Congratulations Alexis Janzen, RMT of Vancouver
Winner of the CECListing.com "Win A Continuing Education Contest." With a grand prize of free entry to the Vancouver Fascial Facet Treatment & Sacral Balancing course, November 23 & 24, 2019.
The calendar has been readjusted for 2020 due to the Covid-19 physical distancing. I have rescheduled the May 2 & 3rd Simply TMJ course to the fall: September 19 and 20, 2020. The Vancouver dates for the Simply TMJ and Mastering Cranial Through Mentorship have been set. The Fascial Facet Treatment & Sacral Balancing course have been cancelled. At this point I do not have Vernon dates set because of the pandemic. This may change in the coming months. If you have questions please contact me.
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Cranial mandibular orthopedics takes Cranial Sacral Therapy beyond a light touch treatment. Going beyond the 5 grams of pressure that is taught in basic cranial sacral opens doors to speed healing.
Facial Facet Treatment offers two distinct methods of correcting spinal joint restrictions that are gentle and easy to perform. Clients appreciate the gentleness. Practitioners enjoy the ease of integtration with other techniques.
Simply TMJ is a comprehensive way to master the assessment and treatment of the joints and muscles involved in temporomandibular dysfunctions.
Sacral Balancing uses osteopathic principles to assess and treat the joints of the pelvis and give insight into which piriformis muscle(s) to treat.