• New Course: Lower Extremities

    Posted on November 5, 2013 by Dawn in Anatomy, CE's on DVD, Human Body, Massage CE's on DVD, Massage Therapy Continuing Education, Muscle Pain, NCBTMB approved continuing education, Physiology, Press Releases for Full Circle, SMRT, Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique.

    Aurora, CO – Full Circle School, Inc. will be teaching in several new locations in 2014.  New locations include Couer d’Alene, ID, Hot Springs, AR, Watford City, ND, and Rochester, MN.  We will also be returning to Winter Park, FL and Seattle, WA, as well as teaching in Colorado and Texas.

    All courses are Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique courses, and all courses are approved for continuing education credit through the NCBTMB and/or the individual state.  Register before December 31, 2013 at https://efullcircle.com/registration-2/ and receive a 15% discount on tuition.

    This year we will be offering courses that include all areas of the body.  Our newest course, Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique:  Lower Extremities, will be offered for the first time in Seattle, WA, May 9 – 11, 2014. In this course, you will learn to successfully work with:

    • Hypertonic IT bands
    • Femur head imbalances
    • Knee pain and inflammation
    • Chondromalacia Patella
    • Shin splints and muscle cramps
    • Lymphedema in the lower leg
    • Ankle immobilization
    • Over-pronation or over-supination of the foot
    • Plantar Fasciitis, bunions, and tarsal tunnel syndrome

    Check out the SMRT:  Lower Extremities course, as well as all of our other courses in 2014 on our website.  If you cannot take a live seminar, all of our courses are on DVD.

    SMRT is powerful bodyworking tool.  SMRT can be performed alone or with any other modality.  This technique integrates seamlessly into all other modalities, enhancing everything else you do.  SMRT allows you to stimulate lymphatic system flow, while resolving trigger points painlessly, and releasing ligaments and muscle tissue.  SMRT is easier on therapists hands and bodies, while being almost pain free for clients.

    Full Circle School is approved through the NCBTMB as a continuing education provider.  Registration for seminars or DVD purchases can be made at www.efullcircle.com