Conducted by Pam Martin, Level I CORE Instructor
1-2 December 2018
9am - 6pm
CREDITS: 16 CPDs
CLASS FEES: £225
Early bird enroll by 31 Oct £195
CORE I Intensive: Technique — CORE I focuses on the basic ideas of the CORE Philosophy of good, safe deep tissue bodywork: assess, learn to access the correct layer of resistance, create movements and breath work for the client, and integrate any and all work done. We also cover intention, the psoas muscle, kinesiology lines of fascia, appropriate stretching cues and focus on the CORE® one session recipe, which we also observe, practice on each other, and on a client. Added recently: skin and superficial fascia dissection DVD with Gil Hedley. There is no pre requisite for CORE I — any massage therapist (and many lay people) with curiosity can benefit from this class.
CORE I and II are pre-requisite to learning the CORE III and IV five series of five sessions.
About Pamela Martin BSc DARM CST RMT
Pam has over 20 years experience of working with individuals and groups to restore balance and relieve pain.
Pam first trained with the Scottish Massage Schools following the birth of her first daughter in 1996. Pam is a qualified Advanced Remedial and Sports Massage Therapist, CranioSacral Therapist, Trauma Release Provider and CORE Fascial Release Instructor. She also holds qualifications in Psychotherapy, NLP, Breathwork and Developmental Genetics.
Her fascination for fascia started with CranioSacral Therapy in 2001 and since then she has attended workshops with some of the world leaders including Tom Myers, George P Kousaleos, Robert Schleip and Noah Steven Karrasch. Her first course with Noah was in 2009 which was quickly followed by CORE II in 2010. In 2013 she completed CORE III and became the only practitioner in Scotland to offer the 5 series protocol designed and developed by Noah.
In offering this CORE workshop she shares her wealth of experience inspired by her recent 10-day training with Noah in Crete.
For more information and to enroll, please contact Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org.