ABMP Exclusive Discounts for Ben Benjamin New England Workshops

ABMP members will save 50% off registration to upcoming in-person workshops from Ben Benjamin, PhD, in Warwick, Rhode Island, and Hartford, Connecticut. Attendees will learn detailed palpation anatomy, as well as more than 25 myofascial and massage techniques designed to support the treatment of the most common soft-tissue injuries in the neck, mid-back, and low-back.

Pricing for ABMP members is $95 for the workshop. Full details and registration links are available at http://benbenjamin.com/pdfs/AdvTechJuneRIandCT-ABMP.pdf.

Can’t make it to the workshops? ABMP members can watch a one-hour preview webinar of the workshop and earn free CE at www.abmp.com/members/continuing-education/online-learning/courses/webinar-advanced-deep-tissue-muscular-therapy-techniques-low-back-and-neck.

Workshop dates, times, and locations are below:

Warwick, Rhode Island

Saturday, June 3

9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

6.5 CE hours

Crowne-Plaza at the Crossings

801 Greenwich Avenue

Warwick, RI 02886 

 

Hartford, Connecticut

Sunday, June 4

9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

6.5 CE hours

Heights of Wellness

1477 Park Street #14

Hartford, CT 06106

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