Two New Somatic Exercise Coach Trainings for 2014

2014 has been a busy year for Essential Somatics®. I have traveled to Australia, England, Norway, Canada, and cities throughout the United States to teach the Somatic Exercise Coach (SEC) Trainings (Level One and Level Two) and the clinical professional training. I have had the pleasure of teaching with Laura Gates, CHSE, Carrie Day, CCSE and Theresa Evans, CCSE as well. Together we have taught over 60 Yoga, Pilates, and movement teachers as well as several physiotherapists, psychotherapists and chiropractors how to use the concepts and exercises of Hanna Somatic Education to help students and patients learn to relieve their own muscle pain, improve movement, and take back control of their lives.

Last two Somatic Exercise Coach trainings for 2014

In November 2014, I will teach the last two SEC trainings of the year. This is a last chance to participate in a very popular and exciting 3-day training and walk away with tools to help your clients help themselves move the way they were meant to move.
Astoria, New York 
November 7 - 9, 2014
only 3 places left!
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San Jose, California - first time in Northern California!
November 21 - 23, 2014
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This training is open to movement  professionals, body-workers, athletic/fitness trainers, Yoga, NIA and Pilates teachers and medical professionals and others outside the movement profession who want to learn to use Somatic Exercises to help others. You will leave with a new perspective on how functional muscle pain develops in the body and how Sensory Motor Amnesia (SMA), the condition of chronically contracted, painful muscles, can be reversed. SMA is the root cause of many muscle pain conditions, such as sciatica, plantarfascitis, back pain, neck and shoulder pain, TMJ, IT band pain and hip pain.
Learn how to help your clients and students begin to eliminate chronic muscle pain - on their own - so they can prepare to move better at any age or in any activity.
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Please contact Martha directly with any questions.