Facilitated Stretching: A Baker’s Dozen

Cost: $200 for single workshop
(Register for both the March 11 and 12 workshop workshop and pay $350 for both. Save $50)

Register for March 11 only: https://form.jotform.com/91368181415155
Register for both March 11 & 12 workshops: https://form.jotform.com/230295078604154

Instructor: Bob McAtee, LMT, BCTMB, CSCS, has maintained a full-time massage therapy practice for over 40 years, specializing in sports massage, flexibility work, and soft tissue therapy, with significant clinical experience treating people with injuries and chronic pain.

Facilitated Stretching is a safe and effective assisted-stretching technique that can be used with a wide variety of clients to regain or improve flexibility. Many massage and manual therapists, personal trainers, and athletic trainers would like to include effective stretches in their client sessions but feel they don’t have the training or expertise to perform the stretches correctly, or struggle with the best way to incorporate them into a session or a program.

This workshop is designed to teach a baker’s dozen of valuable stretches from the facilitated stretching repertoire and provides the opportunity for therapists and fitness professionals to acquire practical skills that can be used immediately to help assess current muscle function, improve range of motion, increase strength, address overuse injuries, and enhance performance. Additionally, a program of self-stretching using these techniques can be invaluable for clients in their home stretching programs.

The information is geared to those professionals who have minimal experience with PNF stretching theory and techniques and 80% of the time is devoted to hands-on practice under expert supervision.

8 CE hours Approved by NCBTMB, and through CE Broker for Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Recommended Text:
Facilitated Stretching, 4th edition
Robert E. McAtee and Jeff Charland
Human Kinetics Publishers


Mar 11 2023


9:00 am - 6:00 pm




Professional Education
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