Scar Tissue Massage is offered in multiple CE hour units of: 6, 12, or 20.
Inefficient healing of scar tissue after surgery or injury can seriously affect quality of life and increase health costs. The ability to influence the scar tissue matrix’ organization is key to achieving maximum range of motion and muscle function. This class will provide participants with an overview of Scar Tissue massage techniques and practices. Lectures will focus on the connective tissue processes of wound healing, both post-surgery and post–injury, including the energy dynamics of scar tissue remodeling. The hands-on portion will consist of demonstrations of various scar tissue massage techniques performed on a variety of scar tissue conditions and restrictions. The demonstrations are followed by participants’ active massage work on scar tissue situations, with instructor assistance and guidance.
Check out the ‘Scar Tissue Techniques’ and ‘Scar Tissue Research’ articles in Blogs/Articles on this website
ScarTissue Course Testimonial:
“I had surgery on my back to have melanoma removed. The scar from something so little was so big. It is about 8 inches long. I went to get the scar massaged not long after surgery. It was wonderful. It made the scar feel softer, made the healing quicker and got the blood flowing better. It helps heal the tissue underneath so much quicker. I definitely felt a difference after my sessions.”
— Mary Lou
Dress in comfy clothing: shorts, yoga pants, sweats, t-shirts, tanks. No jeans, please.