Seattle WA, Lower Body 16 CEU
Jun
2
to Jun 3

Seattle WA, Lower Body 16 CEU

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T., M.M.L.T.-i

16 CEs

Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT reduces hypertonicity in muscles and fascia and can immediately activate those muscles that aren't doing their job with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Learn about the physiology behind this unique technique and leave with a good understanding of the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Including Glutes, hip flexors, protocols for knee injuries and dysfunction as well as working with the feet in a way you have never done before!  Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

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Denver, CO MLT Lower Body 16 CEU
Jun
9
to Jun 10

Denver, CO MLT Lower Body 16 CEU

  • 3101 Walnut St. Suite 200 Denver, CO 80205 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T., M.M.L.T.-i

16 CEs

Join us in the vibrant and growing RiNo District in beautiful Denver CO!

Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT reduces hypertonicity in muscles and fascia and can immediately re-activate those muscles that aren't doing their job. All with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Learn about the physiology behind this unique technique and leave with a good understanding of the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Including Glutes, hip flexors, protocols for knee injuries and dysfunction as well as working with the feet in a way you have never done before!  Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

 Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Gainesville FL, MLT Upper Body 16 CE
Jun
16
to Jun 17

Gainesville FL, MLT Upper Body 16 CE

  • ReQuest Physical Therapy (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

16 CE's

Instructor: Ricky Ray L.M.T. , M.M.L.T.-i

Access gentle and quick techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more. You'll learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

You will access the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will also learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  This investment in your career can literally make it last longer. One of the many unique abilities of M.L.T.!

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College Station, TX Upper Body 16CE
Jul
7
to Jul 8

College Station, TX Upper Body 16CE

16 CE's

Instructor: Ricky Ray L.M.T. , M.M.L.T.-i

Access gentle and quick techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more. You'll learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

You will access the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will also learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  This investment in your career can literally make it last longer. One of the many unique abilities of M.L.T.!

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Seattle, WA MLT Upper Body 16 CE's
Aug
4
to Aug 5

Seattle, WA MLT Upper Body 16 CE's

16 CE's

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T. , M.M.L.T.-i

Access gentle and quick techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more. You'll learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

You will access the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will also learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  This investment in your career can literally make it last longer. One of the many unique abilities of M.L.T.!

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Gainesville, FL MLT Lower Body 16 CEU
Sep
15
to Sep 16

Gainesville, FL MLT Lower Body 16 CEU

  • ReQuest Physical Therapy (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Ricky Ray L.M.T., M.M.L.T.-i

16 CEs

Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT reduces hypertonicity in muscles and fascia and can immediately activate those muscles that aren't doing their job with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Learn about the physiology behind this unique technique and leave with a good understanding of the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Including Glutes, hip flexors, protocols for knee injuries and dysfunction as well as working with the feet in a way you have never done before!  Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

 Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Seattle, WA Lower Body 16 CE's
Nov
3
to Nov 4

Seattle, WA Lower Body 16 CE's

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T., M.M.L.T.-i

16 CEs

Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT reduces hypertonicity in muscles and fascia and can immediately activate those muscles that aren't doing their job with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Learn about the physiology behind this unique technique and leave with a good understanding of the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Including Glutes, hip flexors, protocols for knee injuries and dysfunction as well as working with the feet in a way you have never done before!  Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

 Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Gainesville FL, MLT Upper Body 16 CE's
Mar
3
to Mar 4

Gainesville FL, MLT Upper Body 16 CE's

16 CE's

Instructor: Ricky Ray L.M.T. , M.M.L.T.-i

Access gentle and quick techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more. You'll learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

You will access the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will also learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  This investment in your career can literally make it last longer. One of the many unique abilities of M.L.T.!

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Denver, CO MLT Upper Body
Feb
3
to Feb 4

Denver, CO MLT Upper Body

16 CE's

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T. , M.M.L.T.-i

Access gentle and quick techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more. You'll learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

You will access the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will also learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  This investment in your career can literally make it last longer. One of the many unique abilities of M.L.T.!

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Columbus Ohio, Upper Body 16 CE's
Dec
9
to Dec 10

Columbus Ohio, Upper Body 16 CE's

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth, L.M.T. , M.M.L.T.-i

Access gentle and quick techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more. You'll learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

You will access the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will also learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  This investment in your career can literally make it last longer. One of the many unique abilities of M.L.T.!

