Myofascial Release Certificate (9 days study) is the basis for the Advanced Myofascial Release Diploma (a minimum of 14 days study). Myofascial Release techniques are an invaluable addition to any therapists took-kit. If you have patients with physical issues you can’t get to the bottom of, then this course is for you. Myofascial Release is considered the missing link in bodywork therapies. These simple, yet extremely effective techniques will revolutionise your practice and therefore increase your client base. Enrol on this course and you will not look back! As one student said:
These invaluable techniques revolutionised my clinical work and I gained get better results faster and repeat custom increased enormously. I have not looked back since I enrolled on the Myofascial Release Diploma. I appreciate the clear and thorough way you taught the techniques.Liz Waite.
These amazingly effective techniques equip you to deal with chronic injuries at their root. Learn to deal with the physical as well as emotional component of injury. For patients who feel they have tried everything myofascial release can bring them profound pain relief, increased mobility and therefore a greater sense of well-being. As a result of enrolling on this course your practice will build from word of mouth alone.
The Myofascial Release Certificate gives you a thorough understanding of the importance of full body treatment and the integration of myofascial release techniques into your current practice. You will learn a multitude of techniques, both direct and indirect that cannot fail to enhance your current working practice. Bring fast, long lasting results to your patients on a physical, emotional and energetic level and therefore enjoy the rewards of a busier clinic.
Fascia is the most abundant tissue in the body. It is a continuous 3D web of connective tissue which infuses, supports and surrounds all organs and tissues within the body. Fascia is our shock absorber. Due to the connective nature of fascia, one restriction may lead to another, pulling the body out of alignment and creating compensatory patterns. As a result, this may cause postural disturbances, pain, repetitive strain type injuries, and other pathologies. Learn to effectively release fascial restrictions and the body’s holding patterns. Bring profound pain relief and increase mobility. As a result of gaining better clinical results, your practice will build. Leave with the skills to free up fascial restrictions, increase lymphatic and cardio-vascular flow, and enhance health and well-being in your patients.
The cyto-skeleton has a fascial component, so once you are familiar with these techniques you can have an impact at a cellular level. You can therefore enhance a patient’s health at a cellular level.
We train you the therapist to quiet your mind and hold the space to enable you to safely and effectively facilitate the release of the emotional component of injury. This missing component of bodywork has a profound impact on patient’s health and well-being. As Peter Levine said.
Until we understand that traumatic symptoms are physiological as well as psychological, we will be woefully inadequate in our attempts to heal them.Peter Levine - Waking The Tiger.
Who’s the course for?
Here at SoB we have trained Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Massage Therapists and Chiropractors in myofascial techniques. All these modalities now use this profound work to reduce pain and increase mobility. Heath and well-being can be enhanced on an emotional and physical level. To deepen your understanding of Myofascial Release more details can be found HERE:
About the course.
Entry Requirement: level 3 A&P pre-requisite. A professional qualification in bodywork, yoga or pilates preferred.
Information about techniques taught on all three levels is HERE.
The Myofascial Release Certificate is broken down into 3 manageable chunks. With time between each for you to consolidate skills and integrate the techniques into your current practice. You can spread the time between each level that suits you, so the Certificate does not have to be completed in one year. Many students like to have more time between each module to consolidate their skills and it is up to the individual as to what suits.
Foundation Level: 3 days: 10-5pm. 21 CPD points
Intermediate Level: 3 days: 10-5pm. 21 CPD points
Accomplished Level: 3 days: 10-5pm. 21 CPD points
Myofascial Release Certificate to be completed before attending advanced training to complete the Advanced Myofascial Release Diploma.
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Myofascial Release Certificate.
Foundation Level: £320, 21 CPD points
Thu-Sat January 24th-26th 2019
Intermediate Level:£320, 21 CPD points
Thu-Sat 14th-16th March 2019
Accomplished Level: £320, 21 CPD points
Wed-Fri 24-26th April 2019
Then continue on to the Advanced Myofascial Release Diploma.
Repeat a level for HALF price. A great way to receive training at a fraction of the cost.
In order to complete the 14 day advanced diploma and be entered for the exam you will need attend all 3 levels. Plus a minimum of 5 advanced study days of your choice. Case studies and a record diary are also required. More details.
Fees are non-refundable. If a minimum of 4 weeks notice is given the fee can be transferred onto another course. Your fee will confirm your place on the course and therefore your commitment to training.
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I feel very enlightened and I’m looking forward to using the techniques. I will be back soon for more training. With thanks.Paul Jones.
Since I completed the Myofascial Diploma at the School of Bodywork my work schedule has been so busy. I remember Emma warning us that this would happen; however I didn’t realise just how successful my business would become. My treatments have excelled forward with the results I’m achieving. I was working as a mobile therapist. But I have now opened up a clinic to save travelling time and allow me more time to cater for the demand. I would definitely recommend the Myofascial Release Diploma if you are looking for techniques to really boost your treatments with positive results and therefore expand your business.Julie O’Neill from mobile therapist to clinic…
The Myofacsial Release Diploma totally transformed my practice with an abundance of new clients and techniques from foundation level on-wards. Thank-you for your wisdom and insights.Helen Watts.
Emma thank you SO much for all your hard work and patience on our course. You are an inspiration, and I am so glad to have had you as my teacher. Thank-you.Jo Neusinger.
An amazing course, with an excellent teacher. I definitely want to take it to the next level.Kaya Woods.
Thank you so much for teaching the Myofascial Release Diploma course. All three levels were amazing and you are a fabulous teacher! I learnt so much and released so much!! I love your style of teaching and look forward to doing more courses with you.Gail Gabriel.
I received my exam results and certificate for the Myofascial Release Diploma in the post today. I am very happy with the result and particularly impressed with the feedback. It was extremely fair criticism and very helpful. I have never had such observant feedback of my performance, and this confirms my confidence in your tutoring at the School of Bodywork and the APNT examining board.Jon Stocks.
I think you’ve got the balance close to perfect and I loved all the hands on work. Very please to have commenced the Myofascial Release Diploma.BG
An excellent course, I loved it. I am tired but not overloaded. A very good balance. Thank you.Tanya Roland Small.
“Having recently been introduced to the MFR techniques what I have quickly ascertained is that MFR really enables me to problem solve for clients. The very first client I had came with shoulder injuries / rotator cuff problems. Whilst massage has been very good, MFR has enabled me to have even better results. In cases completely removing the pain. I love the way MFR is so subtle and non invasive but the results are amazing. I am a beginner with these techniques, however, I already know they will be a fundamental part of how I treat. I already integrate them into my treatments and I cannot wait to finish my diploma so I can use it on its own!”Sam M