Keep your career moving forward with Austin's finest massage continuing education!
The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School and Clinic is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider. Our school is the only massage school in Austin approved as a NCBTMB continuing education approved provider.
With questions, please contact the Workshop Registrar at (512) 374-9222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
-2019 Workshop Calendar-
Certification Training in Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) with Nicola McGill - FULL! Click here for wait-list information.
Tues - Sun, Oct 1-6
When skillfully applied, this therapeutic form of soft-tissue mobilization dramatically enhances lymph formation and promotes drainage within the superficial and deep systems of the lymph vascular network. During this course, students will be instructed in anatomy and physiology of the lymphatic system. Basic MLD treatment sequences as well as MLD treatment sequences for mild, medically uncomplicated upper and lower extremity lymphedema will be demonstrated and practiced.
Sunday, Oct 13
Mindbody Acupressure Symptom Relief. This course teaches an effective local-distal technique and acupressure points to relieve joint pain, seasonal allergies, and headaches. Learn effective acupressure techniques to enhance your existing practice. Acupressure combines easily with massage and other modalities. This acupressure style treats children and adults. You will practice qigong breathing exercises to open awareness to the energy field and utilize this skill in working with others.
Sat, Oct 19
These muscular structures support the core--they are integral to maintaining balance, structural alignment, ease of breathing, mobility, and the ability to function without lower back pain. In the morning, you will learn specific, potent, and effective Deep Tissue techniques to release the iliopsoas, QL, iliocostalis, and serratus posterior inferior.
Sun, Oct 20
One of the elements commonly missing when working with back injuries is a better understanding of, and ability to specifically palpate, the terrain of the low back and sacrum, particularly connective tissue structures like the various supporting ligaments. These ligaments are every bit as important as the muscles, bones, and fascia, but are often overlooked by massage therapists, chiropractors, and physical therapists.
Oncology Massage Therapy: Caring for Clients with Cancer with Cindy Gillan of Tracy Walton & Assoc - FULL! Click here for wait-list information.
Thurs - Sun, Oct 24 - 27
As the role of massage therapy in cancer care expands, it is an exciting time to provide oncology massage. In this intensive course, we combine the art and practice of touch to create safe, effective massage sessions for clients with cancer and cancer histories. In a lively, supportive learning environment, participants learn simple, concrete ways to adapt massage to cancer and cancer treatment.
Sat- Sun, Nov 2-3
This two-day training will prepare practitioners to effectively utilize the traditional therapy known as cupping and GuaSha. Cupping is a medical practice where cups are placed on parts of the body to create a suction effect which raises the skin and draws the blood to the surface. From Olympic athletes, to clients with acute or chronic tension, cupping is a highly sought-after therapy for its unique and profound effects.
Sun, Nov 10
There is more to chronic knee pain than merely “tight” quads or hamstrings. The knee is a load-bearing joint between the longest bones in the body. Both its structure and function are greatly affected by the mechanical relationships between the hips, ankles, and feet. The knee also reflects the way the weight of the pelvis and trunk are supported and carried by the lower limbs. Learn more...
Fri - Sun, Nov 15-17
The Structural Essential series is a set of intensive soft-tissue technique courses divided into functional regions. Combining movement and manual techniques for the most efficient and long-lasting results, and using the latest research on the interaction between skeleton, muscles, joints, and fascial proprioceptors, this series of workshops will take you to a new level in therapy.
Sunday, Dec 8
One of the most important benefits a therapist can provide is very effective work with the neck and with thoracic outlet syndrome. At least one out of four clients will present with symptoms of neuromuscular neck pain. The good news is massage therapy - when the therapist is thoroughly familiar with the anatomy of the anterior and posterior neck as well as techniques for all these muscles - is often the most efficacious response to this pain and tension syndrome.
Monday, Dec 16
The Core Zero Balancing: Advancing Skills Day class will enhance the process of learning Zero Balancing, sharpen the skills of those who have not taken courses recently, and develop relationships among ZB practitioners. Student questions shape the lessons, and the format may include presentations, demonstrations, touch feedback and session swaps. All of the students have taken at a minimum Core ZB1. This class was formerly called "Review Day."
The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School and Clinic has proudly trained Austin’s Massage Therapists since 1989 as Austin’s premier massage school. Join the legacy and put your career into your hands today.