We are excited to announce a new twist on our Marathon Weekend. This year Learn2Tape™ is joining us for our Saturday class to teach the K-Cuts Taping System. This course is open to Massage Therapists, Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, Athletic Trainers, other healthcare professionals and students.
We will still team up with the Lincoln Track Club to provide sports massage for the runners on Sunday.
Mark your calendars, spread the word, and prepare to join us for a fun weekend of learning.
Date: May 2nd, 2020
Location: UNL West Stadium
Instructors: Learn2Tape™ with Drew Freedman and Rick Garbowski
Course Title: The K-Cuts Taping System: Clinical Massage & Kinesiology Taping for Tri-Athletes
Course description: This course will integrate popular clinical massage techniques as well as utilize Learn2Tape™’s exclusive K-Cuts Taping System™ to explain how therapists can effectively massage their active client population with the additional principles and applications of kinesiology taping. This systematic approach provides you with all the skills you will need to effectively enhance the clinical outcomes of clients suffering from pain, joint instability, swelling and increased/decreased muscle tone due to injuries; acute & chronic.
Bio for Drew Freedman, BCMT
Drew is the owner and founder of Learn2Tape™ and The Boston Bodyworker™. He is a Board Certified Massage Therapist, a Certified Kinesiology Taping Master Instructor (CKTMI™), and an approved provider with the National Board of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork. He has served as an Athletic Trainer and massage therapists for several college and professional teams and has over 22 years of clinical and business experience. Drew’s wealth of knowledge in both the applications of kinesiology tape as well as the integration of kinesiology taping into a manual therapy practice make him one of the most highly sought educators in our industry.
Bio for Rick Garbowski, LMT
Rick is the co-owner/director of Georgia Massage School, has held the positions of Lead Instructor, Director of Education, Division Director, and School Owner during his 26-year career as a full-time massage therapy educator. Rick is an innovative curriculum architect who has experience in all levels of massage curriculum development. He has a gift for massage education and a unique ability to tailor his presentation style to meet the specific needs of his students. Rick was one of four curriculum design experts chosen to work on the Entry Level Analysis Project (ELAP), the largest massage education project undertaken in the profession, and has been honored with two prestigious awards: the 2013 Florida State Massage Therapy Association (FSMTA) President’s award for industry service, and the 2013 American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) Jerome Perlinski National Teacher of the Year award.