• Affordable classes for individuals or small groups.

  • Course topics and materials current to our modern society from a Kinesiology point of view. Classes will include relevant anatomy and kinesiology review and practical application of applied wellness therapies. Manual therapies will be performed so clothing worn should be comfortable and functional to give and receive light bodywork.

  • 3 credit hours for $58 per class, Sign up for entire series at $52 per class ($260 for 15 CE's)

  • Onsite classes available within the Puget Sound area, travel fee applies

  • Class 1: Kinesiology Review and Designing Self Care

    • Refreshing our knowledge about the agonist/antagonist relationship with muscles, planes & axis' of movement, muscle origins/insertions, fascia and movement function, etc.. Also designing easy self care for therapists' to improve career longevity and that's also great for clients.

  • Class 2: Tech Neck Mechanism

    • Reviewing the neck and shoulder complex and postural breakdown that occurs as a result of repetitively using today's technology, in particular our smart phones, tablets, computers and laptops.

  • Class 3: Sit-Drive Mechanism

    • Focusing on postural functions and breakdowns that occur as a result of sitting as much as we do in modern society and looking more closely at the repetitive stresses the body endures as we drive.

  • Class 4: Active-Modern Lifestyle Mechanism

    • Breaking down Repetitive strain mechanisms, "weekend warrior syndrome", exercise and fatigue, chronic inflammation and injury response, as well as, how we as Therapists' can help.

  • Class 5: Principles of Palpation

The human body is built for movement. It is not designed for sitting in cars or on couches, it does not want to stare at computers or cell phones all day. We need to get it moving again....
— Kyle E. Clemens, Applied Wellness Therapies