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Healing Salves & Balms
Nov
14
6:00 PM18:00

Healing Salves & Balms

2017 Fall & Winter Wellness Workshop Series!

Salves and balms are used to sooth and heal wounds, muscle aches and tension, burns and much more.  Join us for a hands-on journey as we explore these herbal alternatives, their healing properties, and how to create at home for personal or professional use.

During class we will be creating a few of the recipes discussed for you to try out, take home and enjoy!  

  • All supplies included
  • Class is open to public and professionals
  • 1.5 CEs for Oregon LMTs
  • Space is limited, registration required

Cost:
$35/person

How to Register:
Fast & Easy Online Registration

You may also register by contacting us via email us, call us 541-357-4662, or stop into the shop at 749 Willamette St. to register.  Payment is required before class. 

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Herbal Oils & Infusions
Oct
18
6:00 PM18:00

Herbal Oils & Infusions

2017 Fall & Winter Wellness Workshop Series!

Herbal oils and infusions are used daily for personal health and clinical treatment of various ailments.  In this evening workshop we will cover the two methods of infusion, best oil bases and herbs to use for varying applications. Including a hands-on segment.

During class we will be creating a few of the recipes discussed for you to try out, take home and enjoy!  

  • All supplies included
  • Class is open to public and professionals
  • 1.5 CEs for Oregon LMTs
  • Space is limited, registration required

Cost:
$35/person

How to Register:
Fast & Easy Online Registration

You may also register by contacting us via email us, call us 541-357-4662, or stop into the shop at 749 Willamette St. to register.  Payment is required before class. 

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Battle Germs Naturally: Personal Care & Disinfectants
Oct
28
6:00 PM18:00

Battle Germs Naturally: Personal Care & Disinfectants

This class is part of our 2015 Fall & Winter Wellness Workshop Series!

Don't let the germs get the best of you this winter! Join us as we discuss natural ways to boost your personal care regimen, along with DIY cleaners and disinfectants for your home and office. Learn and create customizable recipes for different applications. 

During class we will be creating a few of the recipes discussed for you to try out, take home and enjoy!  

  • All supplies included
  • Class is open to public and professionals
  • 2 CEs for Oregon LMTs
  • Space is limited, registration required

Cost:
$40/person

How to Register:
Fast & Easy Online Registration 

You may also register by contacting us via email us, call us 541-357-4662, or stop into the shop at 749 Willamette St. to register.  Payment is required before class. 

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Herbal Oils & Infusions
Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

Herbal Oils & Infusions

This class is part of our 2015 Fall & Winter Wellness Workshop Series!

Herbal oils and infusions are used daily for personal health and clinical treatment of various ailments.  In this evening workshop we will cover the two methods of infusion, best oil bases and herbs to use for varying applications. Including a hands-on segment.

During class we will be creating a few of the recipes discussed for you to try out, take home and enjoy!  

  • All supplies included
  • Class is open to public and professionals
  • 1.5 CEs for Oregon LMTs
  • Space is limited, registration required

Cost:
$30/person

How to Register:
Fast & Easy Online Registration 

You may also register by contacting us via email us, call us 541-357-4662, or stop into the shop at 749 Willamette St. to register.  Payment is required before class. 

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Herbal Essentials: Oils, Butters, & Preservatives
Jul
29
6:00 PM18:00

Herbal Essentials: Oils, Butters, & Preservatives

This class is part of our 2015 Summer Wellness Workshop Series!

Oils and butters serve as the base for many professional therapy lubricants, and body care products; used to restore, rejuvenate, clean and carry.  Natural preservatives aide in the quality and longevity of these products.  Join us for a hands-on journey as we explore these herbal bases, their healing properties, and how to pair with essential oils. Learn and create customizable recipes for use within your professional practice or at home.

During class we will be creating a few of the recipes discussed for you to try out, take home and enjoy!  

  • All supplies included
  • Class is open to public and professionals
  • 2 CEs for Oregon LMTs
  • Space is limited, registration required

Cost:
$35/person

How to Register:
Please email us, call us 541-357-4662, or stop into the shop at 749 Willamette St. to register.

