Cadaver Class at Texas State
with Marc Frazier
Sun, July 14 or Sun, July 21
(Select the date on the Registration Form)
9am - 4:30pm
7 CEs - $185
There will be an additional charge for parking at Texas State University.
Learn and see the actual tissues you are working with!
There are TWO different dates for the same workshop (7/14/19 & 7/21/19). Because of the demand, therapists can register for one or the other, not for both workshops. Class-size for each is limited to 25 participants. To participate in this class you must be a licensed massage therapist or an advanced massage student with at least 400 hours of training, a physical therapist, Chiropractor, or MD. To complete your registration, you MUST include your license number on the registration form.
Exact location will be provided once your registration is confirmed due to the sensitive nature of this workshop.
Walk-ins are NOT allowed under ANY circumstances.
About this Workshop:
Due to the graciousness of Texas State University, Lauterstein-Conway Massage School is being admitted to the Cadaver lab at Texas State University.
There you will benefit from a "prosection". You will be able to look and feel (with protective gloves on) the muscles and fascia of a number of already dissected cadavers. See the iliopsoas, the deep suboccipital muscles, how the nerves and muscles relate, and so much more! There is nothing like seeing it and feeling it!
We are delighted to offer you this opportunity. Each class is limited to 25 participants and requires the full tuition ($185).
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.