Offerings for those not part of the mentorship community. All offerings are included in the annual membership commitment.
Seeing Is Believing: A Systematic Approach to Movement Observation
Designed to help you improve your ability to identify movement dysfunction through observation, “Seeing is Believing” uses a combination of theory and practice to explore—from both a big-picture perspective and a zoomed-in examination of isolated body parts—how to visually differentiate between “normal” or efficient movement and wonky, laboured, or inefficient movement, and how to integrate those observations into the work you do with your patients or clients. Developed in collaboration with Sally Belanger of LinkAMM
Neurofunctional Acupuncture Workshops
These face to face workshops are run throughout the year in conjunction with the McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program, offering additional supervised time for skill acquisition to maximize knowledge and skill retention upon completing the program. Workshops are held in Toronto. Contact us for upcoming workshop dates.