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Restoring & Rejuvinating: A Carefree, Natural Face & Neck
Jul
14
6:00 PM18:00

Restoring & Rejuvinating: A Carefree, Natural Face & Neck

This class is part of our 2015 Summer Wellness Workshop Series!

Facial and neck skin can be extremely sensitive and often problematic. There are many different skin types, each requiring special care. Many products on the commercial market today can be damaging and harmful to such a vulnerable skin region.  We will explore herbal and natural facial care products including clays, organic herbs and essentials oils. Learn how and when to use, learn and create customizable recipes for different skin types to use at home or within your professional practice.

During class we will be creating a few of the recipes discussed for you to try out, take home and enjoy!  

  • All supplies included
  • Class is open to public and professionals
  • 2 CEs for Oregon LMTs
  • Space is limited, registration required

Cost:
$35/person

How to Register:
Please email us, call us 541-357-4662, or stop into the shop at 749 Willamette St. to register.

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Gua Sha
May
17
10:00 AM10:00

Gua Sha

Gua Sha is a technique using a tool with a smooth edge to scrape along the surface of the skin to bring stagnations and toxins to the surface. Side effects include: relaxing and strengthening soft tissue, increased blood flow, increased joint mobility, strengthening of the immune system, and relieving pain.

Practicing Gua Sha is quite simple, extremely safe and has been used all over the world for thousands of years. This workshop will cover when and when not to use Gua Sha and the techniques for achieving the best results.

Taught by: Jim Madras, LMT & Mary Fraser Smith, L.Ac
Pro & Public | 5 CE’s for Oregon LMT’s
Cost: $125

Space is limited, registration required.

Registration Options:

  • <-- Online
  • By Phone: 541.357.4662
  • By Email: urbanteallc@gmail.com
  • In Shop: 749 Willamette St. Eugene OR
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Cupping: Face & Neck
Mar
29
10:00 AM10:00

Cupping: Face & Neck

Using specialized cups for the face and neck, this workshop will focus on relief for sinus congestion and related issues. It’s also a fantastic massage. No cupping or bodywork experience is necessary; this is a great way to treat clients, friends, family…and yourself.

We’ll cover the goals and effects of cupping, safety, and several different ways to use the cups. Material will include:

  • stationary, pain point, flash and moving cupping techniques
  • face & neck anatomy overview, from a Thai Medicine perspective
  • complete face & neck treatment strategy
  • self care with the face and neck cups

This workshop will give you lots of hands on experience, and the confidence to perform an effective treatment that feels wonderful.

Taught by: Jim Madras, LMT & Mary Fraser Smith, L.Ac
Pro & Public | 5 CE’s for Oregon LMT’s
Cost: $125

Space is limited, registration required.
Register at Urban Therapeutic
541.357.4662 ph

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Nov
1
to Nov 2

Cupping Workshop

Cupping is an age old bodywork technique where glass, plastic, bamboo, or rubber cups are attached to the skin by negative pressure. Once attached, a cup can be left in place to do its work, or repeatedly attached and removed. Cups can be moved along the surface of the skin – gently lifting the tissue as it travels; or the body can be moved – actively or passively – underneath the cup.

The vacuum is generally used to pull out external influences that have invaded the body (heat, cold, dampness, wind) and are causing pain or illness. Cups are also used to support tired, overused or injured tissue – enticing blood and qi to weakened or deficient areas.

Strategic use of cupping’s strengths (pulling/drawing out, supporting/enticing) have been used for centuries for treating pulmonary issues, joint pain, muscle tension, external injuries…and even the common cold.

Workshop material will include:

  • safety for the client and practitioner
  • effects of cupping treatments
  • flash cupping & ah shi (pain point) cupping
  • stationary & moving/gliding cupping
  • a general cupping massage sequence
  • two different treatment strategies for colds & flu
  • incorporating cupping into your practice

 

As a treatment method, cupping is very safe, inexpensive, easy to learn, and very easy on the practitioner’s body. By the end of this workshop, you’ll be able safely, confidently, and effectively integrate  cupping with  whatever style of bodywork you do – Swedish, Thai, deep tissue, myofascial release, Shiatsu, lymphatic drainage…the possibilities and applications are endless.

