Benefits of Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique
Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique (SMRT) is a concept that begins with passive contraction of muscles, ligaments, connective tissues, and bones simultaneously to allow spontaneous release of these structures. SMRT stimulates lymphatic flow and creates a natural unwinding of connective tissues, which allows the joints of the body to realign effortlessly, re-establishing correct posture. While doing all of this, SMRT also quickly alleviates soreness in tissue, permitting you to work deep tissues that have not been accessed before. Finally, SMRT release both physical and etheric energy. The release of the ATP necessary to hold muscles tight and joints out of alignment lets the body relax and further the healing in the area. The release of the etheric energy held in the area creates energetic flow through the meridians and chakras of the body.
Why should Massage Therapists learn Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique? It:
Gets you into deep tissues, quickly and painlessly, without “digging deep.”
Is extremely specific, giving you the ability to target even individual fibers within a muscle.
Addresses structures beyond muscles; including, ligaments, tendons, fascia, and meridians.
Is easy on your body.
Is safe and effective for many otherwise contraindicated clients and conditions.
Keeps your knowledge of anatomy fresh and working for you.
Accomplishes physical and energetic release at the same time.
Allows you to work in areas inaccessible to palpation (pelvic floor, inter-cranial tissues, joint interiors).
Releases trigger points painlessly.
Takes you to a new therapeutic level.
Enhances all other modalities.
Helps when other things have failed, clients return and tell friends about you and your work.
Sept. 30th - Oct. 2nd
Sep 30-Oct 1, Fri 8:00-5:00 - Sat 8:00-Noon Oct 1-2, Sat 1:30-5:30 - Sun 8:30-5:30
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Instructor: Patti Schuneman
Location: 401 E Spruce St, Classroom B
(St. Catherine Hospital)
12 CE's per class, 24 CE's for both
Questions? Contact: Kriz @ 620-290-0507
Full Circle is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education approved provider. Additionally, each course offered by Full Circle is approved for state continuing education, where appropriate. These two processes ensure that Full Circle's continuing education courses are rigorously vetted for quality standards.
Continuing Education Requirements
Training standards and Continuing Education requirements for massage therapists vary by state,
locality and professional organization.
The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB)
Requires 48 hours in 4 years, 6 hours must be ethics
The American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA)
Requires 48 hours in 4 years
The Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP)
Requires 16 hours in 2 years at a certified level