Workshops & Events

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All workshops taught by Joe Rodin, MA, LMP, CTP are NBCTMB accredited (#681) for ceu’s.

June 2017

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 CLINICAL MASTERY OF TMJ DISORDERS ™
for massage therapists

June 3-4th, Seattle, WA
June 23-24th, Vancouver, WA

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Explore the fascinating landscape of the tmj complex:

You’ll learn
• Detailed anatomy and biomechanics of the TMJ comples
• Foundational intra-oral and extra-oral palpation and evaluation protocols

Saturday and Sunday, June 3-4th, 9am-6pm. Seattle, WA
Friday and Saturday, June 23-24th, 9am-6pm. Vancouver, WA

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Three Dimensional TMJ Assessment
with Dr. Jim Carlson DDS
(*individual consultation below)

In the morning, we’ll explore essential concepts gleaned from Dr. Carlson’s 50 years of clinical experience. The afternoon is an extensive lab in which we’ll observe Dr. Carlson assessing real patients, utilizing concepts learned in the morning.
Half day (am or pm), $100, whole day $180.00.

JUNE 9 SEATTLE, WA
JUNE 16 VANCOUVER, WA

tmj11-23.jpgTarget the causes of TMJ restrictions:
June 9th, Seattle, WA
June 16th, Vancouver, WA
8:30am-5:45pm.

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*Individual Consultation
with Dr. Jim Carlson DDS

For an expert second opinion or consultation regarding possible TMJ related problems, and questions about images, appliances and prodedures. Includes 45 minutes of direct contact with Dr. Carlson, DDS, a licensed Dentist in Washington State, within an educational setting. Friday, June 16th,1:30-5:30pm. Seattle, WA.Here is an opportunity to .
Half day (am or pm), $100, whole day $180.00.

tmj11-23.jpgTarget the causes of TMJ restrictions:
June 9th, Seattle, WA
June 16th, Vancouver, WA
1:30pm-5:45pm.

JUNE 9 SEATTLE, WA
JUNE 16 VANCOUVER, WA

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TMJ Lab
June 10th, Seattle, WA 

This three hour review highlights Intra-Oral treatment techniques to sharpen your skills and raise your confidence. Open to anyone experienced with both anatomy and palpation of the TMJ muscles.

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Resetting The Body After Injury 
June 17th, Pt. Townsend, WA

istockphoto_5664112-brainTrauma occurs when destructive events overwhelm our system’s higher defenses, and our organism resorts to internal fragmentation or walling off to cope with its devastating effects. These can include nervous system hypervigilance , rigid somatic patterning, and conditioned emotional responses.

Through skillful touch and bodywork we can facilitate clients in releasing these effects, becoming present in their bodies, and learning to reunite to their experience of wholeness.

In this course, we’ll learn to restore balance to the sensori-motor nervous system, attune and respond to clients with empathic resonance both verbally and somatically, and facilitate the release of unnecessary, protective patterning.

Saturday, June 17th
Port Townsend, WA

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Headaches Many Faces
June 18th, Port Townsend, WA

tmj_IphotoHeadaches refer to a broad range of pain experienced in the head, face and skull. They derive from any combination of various structures including nerves, sutures, sinuses, arteries, muscles, and the functional and structural abnormalities. Sources can be both local and remote from the site of pain.

The key to treating headaches is combining the client’s symptom profile with incisive history taking and prolific palpatory assessment. We can then differentiate among the many sources and types of headache and base our treatments accordingly.

In this workshop we’ll differentiate between facial, sutural, TMJ, neurologic, structural and vestibular causes that result in migraine, tension, sinus, cluster and other headaches. We’ll learn both their presentation and targeted methods of treatment.

Sunday, June 18th
Port Townsend, WA

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JULY/AUG/SEPT

Resetting The Body After Injury 
July 16th, Seattle, WA

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Trauma occurs when destructive events overwhelm our system’s higher defenses, and our organism resorts to internal fragmentation or walling off to cope with its devastating effects. These can include nervous system hypervigilance , rigid somatic patterning, and conditioned emotional responses.

Through skillful touch and bodywork we can facilitate clients in releasing these effects, becoming present in their bodies, and learning to reunite to their experience of wholeness.

In this course, we’ll learn to restore balance to the sensori-motor nervous system, attune and respond to clients with empathic resonance both verbally and somatically, and facilitate the release of unnecessary, protective patterning.

