Cambridge center for adults education

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First utilized by acupuncturists and chiropractors in Japan, kinesiology taping is used by a growing number of healthcare professionals to benefit patients through movement and healing.This course will focus on the basics of kinesiology taping to help reduce pain sensation, delay fatigue, normalize muscle tone, decompress swelling and inflammation, and distribute movement forces in clients of all activity levels.The project includes research findings, results and experiences with treating CED and the experience of regularly practicing the self-care routines.In this class you will learn: This course is great for any bodywork therapist looking to add new tools to their treatments, specifically tools that take the effects well beyond the bodywork session.The Tai Chi Single Fan routine is a graceful and strengthening form of martial arts and dance from the Chen style of Tai Chi Chuan.It utilizes meditative movements that can be applied as a style of self defense and has healing benefits to energize the body and calm the mind.In this course participants learn: Take this workshop to learn the when, where, and how-to’s of kinesiology taping. Nicole received her Bachelor’s degree in Print Journalism from St.

This data is presented as a part of the capstone project at the end of the term.

Each class includes warm-ups, Qigong exercises, Tai chi posture review, refinements, and additions to the form. Instructor: Andrea Sullivan, Cert Instructor, Cert ABT, AOBTA, NCTMB.

Andrea graduated from Center Point’s Shiatsu Therapy Program in 2005.

Learn basic Shiatsu techniques for the neck, back and feet.

Discover how simple and effective Shiatsu therapy is for relieving headaches, backaches, stiff necks, and fatigue. Instructor: Center Point Faculty ^Top^ 12 Wednesdays, January 17 – April 4 • - pm Register by January 11 Tuition Fee: 0 (not eligible for discount) • late registration fee after January 11 Total hours: 12 sessions All are welcome!

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