Nancy Dail is the author of Kinesiology for Manual Therapies. In 1974 she began her career combining acupuncture, massage and Aikido. She founded her school, one of the foremost in the U.S., the Downeast School of Massage, in Maine in 1981.
Anytime you have the opportunity to learn from someone with 40 years of therapeutic experience and over 30 years as a teacher, it is a rare chance – one not to be missed!.
She has taught clinical massage and sports massage in Russia as well as all over the U.S.. She has worked at the Olympics, presented for 8 years at the Boston Complementary Medicine Symposium, and is a founding member of the National Sports Massage Team.
Ms. Dail is nationally recognized for her approach to manual therapy called “Dimensional Massage.” In the “Dimensional Massage” classes she shows participants how to combine deep tissue strokes specially designed to balance joints, knowledgeably addressing ALL the muscles that produce or oppose the actions of the involved joints.
Participants in these classes learn how to analyze posture and how repetitive holding patterns affect soft tissue response.
She will present in-depth illustrated lectures on anatomy and kinesiology clearly showing the involvement of chronic structural issues and dysfunctional movement patterns, trigger points, and referred pain patterns for the focus areas. Then Nancy will show and guide workshop participants through lots of advanced techniques and hands-on practice of DMT on specific muscles especially in the neck and upper extremities, taking into account the unique structure of the individual client.
Learn from Nancy Dail at the Dimensional Massage for Neck and Upper Extremity Pain workshop on April 17-19. CLICK HERE to register today!