Kathy Howard Training students.

Unit I Rossiter System Head to Toe Stretching

(16 ce’s) ~This two-day workshop provides “hands-on” instruction in about 30 Rossiter System techniques that can be used immediately to relieve pain almost anywhere in the body, including carpal tunnel syndrome, low back pain, joint pain, tension headaches, and plantar fasciitis.
Training is fun, lively, interactive and multimedia. Each participant works with other class members and learns from various modes – visual aids, streaming videos, written instructions, and lots of practical “hands-on” time. Every participant learns each technique as both recipient and provider. What you get: A comprehensive set of tools for all-over body pain, a priceless workout, a manual covering the techniques you’ll learn, and the opportunity to purchase Rossiter System supplies, including wooden stands and Practitioner Web-site access.
This workshop is certified for continuing education by NCBTMB (16 CEU’s), BOC (NATA), and NASM.
· September 15-16, 2012 Rossiter Southeast 1400 Battleground Ave, Suite 213 Greensboro, NC
· October 16-17, 2012 Rossiter Southeast 1400 Battleground Ave, Suite 213 Greensboro, NC
· November 17-18, 2012 Rossiter Southeast 1400 Battleground Ave, Suite 213 Greensboro, NC

Unit II Rossiter System Certification

(24 ce’s) ~ If the techniques you learned in Unit I made you hungry for more, Unit II is a treat you won’t want to miss. Based on the same learning format as Unit I, the Unit II class reaches into higher levels of The Rossiter System, where techniques become a bit more challenging but more powerful, specific and effective. This three-day class addresses the upper body by offering arm, hand, elbow and shoulder /neck techniques from Levels 2-4 of The Rossiter System. (If you thought Hole in the Shoulder was a particularly powerful technique for opening the shoulder girdle, wait till you see what Level 4 has to offer!). Participants also receive more techniques for low backs, knees, legs, hamstrings and quadriceps. Participants learn techniques as both Coach (therapist/provider) and PIC (client) in the same multi-format learning environment — frequent demonstrations and hands-on learning, streaming videos projected onto a screen for reinforcement and practice, written learning guide and constant instructor guidance. With Unit II under your belt, you’ll return to your practice, your clinic, your athletic team or your life with even more powerful “tools” for preventing and alleviating pain anywhere in the body. Unit I is a pre-requisite for Unit II.
· October 19-21, 2012 Rossiter Southeast 1400 Battleground Ave, Suite 213 Greensboro, NC