Important updates to Saskatchewan massage therapy regulation
The Manupractic Institute will be offering two two day workshops in Manupractic massage in Edmonton, AB in January 2019. Manupractic massage is an offshoot of Esalen massage and is a blend of Esalen massage with modern American massage techniques. The techniques taught in these two workshops will be a unique and useful addition to your practice. The courses are $400 plus $20 gst each. Manupractic massage is a recognized modality by the NHPC. The instructor, Lincoln Lau, is a Certified Esalen Massage Practitioner and completed his Esalen massage training at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. The courses are:
Manupractic Massage Module 1 Techniques in Prone Position - Saturday and Sunday, January 26 and 27, 2019 9am to 6pm - Edmonton, AB
Manupractic Massage Module 2 Techniques in Supine Position - Monday and Tuesday, January 28 and 29, 2019 9am to 6pm - Edmonton, AB
If you would like to register for these courses, you can either register by email or regular mail.
To register by email, send your personal information to email@example.com and include your name, mailing address, phone number, email address and which course and date you are registering for. Payment can be made by e-transfer to this email address. For e-transfer password requirement, please make the answer - massage - all in lower case letters.
To register by regular mail, send your personal information to:
Manupractic Institute695 Kildare Avenue EastWinnipeg, MB, R2C 0P9
Include your name, mailing address, phone number, email address and which course and date you are registering for. Include a cheque made out to: Manupractic Institute
Once the registration is received by us, I will email you back confirmation and course location.
Manupractic massage is an eclectic blend of techniques and principles from various disciplines, including Esalen massage, modern American massage techniques, Hawaiian lomi lomi massage and Thai yoga massage. Despite its varied roots, Manupractic massage can be distinguished by the type of strokes it uses to connect and unify the entire body. Another important aspect of this therapy is the approach taken toward each client as a whole person, not as separate parts to be manipulated. Unlike outcome goals in other forms of massage, the practitioner’s primary goal in this approach is not the removal of localized pain or tension, though this is typically accomplished. Instead, the aim is usually to induce deep relaxation, integrate mind and body, and enhance total body awareness.
For more information, please visit www.manupractic.com