Bindegewebsmassage / Connective Tissue Massage (Brian Utting)

Wanneer:
april 19, 2022 hele dag
2022-04-19T00:00:00+02:00
2022-04-20T00:00:00+02:00
Waar:
Akademie voor Massage en Beweging
Wingerdweg 32A
Amsterdam
Kosten:
175
Contact:
Bureau Akademie voor Massage en Beweging
020 330 8572
Bindegewebsmassage / Connective Tissue Massage (Brian Utting) @ Akademie voor Massage en Beweging
Bindegewebsmassage / Connective Tissue Massage (Brian Utting)

Datum: 19 april 2022
Tijd: 09.30 - 18.30 uur
Docent: Brian Utting
Locatie: Wingerdweg 32, 1031 CA Amsterdam
Voor wie: masseurs en massagetherapeuten
Prijs: € 175,00
Accreditatie: LVNT en VBAG

 

Bindegewebsmassage, or Connective Tissue Massage (CTM), is a precise and elegant way to work with the body's dermatomes and autonomic reflexes to induce corresponding autonomic changes in specific organs. The technique was developed in Germany by Elizabeth Dicke, and is widely practiced in Europe, although it is less known in the United States. Bindegewebsmassage is quite powerful, although it can appear subtle at first.

Starting with the sacrum, specific cutaneous zones are stroked with a dragging pressure in a precise and orchestrated way that can "trick" the body into responding as if specific organs or organ systems are being massaged. In response, the target organ vasodilates and its smooth muscle tissue relaxes. Bindegewebsmassage is quite effective for treating menstrual cramps, eliminating or reducing symptoms over 90% of the time. It can also be helpful with reducing the symptoms of migraines, asthma, and intestinal cramping. In addition, CTM can subtly affect the fascial layers (especially adhesions in the subcutaneous layer), increasing range of motion and flexibility, and reducing pain or tingling from tightened tissue. Bindegewebsmassage typically has a calming effect, and can be used for general parasympathetic relaxation as well.

A handful of clinical trials have shown CTM-style manipulation has beneficial effects in pain reduction, reduced depression, improved quality-of-life, and moderate short-term increases of beta-endorphins. These trials add to anecdotal observations from clinicians that CTM often causes  "virtually immediate relief in visceral or myofascial pain as well as general relaxation." (Prendergast & Rommer, 2013)

In this class, you will learn the "basic build-up", a seated technique which primarily focuses on the sacral and pelvic areas and their corresponding target organs, and the "first followup", which focuses on the lower back and rib cage.

Click here for a brief article about Bindegewebsmassage.

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"That the viscero-cutaneous reflex interconnection is reversible, that is to say, that it not only leads from the internal organs to the skin, but vice versa, is a long-established fact. One of the most elegant and fundamental systems, which conforms almost flawlessly to the workings of the segmental reflexes, is connective tissue massage as prescribed by Dicke." - Hans Schliack, MD

"It's fantastic to have new tools to treat migraines and menstrual pain, and give ease to an often 'stuck' area".  - Rachael Brown

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