Welcome to the Academy of Clinical Massage
Whitney Lowe has been providing high quality, science-based continuing education in advanced clinical massage for over 2 decades.
Sold Out – September 24-25: Atlanta, GA – Whitney Lowe’s Orthopedic Massage: Upper Body
These Lower Body courses cover increasingly common conditions, such as piriformis syndrome, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, low back pain, disc pathology, patellofemoral disorders, plantar fasciitis, and much more. Everyone one needs help with the lower body too!
My goal at the Academy is to offer you learning opportunities that inspire the way you think about massage, tap your excitement about being a massage therapist, and get you fueled up with the passion that brought you to this profession. I look forward to working with you. Whitney Lowe
About Lowe’s Training
The Academy’s training program is an innovative, comprehensive massage continuing education program in advanced, science-based clinical and orthopedic massage, personally taught by the highly regarded massage educator, Whitney Lowe.
Lowe empowers soft-tissue therapists with the therapeutic techniques and the analytical skills needed for successful treatment. Today’s clients seek massage treatment for a wide variety of complaints from sports, hobbies, daily living, and work related activities. Lowe prepares you for these challenges with protocols that integrate problem solving skills, important anatomical and kinesiological principles, and proven treatment techniques.
You will learn simple evaluation procedures so you can establish the best approach and a physiological rationale for your treatment plan. These protocols, along with highly effective treatment solutions, with make your treatments more efficient, sound, and successful.
Join us and learn why students rave about Whitney’s courses, from his hands-on workshops to his online program. Whitney cares about your success as a practitioner, and his training will energize your therapeutic work and your practice.
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