1 day - 8 CE -
Pre-requisite: Therapist understands anatomy and physiology.
Class times: 9:00-6:00 w/hour for lunch
This course is usually taught right after barefoot basics for
convenience and is designed to be a continuation of the
sequences taught during barefoot basics. It’s really two (2)
courses for the price of one. The Anterior portion covers more
in-depth knowledge of anterior muscles and its relationship to
veins and superficial arteries which play an important role in
controlling depth of compression. Therapist will be taught a
fabulous “spa finish” that will complete the amazing 60 or 90
minute posterior treatment. Receiving the anterior spa finish
has been designed to incorporate a gentle eye cover
accoutrement. Specifically incorporated into the anterior neck
routine, clients will receive the anterior massage in an ethical
manner. We are unaware of any massage regulatory agency that
endorses a heavy foot or full bodyweight over the chest near the
heart or a standing practitioner straddled over a client's face.
Make sure you study with a reputable educator when it comes to
learning anterior barefoot work.
portion of this workshop is geared towards those clients who are
seen on a regular basis and can work as a team with the
therapist to locate the source of pain patterns and to treat
It can be used in conjunction with sports massage and therapists
will learn myofascial foot skills to spread and elongate the hip
flexors and explore trigger point work done with the feet.
Client assistance during the application is involved with
multi-positioning to locate anterior, lateral, medial and
sagittal muscles in relationship to surrounding structures and