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CORE I Intensive: All Purpose Recipe (Sheffield, UK)

  • Accelerate UK 629 Attercliffe Road Sheffield, England, S9 3RN United Kingdom (map)

Pre-requisite: Massage Therapy, Physiotherapy or Osteopathy Qualification

CREDITS: 14 CPDs, £297
Accelerate UK,
629 Attercliffe Road,

Contact Nicola Reed, instructor, to learn more and register.

CORE I Intensive: All Purpose Recipe is the flagship course designed and developed by Noah Steven Karrasch (SMTO Conference 2016) to provide an all purpose tecipe of CORE fascial release.

His philosophy of effective and safe Bodywork that Coaxes Order and Restores Energy offers massage therapists and other bodyworkers the opportunity to work with their clients in a new and efficient way. Practitioners conserve their own energy and find the method easier on their body while clients are empowered to take a more active role in their treatment.

CORE Bodywork facilitates change in a direct, deep and dynamic manner.

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.

About Nicola Reed

Nicola qualified as a massage therapist 22 years ago in 1995 and quickly went on to learn Sports Massage with the VAI in 1996. From there she spent 5 years teaching VTCT Sports massage for

Peterborough Regional College. She has since completed various trainings in Pregnancy Massage (2008 & 2010) and more recently Myofascial release.

Nicola's interest in CORE Fascial Release came about after meeting Noah Karrasch on his Unwinding the Spine course and started her CORE training in 2011 with CORE I and finished my training

with CORE IV in November 2017. She gained Level I Instructor at the same time.

"Myofascial release and the difference it can make to a persons wellbeing never fails to amaze me. Being able to make changes to a person's quality of life when other practitioners have failed makes

me very humble and grateful that I had the chance to discover & develop this work. Having the chance to teach others this unique form of bodywork is very exciting. The more practitioners there are that can do this work in the CORE way can only be a good thing."

- Nicola Reed, CORE I Instructor