Dalton's muscle energy and myofascial mobilization techniques offer the pain-management bodyworker, sports therapist and structural integrator "Certified Myoskeletal Therapist" credentials that set them apart in the eyes of clients and referrals.
"Yeah , well that is not a complete success. yes they did say 50 % of 24 CE;s need to be hands on, so now I get people calling me to see if they can take only 12 hours of a 3 - 4 day seminar. How ridiculous is this. Of course the answer is NO! We…"
I'm assuming that you are the creator of this website. Am I right? Received an invite in my "suspect mail" and decided to check it out. Looks good and sounds like a wonderful idea. I live in Hyannis, MA on Cape Cod. Summer is just about over here and I'm interested in doing some more continuing ed. Infant massage and lymphatic drainage are two modalities I'm especially interested in. Can anyone recommend good teachers in the MA, CT, RI area? Vermont or New Hampshire will also work for me. I'd love to go back to Bali someday or Costa Rica but can't swing it now. Thanks for the website and invite!