Thu, Sep 26|
Woodbrook Hunt Club
Canine Myofascial Release: Techniques to Discover and Track Movement
You already know what the muscular fascia is. In this workshop, we’ll learn ways to identify subtle muscular and energetic movement. These fundamental applications are essential in massage. They will transform your sense of touch and elevate the quality and intentionality of your canine massage.
Time & Location
Sep 26, 2019, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
Woodbrook Hunt Club, 6206 150th St SW, Lakewood, WA 98439, USA
About the Event
Join Jonathan Rudinger for a special canine myofascial release course, for certified animal practitioners.
This is a fun, interactive hands-on workshop. We will practice on ourselves, with each other and dogs. Learn the PetMassage technique for sensing and tracking shifts in texture and movement in both physical and spatial tissues. This course will enhance access and connection during your massage. Learn 1. The role of fascia in animal massage. 2. What to look for. 3. Why you might not feel movement. 4. What are blocks?
5. What is unwinding?
6. What is the role of contraction?
7. How to experience what the animal feels.
Also sign up for Introduction to Kinesiology Taping and receive a $35 refund on the total ticket price!
Canine Myofascial Release