Deep Massage – The Lauterstein Method
Deep Massage – The Lauterstein Method is a unique approach to structural and energetic bodywork. David Lauterstein developed this originally at the Chicago School of Massage Therapy in 1983 and has been refining and teaching it worldwide ever since. This method integrates both the art and the science of bodywork, with roots in the traditions of Rolfing, Myofascial Release, Cranio-sacral therapy, and Zero Balancing.
There will be a high level of attention paid to your “getting” the work in your hands and heart—so your clients will feel immediate and deeper benefit.
Students in this deep massage therapy continuing education workshop in Costa Rica will learn 25 powerful soft tissue “fulcrums” for the back, shoulders, neck, cranium, pelvis, legs, front torso, and arms. They will also learn all the basic theory of Deep Massage including an integrated structure-energy model, the working signs of mindbody healing, and how to create soft tissue fulcrums. Time permitting, David will also be sharing some demos, discussion and a few techniques drawn from Zero Balancing, which focus on the skeletal (and energetic) side of the muscle-skeletal system.
Deep Massage qualifies for 25 NCBTMB Approved Continuing Education Units Total