Come to Copenhagen and Learn to Body Read
A 2-day workshop at the World Championship Massage Event
3rd and 4th June 2017
Massage World magazine and Lotus Publishing would like to invite you to join them for a weekend workshop in the wonderful city of Copenhagen. This event is to complement the World Championship Massage Competition, which is being held in Copenhagen on the 3rd and 4th June 2017. Why not join this workshop and support friends/colleagues who have entered the Massage Championships? Sweden is only a bus ride away where you can visit the original home of massage therapy.
This event is for Complementary Healthcare Professionals, and those with a general interest in Bodywork, and we are very excited to announce an expert range of speakers.
John Gibbons, who has recently published The Functional Anatomy of the Pelvis and the Sacroiliac Joint, is a registered osteopath, author, and lecturer for the Bodymaster Method®. John specialises in assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for the University of Oxford sports teams, and delivers advanced training to professionals internationally. John has also written The Vital Glutes: Connecting the Gait Cycle to Pain and Dysfunction, Muscle Energy Techniques, and A Practical Guide to Kinesiology Taping.
Paula Clayton’s new book Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and Piriformis Syndrome is due for publication in July 2017. Paula teaches advanced soft-tissue therapy and performance therapy workshops, and worked as senior performance therapist of the English Institute of Sport and British Athletics from 2003 until 2014. She writes regularly for Co-Kinetic.com (formerly sportEX) and is a director on the board of the SMA (Association for Soft Tissue Therapists).
James Earls first trained in bodywork in 1991 before studying with Tom Myers in 2000. He now practices Structural Integration and massage therapy in Belfast and is the director of Ultimate Massage Solutions and Kinesis UK. Together with Tom, James co-wrote Fascial Release for Structural Balance, with a new updated edition due in 2017. He also wrote Born to Walk: Myofascial Efficiency and the Body in Movement.
Suzanne Wylde provides Acupuncture and Revive Resistance Stretching sessions for health and flexibility in London at her Covent Garden and Waterloo clinics. She writes for, or is featured regularly in, the health sections of The Times and The Daily Mail. Her forthcoming book, Moving Stretch: Stretch Your Fascia to Free Your Body, is for anyone who wants to stretch, regardless of how flexible, or inflexible they are, these stretches are easy to pick up and fun to use.
Rachel and Meghan from JING will be demonstrating their workshop:
Massage Fusion: The Jing Method for the Treatment of Chronic Pain
Rachel Fairweather is the internationally respected Co-Director and Founder of Jing Advanced Massage Training, a company providing degree level, hands-on and online training for all who are passionate about massage.
Rachel has 25 years experience in the industry working as an advanced therapist and trainer, in New York, Europe and throughout the UK. Rachel is co-author of the book “Massage Fusion: The Jing Method for the treatment of chronic pain” which has reached the number one best sellers spot in the Physiotherapy category of Amazon UK. She writes regularly for several professional trade magazines. She has twice received the CAM Expo award for outstanding achievement in her field.
Rachel has trained extensively in Eastern and Western bodywork including medical massage, craniosacral, myofascial, structural integration (KMI) trigger point therapy, Thai massage, Amma therapy, Sports massage, visceral manipulation, and neuromuscular techniques. Rachel also holds a degree in Psychology, a Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work and an Associates degree in Massage Therapy.
Meghan Mari is the dynamic Co-Director and Founder of Jing Advanced Massage Training, a company providing degree level, hands-on and online training for all who are passionate about massage.
Meghan has had successful private massage practices focusing on sports and injury prevention in San Francisco and New York and is the former manager and international sales director of the prestigious Stone Spa in New York City specialising in advanced massage and hot stone treatments. She has been an instructor at the Open Centre in New York City and at the National Institute of Holistic Health in California.
Meghan is a sought after guest lecturer and has been the recipient for 2 years running of the CAM expo award for outstanding achievement in her field. Together with Rachel Fairweather, Meghan Mari is co-author of the book “Massage Fusion: The Jing Method for the treatment of chronic pain” which has reached the number one best sellers spot in the Physiotherapy category of Amazon UK. Meghan has a degree in Psychology, is a New York Licensed massage therapist, Certified Holistic Health Educator, and holds a Masters in International Law.
Each speaker will give a talk, and then demonstrate with a workshop. At the end of the workshop you will receive a checklist to take away, with tips on how to body read, how to treat, and stretches for self help.