Monthly Member Webinar – Tuesday 21st May 2024

Practical details

Date: Tuesday 21st May 2024

Time: 18.30 – 19.30 UK time. Check your timezone here

Presenter: Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari

Title: Less is more: the art of listening touch

Once you have registered, you will receive an email with the zoom link. You will also get a reminder on the day of the webinar, with the link. If you miss the webinar, or want to rewatch it, you can access it in the Members' Area from 72 hours after the event.

Webinar Outline:

“Good bodywork is 90 percent perception and only 10 percent technique.” (Christophe Sommer- Rolfer).

 Join Rachel and Meg,  Directors of the Jing Institute of Massage for a joyful exploration of the importance of touch rather than just  technique in fascial work.

 Rachel and Meg will Draw from insights in cranial, visceral, direct and indirect fascial work and also give context from meditation and psychology in terms of achieving an optimal flow state in our work

Presenter Bios:

Rachel Fairweather and Meghan Mari

Founders and Directors of Jing Advanced Massage Training, are co-authors of the book “Massage Fusion: The Jing method for the treatment of chronic pain”. The ‘Jing method’ explores how fascial approaches can be creatively combined with other advanced soft tissue work to produce effective outcomes in the treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain.

Rachel and Meghan have over 30 years combined experience in the industry, are sought after international guest lecturers, write regularly for professional trade magazines, and together have twice received awards for outstanding achievement in their field. Both have degrees in psychology and have trained extensively in Eastern and Western bodywork.

Rachel holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Social Work, an AOS in Massage Therapy and is a licensed massage therapist.

Meghan is a New York Licensed massage therapist, Certified Holistic Health Educator, and holds a Masters in International Law.


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