A cookie-cutter model may work well for baking, but the one-size-fits-all approach falls short when it comes to understanding human function and dysfunction. In this fascinating presentation, renowned educator Erik Dalton, explores the work of some of the pioneers in manual therapy including Judith Aston, Serge Gracovetsky, Gil Hedley, Jerry Hesch, Kai Hodeck, Robert Irvin, Craig Liebenson, Til Luchau, Aaron Mattes, Divo Müller, Thomas Myers, Aline Newton, Art Riggs, Robert Schleip, James Waslaski and Adjo Zorn. He’ll examine the 'guts' of their work and how massage therapists and movement therapists can immediately benefit from their work.
Renowned myoskeletal therapist Erik Dalton, Ph.D., shares a broad therapeutic background in massage, Rolfing, and manipulative osteopathy in his entertaining and innovative pain-management workshops, books, and videos. Dalton is executive director of the Freedom From Pain Institute, developer of the Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques, and author of Dynamic Body: Exploring Form, Expanding Function. Visit ErikDalton.com to read Dalton’s internationally published articles and find information about his workshops