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New courses, locations and 2018 dates

Introducing A new course on Sacral Balancing that will help you to correct sacral torsions and balance the pelvis. It is a one day course that is paired up with the one day Facial Facet Treatment to give practitioners the skill to address spinal and sacral restrictions in an gentle and easy manner.

Victoria, BC Class added

I am teaching on Vancouver Island in Vicotria as the kick off to my new course Beyond Basic Cranial. This is for anyone wanting to explore the world of cranial mandibular orthopedic and reach beyond the general protocol taught in college.

Comprehensive Healing

Dynamic Therapies is a collection of Continuing Education courses that are designed for manual therapists. The courses are really workshops with a strong component of hands-on participation. Each course comes with a detailed manual for future reference. The goal of Dynamic Therapies is to enhance the education, skills and strategies necessary to meet the unique challenges of a leading practice.

Whether your goal is to upgrade your skills to promote your practice aspirations, change your career path, or explore a new area of interest, you can transform our experience into your advantage. Explore Dynamic Therapies courses today!

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.