If you want to be rewarded in this profession, both financially and emotionally, relieve the suffering and dysfunction of another human being. The people who experience ‘burn-out’ in our profession are the ones who are not making a difference in people’s lives. If you are interested in relieving the pain and suffering of others, the St. John Method of Neuromuscular Therapy is the best way to achieve your professional and altruistic goals.
St. John Seminars will make you a better therapist by teaching you how to see and measure the body in four dimensions and understand the interplay between form and function. Our seminars will revolutionize your relationship with anatomy, physiology and biomechanics. If you take our courses and practice this work, you will be able to achieve extraordinary results with your clients.
St John Neuromuscular Therapy Seminars and HealthQuest Enterprises have been teaching what is known as “neuromuscular therapy” in 1978. Since then, many of our students and staff members have branched off to teach their own version of NMT. Just about anyone in the United States who is teaching what they call Neuromuscular Therapy can be traced back to St John Neuromuscular Therapy Seminars. We are considered the modern developer of Neuromuscular Therapy by Milady's Theory & Practice of Therapeutic Massage, 2nd edition, and has been featured as one of the 46 "Stars of the Century" in massage therapy by Massage Magazine. By taking a St. John NMT Seminar, you are going directly to the source and the originator of Neuromuscular Therapy, not an “adapted” version of what we once taught.
One of the major differences between St. John NMT and other methods is that St. John NMT is constantly being improved, expanded and innovated. We have always maintained a teaching staff made up of the most innovative and skilled massage therapists in the field. Yes, our courses are more comprehensive and challenging, but the St. John Method is one of the most successful treatments for pain syndromes available today.
We give you the theory and principles behind what is being taught and make sure you thoroughly understand the anatomy, physiology and biomechanics involved in the St. John Method. Our students understand why the techniques work, not just what to do. Our courses are designed with a variety of teaching methods including lecture, case studies, demonstration, hands-on practice and one to one interaction with the instructors.
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