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Seattle, WA MLT Upper Body 16 CE's
Nov
11
to Nov 12

Seattle, WA MLT Upper Body 16 CE's

  • The Vital Energy Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

16 CE's

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T. , M.M.L.T.-i

Access gentle and quick techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more. You'll learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

You will access the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will also learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  This investment in your career can literally make it last longer. One of the many unique abilities of M.L.T.!

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Birmingham, AL MLT Lower Body 16 CEu's
Nov
11
to Nov 12

Birmingham, AL MLT Lower Body 16 CEu's

Instructor: Ricky Ray L.M.T., M.M.L.T.-i

16 CEs

Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT reduces hypertonicity in muscles and fascia and can immediately activate those muscles that aren't doing their job with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Learn about the physiology behind this unique technique and leave with a good understanding of the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Including Glutes, hip flexors, protocols for knee injuries and dysfunction as well as working with the feet in a way you have never done before!  Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

 Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Seattle, WA MLT Lower Body CE's
Jul
22
to Jul 23

Seattle, WA MLT Lower Body CE's

  • The Vital Energy Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T., M.M.L.T.-i

16 CEs

Be good to your body and learn how to address the muscular and fascial systems with Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT). Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT reduces hypertonicity in muscles and fascia and can immediately activate those muscles that aren't doing their job with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Research has revealed ligaments play significant role in pain / dysfunction. MLT is the one of the few techniques that recognizes this fact, while most other therapies normally address the muscles and tendons. With this advantage, MLT is often able to resolve both simple and difficult injuries and pathologies, quickly, with little or no discomfort to the recipient.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and  on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Gainesville FL, MLT Upper Body 16CE's
Jul
15
to Jul 16

Gainesville FL, MLT Upper Body 16CE's

  • ReQuest Physical Therapy (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

16 CE's

Instructor: Ricky Ray L.M.T. , M.M.L.T.-i

Access gentle and quick techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more. You'll learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

You will access the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will also learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  This investment in your career can literally make it last longer. One of the many unique abilities of M.L.T.!

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Los Angeles, CA Introduction to MLT
Jul
8
12:00 PM12:00

Los Angeles, CA Introduction to MLT

  • 44130 N. Division St Lancaster CA 93535 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Tom Benson

4 CE's

Give your therapy style a boost in efficacy and efficiency with Manual Ligament Therapy. This 4-hour introductory class is a glimpse into the world where ligaments dictate muscle function. Proprioceptors within the ligaments play a dominant role in the resting tone and active function of muscles and fascia making it possible to manipulate myofascial function, via the ligaments. MLT uses specific joint positioning, light pressure on the ligament, and gentle muscular contraction to effectively release the tension and improve the function of nearly any muscle in the body in a matter of seconds. MLT will be one of the most gentle, effective, and fast acting manual techniques you have ever learned.

From this introduction, students will gain a basic understanding of the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding of the integral role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. Students will also learn to palpate the target ligaments needed for the application of MLT and, select protocols from the full course. These protocols will include, Pectoralis major and minor, Psoas, Iliacus, Femoral Adductors, Iliotibial band, and several other key tissues.

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Gainesville FL, Lower Body 16 CE's
May
27
to May 28

Gainesville FL, Lower Body 16 CE's

  • ReQuest Physical Therapy (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Ricky Ray L.M.T., M.M.L.T.-i

16 CEs

Be good to your body and learn how to address the muscular and fascial systems with Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT). Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT reduces hypertonicity in muscles and fascia and can immediately activate those muscles that aren't doing their job with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Research has revealed ligaments play significant role in pain / dysfunction. MLT is the one of the few techniques that recognizes this fact, while most other therapies normally address the muscles and tendons. With this advantage, MLT is often able to resolve both simple and difficult injuries and pathologies, quickly, with little or no discomfort to the recipient.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and  on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Seattle WA,  Upper Body 16 CE's
Apr
29
to Apr 30

Seattle WA, Upper Body 16 CE's

  • The Vital Energy Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn gentle techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more.  Learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with detailed protocols for the upper body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Indianapolis IN, Introduction to MLT
Mar
19
1:00 PM13:00

Indianapolis IN, Introduction to MLT

Give your therapy style a boost in efficacy and efficiency with Manual Ligament Therapy. This 4-hour introductory class is a glimpse into the world where ligaments dictate muscle function. Proprioceptors within the ligaments play a dominant role in the resting tone and active function of muscles and fascia making it possible to manipulate myofascial function, via the ligaments. MLT uses specific joint positioning, light pressure on the ligament, and gentle muscular contraction to effectively release the tension and improve the function of nearly any muscle in the body in a matter of seconds. MLT will be one of the most gentle, effective, and fast acting manual techniques you have ever learned.

