26 (Friday) 9:00 am - 28 (Sunday) 6:00 am PST
Los Angeles, CA
This is a special 3 day class with Shannon Goossen, AP, LMT, CMTPT and Darren Starwynn, OMD. Now you can upgrade your microcurrent skill set with breakthrough techniques from two leading
This is a special 3 day class with Shannon Goossen, AP, LMT, CMTPT and Darren Starwynn, OMD.
Now you can upgrade your microcurrent skill set with breakthrough techniques from two leading lights in multi-dimensional healing.
- Stabilize and ground your clients for optimal mind/body/spirit balancing
- Generate fast symptomatic results while you address deeper causative factors
- Integrate body-centered pain relief protocols with multi-dimensional healing
Body Stabilization Techniques:
This brilliant synergy of NeuroMyoFascial adjustment, FSM (microcurrent) protocols and emotional balance creates a safe, stable “embodied” platform for healing and relief from pain and dysfunction.
New Frequency-Specific & Microcurrent Electro-Acupuncture protocols:
Shannon and Darren will share their techniques for crafting powerful sequences and Sacu-point protocols that will expand your healing tool-kit for faster, more accurate, a sustained treatments.
Multi-Dimensional Quantum Energy Healing & Clearing:
Take your clinical work beyond the box of 3-Dimensional limitations to the next level, and learn to work directly with the universal healing field.
Presenter: Shannon Goossen, AP, LMT, CMTPT
Presenters: Darren Starwynn, OMD and Shannon Goossen, AP, LMT, CMTPT
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Onsite or remote: $549
4 (Saturday) 9:00 am - 5 (Sunday) 6:00 am PST
Colorado Springs, CO
1490 W Fillmore , Ste 130, Colorado Springs, CO 80904
Description: RARE OPPORTUNITY! Explore the Movers and Stabilizers with cadaver demonstration guided by expert anatomist Bonnie Thompson, Executive Director at the Institute of Anatomical Research. Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction constitute the most
RARE OPPORTUNITY! Explore the Movers and Stabilizers with cadaver demonstration guided by expert anatomist Bonnie Thompson, Executive Director at the Institute of Anatomical Research.
Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction constitute the most common pain complaints seen by therapists and in pain clinics. This hands-on workshop will provide practitioners with a basic understanding of the pathophysiology of myofascial pain, and a problem-based, regional introduction to the differential diagnosis and treatment of myofascial pain syndromes. Participants, in small groups, will review myofascial anatomy and function, practice identifying postural distortions, aberrant movement patterns, and form hypothesis for observed adaptations and compensatory patterns from common regional myofascial trigger points and learn to recognize their associated mechanical and systemic ramifications. Participants will then implement novel active myofascial treatment techniques along with FSM to resolve the observed postural distortions/dysfunction and movement patterns using the Mover-Stabilizer concept and The Walking Release ™ method.
Participants will learn in small groups with multi-modal activities. The course will emphasize the concept of the myofascial system as our mover/stabilizer and focus on common regional myofascial syndromes and review the relevant surface anatomy and function. Participants will be able to identify the characteristics of active and latent trigger points in commonly involved muscles, the associated fascial distortions, and aberrant movement patterns. Participants will be able to perform specific functional treatment techniques to resolve myofascial trigger points causing dysfunction and pain using hands-on techniques for fast and lasting results. Participants will also be able to share cross-disciplinary evaluation and therapeutic skills and ultimately develop competencies for successfully treating myofascial pain and dysfunction in their practices.
Space is limited to 15 attendees, sign up today!
Presenter: Shannon Goossen, AP, LMT, CMTPT
Shannon is a Licensed Acupuncture Physician, Licensed Massage Therapist and Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist. Shannon has a bachelor degree in Biology and graduated from Hendrix College in 1986. She is licensed in Florida to practice Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture and Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy. Shannon graduated from the Pittsburgh School of Pain Management (1997) and from the Classical Acupuncture Institute in 2001. She is board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (Diplomate), the Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy National Board, and the Academy of integrative Pain Management (Fellow). As a recognized national expert in treating myofascial pain and dysfunction, she expanded her clinical practice by completing her AFMCP (Applying Functional Medical in Clinical Practice) training through the Institute for Functional Medicine. This certificate allows Shannon to broaden and offer additional health care modalities for her most complex patients. She is also an active student to complete functional medicine certification through the Functional Medicine University program. Over the last 16 years, Shannon has collaborated with her husband, an orthopedic spine surgeon, demonstrating the effectiveness of applying integrative medicine concepts in clinical practice and during pre and post-operative periods with enormous success. She is a contributing writer to two textbooks (Clinical Mastery in the Treatment of Myofascial Pain 2004, Clinical Application of Neuromuscular Techniques 2005) and has had several articles published on spinal disorders, myofascial pain and dysfunction and clinical evaluation.
Applications Pending for CEU Credits