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Choosing a modality
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Hi,I have a few questions regarding further training into other certifications and modalities.Which certifications/modalities do you currently have?Do you find them relevant in your daily…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mattias Crispién May 17.

 

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Mattias Crispién replied to K's discussion Choosing a modality
May 17
Therese Schwartz replied to K's discussion Choosing a modality
"I don't have certifications but I have extensive training in CranioSacral Therapy, Myofascial Techniques (Til Lucau's work), and massage.  I have taken Visceral Manipulation and Lympatic Drainage classes. All of these are relevant…"
May 16
Mattias Crispién replied to K's discussion Choosing a modality
"Great thread it'd help me as well.."
May 12
Gordon J. Wallis replied to K's discussion Choosing a modality
"There are are many different directions to go, when it comes to modalities. There are even modalities within modalities. I've now, after all these years, created my own modality with its own unique assessment and procedures that are really…"
Apr 5
Pueppi Texas replied to K's discussion Choosing a modality
"Hi,That is a lot of information to gather in one thread, but I will do my best!  Which certifications/modalities do you currently have?Certs:    1) Klose Training - Vodder Technique of Manual Lymphatic Drainage   2)…"
Mar 24
K replied to Gordon J. Wallis's discussion A typical experience
"Thanks for the replies! It really is too bad that more attention isn't given to effective techniques like trigger points.  I will definitely look into Muscolino. Any other massage related books you can recommend?"
Mar 23
K replied to Gordon J. Wallis's discussion A typical experience
"Are trigger points the primary technique for most RMTs here?"
Mar 23
K replied to Erika Han's discussion Cannibas oil massage
"Cannabis can help with pain relief when applied topically, usually as an oil. Depending on where you live, I am sure there will be all sorts of red tape and legalities surrounding its use."
Mar 21
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Choosing a modality

Hi,I have a few questions regarding further training into other certifications and modalities.Which certifications/modalities do you currently have?Do you find them relevant in your daily practice?Any courses you wish you would not have taken?Do you charge your clients extra to use any of these techniques?What modalities do you prefer?There are a lot of options and I would like to determine which are have been more beneficial or useful for other therapists.Thanks!See More
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