Webinar Series: Hot Stones
This is a 3-part webinar series
Joint us at:
12:00-2:00pm AEST, Monday 5th June 2023
12:00-2:00pm AEST, Wednesday 7th June 2023
12:00-2:00pm AEST, Friday 9th June 2023
CPE: 6 CPE points
Webinar Recordings: Registering for this live event will also give you access to the webinar recordings.
Webinar recordings can be watched at any time.
The Hot and Cold Foundations of Remedial Hot Stones for manual therapists
Why use hot and cold in remedial treatments and what is happening physiologically for your clients. Being able to critically think though the power of hot and cold is a must for every therapist in order to treat safely and confidently.
Understand how knowledge of water bacteria cuts the required set up and cleaning by 90%.
Low back pain with remedial hot stones a guide for manual therapists. Low back pain is a common and costly condition in Australia. Approximately 25% of Australians suffer from low back pain and about half of those seek care. In Australia the direct costs of treatment are approximately $1 billion with a further $8 billion in indirect costs.
Join this webinar training to explore how using Remedial Hot Stones can be part of the solution and what manual therapists can do to help people with Low back pain in our practices. Understanding low back pain is a great way to help our clients and deliver results that clients love.
Treating Amazing Arms with Remedial Hot stones and Bonus therapist self care
Join this webinar to expand your knowledge. We will cover how knowing these simple techniques can help your clients with RSI such golfers and tennis elbow, hand and wrist pain for all your office workers.
As a bonus I will also cover therapists self-care techniques for hands, wrist and forearms with hot and cold to keep your most precious assets in tiptop condition!
Presenter: Christine Knox
Christine Knox is an internationally trained & renowned Practitioner, Course Creator, Coach and Author.
She delivers Australia’s only mentored online courses for hands-on therapists in Remedial Hot Stones and Gentle Scar Therapy. Christine believes that Massage Therapists deserve to have long and happy careers, use techniques that avoid injury and deliver a client experience that gives peacefulness to clients.
She trained in the UK and holds the highest qualification available to massage therapists, a professional degree BTEC level 6 in advanced clinical and sports massage.
With 14 years of massage and bodywork experience, coupled with a background in performing arts, sales, teaching, and business across the UK and Australia. She has been exposed to an extraordinary blend of perspectives which has resulted in her creating a truly unique framework of sustainability and fulfillment that is changing the way Massage Therapists, Myotherapists, and Bodyworkers develop their business and hands-on practical skills.