Be sure to check out the Word Massage Conference Vault today. It’s an epic collection of more than 400 video-based massage classes. There are only three days left before the vault closes and the offer comes off the site for good.
Here are some of the classes you can enjoy live online today at World Massage Conference…
The Mentorship Circle with Melanie Hayden
Watch: Thursday, March 15, 2018, 10 am ET (What time in your time zone?)
Participating in a peer Mentorship Circle is a great opportunity to increase the vitality and excellence of your massage practice in a fun and inspiring way. This proven model of peer mentoring creates a supportive and non-judgmental environment where sharing personal and professional joys and challenges can help you increase the success of your practice. In this workshop you will learn and practice methods to create your own successful peer Mentorship Circle where the experience and expertise of your fellow practitioners will keep you informed, inspired and excited about your massage practice.
Reclaiming Your Body’s Inner Wisdom System with Suzanne Scurlock-Durana
Watch: Thursday, March 15, 2018, 1 pm ET (What time in your time zone?)
In today’s world we all need full access to our inner and outer resources in order to survive and thrive with the daily demands we face. This presentation introduces the six body wisdom areas, the body myths that keep us from accessing these areas, as well as a process for allowing the deep wisdom of the body to inform and help us navigate in our living, working, healing and relating in the world. Coming to respect and listen to this body wisdom as the ground of our knowing helps us rediscover our innate spirituality and to develop our emotional intelligence.
Orthopedic Assessment and TX Planning for Back Pain with Whitney Lowe
Watch: Thursday, March 15, 2018, 9 pm ET (What time in your time zone?)
Low back pain is one of the most frequent and challenging musculoskeletal conditions that massage therapists will face in the clinic. While the condition is very common, identifying the specific cause of pain continues to pose challenges for clinicians in every field. The fact that pain can exist without tissue damage and tissue damage can occur without pain makes identifying the specific cause of low back pain very difficult. In this session we will take a look at several common causes of back pain, key factors to identify potential causes, and how to plan appropriate treatment.