If you are not a professional bodyworker, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to treat your partner, friends, and family. And, how appreciative they’ll be.

Two Day Workshop | 14 CEs for Oregon LMTs
November 1 & 2, 2014 | 9:30 am – 6:00 pm | $250 

Registration
Workshop will be held at The Emerald Acupuncture Center. No previous bodywork experience is necessary, per-registration required before October 18. Click here for registration info.   Workshop taught by Jim Madras, LMT #7853.

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Oct
4
9:30 AM09:30

Chinese Medicine Chest

There are many wonderful balms, liniments, and supplements available that utilize Chinese herbs to aid in the healing process. The Chinese Medicine Chest workshop will get you started with useful internal and external herbal medicines that can be kept on hand for different conditions from bruises, sprains, strains, muscle pain, burns, common cold, and allergies.

We will explore the uses of different patent medicines with focus on when and how to use them. We will look at the different stages of wound/ injury healing and how to use herbs to speed the healing process while reducing pain and restoring mobility.

This workshop is geared toward the general public for individual use and for the massage therapist who would like to use topical herbs in massage treatments. All products discussed are available for purchase at the workshop.

One day workshop | 6 CEs for Oregon LMTs
Saturday, August 23, 2014 |  9:30 am – 5:00 pm | $125

Registration
Workshops are held at the Emerald Acupuncture Center, 655 East 11th Ave, Suite #9, Eugene, OR. No previous bodywork experience is necessary,  click here to register. Taught by Mary Fraser Smith, LAC.

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Sep
5
to Sep 7

Aromatherapy Practitioners Course

  • McKenzie Mist Water Store (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Anne Vermilye will be teaching the Aromatherapy Practitioners Course, Exam (take home) and issue the International Certification. The manual is 265 pages of information needed to be able to use essential plant oils for:

  • Treating health conditions
  • Blending Emotional Effects
  • Creating Powerful Perfumes
  • Blending Personal Care Items
  • Making Cleaning Products
  • Treating Your Pets
  • Learn toxicology, precautions, terminology, origin and about essential oil purity.

**Tools for Life and Happiness: Parents, Health Practitioners & Individuals.**

Cost:
Course Fee & Notice of Completion $395
Exam & International Certification $75.00

Date/Time:
August 15th - 17th: Fri&Sat 9:30am-5:00pm, Sun 9:30am-3:00pm

To Register:
Call 541-913-1397 or Email anne@bioexcel.com
Preregistration Required. Early Registration Discount, Ends 08/01

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Aug
30
1:00 PM13:00

Thai Massage & Shiatsu Techniques

for Hands & Arms // Feet & Legs

Each class will involve Shiatsu and Thai Massage techniques including:

  • Passive Stretching
  • Joint Rotations
  • Acupressure Points
  • Meridian Treatments

Also we will discuss self care exercises for the feet, legs, hands & arms. We will be working on the floor traditional style and on massage tables.

Dates: August 30th (Hands & Arms) 1:00pm-5:00pm
& August 31st (Feet & Legs) 1:00pm-5:00pm

Instructors: 
Alina Dina Alsalti, LMT
541-255-3349
Peter Julian Johnson, Reflexologist
541-729-5739 // Email resonancereflexology@yahoo.com

Registration: Contact one of the instructors listed above for location and more details

Cost: $75 per class or $100 for both days
CEU's: 8

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First Friday Night Artwalk & All About Feet Sale
Aug
1
5:30 PM17:30

First Friday Night Artwalk & All About Feet Sale

As we look to educate and promote the importance of taking care of our feet, our First Friday Night Artwalk feature will be "Oh the places they go", a collection of local, amateur artist photographs from a podiatric perspective.

Also, our month long, first annual "All About Feet" sale begins; stop in to enter one of our First Friday giveaways!

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Jul
7
6:30 PM18:30

July Lane County Massage & Bodywork Association

The meeting is Monday, July 7th, from 6:30 - 8:30pm.  We will be meeting in Room 312. 

Replenishment and You with Tammi Brannan

Do you feel spent at the end of each day?  Do you feel as if your weekends just make you wish for more time off?  Then this class is for you!  In a few short hours, you'll learn:  

Why it is important to replenish.  
AND
How you can replenish in a way that's satisfying to you.  

