#203 2903 32nd Ave.

Vernon, BC

Clinics/Courses Offered at Tri Lake Massage & Wellness

Our first course held at the clinic was a HUGE success.  A BIG thanks to Peggy Oud for coming and sharing her wisdom and to the participants for their great attitudes and excitement for learning.  Anna and Sarah are looking forward to hosting another one soon!

 

Our next course is on:

Ortho-Bionomy® Phase 4 Core Class with Peggy Oud – Date not yet decided.

 

May 2021 Integrated Treatment Approach for the Shoulder

May 2021 Integrated Treatment Approach for the Cervical Spine

(see below for course descriptions)

 

Holding the course at the clinic is great as the class numbers are small (capped at 6/7), so lots of instructor attention!

For more information and to register for the course contact Sarah Robson

Courses Offered by Sarah Robson RMT

  • Contact Sarah for more information about any of these courses

 

 

Integrated Treatment Approach to the Cervical Spine
1 Day - 7 PE Credits

 Goals of this course:

This course is to give you tips and tools for use in a broad based massage practice.   If you struggle with giving an effective neck treatment or want to review the anatomy of the neck this is a great course for you. These techniques can be applied to many injuries. I want to show you a way to blend different techniques together to give a complete neck treatment including fascial, muscular, osteopathic, joint mobilizations, & therapeutic exercise.

  • Have a increased confidence in working with the cervical spine
  • Understand and be more comfortable working with the structures in the anterior neck.
  • Learn gentle mobilizations to improve segmental movement and encourage balanced cervical spine movements
  • Understand and be more comfortable using manual stretching and strengthening techniques on the cervical spine.
  • Be able to give effective homecare for ROM, stretching, and strengthening on key structures often seen affected by poor chronic postures, repetitive work concerns, and common injuries of the neck.
  • Review and learn new key postural cues and mindful movement practices for the neck.

Dates:  

  • Vernon May 2021

Integrated Treatment Approach to the Shoulder
1 Day - 7 PE Credits

Goals of this course

This course is to give you tips and tools for use in a broad based massage practice.  If you struggle with giving an effective shoulder treatment, want to review the anatomy of the shoulder region, or want to get a few new tools for an area you treat a lot –  this is a great course for you.  These techniques can be applied to many injuries. I want to show you a way to blend different techniques together to give a complete shoulder treatment including fascial, muscular, osteopathic, joint mobilizations, & therapeutic exercise.

  • Have a increased confidence in working with the shoulder region
  • Understand and be more comfortable working with the structures in the axilla
  • Work with the relationship between the ribs and the scapula and how that effects the shoulder
  • Understand the importance of serratus anterior and how to treat and activate it properly
  • Understand and be more comfortable using manual stretching and strengthening techniques on the Shoulder complex.
  • Be able to give effective homecare for ROM, stretching, and strengthening on key structures often seen affected by poor chronic postures, repetitive work concerns, and common injuries of the Shoulder region.
  • Review and learn new key postural cues and mindful movement practices for the Shoulder complex.

Dates:  

  • Vernon May 2021

Active Therapy • Mindful Movement • Therapeutic Exercise
- The Spine: Part 1 Posture and Core –
2 Days - 14 PE Credits

Goals of this course

This course is to give you tips and tools for use in a broad based massage practice.  

  •  Assessment review of postural, gait, and functional movements focused on the spine.
  • Discussion and practice with newer core strengthening theories and techniques.
  • In treatment manual range of motion, stretching, and strengthening.
  • Use of isometrics as a corrective tool during the treatment.
  • Need and use for activation exercises for common postural issues.
  • Importance of clients using mindful movements in their daily life as part of their homecare.
  • Fine-tuning therapeutic exercise programs your patients are already doing & review of key homecare exercises for the spine.
  • Self-care – a look at our bodies while we work and things we can be more mindful of during a treatment to prevent repetitive use injuries. 

Dates:  

  • Vernon June 2021 Location TBA

Anatomy & Physiology 1

 

This course is designed for the Ortho-Bionomy ® program.  But is a great resource for anyone training to work with the body.  It has a supported web self study component to guide you through the learning of the basic concepts and information.  With 1- 2 weekend workshops to highlight the key concepts, have time with bones and models, learn palpation skills, and answer any questions the students still may have.

 

“This is a comprehensive course in the convenience of your own home that works with your schedule”

 

Course 1 will focus on the structure and movement of our body. Focusing on the bones, joints, muscles, and basic information on the nervous and circulatory systems.

 

Because of the online component you can start any time and we will host the weekend when there are enough participants.