Michael E. Campbell, LMT, LWC, B.S. has practiced massage therapy since 1980. He graduated with a B.S. in Health and Wellness from Kaplan University and the Lawrence/Harrison Institute (bodywork) in NYC, the Florida School of Massage and the Pacific School of Bodywork and Awareness. He also holds certifications in Life Coaching, Colon Hydrotherapy and Addictions Counseling. He also practiced sports massage on Olympian medalists at the University of Florida’s swim and gymnastics teams, supervised by nationally renowned LMT, Benny Vaughn. He is a former instructor at the Holistic Massage Training Institute in Baltimore. He draws from 8 different bodywork modalities: Swedish massage, Sports Massage, Connective Tissue Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Structural Integration, Reflexology, Polarity and Shiatsu.

“Introduction to Structural Connective Tissue Therapy”

Structural Connective Tissue Therapy or SCTT is an advanced massage therapy and bodywork training intended to provide the new or seasoned bodyworker with an overview of valuable tools from which to draw when working with clients who have musculoskeletal balances, chronic tension and pain. The focus of this training is on restructuring specific anatomical structures that are dysfunctional, distorted or imbalanced and how to work with those acute and chronic soft tissue issues. Melting tissue and altering structure for postural balance is a main goal of this course. Participants will begin learning what SCTT is, as used in Structural Integration/Rolfing and how it is applied.

Sun., 4/29 8-12noon and 1-5pm 8 CEs
Bring: massage table, sheets, 2 bath towels and 1 large towel for draping, 1 stick of 100% cocoa butter

NCBTMB Provider #1317