On Campus Program

Positional Therapy for Chronic Pain Relief, Part 2 Enhanced Protocol

STUDY WITH A FIELD EXPERT

Build on what you learned in the Level 1 training with Lee, including body positions and movements that effectively treat pain caused by injury, stress, repetitive motion, postural distortion, and chronic neuromuscular conditions. This” hands on” class provides adequate time for practicing the techniques on a fellow student and also for receiving the work.

By using a combination of strain-counterstrain, muscle energy techniques, stretches, and home-care elements, you learn

  • Additional methods to balance muscles not covered in Part 1
  • A full body muscle balancing protocol 
  • How to work with joints and tendons 
  • Assess muscle imbalances and devise a treatment plan for your self or clients 
  • An intake procedure to help quickly hone in on muscular imbalances 
  • A home care program for longer lasting results.

Discover how this hands on workshop can help you develop the skills and confidence to provide consistent results for yourself and/or your clients. 

Prerequisite Positional Therapy Part 1

Recommended reading Lee Albert, Live Pain Free: Eliminate Chronic Pain without Drugs or Surgery.

Note Tuition includes a training manual, a certificate of completion, and a suggested home care handout that you may photocopy for use in your practice or for yourself at home. This class is suitable for professionals or anyone looking to feel better in their body. 

This program may be taken as part of Kripalu’s 1000-Hour Yoga Teacher Training or as a standalone program.


Included in Your Stay

Daily Yoga Classes

3 All-Natural Meals Access to the Kripalu Grounds

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
None
Suitable For
All
Program Theme
Professional Training
Schedule
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Presenter(s)

Lee Albert, NMT, creator of Integrated Positional Therapy, is an author and a neuromuscular therapist and yoga instructor trained in orthopedic massage, positional therapy, and yoga therapy.

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