CORE Myofascial Therapy I – Segment 1 of Certification Program

CORE Myofascial Therapy I or Segment 1 of the Certification Program

with George P. Kousaleos

Fri-Sun, April 5-7

9:00am - 6:00pm

$525** - 24 CE’s

**SAVE $100 if you register by March 15 - ONLY $425**

Save your spot with $200 non-refundable deposit.

What is CORE Myofascial Therapy?

About the Workshop:

CORE Myofascial Therapy is a course authored by George P. Kousaleos, founder of the CORE Institute, in Tallahassee, FL. The program focuses on intermediate training in structural integration techniques that improve the structural alignment of the human body while advancing functional abilities, respiration, flexibility, and reducing chronic pain. CORE Myofascial Therapists are taught client-education strategies that support the goals of the work while increasing the client/patient’s neuro-somatic awareness.

The program is divided into two 3-day segments, with CORE Myo I (April 5-7) focusing on full-body techniques and treatment protocols, and with CORE Myo II (May 3-5) focusing on specific treatments for key regions of the body. Core Myofascial Therapy I is offered as an individual workshop or with Core Myofascial Therapy II as the first segment of the full Core Myofascial Certification Program.

Click here for more info on CORE Myo II or here for CORE Myo Certification Program.

CERTIFICATION in CORE Myofascial Therapy requires the full 48 hours.*

CORE Myo 1 presents information on -

  • the theory and history of structural integration
  • the anatomy and physiology of fascia
  • body-reading strategies
  • specific benefits of myofascial and structural therapies

The clinical protocols include full-body application of myofascial spreading, arthrokinetic joint techniques, detailed cervical, cranial, and facial techniques, and strategies for stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system while improving neuro-somatic awareness.

About the Instructor:

George P. Kousaleos, LMT, NCTMB, founded the CORE Institute in Tallahassee, Florida in 1990.  He is a renowned international teacher in the disciplines of Structural Integration, Myofascial Therapy and Sports & Performance Bodywork. George was the founding Chair of the National Certification Council and also served as an officer and trustee of the Massage Therapy Research Foundation. He served as the General Manager of the 1996 British Olympic Preparation Camp Sports Massage Team and was the Co-Director of the Athens Health Services Sports Massage Team for the 2004 Athens Olympics and Paralympics. He has taught continuing education courses to over 5,000 massage therapists in the U.S., Canada, England, Scotland, Ireland, Sweden, Spain, Germany, Greece and Australia.

George is currently the Director of Sports Bodywork for the XPE Sports NFL Combine Prep and serves as the Director of Sports Bodywork for the Florida State University Football Team.