Our goal at the M2TBlade.com is to provide leading IASTM education with assessments, research, technique, and exercise.
One way we strive to provide top education is providing education webinars weekly on new and exciting concepts for trainers, therapist, doctors, and students. These webinars are, and always will be no cost.
Are next two online workshops or webinars are as follows:
Assess and Defeat Frozen Shoulder: 45 Minutes - February 1st, 2020
Click Here To Register: https://iastmeducation.clickmeeting.com/assess-and-defeat-frozen-shoulder-an-assessment-and-treatment-webinar/register?_ga=2.263305548.1191078112.1580351795-1721120677.1566487724
Treating Kids with IASTM: 30 Minute Webinar - February 4th, 2020
Click Here to Register: https://iastmeducation.clickmeeting.com/can-kids-receive-iastm-treatment-a-45-minute-introduction-webinar-free-/register?_ga=2.220426840.1191078112.1580351795-1721120677.1566487724
Do you love dogs?
We do too! - Thats why we set out to create the first and only Canine IASTM Certification!
What is IASTM?
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) IASTM is another option to resolve pain and tightness in the body. The instruments make it easier to detect and treat fascia and muscle dysfunction, triggering an inflammatory healing response.
Typically used in HOOMANS, the M2T-Blade as one of the leaders in the IASTM field is the first and only certification course to bring IASTM therapy and treatment to our four legged friends.
Click here to join our webinar: https://iastmeducation.clickmeeting.com/canine-iastm-treatment-of-small-and-large-dogs-with-instruments/register?_ga=2.144304304.48099607.1578572934-1085349984.1547174209
The Holidays are over, but that doesn't mean you still can' treat yourself!
A Message From our COO, Ms. Lyneth Pansensoy
Sometimes shoulders just seize up, painfully and mysteriously: frozen shoulder. It comes with other diseases, usually diabetes, or it follows traumas or periods of immobilisation — hold the shoulder in one position for long enough, and it actually may get stuck there. The shoulder is the only joint that often “freezes” like this.
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