Join me for a 2 hour workshop to learn about MELT and experience in your own body what it can do for you!
Come visit with me at the Tunnel Stop, every Thursday 4pm to about 5pm. We will do Hand MELT and learn about a variety of things that you can do to relieve Arthritis and stiffness from hands to neck to shoulders.
Everybody had a great time and I truly enjoyed my visit to El Paso yesterday.
First stop was the White Acres Senior Home. What a delightful group to work with. We did the Hand MELT, 50 second face lift and Foot MELT. All can be done sitting and be very effective.
Next stop was an experienced TaiChi group who learned a little bit more of how the connective tissue relates to their TaiChi practice and got to feel their balance, and perhaps imbalance, of their own bodies. We started out with a Foot MELT, then the Rebalance Sequence and ended with the Seated Compression Sequence. We even had one lady working with a half roller against the wall for Rebalance.
A big thanks goes out to Ray Abeyta for inviting me to work with his groups!
I am going for my 4th MELT training in august. More information, better teaching, more helping other’s achieve their health and fitness goals 🙂 If you would like to help me go, I have set up a GoFundMe page for a partial amount of what it will cost me to further my education. I appreciate your help!!
Dates: March 6,8,13,15,20,22 (Tuesday and Thursday)
Time: 10:30am to 11:45 am
Location: TBD at NMState on Scenic
To register visit: http://nmsua.edu/continuing-ed/commed/
Meltmethod.com has a great tool where you can search and find a MELT instructor near you, the MELT FINDER!
Link Between Manual Therapy, Movement, Fascia and Cancer, Thomas Findley, MD, PhD, Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Rutgers University, New Jersey Medical School, VA New Jersey Health Care System, NJ.