Saturday, July 16th
Seattle, WA

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INTRODUCTION TO TRAGER A: The Art of Oscillatory Compression

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The Trager Approach offers unique, powerful contributions to the fields of bodywork, holistic health and healing.

(Intro to Trager A and B explore different facets of Trager work and can be taken in any order)

 


Saturday, September 30th
Seattle, WA

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OCT/NOV/DEC

Resetting the Body After Injury and Trauma
October 7-8th, Walla Walla, WA

istockphoto_5664112-brainInjury creates two effects: the primary effect is the initial acute pathologic changes to muscle, fascia, nerve, or other structures of the body due to an injury, and the secondary effect is the body’s protective, defensive bracing around the injury. Too often this becomes part of the client’s chronic postural and pain patterns—long after acute problems are successfully resolved.

In this course, we’ll learn to restore balance to the sensori-motor nervous system, attune and respond to clients with empathic resonance both verbally and somatically, and facilitate the release of unnecessary, protective patterning.

INSTRUCTOR:
Joe Rodin MA, LMP, CTP., has been practicing bodywork for seventeen years. A certified Trager® Practitioner, he’s also studied and taught cranial sacral therapy and other forms of manual therapy in Washington and California.

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING:

Clear content with Amazing Results!
Kristi Z, LMP

I appreciate Joe’s humbleness and his skill and wisdom.’
Barbra Helyn Heard

Unique, 10/10, rare to see such an integrative philosophy, I’ll be checking into Joe’s other classes
Judy Hammer, LMP

This class was more informative and challenging than I expected. Presentation, expertise, and instructor’s preparedness were excellent.
Iris Forcier LMP, Seattle

Well put together, humorous, easy to follow, easy to understand and retain. Very useful, gave a great other perspective of technique and showed additional intent that changes how I can approach tem. I liked the instructor’s attitude and style of teaching as well as his approach to technique, especially the mind-body connection. Joe is a fantastic teacher and the class enjoyable, and easy to follow while still being profound.
Alex Ashworth

Love the tone you set for the class, ‘open,’ ‘no right or wrong.’ Excellent, 10/10. You wove together complex concepts as though describing a gentle dance—movement and flow. Have never had an instructor emphasize that—top notch. Integrative class, not compartmentalized. Easy to begin using with clients right away. Instructors style is pleasantly unique and inviting.
Judy Hammer

October 7-8th 9:30am-6:30pm.
Walla Walla, WA  

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Myofascial Release for Spinal Fixations
November 4-5th, Tacoma, WA

    • Learn the special role of spinal fixations in musculoseketal dysfunctionMMF_SF (1)
    • Learn how myofascial release addresses these issues
    • Hands on introduction to the work.

Assessment and Treatment of Myofascial Dysfunctions Related To:

Pelvis, Lumbar Thoracic, Cervical Spine

CONDITIONS ADDRESSED IN THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDE:

-Whiplash                                         -Neuromuscular Limitations
-Scoliosis                                         -Chronic Neck and Back Pain

MYOFASCIAL APPROACHES INCLUDE
-Hierarchical Treatment Strategies
-Differentiating Between Joint and Muscular Origin to Soft Tissue Imbalances

INSTRUCTOR:
Joe Rodin MA, LMP, CTP., has been practicing bodywork for seventeen years. A certified Trager® Practitioner, he’s also studied and taught cranial sacral therapy and other forms of manual therapy in Washington and California.

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING:
So useful!! I would definitely recommend this to other therapeutic massage therapists. I really enjoyed Joe’s teaching style. Love the hands on. Loved the atmosphere, I never felt like I couldn’t ask a question. So different from most continuing education classes because we are encouraged to look at bones vs ignoring them. The description of the class laid out exactly what we would learn.
Amberle Daniels LMP Seattle

Excellent pace and technique and hands on time was great.
Thuan, LMP Seattle

A must for all therapists that are geared toward treatment work. A must for really helping people. Joe has a gift to put the material out in a non controversial way. His easy manner makes learning easy and helps to retain the material.
Michael Ginsberg LMP

May 20-21st 9:30am-6:30pm.
Spokane, WA  

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Resetting the Body After Trauma
Saturday, November 11th
Seattle, WA

istockphoto_5664112-brainTrauma occurs when destructive events overwhelm our system’s higher defenses, and our organism resorts to internal fragmentation or walling off to cope with its devastating effects. These can include nervous system hypervigilance , rigid somatic patterning, and conditioned emotional responses.

