Trainings.com.

    • 22 Nov 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • Rivercourt Methodist Church, King Street, Hammersmith, London W6 9JT

    OPEN THE HEART


    • Friday, November 22, 2019
    • 10:00 AM 5:00 PM
    • Rivercourt Methodist Church (LONDON)

    Conducted by Noah Karrasch, CORE Developer

    Emotional Anatomy (am), Heart Hinge (pm)

    This is a timely class! So much of the world these days invites us to close off our hearts, physically and emotionally. In the morning we'll discuss this psychological aspect to walling off the heart; in the afternoon we'll work to release holding around the physical heart. 

    Pre-req: None
    CREDITS: 6 CPDs; CLASS FEE: £100

    NOTE: Register for two of any 6-CPD course for £175, saving £25!

    CLICK HERE TO BOOK AT HIS WEBSITE

    • 23 Nov 2019
    • 09:30 - 17:30
    • Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Rd, Chelsea, London SW10 9NH


    T3 Education is owned and run by SMA members Pentony O'Hagan and Danielle White.

    This One Day CPD You Will Learn The Science Behind IASTM, How To Apply Instrument Assisted Massage Techniques Into Your Practice And Add Movement Into Your Treatment.

    COST: £187 (instalment payment options also available)

    CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR PLACE


    • 23 Nov 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • Elite Physio and Therapy, 21/23 Hall Road, Bowdon, WA14 3AY


    Paula’s workshops are highly practical and clinically relevant courses that provide participants with a clear understanding of the major principles and equips them with a number of techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice.

    This one-day course covers the latest research surrounding the dysfunction of the SIJ & Piriformis Syndrome. A very practical course which will take you through thorough ‘evidence-based’ assessments, manual therapy inputs and rehabilitation, all of which will increase your clinical reasoning and impact on your patient outcomes

    Aims

    • Defining what SIJ dysfunction is
    • Recognize signs and symptoms that characterize patients SIJ dysfunction, FAI, Acetabular tears, and piriformis syndrome
    • Understanding the pathophysiology of SIJ pain/dysfunction
    • How to assess patients with SIJ pain/dysfunction
    • How to assess the fascial system
    • Understand the practical application soft tissue techniques and manual therapy technique which impact on pain, dysfunction, and performance
    • Understanding when to implement an intervention and when not to – building on clinical reasoning
    • Understand how the body functions as a whole rather than a sum of its parts and how to affect change with this in mind
    • Rehabilitation of SIJ and hip problems
    • Reduce the risk of recurrence

    The course aims to present the scientific evidence and the clinical implications of SIJ dysfunction and piriformis syndrome. Following a thorough assessment to determine which outcome measures you may want to use, manual therapy techniques will be taught, practiced and implemented in order to affect change and improve those outcomes. Targeted rehabilitation and self-treatment techniques will be taught in order to increase a patient’s self-efficacy and to reduce the likelihood of recurrence. There will be opportunities to achieve your own personal learning outcomes.

    Cost: £144.50

    Book using this link here.

    As an SMA member and to thank you for all of your support last year, I would like to offer you an additional £10 off any ticket you book. 

    All you have to do is book your ticket, then email me with your membership number and I will refund you the additional £10!!

    I am committed to offering high quality CPD at affordable prices and want to make the courses as accessible as I can, so what are you waiting for??

    Many many thanks

    Paula


    • 23 Nov 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • Rivercourt Methodist Church, King Street, Hammersmith, London W6 9JT

    RELEASING THE JAW AND NECK


    • Saturday, November 23, 2019
    • 10:00 AM 5:00 PM
    • Rivercourt Methodist Church (LONDON) (map)

    Conducted by Noah Karrasch, CORE Developer

    Releasing the Jaw and Neck — Always a popular course! If you've wanted to get better, and braver, at the front of the neck and inside the jaw, this is the day for you!

    Pre-req: None

    CREDITS: 6 CPDs; CLASS FEE: £100

    NOTE: Register for two of any 6-CPD course for £175, saving £25!

    CLICK HERE TO BOOK AT HIS WEBSITE

    • 24 Nov 2019
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • Elite Physio and Therapy, 21/23 Hall Road, Bowdon, WA14 3AY


    WORKSHOP WITH PAULA CLAYTON

    Paula’s workshops are highly practical and clinically relevant courses that provide participants with a clear understanding of the major principles, and equips them with a number of techniques that can be used immediately in clinical practice.

    This one-day course covers the latest research surrounding the dysfunction of the Shoulder. A very practical course which will take you through thorough ‘evidence-based’ assessments, manual therapy inputs, and rehabilitation, all of which will increase your clinical reasoning and impact on your patient outcomes

    In this course you will learn:

    • Clinical reasoning
    • When and how to provide input
    • Soft Tissue and mobilising techniques for the shoulder, which you will be able to use the very next day
    • Rehabilitation exercises
    Cost: £135


    • 29 Feb 2020
    • 09:30
    • 01 Mar 2020
    • 17:30
    • Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Rd, Chelsea, London SW10 9NH


    CORE I Intensive with Pentony o'hagan

    T3 Education is owned and run by SMA members Pentony O'Hagan and Danielle White.

    CORE I Intensive: Technique — CORE I focuses on the basic ideas of the CORE Philosophy of good, safe deep tissue bodywork: assess, learn to access the correct layer of resistance, create movements and breath work for the client, and integrate any and all work done. We also cover intention, the psoas muscle, lines of fascia, appropriate homecare cues and focus on the CORE® one session recipe, which we also observe, practice on each other, and on a client. The pre-requisite for CORE I is that you hold an existing soft tissue qualification e.g. massage, physiotherapy or osteopathy . Any hands on therapist with curiosity would truly benefit from this class!

    COST: £297 (instalment payment options also available)

    ONLY 8 PLACES AVAILABLE SO CLICK HERE NOW TO BOOK YOUR PLACE


    • 29 Mar 2020
    • 10:00 - 17:00
    • Manchester Institute of Health & Performance 229 Alan Turing Way Manchester, M11 3BS


    Practical Workshop & Online Course

    In this one day course SMA Member Susan Findlay  hopes you just might leave with the same passion for Transverse Soft Tissue Release as she does.

    Whats included:

    Practical Workshop

    • Comprehensive handout
    • 1 day practical workshop
    • Advanced massage technique with global application
    • Creative and inspiring ideas your client will love
    • Effective fascial technique
    • Certificate of attendance
    • CPD points 7

    Plus a supporting online course

    • 80+ high quality practical videos
    • Supporting documents
    • 8 Powerpoint lectures
    • Downloadable handouts
    • Worksheets
    • Review quiz
    • Unlimited access
    • New videos being uploaded regularly to inspire your creativity
    • Access to private forum

    The Cost: £185 (inc VAT)

    Full details of the course and booking instructions can be found by clicking here

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