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For therapists who wish to educate themselves on the reflexive therapy of the connective tissue.
Location: Melbourne, Fl
Latest Activity: Apr 1
Started by Patricia M. Donohue LMT, NCBTMB Jul 19, 2010.
My name is Dale Perry and am a massage therapist practicing and teaching Bindegewebs for the past 20 years. I learned from Heida Brenneke who was a student of Dicke. Love to hear from you and maybe we can talk about how to further promote Bindegewebs.
I wanted to notify you if you were planing to attend my workshop in Kentucky.. I had to change the dates from April 29 & 30 to May19 & 20. We are still having it at the Fairfield Inn & Suite in Lexington,9am-5pm both days. If you need additional information on the event..please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Myofascial Release and Rolfing are also connective tissue massage, but their approach is more manual, in terms of working with the fascia. With Bindegewebsmassage, you let the body do the work by activating the reflexes. As we move into work further from the spine, the reflexive response lessons. One reason to always do the full basic before moving into arms or legs.
Someone told me that Ida Rolf went to Germany and received a series of Binde before she developed Rolfing. Anyone know if that is true?
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