Austin, Texas (PRWEB) April 29, 2011
A detailed schedule is available at http://www.tlcschool.com/advanced-class-schedule-/
Highlights of the 2011 Advanced Clinical Training Program include:
- Postural analysis
- Deep Massage: The Lauterstein Method
- Clinical Massage protocols for all major musculo-skeletal complaints
- Skills to address psychological triggers and the resulting physical stress.
- 50-hours of training in Zero Balancing™
- 35 hours of training in acupressure and Shiatsu
- Integrative energetic and structural bodywork targeted to address root causes of pain
- National Certification qualification.
“Some schools are more medical, others more holistic. Lauterstein-Conway has been distinguished nationally, since our start in ’89, by combining these approaches in an integrated clinical training.” explains David Lauterstein, the Lauterstein-Conway Massage School co-founder and author of the books Putting the Soul Back in the Body and The Deep Massage Book (forthcoming). "Complementary and alternative medicine recognizes that there are psychological as well as physical sources of pain, tension and disease. A skillful therapist has to know how to clients’ relieve symptoms, and also how to identify and address through bodywork the causes of those symptoms.
For more information about the Advanced Clinical Training at the Lauterstein-Conway Massage School, call (512) 374-9222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A complete description of course work is available at http://www.tlcschool.com/courses-descriptions/
About the Lauterstein-Conway Massage School
Located in Austin, the Lauterstein-Conway Massage School first opened its doors in 1989. With a mission of treating others in the manner as healing as the skills they teach, co-founders, John Conway and David Lauterstein created an environment which has nurtured thousands of students into becoming practicing LMTs (licensed massage therapists). Lauterstein-Conway offers programs including the TX required 500-hr program, Advanced Clinical Training (ACT) and Continuing Education workshops.
For more information, contact visit http://www.tlcschool.com or call (512) 374-9222.