ATMS NATIONAL SEMINAR SERIES 2021

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ATMS National Seminar Series 2021

Fascia, meridians and lower body constriction patterns

The National Seminar Series is back in 2021 for another road trip around some of Australia’s capital cities in February, touring Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. 

 

You have the chance to join two highly experienced presenters, John Kirkwood and David Sheehan, who will teach participants about resolving patterns of constriction in the lower body through the myofascial and meridian systems.

 

In this one day seminar, John and David will examine the close relationship between the acupuncture meridian system and the trigger point system developed by Dr. Janet Travell in the 1940’s. They will also investigate the geography of fascial lines of tension, meridians in the body and how in many ways they mimic each other.

 

After presenting theoretical arguments, John and David will give a visual representation of both meridians and fascial lines with the aid of body drawing, where the audience will gain a real-life visual representation of the interrelationship between both systems.

 

John and David will also explore practical applications for various conditions of the lower body including lumbar pain, sciatica, sacroiliac constriction, tight hamstrings, Achilles tendon problems, knee issues and plantar fasciitis.

 

Don’t miss out on learning face-to-face with these two practitioners in a city near you. Tickets will be limited based on the COVID-19 venue restrictions at the time.

SECURE YOUR PLACE TODAY!

Dates and locations:

Perth: Sunday 14 February – Book Now 

Adelaide: Saturday 20 February – Book Now 

Melbourne: Sunday 21 February – Book Now 

Sydney: Saturday 27 February – Book Now 

Brisbane: Sunday 28 February – Book Now 

CPE: 

6 CPE Points 

Pricing:

Early bird bookings receive a $25 discount from the below prices*

Cost:               ATMS Accredited Member:      $255

                        Non ATMS Practitioner:           $305

                        ATMS Student member:          $200

                        Non ATMS Student:                 $220

Cost includes morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and GST. Please notify ATMS of any food allergies.

 

*Early bird closes 8 weeks prior to each event and is only available for ATMS members.

Meet your presenters

John Kirkwood has been practising and teaching Acupressure and Myofascial Release for 35 years. David Sheehan has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) and Diploma of Health Science (Remedial Massage) and has been teaching his own energy efficient and effective cupping techniques to massage therapists, physiotherapists and other manual therapists for the past 13 years.

John Kirkwood

John Kirkwood has been practicing and teaching Five Element Acupressure since 1985. His primary studies were in California with a variety of teachers of acupressure, acupuncture and massage. An inspiring teacher, John unites his teaching skills with his lifelong passion for Five Element Acupressure.

He believes that the physical body is just one aspect of who we are and that it is inseparable from our mind, emotions and spirit. By helping us to understand the connections between these levels of our nature, he empowers us to take charge of our own health and well-being.

John currently teaches workshops in five states and is the author of ‘The Way of the Five Elements’ and ‘The Way of the Five Seasons’ published by Singing Dragon Press.

David Sheehan

David Sheehan has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement), Diploma of Health Science (Remedial Massage) and Diploma of Education. His career highlights include working as a lead sports trainer with various football clubs, which included the use of vacuum cupping for both prevention of and treatment for injuries. Over time, David has developed these skills and now teaches his own energy efficient and effective cupping techniques to massage therapists, physiotherapists and other manual therapists in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, the UK, Canada and the Unites States