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Neural Mobilization for Structural Integration: Peripheral Nevers of Shoulder and Pelvic Girdles
Thursday, September 21, 2017 1:00 PM PDT to Sunday, September 24, 2017
Category: International CE Courses


Nanaimo, Vancouver Island University, British Columbia, Canada
Thursday, September 21st - 24th, 2017 



Registration Process: 



Jonathan Martine
Email: jonathanmartine@me.com
Phone: 303-702-0681
Website: http://jonathanmartine.com/continuing-education/

Organization: Canadian Rolfing Association

IASI CE Credits: Category 1 - 30

Course Instructor: Jonathan Martine

Course Description:

This class explores the relationship of neural fascial restriction/inflammation to structural imbalances. When the body has nerve fascia that is restricted and fails to glide, the entire system becomes pre-occupied. Reducing this “pre-occupation” is necessary for reducing pain and restoring optimal function. We will explore through lecture, palpation and hands-on exchange:
• Assessments for facial, nerve, joint, and functional restriction.
• How neurogenic inflammation and impaired nerve mobility restrict movement of fascia, joints and core stability.
• Learn new approaches to tissue and joint mobilization, and re-patterning movement.
• Develop integrative strategies to address peripheral nerve restriction from cutaneous layers through tunnels to muscular and septum pathways for lasting change, from local restriction to global function.
• Integrative strategies for your structural integration sessions. Learn how to complement your work with neural mobilization. Open to all Structural Integrators, Registered Massage Therapists and Canadian Rolfing Association Members

Instructor Bio: 

Jonathan Martine, is a Certified Advanced Rolfer™ since 1997, Rolfing Institute Faculty member since 1993. Jonathan draws from the work of Steven Sanet, DO, Jean-Pierre Barral and Alain Crobier, DO, Ron Murray, DOM; PT’s Michael Shacklock, David Bulter and Diane Jacobs; Chiropractor/Rolfer Don Hazen and Chiropractic Neurologist Dr. Michael Allen in a synthesis of neural and visceral fascial related work.