Structural Bodywork Fundamentals

Structural Bodywork Fundamentals

with Thomas Damron

May 9, 2021

Sunday, 9am-12pm & 1pm-4pm (CST)

6 CE hours - $150

*This workshop will be presented in-person and will have a max capacity of 20 students. Participants will be required to wear their masks at ALL TIMES. Please be aware this workshop is subject to change in format depending on the status of COVID health regulations at the time of the scheduled event. In the event the workshop is moved to an online format, participants will receive links and login information to join the class. 

About the Workshop:

Structural Bodywork Fundamentals is an introductory workshop aimed at the therapist who wants to learn how to include their clients in the therapeutic process. This style of bodywork views the client as an active participant and has the overarching goals of improving client awareness and increasing available options for movement.

You will walk away from this course not only with a handful of useful techniques but the thought process behind them and the critical thinking necessary to apply them effectively. A few of the topics we will cover:

  • Client history
  • Static and dynamic movement assessments
  • Direct myofascial techniques incorporating movement and breath
  • Test / retest of assessments
  • Movement and the client’s home program

The skills gained in this workshop will augment your existing skills and provide you with tools to more effectively engage and empower your clients to take an active role in their physical health both in session and at home.

About the Instructor:

Thomas Damron, LMT, NMT, ATSI, FR, COMT, CSCS, FRC, RKC  is a massage therapist, structural integration practitioner, and personal trainer in central Austin. After graduating from Lauterstein-Conway in 2015 he aggressively pursued continuing education opportunities earning certifications in Neuromuscular Therapy, Orthopedic Massage, Functional Range Release, and Structural Integration. His teaching style focuses on helping students develop the clinical reasoning, anatomical specificity, and curiosity necessary to create a sustainable and effective bodywork practice. When not working on the human movement puzzle he can be found playing upright bass in and around Austin.