dornmethod workshops

Almost every person suffers once in their lives from back pain – so The Dorn Method with it’s successful results is definately in demand. It is a very valuable skill to add to your treatment list and very easy to learn at an inexpensive cost in a short time.

This 2 day intensive workshop is accredited by the F.H.T., Balens, IPTI and more to gain for your annual CPD points.

The F.H.T. requires a Level 3 in Anatomy and Physiology with qualification in Body Massage.

This is an intensive two day seminar where you will learn the fundamentals of the Dorn Method Techniques focused more towards the practical application (80% of the workshop) with necessary theroretical aspects.

The groups will be small with a maximum of 4-6 people – so there will be plenty of hands on time as well as theory.

After day 2 you will receive a completion certificate with which you can apply to your insurance.

You don’t have to be a therapist to take part – it is open for anyone who is interested in learning a wonderful therapy.

If you wish to take Dorn further there are Practice Days and Refresher Days offered.

Also you will have the opportunity to apply to  be a member of the DMTA – The Dorn Method Therapist Association where students will be expected to attend a Practice Day and also complete a number of case studies.

10 CPD Points with the FHT Insurance Company. Please check with your Insurance Company for details.

The Workshop course fee is £280 with a £80 non-refundable deposit to confirm your booking and secure your place.

The venue is in a very beautiful quiet and peaceful studio at Lake Windermere between Windermere and Bowness.

The workshop contents covers:

  • Dorn Method Introduction including Basic Anatomy relevant to the Dorn Method, Dorn Theory and fundamentals
  • Application, Limitations and Contra-Indications, Body Reactions to the treatment and After Care Advice
  • Assessment and Correction of pelvic, sacrum and joints
  • Lumbar, Thoracic and Cervical vertebrae check and necessary correction of any imbalances
  • Self Help Exercises which you can teach your clients or/and apply to yourself
  • The Breuss Massage

For future workshop/training dates please visit DMTA Dorn Method Therapists Association or visit my Facebook page. If you have any questions I’m very happy to help.