Through skillful touch and bodywork we can facilitate clients in releasing these effects, becoming present in their bodies, and learning to reunite to their experience of wholeness.

In this course, we’ll learn to restore balance to the sensori-motor nervous system, attune and respond to clients with empathic resonance both verbally and somatically, and facilitate the release of unnecessary, protective patterning.

Click here for more information

INSTRUCTOR:

Joe Rodin MA, LMP, CTP., has been practicing bodywork for seventeen years. A certified Trager® Practitioner, he’s also studied and taught cranial sacral therapy and other forms of manual therapy in Washington and California.

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING:
Clear content with Amazing Results!
Kristi Z, LMP

I appreciate Joe’s humbleness and his skill and wisdom.’
Barbra Helyn Heard

Unique, 10/10, rare to see such an integrative philosophy, I’ll be checking into Joe’s other classes
Judy Hammer, LMP

This class was more informative and challenging than I expected. Presentation, expertise, and instructor’s preparedness were excellent.
Iris Forcier LMP, Seattle

Well put together, humorous, easy to follow, easy to understand and retain. Very useful, gave a great other perspective of technique and showed additional intent that changes how I can approach tem. I liked the instructor’s attitude and style of teaching as well as his approach to technique, especially the mind-body connection. Joe is a fantastic teacher and the class enjoyable, and easy to follow while still being profound.
Alex Ashworth

Love the tone you set for the class, ‘open,’ ‘no right or wrong.’ Excellent, 10/10. You wove together complex concepts as though describing a gentle dance—movement and flow. Have never had an instructor emphasize that—top notch. Integrative class, not compartmentalized. Easy to begin using with clients right away. Instructors style is pleasantly unique and inviting.
Judy Hammer

Saturday, November 11th 9:30am-6:30pm.
Seattle, WA  

Click here for more information
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Myofascial Release for Spinal Fixations
November 18-19th, Vancouver, WA
December 2-3, Olympia, WA

    • Learn the special role of spinal fixations in musculoseketal dysfunctionMMF_SF (1)
    • Learn how myofascial release addresses these issues
    • Hands on introduction to the work.

Assessment and Treatment of Myofascial Dysfunctions Related To:

Pelvis, Lumbar, Thoracic, Cervical Spine

CONDITIONS ADDRESSED IN THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDE:

-Whiplash                                         -Neuromuscular Limitations
-Scoliosis                                         -Chronic Neck and Back Pain

MYOFASCIAL APPROACHES INCLUDE
-Hierarchical Treatment Strategies
-Differentiating Between Joint and Muscular Origin to Soft Tissue Imbalances

INSTRUCTOR:
Joe Rodin MA, LMP, CTP., has been practicing bodywork for seventeen years. A certified Trager® Practitioner, he’s also studied and taught cranial sacral therapy and other forms of manual therapy in Washington and California.

WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING:
So useful!! I would definitely recommend this to other therapeutic massage therapists. I really enjoyed Joe’s teaching style. Love the hands on. Loved the atmosphere, I never felt like I couldn’t ask a question. So different from most continuing education classes because we are encouraged to look at bones vs ignoring them. The description of the class laid out exactly what we would learn.
Amberle Daniels LMP Seattle

Excellent pace and technique and hands on time was great.
Thuan, LMP Seattle

A must for all therapists that are geared toward treatment work. A must for really helping people. Joe has a gift to put the material out in a non controversial way. His easy manner makes learning easy and helps to retain the material.
Michael Ginsberg LMP

Vancouver 18-19th 9:30am-6:30pm.
Vancouver, WA  

December 2-3rd 9:30am-6:30pm.
Olympia, WA  

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Headaches Many Faces
December 10th, Seattle, WA

tmj_IphotoHeadaches refer to a broad range of pain experienced in the head, face and skull. They derive from any combination of various structures including nerves, sutures, sinuses, arteries, muscles, and the functional and structural abnormalities. Sources can be both local and remote from the site of pain.

The key to treating headaches is combining the client’s symptom profile with incisive history taking and prolific palpatory assessment. We can then differentiate among the many sources and types of headache and base our treatments accordingly.

In this workshop we’ll differentiate between facial, sutural, TMJ, neurologic, structural and vestibular causes that result in migraine, tension, sinus, cluster and other headaches. We’ll learn both their presentation and targeted methods of treatment.

Saturday, December 10th
Seattle, WA

Click here for more information

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