Body Mobilization Techniques
with Marc Frazier & Jake Lauterstein
Sunday, April 19, 2020
10am to 6pm
7CEs - $165
About the Workshop:
Body Mobilization Techniques (BMT’s) combine explorative body mobilization and massage to restore clients’ movement range and ease. These techniques provide valuable feedback for both client and therapist. The experience provides the client with information about their own movement possibilities, tension patterns, and restrictions, in the same manner and time as it is released. BMT’s allow the therapist to assess and address tissue quality simultaneously.
- Interrupt the pain~spasm~pain cycle
- Establish pain free range of motion
- Improve joint range through gentle “distracted” stretching
- Identify limiting factors
- Allow for palpation of muscle imbalance and relief of chronic spasticity
- Help normalize and desensitize clients somatic experience of painful areas
- Facilitate therapist and client cooperation
- Allow for the release of deeply “held” tension
With BMT’s, movement is the message as well as the goal. When you confidently move your clients body during massage you are truly speaking the body’s language. Movement decreases the “invasiveness” of certain massage techniques, and increases their therapeutic effectiveness.
BMT’s are the perfect addition to your SPORTS MASSAGE techniques! Ensuring pain free range of motion can reduce injuries and increase performance. They can be done through the clothes without sacrificing any effectiveness, making them ideal for on-site pre and post event massage. Athletes and those who like to move will benefit greatly from BMT’s.
Body Mobilization Techniques are an integral part of the 500 hour licensing program taught here at Lauterstein~Conway Massage School and Clinic. For those of you who have already studied BMT’s at TLC, this workshop will review and deepen your understanding and utility of many of the techniques you’ve already seen, AND We will also be introducing “NEW” BMT’s, not taught within the 500 hour program!
About the Instructor
Marc Frazier,LMT has been a personal trainer for over 35 years and a massage therapist for 20 years. During that time, he has worked extensively in sports massage and clinical settings. He has travelled with numerous teams and is one of the most valued clinical massage and training resources in the Central Texas. His passion is functional anatomy, massage therapy, and their successful clinical application in helping people improve both their structure and functional health.
Jake Lauterstein LMT, MTI, graduated from the 500-hour Massage Therapy Training Program at Lauterstein-Conway in 2013, and the 250-hour Advanced Program in 2015. Jake has been a Teacher Assistant and Instructor in the 500-hour program since 2015. His multi-faceted and creative approach to education encourages students to follow their curiosity, gain confidence in their technique, and develop their clinical expertise. His post-graduate education has included the study of modalities such as Zero Balancing, Shiatsu, Clinical Deep Tissue, and Hawaiian Temple ‘LomiLomi’ Bodywork, among others. He currently teaches Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Sports Massage, Deep Massage the Lauterstein Method, Orthopedic Massage, Anatomy, Physiology, Kinesiology, and Pathology in the 500-hour program. His background prior to massage therapy was in Humanities and World Music (BA, U of Oregon, 2013). As the son of TLC School Co-Director, David Lauterstein, Jake is honored to be continuing the tradition of deep learning and community found at TLC.