All Campus Webinar

Sciatic Pain and Piriformis Massage Sampler Class

Join Us for an All Campus Webinar | Sciatic Pain and Piriformis Massage Sampler Class on Thursday, November 10, 2022 from 5:30pm-7:00pm

You’re invited to join us Thursday, Nov. 10th from 5:30pm-7:00pm on Zoom for a complimentary mini-class and massage demonstration. Learn about low back and hip pain caused by sciatica or piriformis syndrome, 2 of the most common issues massage therapists come across, and highly effective techniques used to address these concerns.

Get an overview of Piriformis Syndrome, a condition that often mimics sciatic pain. Learn about both conditions and watch a demonstration of low back/hip massage to see for yourself how CMTs address specific muscle tightness that causes pain in the hips and legs while hearing about the benefits and cautions of performing this advanced work.

Join in for updated information about upcoming schedules, tuition, financial aid, and placement information, along with a Q&A devoted to your questions!

Ready to begin your massage training? Enroll in our last Core start of the year in November and receive a complimentary massage table to start your career with!

What: All Campus Webinar | Sciatic Pain and Piriformis Massage Sampler Class
Date: Thursday, November 10, 2022
Time: 5:30pm-7:00pm PDT
Location: Online. RSVP for the details on how to join.

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