Refresh Yourself by the Yuba River,
While Inspiring Your Practice with
Healing River Massage Bodywork Classes
in the Sierra Foothills.
NCBTMB AND DONA APPROVED CEs
Get recharged and polish your practice in one the most beautiful destinations in California.
Dynamic Fascial Response™ addresses many physical complaints with effective bodywork.
DFR™ applies pin and stretch, resistance and release, traction and compression and fascial release techniques to open up posture. This fascial release work is especially effective on the pronating postural patterns prevalent in our lives today. This bodywork reduces pain significantly and open range of motion. Dynamic Fascial Response™ will be a great additional offering to your clientele!
The nature up here in the foothills is phenomenal and so healing. We are 20 mins to the beautiful Yuba River, 1 hour to Donner lake, 1.5 hours to Tahoe. You can make a weekend of it!
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40 CE Course:
Pregnancy Massage Training
RESERVE: your place with a $50 DEPOSIT
($150 Deposit is required for Pregnancy Massage Training )
CONTACT: email@example.com (530) 798-9998
Students who receive a minimum 24 hours in DFR courses and have instructor approval of student’s proficiency of the material learned plus
8 hours of Somatic NLP are free to use ” Dynamic Fascial Response™” to describe their work.
“I loved the fascia work!”
“Chula’s class gave me a well rounded understanding of prenatal massage and postnatal care. Her teaching style is organized, focused, and kind. I will continue to take every class she offers and encourage fellow body workers to do the same!”
“She was very patient and clear and very easy to pay attention to. Her enthusiasm for the subject was contagious.”
“I really appreciate the book and all of the reference material that was provided”
A testimonial from a labor and delivery nurse and trained doula: “I’ve had several opportunities to utilize my training. At work I’ve been using the labor stimulation points to help with inductions, and have been doing a LOT of cross fiber work in the back area. I had a laboring patient walk in and grab my hand. She directed me to her lower back and demanded I push there. I started doing a hip squeeze and cross fiber massage, and she let out a moan and said “that feels SO good.” I’ve also used the forearm work with a patient who had carpal tunnel syndrome.”