Stretch Therapy training: 2 days, 16 CE's, $447
Prerequisite: FasciAshi Fundamentals (OR Converge, or equivalent proof of your previous 16-24 CE hour beginner level live-class Ashiatsu training. Proof of CE, plus a video audition may be required for verification of your skill level.)
Using Passive, Active and Resisted Range of Motion stretch therapy techniques, this barefoot massage technique allows the Massage Therapist to stand on a massage table and maneuver clients limbs with their feet, while holding onto overhead support for balance and leverage. This helps a practitioner effortlessly maintain consistent pressure and leverage while providing deep point holds, or long fascial stretches.
We'll be reviewing secure draping options while blending ROM into slow gliding, non-lubricated movements along the client’s skin. Can be adapted for more use of creme, or provided with the client clothed. A full body sequence is taught.
A Non-Refundable $223.50 deposit is required to hold your spot in class - the remaining $223.50 balance is due before class starts.
Therapists will learn:
Stretch Therapy theories
Structural benefits to every movement
How to work 3-dimensionally with your clients joints
Contraindications and indications for mobilization and movements
Appropriate biomechanics for best use of leverage and gravity
How to manipulate the body through passive range of motions for a stretch
How to cue clients to create their own movements under resistance or pressure for stability
Therapists will practice on and receive feedback from:
Other therapists in class
A minimum of 2-3 student clinic clients
Overall, you’ll give 5.5 hours of massage during this class, receive 5.5 hours of massage from other students, and spend a total of 2 hours observing the instructor and other LMT’s demonstrate the strokes
Attendees are provided with:
Access to the free Alumni Membership website with videos of the strokes learned in class
Retake this course for $100/day!
Change is hard, learning is a process. Maybe you didn't get your bars up right away, and you are forgetting the details.... maybe it's been a few years and you feel rusty. For best retention of the concepts, theories, strokes and adventures we experience in class, you are always welcome back to review everything all over again. No CE's or course materials are provided, but we'll partner you up with either a client or another #AshiatsuTherapist who is also reviewing the class, and you'll get to give and receive FasciAshi all day long while being guided, and tweaked, by the instructor. (Get a 2 hour massage for $100?! Not bad!)
Attend the 1st day of any ROM class for a review of:
Cautions & Contraindications
Attend the 2nd day of any ROM class for a review of:
Any remaining strokes not taught on day 1
2 rounds of Student Clinic for extra practice and integration of the work
(Email your instructor to see if any space is available for you to take this class refresher course)
Take FasciAshi ROM
Do 20 practice FasciAshi sessions, documenting each one through client evaluations
Log into the Alumni Membership website
Take a 30-minute online test, & pass with a score of at least 78%. (You get 3 tries!)
Video audition demonstrating your safety and skills
Upload Client Evaluations and Videos for review
Receive "FEET-back" from Jeni Spring, & resubmit materials if requested
Receive your official Certificate in the mail!
Achieve access to the Sports Track of classes!