There are a lot of activities out there that recharge, but if they don't make a significant impact on you, they are not worth the little bit of "me" time you have.

Tammi's goal is to help you make "me" time more of a priority, and make it effective for you, so you feel recharged as you head back to your very selfless job.   

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**The meeting will be from 6:30 - 8:30 pm and participants are eligible for 2 hours of CEU's. Anyone can attend the meeting for free, however, to receive the CEU's there is a $5 fee for OMTA members and a $10 fee for nonmembers.  Remember to bring cash or a check!  We cannot accept credit cards at this time.**

We try to end the meeting at 8:30 pm and then have a period of time to network when we are done presenting. Please feel free to bring your own snacks/dinner with you.  We are located in Lane's New Downtown Center across from the public library at 101 W. 10 Street.  We will be meeting in Room 312. The building is a LEED Platinum, energy efficient complex that includes multiple green features like rainwater harvesting, passive ventilation, solar energy and solar thermal generation and geothermal heating and cooling, among other things. 

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Chinese Medicine Chest - Summer Edition
Jun
28
9:00 AM09:00

Chinese Medicine Chest - Summer Edition

There are many wonderful balms, liniments, and supplements available that utilize Chinese herbs to aid in the healing process. In The Chinese Medicine Chest - Summer Edition, we will explore and expand on patent medicines that can aide in spring and summer related health conditions including allergies, muscle sprains, strains, bruises and more!

We will expand on the different stages of wound/ injury healing and how to use herbs to speed the healing process while reducing pain and restoring mobility.

This workshop is geared toward the general public for individual use and for the massage therapist who would like to use topical herbs in massage treatments. All products discussed are available for purchase at the workshop. No previous bodywork experience is necessary.

50% of all registration fees will be donated to Occupy Medical - The clinic operates from noon to 4 p.m. on Sundays. It sees all patients at no charge and is staffed by a regular group of 23 volunteer doctors, nurses and other health care workers.

For clinic coordinator Sue Sierralupe, an herbalist in her day job, the Occupy clinic opens a window into the cracks and fissures of America’s health care system.

Only 40 percent of its patients are homeless. “The rest are working people with no insurance,” she says.1

1Excerpt from “Occupy Good Health” Bob Keefer, The Register-Guard

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products and statements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

To Register - Stop In, Call (541-357-4662), or Email (urbanteallc@gmail.com)
Please register by Wednesday June 25th - Space is Limited

Cost: $70/person | 3 ½ CE’s for Oregon LMT’s
Instructor:
Mary Fraser Smith, LAC

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May
9
to May 30

Cupping for Couples

While cupping (attaching cups to the body with gentle vacuum) is best known as a home treatment for colds and flu - it’s also a fantastic way to give a massage. Easy to learn and fun to practice, cupping has been described as “deep tissue massage from the inside out” - and has been used in households all over the world to soothe sore, aching muscles. No previous massage or cupping experience is needed - there will be plenty of supervised hands on practice and you’ll be up and running in no time. This is, also, a great follow-up for the Massage for Couples class.

Friday 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm; 4 sessions starting May 9, 2014, ending May 30, 2014

Cost: $49
Instructor: Jim Madras
Location: Eugene, Downtown Campus Rm 221

Go to naturalartscenter.com for more information

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Apr
26
10:00 AM10:00

Intro to Bowenwork: Wellness in YOUR hands

  • 766 Foothill Dr. Eugnee OR 97405 USA (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Whether you have lots of experience, or none at all, you will learn to apply key elements of Bowenwork to different areas of the body for yourself, and others to:

  • Ease breathing difficulties, asthma, anxiety
  • Relieve muscle tension, joint pain, stiffness
  • Relieve knee, neck, and back problems
  • Address injuries
  • Emergency first aid for bleeding and for breathing
  • Ease heartburn, acid reflux and other gastrointestinal complaints

Learn a safe way to promote wellness in yourself and others, with this introductory class made just for you.

Bowenwork - the compliment to complimentary therapies - place wellness in your hands! 

