Bodymaintenance.co.uk are now providing 1 & 2 day courses on Muscle energy techniques and soft tissue release techniques.

For each course you will receive:
  • 6 - 12 hours of Continual Professional Development (CPD)
  • Course manual
  • Certificate of completion
Muscle energy techniques (MET) course:

This is a highly practical hands-on course and will cover the following modules:

  • Post isometric relaxation (PIR)
  • Reciprocal inhibition (RI)
  • Pulsed MET
  • Proprioceptor neuromuscular facilitation (PNF)
  • Positional release / strain counter-strain
Soft tissue release (STR) course

Covering the three main types of soft tissue release (STR):

  • Passive (PRT)
  • Active (ART)
  • Weight-bearing (WRT)
Both courses will also cover:
  • Range of movement
  • Identifying restrictions
  • Scar tissue
  • When and when not to use MET or STR

The two day courses in both of these techniques will cover the full body.

The one-day MET or STR course will cover either upper body or lower body.

If the 1 day MET or STR course is delivered on a one on one basis then I can adapt the content to your needs or requirements.

  • The courses are suitable for any hands-on manual bodywork therapists such as...
  • Holistic massage
  • Swedish massage
  • Physiotherapy
  • Osteopathy
  • Chiropractor
  • Sports massage
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Shiatsu

MET courses may be of particular interest to:

  • Yoga teachers
  • Personal trainers
  • Pilates instructors
  • Gym instructors

 

Hosting a course or workshop

If you have friends or colleagues who are interested in developing new skills or refreshing old ones, then maybe you would like to host a course at your chosen venue such as a clinic or club for example.

Host Incentive
Host + 1 = 25% discount For the host
Host + 2 = 50% discount For the host
Host + 3 = 75% discount For the host
Host + 4 or more = 100% discount (The host will receive the course for free!)

If you have any questions regarding the courses or wish to receive prices please feel free to contact me.

Many thanks
Clive Lacey