Joel Tull, LMBT
NC License No.719
3005 Pisgah Court
Greensboro, NC 27455
For more information
on the workshops:
Register for Joel's
Ethics, Kinetic Massage℠, Table Applications of Thai, Two Thumbs Up, Seated
What you will receive in these seminars are not just new techniques, but a new perspective on your practice. If you plan to do massage full time and expect income comparable to other professions, then you need to have fluid, creative, muscle specific choices in your repertoire. You will stand out from the crowd and ensure that your body will not be hurt or injured.
Receive insights in nurturing a full time practice, alternative draping techniques, thumb/wrist/forearm/body saving techniques – all served up with enthusiasm and humor. You will be able to translate what you learn to your practice as soon as you get home.
"This is just a fabulous experience. I wouldn't have missed this"
"Every second of the class was productive and TIME WELL-SPENT"
"Taking a class from Joel is like taking a class from Robin Williams"
"Use of humor, descriptive pictorial language which I needed as a visual learner, wonderful one on one instruction, uses encouragement..."
D.S., New Jersey
"Two Thumbs Up-Kinetic Massage Techniques was presented by Joel Tull with expert assistance from Jim Hoffman. This workshop was action packed with more than enough variety to please every therapist and client. If you are a little shy about the concept of sharing table top space or doing full range of motion with a partially-clothed client, not to worry. Most of the techniques work extremely well with the client fully clothed. Wonderful applications were presented for working with folks at runs and races, walks (like Relay for Life), and on-site opportunities. Joel incorporates his life of continuing education and experiences to develop this work and freely gives the credit to those whose work he mimics or those from which his techniques were drawn... The Thai massage techniques that were adapted to be done on the table instead of a mat were particularly intriguing to me. His instructions (written and verbal) were very clear as well as descriptive and fun. How can we forget that "water ski practice" is a leg traction, "twist my arm – Kermit eats triceps" is a triceps technique, "reverse obscene gesture" is wonderful erector spinae treatment, "wax on, wax off" is a trapezius and rhomboid sweep... This was the best hands-off workshop I've ever attended... Well done!"
Debra K. Casebere, Greenville, NC – reprinted from AMTA NC Newsletter
February 11, 2011
Joel Tull's Workshops for Massage Professionals
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