Cost: $95.00 includes a 70 page manual with photo and anatomical illustrations designed for the needs of beginners.
Students practice on each other, and on the instructor. Wear (or bring) loose, comfortable clothing.
Location: 766 Foothill Dr. Eugene, OR 97405

Details & to Register call 541-525-4033 or email Laura Magpali @  Laura@LearnBowenwork.com

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Apr
19
to Apr 20

Cupping Workshop

  • Emerald Acupuncture Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Cupping is an age old bodywork technique where glass, plastic, bamboo, or rubber cups are attached to the skin by negative pressure. Once attached, a cup can be left in place to do its work, or repeatedly attached and removed. Cups can be moved along the surface of the skin – gently lifting the tissue as it travels; or the body can be moved – actively or passively – underneath the cup.

The vacuum is generally used to pull out external influences that have invaded the body (heat, cold, dampness, wind) and are causing pain or illness. Cups are also used to support tired, overused or injured tissue – enticing blood and qi to weakened or deficient areas.

Strategic use of cupping’s strengths (pulling/drawing out, supporting/enticing) have been used for centuries for treating pulmonary issues, joint pain, muscle tension, external injuries…and even the common cold.

Registration
Workshop will be held at The Emerald Acupuncture Center. No previous bodywork experience is necessary, pre-registration required before May 10. Register online, or by email. Taught by Mary Fraser Smith, LAC, and Jim Madras, LMT #7853.

Two Day Workshop | 14 CEs for Oregon LMTs
Saturday & Sunday April 19th & 20th 9:30 am – 6:00 pm | $250 

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Apr
4
5:30 PM17:30

Open House Event

Stop in on Friday April 4th to check out our new retail location during the Open House Event that will be going on during the First Friday Night ArtWalk downtown. We are featuring a Chocolate Herbal Elixir Tasting Bar by Terra Firma Botanicals and will be offering Open House sales on several products! Remember all alternative healthcare professionals and students receive 10% off all purchases made in the store.

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Mar
29
9:30 AM09:30

Chinese Medicine Chest

There are many wonderful balms, liniments, and supplements available that utilize Chinese herbs to aid in the healing process. The Chinese Medicine Chest will give you a list of useful internal and external herbal medicines that can be kept on hand for different conditions from bruises, sprains, strains, muscle pain, burns, common cold, and allergies.

We will explore the uses of different patent medicines with focus on when and how to use them. We will look at the different stages of wound/ injury healing and how to use herbs to speed the healing process while reducing pain and restoring mobility.

This workshop is geared toward the general public for individual use and for the massage therapist who would like to use topical herbs in massage treatments. All products discussed are available for purchase at the workshop.

 One day workshop | 6 CEs for Oregon LMTs
Saturday March 29th, 2014 |  9:30 am – 5:00 pm | $125

Registration
Workshops are held at the Emerald Acupuncture Center, 655 East 11th Ave, Suite #9, Eugene, OR. No previous bodywork experience is necessary. Taught by Mary Fraser Smith, LAC. Register Online or email

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Feb
23
9:30 AM09:30

Cupping: Face & Neck

Using specialized cups for the face and neck, this workshop will focus on relief for sinus congestion and related issues. It’s also a fantastic massage. No cupping or bodywork experience is necessary, this is a great way to treat clients, friends, family…and yourself.

We’ll cover the goals and effects of cupping, safety, and several different ways to use the cups. Material will include:

  • stationary, pain point, flash and moving cupping techniques
  • face & neck anatomy overview, from Western, Chinese Medicine, and Thai Medicine perspectives
  • complete face & neck treatment strategy
  • experience with a couple different facial cupping sets that are on the market, and the pros and cons of each

This workshop will give you lots of hands on experience, and the confidence to perform an effective treatment that feels wonderful.

 One day Workshop | 6 CEs for Oregon LMTs
Sunday, February 23, 2014 |  9:30 am – 5:00 pm  | $125

Registration
Workshops are held at the Emerald Acupuncture Center, 655 East 11th Ave, Suite #9, Eugene, OR. No previous bodywork experience is necessary, email to register. Taught by Jim Madras, LMT #7853.

