4 Communications/Ethics CEs for Oregon LMTs
Friday, February 22, 2019 | 10:00 am – 2:00 pm | $80
Explaining the tell-tale marks from cupping and scraping (khoodt, gua sha, cao gio) can be a daunting task. In this workshop we’ll focus on simple and efficient ways to help your client understand anatomy, physiology, and pathology from a traditional medicine perspective, what the markings mean, and why they need to bundle up after a treatment.
Material will include:
• Simply and effectively explaining Traditional models of anatomy, physiology, and pathology, and why it is important when using Traditional practices like cupping and scraping (gua sha, khoodt, cao gio, etc).
• Simply and effectively explaining the Traditional Medicine understanding of cupping and scraping marks to clients, client’s family members, and other health care professionals.
• How Traditional Medicine understandings affect client intake/interview, informed consent, and compliance with post treatment care instructions.
• Verbal, written, and visual (pictures and demonstration) tools for use with clients.
• Communicating the goals, mechanisms, and effects of Traditional practices like cupping and scraping to other health care professionals.
We’ll be using scraping as the model for this material – if you aren’t familiar with scraping, by the end of the workshop you’ll be able to safely and effectively use this wonderful technique on yourself and clients.
Registration No previous bodywork experience is necessary, pre-registration required. Workshop taught by Jim Madras, LMT #7853.