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Date: Jul 27, 2024 - Jul 28, 2024
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Online bookings are not available for this class, please see registration info below.

14 CE hours NCBTMB / NYS-certified

Instrucor: Richard Condon

Lecture / Hands – On
Single Class Tuition: 
$560     Early Bird Tuition: $450*
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*EB Tuition applies to registrations on or before June 27, 2024


Lateral deviations occur when the pelvis is not evenly balanced over the legs and/or the mid-sternum is not evenly balanced over the pelvis.  In a laterally deviated or laterally shifted pelvis, the pelvis will be found to organize more overtop one leg than the other.    Deviations in the body’s lateral line are common, and can cause or contribute to numerous musculoskeletal aches and pains.  It is reliably the case that when the pelvis shifts to one side a concomitant, contralateral shift will be present in the thorax.

Participants will learn visual and palpatory assessments, as well as manual tests to determine lateral deviations.  Detailed myofascial strategies will be discussed, and novel techniques demonstrated and practiced.

Richard Condon, LMT, CAR

Although he enjoyed working as a furniture mover, Richard Condon changed course and graduated from The Swedish Institute of Massage in 1991.  His mounting desire to achieve more lasting structural change for his clients led him to the Rolf Institute; where he became a Rolfer and, later, a Certified Advanced Rolfer.

For 32 years Richard has done bodywork exclusively except for a two brief periods where he divided his energies to teach Phys. Ed. and, after, to run a gymnastics gym.

Over the years, Richard’s approach to manual therapy has been shaped by copious reading and extensive continuing education, including a personal mentorship with Louis Schultz, several visceral manipulation classes through the Barral Institute, multiple classes with Joe Muscolino, craniosacral therapy with the Upledger institute and a 4-day small-group mentoring with Tom Myers.  He has taught continuing education for over 2 decades, at the Swedish Institute, at CATA, at various locations local to his home in the Hudson Valley and he has been contracted by the AMTA as a teacher on several occasions.   Richard sees creating and teaching continuing education classes as a natural extension of his personal commitment to life-long learning in the fascinating and endless field of bodywork.

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