Eeris Kallil Registered l.M.T, CLT-UE
NCBTMB Approved Provider #451008-09
Core Alignment Technique
15 CE Hours
Instructor: Eeris Kallil LMT, CLT-UE
Eeris is a graduate of the Boulder College of Massage Therapy and had been practicing massage and intuitive bodywork since 1986. She has been a massage educator since 1999 including 9 years at the Boulder College of Massage
Eeris is the founder of CAT. Her influences for CAT came from her studies with Shari Sunshine in a combination of her Shiatsu and energy work studies. She has been teaching CAT since 2000. Eeris is an NBCTMB approved provider.
CAT- an effective "3D" hands-on technique that will complement your traditional massage
Take your bodywork one step further;
Enrich your bodywork beyond the traditional prone/supine massage
with non-pressure techniques and unique sideline and neck routines!
Core Alignment Technique (C.A.T) is a unique passive movement style of bodywork inspired by a Feldenkrais exercise, Shiatsu/Thai stretches, and Energy Work. This technique uses slow, repetitive, range-of-motion type movement and stretches. The emphasis is on releasing blockages in the pelvis and/or shoulders and releasing tension along the spine. It will improve movement restrictions and increase flexibility. This passive movement work is very relaxing and enables the client to safely reprogram old habits and patterns on a physical and energetic level. The technique is performed in supine and side position, and includes on and off the table neck techniques, thus adding another dimension to your table work.
A full C.A.T session lasts about 75-90 min. and can be performed with the client fully clothed.
Each segment can be adapted separately into a regular massage session as an addition according to the client’s needs.
The benefits of Core Alignment Technique
Help with chronic or acute upper and lower back pain and stiffness
Helps release Frozen Shoulder, neck pain, and stiffness
Spinal Stenosis pain relief
Increased flexibility and mobility after injury or surgery
Sideline approach for clients that are not able to lay prone or supine
Excellent during pregnancy (Some exception apply)
Movement adds another dimension to a regular massage
The workshop will cover:
Techniques and stretches in side-position and supine.
Scanning and assessing body posture and misalignments
Proper body mechanics
Prerequisites: Student must be a graduate of 500 hours of massage therapy school or students who completed 500 hrs of training by the time of the workshop.
What to bring with you:
A notebook and a pen
Wear comfortable loose clothing- No jeans, please.
The workshop will be done with clothes on.
Registration and payment