From this introduction, students will gain a basic understanding of the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding of the integral role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. Students will also learn to palpate the target ligaments needed for the application of MLT and, select protocols from the full course. These protocols will include, Pectoralis major and minor, Psoas, Iliacus, Femoral Adductors, Iliotibial band, and several other key tissues.

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Gainesville FL, Upper Body
Mar
4
to Mar 5

Gainesville FL, Upper Body

Instructors: Ricky Ray L.M.T., M.M.L.T. , Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T., M.M.L.T.-i

16 CE Hours

Learn gentle techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more.  Learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine and whiplash related injuries, Jaw, shoulders, and arms.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with detailed protocols for the upper body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Gainesville FL, Introduction to MLT
Mar
3
6:00 PM18:00

Gainesville FL, Introduction to MLT

2 CE's

Instructors: Ricky Ray L.M.T., M.M.L.T.  , Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T., M.M.L.T-i

This 2-hour introductory class is a glimpse into a world where ligaments control muscles. Proprioceptors within the ligaments play a large role in the resting tone of muscles and fascia making it possible to manipulate myofascial tension, via the ligaments. The technique uses specific joint positioning, light pressure on the ligament and gentle muscular contraction to effectively release the tension in nearly any muscle of the body in a matter of moments. MLT is one of the gentlest and most effective hands-on techniques you will even learn. You and your clients will be astonished by the amazing results achieved with so little effort.

As an added bonus, you will receive a $25 discount toward a full seminar tuition (the tuition from this Introduction) should you decide to take the full 16 hr Upper Body Seminar on Sat the 14th and Sun 15th. That's like getting 2 free CE's!

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Seattle WA, Lower Body
Feb
4
to Feb 5

Seattle WA, Lower Body

  • Sacred Garden Healing Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth L.M.T., M.M.L.T

16 CEs

Be good to your body and learn how to address the muscular and fascial systems with Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT). Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT reduces hypertonicity in muscles and fascia and can immediately activate those muscles that aren't doing their job with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Research has revealed ligaments play significant role in pain / dysfunction. MLT is the one of the few techniques that recognizes this fact, while most other therapies normally address the muscles and tendons. With this advantage, MLT is often able to resolve both simple and difficult injuries and pathologies, quickly, with little or no discomfort to the recipient.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and  on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Seattle WA, Upper Body
Nov
5
to Nov 6

Seattle WA, Upper Body

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth

16 CE Hours

Learn gentle techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more.  Learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine, Jaw, and Hands.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with detailed protocols for the upper body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Bellevue, WA Introduction to MLT
Oct
6
12:00 PM12:00

Bellevue, WA Introduction to MLT

4 CE Hours

Learn the History and Science of MLT. Students will also learn several MLT protocols including IlioPsoas, Pec Major and Minor, Femoral Adductors and IT Band. These protocols are so practical that students will be able to “learn it today and use it today.”

Discover how MLT is gentler on your body and your client’s body! Work smarter not harder!!

*$50 Discount on Registration for MLT certification program (non-Amplify) with purchase of this Introduction Class*

NOTE: Clicking on the link below will redirect you to our Amplifyce.com , Massage Envys registration site. Your registration will be processed and billed through Amplifyce

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Sep
9
to Sep 13

Gainesville, FL, MLT Lower Body

  • ReQuest Physical Therapy (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Ricky Ray & Stephen Wadsworth

16 CEs

Invest in your career and learn how to address the muscular and fascial systems with Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT). Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT relaxes hypertonic muscles and fascia immediately with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Research has revealed ligaments play significant role in pain / dysfunction. MLT is the one of the few techniques that recognizes this fact, while most other therapies normally address the muscles and tendons. With this advantage, MLT is often able to resolve both simple and difficult injuries and pathologies, quickly, with little or no discomfort to the recipient.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and  on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

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Jul
16
to Jul 17

Portland, OR, MLT Upper Body

 

16 CEs

Invest in your career and learn how to address the muscular and fascial systems with Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT). Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT relaxes hypertonic muscles and fascia immediately with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Research has revealed ligaments play significant role in pain / dysfunction. MLT is the one of the few techniques that recognizes this fact, while most other therapies normally address the muscles and tendons. With this advantage, MLT is often able to resolve both simple and difficult injuries and pathologies, quickly, with little or no discomfort to the recipient.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific releases for the cervical spine, shoulders, jaw and hands. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals.

