Therapeutic Trifecta Immersion

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The Schatz Method says
A weekend for body & movement practitioners to explore
the Sacred Sacrum, Cultivate the Core AND Therapeutics
each day will begin with a Therapeutic Yoga practice.

Is this workshop for you?

It is if you
:: Have clients with seemingly good balance who could not balance on one leg or hold tree pose no matter what (it’s not what you think).
:: Want to offer more therapeutically than an assist, but don’t know what that would be
:: Have ever had a client who could not do yoga inversions without kicking up or using a wall? Come learn how to remedy that (most practitioners don't know this).
:: Are ever afraid to deal with clients with certain low back and hip injuries and feel unsure what to do or where to start.

What will you learn?
:: How to strengthen the core intrinsically and how that differs to the way your clients are currently doing it
:: Why the sacrum is so important and how it effects every single asana
:: Hands on therapeutics to offer immediate and lasting relief in the face of injury
:: How to transform Sun A into a powerful intrinsic strengthener and take your practice to super hero status.

The Schatz MethodTM is a system of bodywork proven to permanently alleviate pain by treating the source not the symptom while optimizing function. This open forum course will empower you to confidently take on more clients with pain and injury– and help them. More importantly, it will provide you with tools and strategic thinking to prevent injuries from ever occuring in your practice.

“Gina M. Schatz is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider and is also sponsored by NCBTMB to teach New York LMTs continuing education.”
14 NCBTMB CEU’s—For massage & bodywork therapists
Yoga Alliance CEU’s— For RYT’s and ERYT”s

Early Registration through Jan 8, 2016
Registration fees waived for all Schatz Method registered practitioners.
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By: The Schatz Method

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