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Feb
22
9:30 AM09:30

Cupping: Colds & Flu

In this workshop you’ll learn two different cupping sequences – to help in preventing, and aid the recovery of, colds and flu. Easy to learn and quick to perform (a full treatment can last 10-20 minutes), no cupping or bodywork experience is necessary. This is the perfect workshop for those wishing to dive into the world of cupping.

While we’ll be learning with traditional fire cups, the same sequences can be used with the more modern plastic, squeeze bulb, and rubber cups. But, once you experience the glass fire cups…chances are good they will become the tools of choice.

Workshop material will include:

  • safety for the client and practitioner
  • effects of cupping treatments
  • safely working with fire cups
  • moving/sliding cupping sequence
  • intermittent/flash cupping sequence
  • post treatment care

All cupping materials will be provided, and cupping kits will be available for purchase after the workshop. We’ll be practicing both on massage tables and in chairs – but both sequences can easily be performed practically anywhere.

One Day Workshop | 6 CEs for Oregon LMTs
Saturday, February 22, 2014 | 9:30 am – 5:00 pm | $125

Registration
Workshop will be held at The Emerald Acupuncture Center. No previous bodywork experience is necessary, pre-registration required before February 14. Register online, or by Jim Madras, LMT #7853.

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Oct
5
9:30 AM09:30

Tai Chi for Bodyworkers

The martial art of Taijiquan (Tai Chi) utilizes methods of connection and tactile listening skills that are ideally suited for the bodyworker. In this workshop we’ll dig into some practices that refine your internal connections and maximize the information you’re getting through your hands, elbows, cups, stones….and have a lot of fun in the process.

There are no pre-requisites to participate in this workshop, and it is always fun for all levels of experience.  Wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring a willingness to play with body awareness and movement.

Registration

Workshops are held at the Emerald Acupuncture Center, 655 East 11th Ave, Suite #9, Eugene, OR. No previous tai chi experience is necessary, email to register or via PayPal. Taught by  Jim Madras, LMT #7853, and Erica Anderson.

 

One day Workshop | 6 CEs for Oregon LMTs
Saturday October 5th,  9:30 am – 5:00 pm  | $125

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Sep
25
to Sep 28

AMTA 2013 National Convention

  • AMTA National Convention (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Engage in focused learning and expand your practice. Access over 35 continuing education classes, featuring special options for teachersresearchers and students.

Connect with others who inspire you. Share best practices and network with other massage professionals from across the country. Last year, more than 1,400 people experienced the AMTA National Convention in Raleigh!

Thrive at the industry’s most extensive exhibit hall. See what the leading suppliers have to offer massage therapists, and experience hundreds of new products to support your growing practice.

 

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Aug
10
to Aug 11

Chiropractic Assistant Initial Training

  • University of Western States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
Class Description 

A chiropractic assistant provides office support and assists a chiropractor with patient care. This initial training course ensures that attendees will be knowledgeable and effective in direct-patient care areas such as physiotherapy modalities, proper draping techniques, therapeutic exercises, and appropriate professional boundaries. Additionally, front office skills such as interpersonal communication, CPT and ICD coding, and medical terminology are a focus of this course. This program fulfills the Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners requirements for initial training for certification.

*Also counts as 12 hours CE credits for LMT's ! 

Location: University of Western States Portland Campus
Time: Please refer to brochure for details
Cost: $200

Register Online  

 

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Jul
22
6:30 PM18:30

Neuromuscular Therapy Introduction

Class Description

Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is a highly effective and specific form of therapeutic massage for the treatment of acute and chronic injuries, postural syndromes, athletic performance optimization, and much more. NMT uses wooden tools called T-Bars for gentle yet very thorough assessment and treatment of muscle bellies, tendons, and attachment sites. In this 3-hour introductory course you will learn the history of NMT as well as the underlying neurological and physiological concepts involved in Neuromuscular Therapy and the body’s response to treatment. Participants will become familiar with the six different T-Bars and their appropriate use. This is a great chance to learn how to use T-Bars and what it feels like to receive T-Bar work. Upon completion, you will have the necessary background and preparation for the 4-part NMT training through Oregon School of Massage. Prerequisite: AP I, Kines-Upper Body or equivalent (3 CEs)

Instructor: Dr. Pleau 
Cost: $65
Registration Information: Call 800-844-3420

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