 

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Seattle WA, MLT Upper Body
Jun
25
to Jun 26

Seattle WA, MLT Upper Body

  • The Vital Energy Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth

16 CE Hours

Learn gentle techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more.  Learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine, Jaw, and Hands.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with detailed protocols for the upper body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

NOTE: Clicking on either link below will redirect you to our partner and temporary registration site,  AIS Nothwest. Your registration will be processed and billed through AIS Northwest LLC

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Jun
22
10:00 AM10:00

Tacoma, WA, Introduction to MLT

 

4 CEs

Invest in your career and save your body with an evolutionary manual therapy technique. This 4-hour introductory class is a glimpse into a world where ligaments control muscles. Proprioceptors within the ligaments play a large role in the resting tone of muscles and fascia making it possible to manipulate myofascial tension, via the ligaments. The technique uses specific joint positioning, light pressure on the ligament and gentle muscular contraction to effectively release the tension in nearly any muscle of the body in a matter of moments. This modality may be one of the gentlest and most effective hands-on techniques you will even learn. You and your clients will be astonished by the amazing results achieved with so little effort.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of Manual Ligament Therapy. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the neck, shoulders, hips and spine. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

 

 

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Jun
11
6:00 AM06:00

Portland, OR, Manual Ligament Therapy

 

8 CEs

This introductory course is a glimpse into a world where ligaments control muscles. The technique uses specific joint positioning, light pressure on the ligament and muscular contraction combined to create a softness to the targeted tissues. Students in the class learn several releases over the whole body in this experiential class. This modality may be one of the gentlest and most effective hands-on techniques you will ever learn. You and your clients will be impressed by the results achieved with so little effort.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of Manual Ligament Therapy. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the upper and lower body.. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

 

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May
13
3:00 PM15:00

Twin Falls, ID Introduction to MLT

 

4 CEs

Invest in your career and save your body with an evolutionary manual therapy technique. This 4-hour introductory class is a glimpse into a world where ligaments control muscles. Proprioceptors within the ligaments play a large role in the resting tone of muscles and fascia making it possible to manipulate myofascial tension, via the ligaments. The technique uses specific joint positioning, light pressure on the ligament and gentle muscular contraction to effectively release the tension in nearly any muscle of the body in a matter of moments. This modality may be one of the gentlest and most effective hands-on techniques you will even learn. You and your clients will be astonished by the amazing results achieved with so little effort.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of Manual Ligament Therapy. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the neck, shoulders, hips and spine. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

 

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Seattle WA, MLT Lower Body
Apr
23
to Apr 24

Seattle WA, MLT Lower Body

  • The Vital Energy Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth

16 CE Hours

Learn gentle techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Lower Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Hamstrings, TFL, Glutes, Psoas, and many many more. Oh! and who wants to learn how to make HUGE changes in FEET! Talk about a foundational shift!!!

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the lower body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and  on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

NOTE: Clicking on either link below will redirect you to our partner and temporary registration site,  AIS Northwest. Your registration will be processed and billed through AIS Northwest LLC

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Apr
2
to Apr 3

Bellingham, WA, MLT Lower Body

Instructor: Joshua Morton

16 CEs

Invest in your career and learn how to address the muscular and fascial systems with Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT). Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT relaxes hypertonic muscles and fascia immediately with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Research has revealed ligaments play significant role in pain / dysfunction. MLT is the one of the few techniques that recognizes this fact, while most other therapies normally address the muscles and tendons. With this advantage, MLT is often able to resolve both simple and difficult injuries and pathologies, quickly, with little or no discomfort to the recipient.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with detailed protocols for the lower body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

NOTE: Clicking on either link below will redirect you to our partner and temporary registration site,  AIS Northwest. Your registration will be processed and billed through AIS Northwest LLC

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Apr
1
11:00 AM11:00

Bellingham, WA, Introduction to MLT

Instructor: Joshua Morton

4 CEs

Invest in your career and save your body with an evolutionary manual therapy technique. This 4-hour introductory class is a glimpse into a world where ligaments control muscles. Proprioceptors within the ligaments play a large role in the resting tone of muscles and fascia making it possible to manipulate myofascial tension, via the ligaments. The technique uses specific joint positioning, light pressure on the ligament and gentle muscular contraction to effectively release the tension in nearly any muscle of the body in a matter of moments. This modality may be one of the gentlest and most effective hands-on techniques you will even learn. You and your clients will be astonished by the amazing results achieved with so little effort.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of Manual Ligament Therapy. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific protocols for the neck, shoulders, hips and spine. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

NOTE: Clicking on either link below will redirect you to our partner and temporary registration site,  AIS Northwest. Your registration will be processed and billed through AIS Northwest LLC

