Come and join the Jing team for a fabulous day of online learning featuring the UK’s leading massage and bodywork experts.
Sharpen your skills in a range of massage and business topic areas including Myofascial Release, Biotensegrity and women’s health, Advanced Rehab techniques and many more…
Our experts will be live on zoom enabling you to interact and ask questions to get the utmost out of your experience.
Book your spot now for this dynamic lockdown learning opportunity!
Date: Wednesday 1st July 2020 10am-3pm
COST: Suggested donation £100 (full income); £60 (some loss of income); £40 (no or little current income). Please note VAT will be added to whatever amount you choose.
What is happening on the day: Wednesday 1st July 2020 10am-3pm
10.00-11.15 Jing Advanced Massage Training Director’s: Meghan Mari & Rachel Fairweather
The Active Massage Therapists
This month we are going to talk about (and get a bit physical) the ‘active massage therapist’. To be a successful therapist, it massively helps if you are healthy both inside & out, so our offering to you is a mind-body experience. Featuring Massage muscle conditioning with Teresa & and a can of beans! Plus a few of our favourites: Meditation, Yoga, and some Myofascial Self-care techniques. Get prepared for a dynamic & interactive session to wake you up on a Wednesday morning.
11.15 – 12.00 Fascial Therapy Institute Australia’s Director: Steven Goldstein
The ‘Diaphragm’ is an under-treated core structure. Let’s look at some distinctive characteristics of the diaphragm. It is asymmetric, the right side inflates the left and vice versa. It is part of complex poly-articular chains connecting and interfacing the entire body. From a myofascial perspective, it is a core structure of the Deep Front Line.
Let’s discover the Diaphragm!
12.00 – 12.45 Upledger UK’s Director: Caroline Barrow
The paradigm of touch based healthcare
How can our healthcare paradigm develop to facilitate greater healing and response-ability for ourselves and our clients? Using many of the elements we teach in CranioSacral Therapy, this talk will consider what is useful for any touch-based therapists interested in working ever more deeply with paradigms that empower our clients, what this even means and why it might be important.
12.45 – 1.30 National Training Centre’s Director: John Sharkey
Death of Wholism
Cause of death: Reductionism
In this short presentation 21st Century Anatomist John Sharkey will provide an up-to-date report on fascia science supported by unique images from three decades of dissection and more recently from the Fascia Net Plastination Project (FNPP). A focus on continuity and wholism will provide the foundation for a biotensegrity informed vision of human anatomy, movement and form.
1.30 – 2.15 Jing Teaching Duo Jemma Fordham & Abigail Winstanley
Kinesio Taping for Massage Therapists
How to use Kinesio tape to aid recovery from injury, improve proprioception and get clients moving.