Yongxin Fan presents at Lauterstein-Conway…
Yongxin Fan presents at Lauterstein-Conway School of Massage
Yongxin Fan will be a featured presenter at the Lauterstein-Conway School of Massage on June 30th. This event entitled Tapas & Techniques is Lauterstein-Conway's second annual networking event is open to local massage therapists, employers and the community and will take place Wednesday, June 30th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Lauterstein-Conway Massage School.
The event is open to massage therapists, wellness industry employers and affiliates and the public.
In true tapa fashion, participants will learn and sample several of Austin's greatest LMTs favorite massage techniques and tricks. Learn something new, meet new people and earn two free CE credits!
RSVP now to reserve your seat!
Featured presenters & topics:
Yongxin Fan, LAc, MD (China): Tuina for the Abdomen. Fan is an accomplished instructor of traditional Chinese tuina and a core faculty member at Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin (AOMA). Since 1991 he has specialized in an integrated therapy of acupuncture, herbs and tuina to treat various pain syndromes, muscle injuries, fractures, headaches, stress, insomnia and more.
Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI: Lymphatic Massage for the Face. Ariana Vincent has been a Massage Therapy Instructor and a Continuing Education Provider for 11 years.
Jan Hutchinson, BS, LMT, MTI, CNMT, CZB: Pillow Placement for Positioning. Jan Hutchinson graduated from the University of Minnesota with distinction in Physical Therapy and later from The Third Coast School of Massage Therapy. Jan has been certified in Neuromuscular Therapy.
Michelle Burns, BSN, BS Alt.Med., LMT, MTI, CEP: Client-assisted, Sidelying Release of the Latissimus and Teres for Head and Neck Pain. Michelle is the founder of Advanced Holistic Healing Arts. Michelle is a Health and Wellness consultant, healer, and teacher.
Ritchie Mintz: Rolfing Strategies for the Back. Richie is a Certified Advanced Practitioner of Rolfing® Structural Integration. Trained at the Rolf Institute and expert in the field of human physical structure, he has 30 years.
Tom Darilek: Melting the Attachments of the Occipital Ridge. Tom Darilek completed his BA in philosophy from The University of Notre Dame and worked in healthcare related fields for several years before.
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