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MFR Lower Body Workshop. 11/12 March 2023

Treating the trunk, pelvis and lower extremity.

Are you looking for skills that are easier on your own body but still return excellent treatment results?

MFR has been heralded as the missing link in therapy because it supports all of your existing skills drawing them together allowing you to provide a unique and profounds treatment approach that will undoubtably grow your practice.

Myofascial Release for the Lower Body is a hands-on practical workshop that will teach you how to incorporate myofascial approaches into your existing practice. You’ll learn valuable and informative assessments, as well as how to use sustained gentle techniques and structural direct soft tissue techniques.

This workshop is perfect for manual therapists who want to take their skills to the next level. With myofascial release, you can help ease the strain on your own body while treating patients with confidence and skill.

Book today for our upcoming workshop!

What’s in this workshop? :

  • Traditional direct MFR for the abdominal, hip and pelvic areas including piriformis and iliopsoas
  • Modern sustained MFR for the thighs, hips and lateral lumbar; the cross-hand release techniques.
  • Modern sustained MFR; longitudinal pulls (leg pulls)
  • Learning the value of using active and passive MFR techniques
  • Assessment of the pelvis in standing incorporating addressing pelvic lateral shifts
  • Constructing MFR treatments for more complex injuries and pain complaints - choosing appropriate techniques
  • Receive and provide MFR to enhance learning.
  • Receive a comprehensive workshop technique manual.

Dates : 11/12 March 2023.

Venue : BCMB. Lower Ground Floor 109 Pembroke Road. BS8 3EU.

Times : 09.30-5 pm both days

Tutor : Ruth Duncan

CPD : You will be emailed a certificate of attendance after this worshop for your insuarance. 

Who can attend?

Qualified and insured manual therapists new to MFR or those wanting to expand their MFR skills.

Massage and soft tissue therapists (minimum level 3), physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, and sports therapists are welcome to attend. Level 3 massage/soft tissue therapist should also have at least 1-year of clinical experience. A&P at minimum of level 3 is also required.

Full workshop details will be emailed upon booking.

You are being asked to create a password for your online MFR UK account. Please keep a note of your password. Your username will be your email address.

 

Common questions :
Q - Can I attend if I’m not yet qualified?
A – Sorry, no. We won’t be insured to teach you if you don’t hold professional indemnity insurance to practice.
Q – Can movement therapists or beauty therapists attend?
A – Sorry, no. Unless you also have qualification that meets our pre-requisites.
Q : I might arrive late or I have to leave early, is that ok?
A : We recognise that emergencies happen but we expect that you attend the entire workshop otherwise it may affect your CPD certificate.
Q - What do I need to bring?
A – We will email all the workshop details with what you need to bring once you book. You won’t need to bring a massage couch unless it specifically states this in the workshop information.
Q – What if I need to cancel?
A - We recognise that emergencies happen. We have a T&C page below with comprehensive information. Please take time to read this. Re-scheduling can be done free if we get 4 weeks’ notice. All our workshops are non-refundable (distance selling laws apply).

 

What People Are Saying:

Ruth and Linda imparted so much information and wisdom during this weekend course. Getting lots of time to practise, was really good, which was time for them to part with more gems of their experience and knowledge

Joan George

Highly recommend this workshop and the CMFT. It’s the best training I’ve ever attended. Well structured, highly informative, great balance of practical and theory. Ruth and Linda made us all very welcome and at ease. Their knowledge is incredible. It was a bit of lightbulb moment for me.

Alex Thomas