Vibration Therapy Live Class Dates

Location: NEHC Academy - Shipshewana, Indiana

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February 24th and 25th

VFRT Palpation Application Class

Available Seats: 6

March 16th and 17th

VFRT Palpation Application Class

Available Seats: 5

VFRT Palpation and Application Class Details:

Vibrational Fascia Release Technique (VFRT): In this training, we focus on the musculo-skeletal part of the body including bones, tendons, ligaments, and fascial layers and compartments. In a typical VFRT session, our goal is rapid pain relief and resolving mobility restrictions through palpation of fluid-pressurized compartments and placement of the weighted 128hz tuning fork to depressurize the fluid compartments. The VFRT method and techniques work well for both acute injuries and chronic conditions since the main focus is on fluid management of inflammation. If a condition cannot be resolved in one session, we would focus on additional techniques and considerations for ongoing therapy depending on the current condition.

The live class will focus specifically on the Palpation and Practical Hands-on Application of using both the weighted 128hz tuning fork and the Hypervolt by HyperIce percussion massage gun. The Basic Skills, Anatomy, and Physiology training will be completed through self-paced online training following the class. Both the live Palpation and Application class AND the online training must be completed in order to receive a VFRT certification.

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Basic Tuning Fork Skills, Anatomy, & Physiology

This subject area focuses on knowledge of basic tuning fork skills specific to our method. We teach core skills of grip, strike, palpation, angle, pressure, and proper placement. Anatomy and physiology training covers topics associated with fluid dynamics, fascial structures, and pathology/disfunction of soft tissue.

Shoulder, Arm, Elbow, Wrist, & Hand

This specialty area focuses on the following conditions: shoulder conditions (frozen shoulder, bursitis, rotator cuff injuries), elbow conditions (golfers elbow, tennis elbow, bursitis), carpel tunnel syndrome, hand neuropathy, Dupuytren's Contracture, trigger finger, warts, joint pain, arthritis, muscle pain and fatigue, sprains, strains, repetitive stress disorders

Upper Back, Lower Back & Hips

This specialty area focuses on the following conditions: spine deformities and misalignment (lordosis, scoliosis, kyphosis), tight muscles, sciatic pain, hip pain, bursitis, tailbone trauma

Thigh, Knee, Ankle, and Foot

This specialty area focuses on the following conditions: strained muscles, tight IT band, knee pain, ankle pain, plantar fasciitis, bunions, hammer toe, ingrown toenail, warts, bone spurs, corns, and fallen arches, old sprains, leg and foot alignment, toenail fungus or thick toenails