Kinetic Massage of the Neck
|9am – 5pm
Kinetic Massage: Improve Neck Mobility and Alleviate Neck Pain!
What do therapists say about this course: “I cannot imagine massaging the neck without moving it anymore.”
Clients are experiencing neck pain due to their habits, such as poor desk ergonomics, prolonged meetings, and improper sitting posture. To alleviate this discomfort, it’s essential to learn safe and effective techniques to restore the neck’s natural mobility. As the human body is designed to move and requires a functional range of motion to relieve neck pain, a neuromuscular approach using a kinetic method can be used to treat both the joints and muscles.
By utilizing the techniques and approach of Kinetic Massage of the Neck, you can effectively treat stubborn pathologies, resulting in a noticeable difference in your client’s well-being.
Completing this course brings you one step closer to obtaining your Certification in Kinetic Massage. Our three courses on Kinetic Massage techniques enable you to help your clients move in the way their bodies were meant to, while also preserving your body mechanics. By having a solid understanding of anatomy and correct positioning, you can provide your clients with the assurance that they are in good hands and achieving the results they desire.
Become an SFH Kinetic Massage Therapist by signing up for the series.
Click HERE to become Certified!
Looking for CEUS only
If you’re solely interested in obtaining CEUs, attending the class will suffice as you’ll be granted credits and digital evidence of attendance.
Who qualifies to take this course?
The following professionals are eligible to take the course as a prerequisite:
Massage Therapists, Kinesiologists, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Athletic Therapists, Nurses, and Osteopaths. Second-year Massage Therapy students who have completed Pathology are also welcome to join.
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What do therapists say about this course:
“I cannot imagine massaging the neck without moving it anymore.”
I have taken numerous continuing education courses over the years, both massage and cupping, and by far SFH Dynamic Cupping and Massage Therapy course is the best! The techniques are relevant and have made such a difference in my practice. I would take any course that SFH offers.