Learn valuable MFR skills to treat the Axial Skeleton
Building skills is an important part of a therapists career not only to improve treatment outcomes but also helps to grow their practice.
This 2-day in-person practical workshop delivers skills for the soft tissues surrounding the spine, the pelvis, the temporomandibular joint and the cranium.
Therapists will both give and receive MFR techniques in a class setting that will equip them with an invaluable understanding and appreciation of technique application.
What this workshop includes:
- 2-day fun-packed and informative workshop
- 16 practical techniques that build on previous MFR skills
- Effective soft tissue and myofascial techniques
- Valuable techniques for the spine and sacrum
- Valuable techniques for the cranium and TMJ
- An understanding of the relationship of the spine with the sacrum
- Understanding of the relationship of the TMJ with the pelvis
- A variety of MFR technique styles offering treatment diversity
- Workshop manual provided.
Who can attend:
This course is for manual therapists who already have insurance to use MFR.
You can attend if either:
- you have previously attended at least a 2-day in-person MFR workshops with MFR UK or another training provider
- you have previously attended a 1-day in-person MFR worksop (sustained indirect approach) AND have at least 12 months of experience of using MFR in clinical practice.
- all therapists must have at least a level 3 A&P and hold a nationally recognised manual therapy qualification, such as massage, at level 3 or above
Online qualifications are not considered a suitable pre-requisite. This course is not suitable for movement or beauty/spa therapists. MFR UK reserves the right to refuse course access to anyone who does not meet the above pre-requisites.
Times: 09.30-5pm both days.
Venue: MFR UK Suite 16, McGregor House, 10 Donaldson Pl, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow G64 1XA
Tutor - Ruth Duncan.
Once booked, you will be emailed full workshop details.
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