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Location: Arizona
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Latest Activity: Feb 20, 2017

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Started by Andrea McCully. Last reply by Robin Byler Thomas Dec 17, 2009.

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Comment by Robin Byler Thomas on February 20, 2017 at 4:56pm

Hi folks,

I need your help in recruiting expectant couples for a Public Health chair-massage study in Tucson, AZ. The study is called CHAMPs and is aimed at prevention through self-care.

Partners of pregnant women will learn a brief chair-massage, at a one-time UA training they both attend, that they can do at home. Before and after the 8 week in-home study, the PG women will complete questionnaires to measure the effect of partner chair-massage on symptoms of mood, anxiety and pain.

If you have a client, friend, or family member who might benefit from this study in Tucson, please share the attached recruitment ad and ask them to contact me (520-730-1154 or rbthomas@email.arizona.edu). I appreciate your support!

Thank you,
Robin

Here's a link to the UA Human Subjects IRB approved recruitment ad that can be shared:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_aaZ6aIcTeveHhKdDdTMVE0MGc/view

Comment by Walt Fritz, PT on December 5, 2015 at 9:52pm

Hi Folks, I wanted to invite you to the brand new class I am teaching this coming January in Tucson. The Foundations in Myofascial Release Seminar: The Upper Body is a brand new class which is a result of many years of practice and teaching. You may be familiar with MFR or even taken some classes, but I guarantee you will find value in my approach. Check out the class details at the website: www.FoundationsinMFR.com

Comment by Walt Fritz, PT on December 5, 2015 at 9:49pm

Comment by Bob Pyle on January 23, 2014 at 11:21am

As of 1-22-2014 I am a licensed massage therapist. I am very excited to start making a difference in peoples lives.

Comment by Bob Pyle on December 20, 2013 at 7:03am

Hi all!

I will be graduating from Arizona School of Massage Therapy (ASMT) tonight! 7.5 months of studying and massaging. I am ready to get there and start helping people.

Comment by Kathleen Gramzay on January 21, 2013 at 2:33pm

Happy 2013 everyone! The first of year Kinessage® Self Care for Therapists and Introduction to Kinessage® Massage Through Movemement classes are Feb 23&24 in Sedona AZ. Early discount registration ends this Wed.1/23, Ensure your seat and save some $$. Details @ www.kinessage.com/kcalendar.html

Comment by Kathleen Gramzay on July 12, 2012 at 4:29pm

Hi Everyone, Tomorrow 7/13 is final registration for the Kinessage Self Care and Intro classes 7/21&7/22.  Care for You and Care for Your Clients. www.kinessage.com/kcalendar for details. Double your fun by registering with a friend and save a little $ while your at it.  Hope to see you there.

Comment by Walt Fritz, PT on July 4, 2012 at 2:12pm

Hi All,

I will be returning to Tucson for a Foundations in Myofascial Release I Seminar:

Foundations in Myofascial Release I

Tucson, AZ
November 9-11, 2012

20 contact hours
Hours: Friday, 11/09/2012 5:00 – 9:00pm (4:30pm registration), Saturday, 11/10/2012, and Sunday, 11/11/2012: 9:00am – 6:00pm.

Held at:
Medical Wheel Wellness Center
4650 W. Jojoba Drive
Tucson, AZ 85742
(520) 743-7101

http://medicinewheelwellness.com/

Please consider joining us for this very different approach to MFR.

Comment by Kathleen Gramzay on July 2, 2012 at 6:26pm

and also for:

Introduction to Kinessage® Massage Through Movement,  July 22, 2012 Scottsdale AZ 8CE hrs Hurry, early discount ends 7/9! $136. 

Translate Self Care into Care for Your Clients in this innovative massage method that uses the body’s design for movement to clear and reset it. Come learn to directly apply the kinesiology you learned in school to make your work easier, more effective, and more fun!  Apply physics and communication system of the kinetic chain to effect change in the tissue instead of your physical effort.   Use the body’s levers instead of more force to work deeper into the body.   Generate movement from your body and through your client to yield greater ease, better body mechanics, more energy, and less opportunity for therapist injury.    Leave with a fun, effective way to work!

Comment by Kathleen Gramzay on July 2, 2012 at 6:24pm

Hi fellow therapists, I invite you to join us for

Kinessage® Self Care for Therapists  July 21, 12 Scottsdale AZ  4CEs  Hurry, early discount ends 7/9 $60  http://www.kinessage.com/kcalendar

Discover a whole new approach to Self Care beyond just good body mechanics.  Learn how to apply movement and mindful awareness to quickly relieve pain and restrictions in your body.   Leave with take away hands-on techniques to clear common therapist areas of injury/discomfort - neck, shoulders, forearms, wrists, fingers, and low back.   Experience Kinessage® from the inside out and employ the power of the kinetic chain for yourself.  

 

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