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November 2020

Bodywork for Women’s Health: Womb and Pelvic Self-Care Massage: {Portland, OREGON}

November 13 @ 9:00 am - 1:30 pm PST
{Portland, Oregon} Portland, United States 97219 United States + Google Map

There is an urgent need for restoration of feminine energy that may temper the patriarchal energy dominating most world societies. Through dynamic womb cycles, from menarche to menopause, our bodies regularly engage in ingestion, digestion, release, and renewal with or without our conscious awareness. Gain more familiarity with your physical and energetic womb, ovaries, and pelvis, and learn self-care bodywork techniques to re-member, reconnect, and revitalize this energy center that can be a deep resource in which to rest and…

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Breast Massage for Healthy Breasts {Portland, OREGON}

November 13 @ 2:30 pm - 6:30 pm PST
{Oregon School of Massage, Portland, OREGON}, Oregon School of Massage, 9500 Southwest Barbur Boulevard #100
Portland, OR 97219 United States
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4 NCBTMB CE's Most massage practitioners in the United States don't include breasts in their full body massage sessions, whereas in Europe it is standard of care during massage. Breasts are an amazing part of our body that can create and provide complete nourishment for a baby.  When breasts are restrained in underwire bras, women develop fibrous tissue and restricted lymphatic flow from constant compression. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN Learn A&P of breast tissue Contraindications/Pathology Normalize  touching breasts from a therapeutic…

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Module I: The Female Pelvis
{Portland, OREGON}

November 15 @ 9:00 am - November 16 @ 5:30 pm PST
{Oregon School of Massage, Portland, OREGON}, Oregon School of Massage, 9500 Southwest Barbur Boulevard #100
Portland, OR 97219 United States
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REGISTRATION must be done through Oregon School of Massage. 11 NCBTMB CE's Saturday 9:30-5:00 Sunday 8:30-12:30 Prerequisite: Massage Therapist It’s the temple of our creative energy and the root of our spine, yet we often feel disconnected or experience pelvic pain and instability. Learn to palpate the pelvic bones, ligaments, and muscles and practice techniques to enhance mobility and comfort to the sacro-iliac joint, hips, free the sacrum or “sacred bone” and work with deep pelvic floor muscles external boney…

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Module II:The Belly
{Portland, OREGON}

November 15 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm PST
{Oregon School of Massage, Portland, OREGON}, Oregon School of Massage, 9500 Southwest Barbur Boulevard #100
Portland, OR 97219 United States
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REGISTRATION must be done through Oregon School of Massage. Module II: The Belly Date: May 14:  9:00-4:30 PM Location: Oregon School of Massage, Portland, Oregon Tuition: Check at  OregonSchoolofMassage.com A focused belly session can be even more relaxing and potent than a full body massage, --but it requires attention, intention, and slow careful listening to allow the layers of protection to dissolve. Learn abdominal work that encourages deep relaxation and healthy digestion. We use techniques that support peristalsis, reduce heartburn…

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December 2020

Entering the Temple: Bodywork for the Female Pelvic Floor {Portland, OREGON}

December 11 @ 9:00 am - December 15 @ 5:00 pm PST
$150 – $1150

Entering the Temple: Bodywork for the Female Pelvic Floor: Advanced Professional Training for LMT's INFO On this page: https://touchforbirth.com/entering-the-temple/ SAVE YOUR SPOT NOW with a $150 non-refundable deposit. TUITION: $1250 EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT: Pay by APRIL 1st, 2020: $1095--Save $155  Pay by SEPTEMBER 1st: $1150--Save $100 Payment plans may be available. All tuition must be paid by December 1st.    

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