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 Seattle WA, MLT Upper Body
Feb
27
to Feb 28

Seattle WA, MLT Upper Body

  • The Vital Energy Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Stephen Wadsworth

16 CE Hours

Learn gentle techniques to create lasting change In many key tissues in the Upper Body. Learn how to decrease tension and increase function in key muscles like, Psoas, SCM, ESG's, Rectus Abdominis, Levator Scapula, Latissimus and many many more.  Learn techniques to treat Cervical Spine, Jaw, and Hands.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with detailed protocols for the upper body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

This unique system will allow you to decrease your physical effort and increase your efficacy, be more gentle on you and more gentle on your client, and save you a LOT of time.  Invest in your career and make it last longer with M.L.T.!

NOTE: Clicking on either link below will redirect you to our partner and temporary registration site,  AIS Northwest. Your registration will be processed and billed through AIS Northwest LLC

Registration/Additional Information Here

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Feb
27
to Feb 28

Vancouver, WA, MLT Lower Body

Instructor: Joshua Morton

16 CEs

Invest in your career and learn how to address the muscular and fascial systems with Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT). Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT relaxes hypertonic muscles and fascia immediately with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Research has revealed ligaments play significant role in pain / dysfunction. MLT is the one of the few techniques that recognizes this fact, while most other therapies normally address the muscles and tendons. With this advantage, MLT is often able to resolve both simple and difficult injuries and pathologies, quickly, with little or no discomfort to the recipient.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with detailed protocols for the lower body. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

NOTE: Clicking on either link below will redirect you to our partner and temporary registration site,  AIS Northwest. Your registration will be processed and billed through AIS Northwest LLC

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Jan
16
to Jan 17

Vancouver, WA, MLT Upper Body

Instructor: Joshua Morton

16 CEs

Invest in your career and learn how to address the muscular and fascial systems with Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT). Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT relaxes hypertonic muscles and fascia immediately with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Research has revealed ligaments play significant role in pain / dysfunction. MLT is the one of the few techniques that recognizes this fact, while most other therapies normally address the muscles and tendons. With this advantage, MLT is often able to resolve both simple and difficult injuries and pathologies, quickly, with little or no discomfort to the recipient.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific releases for the cervical spine, shoulders, jaw and hands. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals.

NOTE: Clicking on either link below will redirect you to our partner and temporary registration site,  AIS Northwest. Your registration will be processed and billed through AIS Northwest LLC

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Jan
15
11:00 AM11:00

Vancouver, WA, Introduction to MLT

Instructor: Joshua Morton

4 CEs

Invest in your career and save your body with an evolutionary manual therapy technique. This 4-hour introductory class is a glimpse into a world where ligaments control muscles. Proprioceptors within the ligaments play a large role in the resting tone of muscles and fascia making it possible to manipulate myofascial tension, via the ligaments. The technique uses specific joint positioning, light pressure on the ligament and gentle muscular contraction to effectively release the tension in nearly any muscle of the body in a matter of moments. This modality may be one of the gentlest and most effective hands-on techniques you will even learn. You and your clients will be astonished by the amazing results achieved with so little effort.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific releases for the cervical spine and shoulders. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals.

NOTE: Clicking on either link below will redirect you to our partner and temporary registration site,  AIS Northwest. Your registration will be processed and billed through AIS Northwest LLC

Registration/Additional Information Here

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Jan
8
to Jan 9

Sequim, WA, MLT Upper Body

  • 145 East Washington Street Sequim, WA, 98382 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Instructor: Joshua Morton

16 CEs

Invest in your career and learn how to address the muscular and fascial systems with Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT). Using the proprioceptive sensory qualities of ligaments, MLT relaxes hypertonic muscles and fascia immediately with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. Best of all, it is extremely gentle on the client.

Research has revealed ligaments play significant role in pain / dysfunction. MLT is the one of the few techniques that recognizes this fact, while most other therapies normally address the muscles and tendons. With this advantage, MLT is often able to resolve both simple and difficult injuries and pathologies, quickly, with little or no discomfort to the recipient.

Learn about the physiology behind this technique and leave with a good understanding about the role ligaments play in muscle and fascial dysfunction. In this basic level class you will learn to palpate the targeted ligaments needed for the application of MLT. Specifically you will learn pre- and post tests along with specific releases for the cervical spine, shoulders, jaw and hands. Course content is geared towards healthcare professionals and athletic trainers.

NOTE: Clicking on either link below will redirect you to our partner and temporary registration site,  AIS Northwest. Your registration will be processed and billed through AIS Northwest LLC

Registration/Additional Information Here

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