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Hip Twists and Lower Back Opening Techniques with Tracey Windmill

I am bringing in an amazing guest teacher (and Silver Medal Winner at the World Massage Championships) to teach another one of her inspiring classes!

Dynamic Hip Twists and Lower Back Opening Techniques create space and opening in the whole Pelvic Girdle working on the Hip Flexors, Gluts, QL, and Hamstrings. You will learn techniques with your client in the prone, supine and side lying positions to use correct body mechanics with this 3 Dimensional bodywork.

From Tracey: I am a mover and a groover, a lover of life and adventures, as well being the eternal student as I love to be continually learning. My bodywork has a 3 Dimensional Quality to it and differs with each client and session as I strive to meet my clients needs on a deeper level. I have been practicing bodywork for 25 years after receiving my first qualifications in 1992, along with a Naturopathic Certification in 1994 from the Southern School of Natural Therapies, all in my beautiful homeland of Australia. In the past few years I have studying over 600 hours with my teacher Leslie Bruder of the Institute of Phenomenal Touch and am a Certified Phenomenal Touch Master Practitioner®.

I have practiced bodywork in places such as Far North Queensland in world heritage listed rainforest settings, to the island of Tasmania, Alaska and currently have a very successful business at 9000 ft in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. After a recent trip to the World Massage Championships, I received a Silver Medal in Freestyle Massage and am so blessed to have had this experience of bringing exceptional bodywork and client connection to a World Stage. I'm inviting you to become exceptional by learning something new, because why settle for less than excellence?

April 27th from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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Taught By Tracey Windmill
When Saturday, April 27, 2019 12:00 AM
Where 419 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
CE Hours 6
Price $150
Posted Thursday, March 07, 2019 09:31 AM

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