Kinetic Chain Release Protocol Level 1

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Kinetic Chain Release Protocol Level 1
Instructor: Kristen O’Grady, LMT
15 CE credits
NCBTMB Approved
9:00am to 5:30pm

What is KCR?

Kinetic Chain Release (KCR), developed by Scottish Physiotherapist Hugh Gilbert, is a series of gentle mobilizations and stretches, carefully crafted to quickly and effectively bring about postural changes that correct the body’s imbalances. KCR frees the human body of its physical and energetic blocks to return the body to its natural, dynamic, energized, active and lively state.

Who can benefit from KCR?

Everyone from the very young to the aged can benefit. KCR can have an amazing effect on people in the workplace, household, athletic performance, yoga studios, sports clubs, treatment centers and so much more. KCR brings relief from many conditions that cause pain and discomfort.

How can I incorporate KCR into my massage practice?

KCR can be added to your list of services and used as a stand-alone treatment session for clients. A KCR session can also be used before any modality. Once the body returns to a balanced state through KCR, it enables the body to receive further bodywork much more effectively. KCR is a treatment that is received fully clothed. This offers an opportunity to help clients who aren’t comfortable coming in for a massage.

What will you learn?

You will learn the complete 23 step KCR protocol with hands-on experience throughout the entire course. Because KCR is a treatment that is received fully clothed, please wear comfortable clothing that is easy to move around in.

KCR Level 1 is the first course on our Pathway to Bodywork Mastery. Introduction to Connective Tissue, Connective Tissue Release 1, Connective Tissue Release 2, and Advanced Postural Energetics are some of the other courses available.

After registering for this course with us, participants will receive an email with step-by-step instructions on registering themselves with the KCR Academy. This requirement must be completed in order to take the course.

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