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Certification Program – SFH Kinetic Massage
|Tue – Thu||Nov 5–7, 2019||9am – 5pm|
Combining joint movement with precise pressure allocation maximizes muscle therapy with this 3-dimensional execution.
Become Certified as an SFH Kinetic Massage Therapist
SFH Kinetic Massage
Kinetic Massage provides you with effective techniques using both joint movements and massage strokes. Clinical and Sport Massage Therapists can no longer separate muscle tissue manipulation without including its articulations. Focus on your client’s joint mobility, and this will directly affect the tone of the supporting muscles. Contrarily, restore the muscles to its normal tone and the joints will align and decompress. Working on both the muscles and the joint achieve results that your clients are wanting.
The typical range of movement has become restricted in all plane. The human body was born to move and craves a full range of motion. Access to muscles, joints and muscle junction is best achieved with a dynamic approach. Kinetic Massage Certification will teach you skills to get your clients to move the way their bodies were intended to, all while preserving your body mechanics. By understanding anatomy and correct positioning, your clients will return with the confidence that they are secure and achieving results.
Optimally treat stubborn conditions with Kinetic Massage techniques and approach. Your clients will feel the difference.
The benefits of SFH Kinetic Massage
- Get proven lasting results by incorporating joint mobility and soft tissue manipulations.
- Lengthen your career with improved body mechanics.
- Dramatically change your client’s response to treatment.
- Return your clients’ joint functional mobility to normal
Specifics of each SFH Kinetic Massage course within this Certification Program
Kinetic Massage of the Neck: A more dynamic approach for treating the neck, you will finally get the results your clients are looking for. Kinetic Massage of the neck course is an active massage technique using both joint movements and advanced massage strokes to enhance the therapeutic experience. This dynamic massage course includes anatomy of the neck, specific manipulation of both upper and lower c-spine, demonstration of techniques in both supine and side-lying positions. Specific muscles will be targeted for particular therapy during this Kinetic massage approach. This technique is perfect for treating conditions of the neck including, muscle dysfunction, neurovascular compression, and joint restrictions.
Kinetic Massage of the Shoulder: Learn to work with the complexity of the shoulder region with this effective Kinetic Massage approach. Understand the connection with each muscle and its effect on the shoulder joint, the shoulder girdle, the T or C spine. Learn to free the scapula from the thoracic cage muscles. Bring the freedom of movement at the shoulder and the neck with thorough work on specific muscles. Achieve and maintain chest and thoracic cage opening. Specialize in the high demand body region, the shoulder.
Kinetic Massage of the Hip: Too often people endure constant pain and need relief. Research states that the hip joint is the fastest aging joint in the body. Chronic seating is epidemic and is next to smoking as for its negative impact on one’s body. Kinetic Massage Technique is the answer to provide relief and decrease stiffness. Achieve results in restoring hip movement with Kinetic Massage of the hip. Learn soft tissue release techniques to decompress the hip joint and increase joint lubrication and mobility. Add years of health to that fast aging joint.
Be satisfied that you are making the most significant difference with Kinetic Massage.
As of 2019, there will be two options for students participating in our certification programs.
- Students can take our classes and receive an attendance certificate. They will still receive the allotted amount of credits specified by their association and do not need to complete an exam.
- Students can write an exam at the end of each class. If they pass all exams, then they will receive a final certificate stating that they completed all requirements to be a ‘Certified Therapist’.
Who qualifies to take this course?
Prerequisite: Massage Therapists, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Athletic Therapists, Nurses, and Osteopaths.
2nd Year Massage Therapy students who have completed Pathology are welcome.
I learned TMJ massage at school but not at this level of depth. My fingers feel comfortable navigating and my clients are at ease receiving this precise and often vulnerable work. Mara is a gifted instructor and is an expert with this material.