Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT)Upcoming Classes
Lisa Klein has been teaching for Dialogues in Contemporary Rehabilitation, The Connecticut School of Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT), and Northeast Seminars for several years, both nationally and internationally.
Lisa is very pleased to be teaching the following class in the DC area this year:
Oct 21-23 $550.00
Cranial Therapy Series, Level One: Osseous, Suture, Joint and Membrane. Treatment of Headaches and Trauma
During this introductory lab course, the student is introduced to the Cranial System. On the first day, the student learns how to palpate and assess the CRI (Cranial Rhythmic Impulse/Cranio-Sacral Rhythm). During the second and third days, presentation includes assessment and treatment of suture and joint restrictions, and the treatment of the cranial and facial vaults: the temporomandibular joints, the sphenobasilar joint and the cranial and facial articulations. During these last days, the student will also learn how to assess and treat dura mater restrictions.
- Anatomy and biomechanics of the cranial vault in order to address cranial problems whatever the client population.
- Techniques to improve mobility and motility (biologic rhythms) of the head and neck to decrease cranial symptoms.
Please contact The CT School of IMT directly for registration and to inquire about their First Time Student Rate, (888) 327-2178. More information, including course descriptions, can be found on their website, www.centerimt.com in the education section.