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Walpole, ME - Neurovascular Release for Structural and Functional Balance-with Kirstin Schumaker
Monday, August 26, 2019, 9:00 AM to Wednesday, August 28, 2019, 5:00 PM PDT
Category: National CE Courses


August 26th-28th, 2019

9 AM - 5 PM 


Walpole, ME USA


CE Course: $650 Early Bird
$750 after June 3rd

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Neurovascular Release for Structural and Functional Balance  

Instructor: Kirstin Schumaker 

Organizational Host: Anatomy Trains

 21 CES Category 1 Credits

Course Description:

Neurovascular release techniques for the nerves and arteries of the neck, chest, and “roots of the arms,” including brachial plexus, dura, vagus and phrenic nerves, internal thoracic artery, vertebral and carotid arteries, and arteries to shoulder muscles and lungs. Learn a neurovascular approach to helping your client or patient who has a forward head posture and an injury history that has left lingering movement restrictions. Helpful for old whiplash injuries and problems that haven’t resolved with other manual therapy techniques.Who is this workshop for? Please note: This class is for clinically oriented manual therapists (PTs/physiotherapists, chiropractors, and highly trained massage therapists). Structural Integrators – check out Kirstin’s NVR-SI classes!

Instructor Bio: 

Kirstin Schumaker is able to help clients find long-lasting relief from pain, discover life-changing improvements in posture, and ultimately move through life with greater energy and ease. She offers a gentle and specific approach to Anatomy Trains Structural Integration through her specialization in neurofascial release. (In 2006, she began studying manipulation of peripheral nerves with Christoph Sommer. Since then she has also studied with Don Hazen and assisted Jon Martine in teaching neurofascial work). Her own kinesthetic understanding of the body has developed through participation in martial arts, a variety of sports, and diverse physical work experiences. Her current exercise interests are yoga, contact improvisation, and ecstatic dance, and she appreciates watching all forms of dance and movement.