Date: 24th September 2019
Price: £180.00 (incl.VAT)
Location: North London
A fun day for a complex subject. You will never look at another person in the same way again.
It is all about differences, what we see and what does it mean, how does it influence the way we work. Start your path on a more effective approach for change.
In this workshop we discuss the theories and physiology behind postural deterioration. From this understanding we can relate the changes in movement purity to the muscle chains that provide stability whilst producing force. This day lays the foundation for understanding static posture outcomes using both conventional and hands on skills to gain a picture of your clients behaviour, it is about making sense of what you see and feel. We use a variety of assessment tools to help you visual and feel imbalances, but most importantly bringing your findings into your treatment, starting you thinking about how to approach your rehabilitation plan.
Taking it a 'step' further in the development of your advanced assessment skills please join us on our Biomechanics and Biotensegrity day. Using our key movement pattern assessments we can identify and understand how the body compensates for the weakness that inevitably leads to dysfunction and postural changes. These key assessments can then form the foundation of a corrective strategy and effective soft tissue rehabilitation.
Please note that you will be joining an existing diploma course for this workshop.
These workshops are a must for all industry professionals that are interested in treating postural deterioration.
WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?
- Those who wish to excel as a soft tissue therapist
- Anyone who has a background in manual health care
- Soft tissue therapists
- Sports massage therapists and sports therapists
- Comprehensive notes
- Certificate of attendance upon completion (electronic)
- Tea/Coffee during break (at some venues)
- Option to receive monthly CPD newsletter
- Ongoing NLSSM support
- A high ratio of teachers to students
ABOUT THE TUTORS
This is a dynamic class that is taught by either Chris Newton, Paula Edwards or Susan Findlay. For further information about each of these teachers, please visit our team page
Everyone at NLSSM is trained to level 5 BTEC and, with successful careers in sport and remedial massage, our teachers are highly skilled and qualified in all of the associated soft tissue techniques.
We are also trained in the art of teaching and bring to class our different experiences from a variety of supporting skills in osteopathy, physiotherapy, sports therapy, nutrition, and as personal trainers. Our teachers are an important part of a support system that offers ongoing mentoring to both our students and graduates.
We take part in regular in-house teacher training days to make sure that we're always delivering the highest level of tuition that's tailored if necessary and relevant to the needs of each class. Passionate about what we do, we keep up with current research and skill sets and use a mixture of teaching methods, from old hands-on skills to the very latest technology.
Join us on our Biomechanics and Biotensegrity workshop as well as the Re-education Methods - Stretching and Corrective Exercises, these will advance your assessment and rehabilitation skills as a soft tissue therapist to provide a more effective holistic rehabilitation program.
|24th September 2019
||North London, The Annexe
||10:00 - 17:00
|24th November 2019
||Central London, University of Westminster
||10:00 - 17:00
For details of our North London, Central London and Manchester locations, please check our Contact Us page for further information.
1. Application and Payment
(i) All bookings must be submitted on an official Enrolment/Booking Application Form.
(ii) The deposit of £60 non-refundable and non-transferable.
(iii) Discounts are only valid in accordance with instructions in the prospectus or specific campaigns.
(iv) If an organisation is willing to pay a student’s fees it must be made in full and accompanied by the application form at least two weeks prior to the commencement of the course. Bookings cannot be guaranteed until payment has been received from the organization.
(v) Please note we do not make provisional bookings. In order to secure your booking, payment must be received by the office before your application will be processed. Bookings are processed on a first come first serve basis.
2. Personal Health
(i) At the time of enrolment, to your knowledge, you should have no health condition that could be affected or worsened by the requirements of the course for which you are applying, nor should you be awaiting hospital admission or taking medication that could be contraindicated. If in doubt in any aspect please check with your GP. The School cannot refund fees should you have to terminate the course due to a known health condition becoming worse or a hospital place becoming available.
(i) If you have to cancel or terminate due to bereavement of a close family member, or serious ill-health (unknown at the commencement of the course), a doctor's certificate of inability to continue will be required. Sometimes, under exceptional circumstances it is possible to transfer to the next course subject to an additional administration cost of £25 and terms of agreement & conditions.
(ii) Full payment must be made if cancellation is made within two weeks of the commencement date. If a cancellation is made two weeks prior to the course commencement date all monies will be refunded minus the deposit. All CPD courses carry a £60.00 deposit fee.
(iii) In the event of the School cancelling a course, all monies paid (including the deposit) will be repaid in full.