Structural Myofascial Therapy – SMFT®

 

Massage teacher showing a student how to perform neck massage techniques

Learn and integrate the key elements of SMFT

  • Subjective client evaluation through Postural Somatic Awareness
  • Deep hands-on techniques in the myofascial tissue.
  • Understand the anatomy and physiology of the myofascial system.
  • Use this treatment approach in a safe manner.

Connecting with the Fascia: Foundations of SMFT

Level 1: 22.5 hours click here for more details

DatesLocationDaysHours
Dates to be announcedVerdunTBD9:00 am to 5:30 pm

Details

Prerequisite: Swedish Massage I or accredited 400+hr massage therapy course.

Level 1: 22.5 hours

Cost

Registration: $700*

Course notes: $25

* Early bird special: $650 + course notes for all registrations made by February 15, 2022

 

Payment methods

Payments can be made in one or two instalments. Payment can be done by debit, credit cards, cash, electronic transfer or checks.

Financial aid

There are different forms of financial aid available depending on the situation of each student. Our adviser will be able to inform you. Please contact us for more information.

Equipment

Set of sheets (single bed)

Bolsters

2 pillows with pillow cases

About BetsyAnn

BetsyAnn Baron

Certified Structural Integration practitioner, massage therapist

BetsyAnn Baron has been a massage therapist since 1991. She began her studies in Swedish kinetic massage and masso-kinesitherapy at the Kiné-Concept Institute. She has been specialized in Structural Integration since 2001.

After extensive study and experience, BetsyAnn developed a technique she calls “Structural Myofascial Therapy (TMS) ®”. It has become the main focus of a curriculum of continuing education courses which she teaches by invitation across Canada, the United States and Europe, sharing her knowledge with colleagues interested in this philosophy.

Her fifteen year career as a soloist with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montréal gives her a privileged experience with the body, its movements and its injuries. BetsyAnn is known for her openness and generosity both as a therapist and as a teacher.