Webinar: Myofascial Techniques: Hands-On for the Hands
Join Til Luchau for an engaging course in hands-on approaches for caring for our own hands, and our clients’ hands. Drawing from the Advanced Myofascial Techniques (AMT) series, this course combines key hand concepts, dynamic anatomical graphics, hands-on technique demonstrations, and research findings. Topics include using the hand/brain connection; myofascial, articular, and interstitial approaches; touch tools for pain and local inflammation; and techniques for improving hand mobility, sensitivity, and stability.
Read Til's accompanying Massage & Bodywork magazine article, “The Hand in the Brain” in the September/October 2020 issue.
Before starting the course, we recommend you find a tennis ball and a hand to work on—your own, or a friend’s. Click the “Handout” link to download a course outline. Go to http://bit.ly/amt-hand-slides for a free note-organizer handout from Advanced-Trainings.com.
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- Technique: Brushing
- Techniques: Gliding and Tapping
- Abduction and adduction
- Anterior/posterior glide
- Palmar fascia technique
- Q&A: Common Questions
Having viewed this online massage therapy technique CE course, participants will be able to:
- Describe the hand’s role in the brain’s perception of pain and sensation
- Explain some of the somatosensory changes that result from the cessation and resumption of hands-on practice
- Perform five hands-on techniques with their own hands, or another’s
- Distinguish the unique characteristics of three most common types of arthritis
- List the key safety considerations for the movement assessments, client/patient homework exercises, and hand-on techniques shown in the training.
Til Luchau is a lead instructor and the director of Advanced-Trainings.com. He is a Certified Advanced Rolfer with a diverse background that includes manual therapy, somatic psychology, transformative education, as well as organizational and leadership development. He is the author of the Advanced Myofascial Techniques textbook series, has a regular Myofascial Techniques column in Massage & Bodywork magazine, and his articles have been published in magazines and peer-reviewed technical journals internationally. He has trained thousands of practitioners in his popular courses at schools and centers in over 20 countries on six continents. His private practice based in Colorado includes myofascial and pain-science informed manual therapy, as well as professional consulting and supervision with practitioners from around the world. Learn more at www.advanced-trainings.com.
Topics and Techniques
This hands-on massage therapy CE course teaches several techniques for the hands. Learn to care for your own hands, and your clients’ hands. This course combines key hand concepts, dynamic anatomical graphics, hands-on technique demonstrations, and research findings. Topics include using the hand/brain connection; myofascial, articular, and interstitial approaches; touch tools for pain and local inflammation; and techniques for improving hand mobility, sensitivity, and stability. Participants who successfully complete this online course will gain a greater experiential and conceptual understanding of hand anatomy, function, and therapy.
This online massage therapy CE course is available to you on demand to access, learn, and earn CE whenever and wherever it’s most convenient for you!
Visit the ABMP Education Center FAQ page for a full list of resources.
Is this massage CE course approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) for CE credit?
Yes! All of the courses are approved under ABMP’s NCBTMB Approved Provider account (451086-09).
How do I earn a CE certificate for this video-based course?
After you complete the webinar video, a quiz will appear on the page. Earn a CE certificate by scoring 70% or higher on the course quiz.
How do I access my CE certificates?
CE certificates are available on your “My CE Transcripts” page and on the course page. Visit your “My CE Transcript” page by clicking “My CE” on the navigation bar at the top of your screen.
"Excellent course! Til explained complex neurological concepts in easily digestible ways. Techniques can quickly be applied to clients with a variety of hand and full-body challenges. Great balance of background understanding of the hand and brain connection and functionality with hands-on technique demonstration. Highly recommend!"
"I appreciate this course not only for my practice but for the life of my own hands. Thank you!"
"Wonderful! Loved the 3D slides and movement. Til gave me a better understanding of the hand and how it functions."
"Til is one of the most skilled, informative, and concise instructors for manual therapy. This was a wonderful mini workshop packed with information that can be easily integrated into one's practice."