Lymphatic Integration

Lymphatic Integration

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This course is designed to provide participants with an assessment and treatment methodology for the lymphatic system, lymphatic drainage and immune system disorders. It will cover physiology, anatomy and pathology of the lymphatic system. It will expose participants to general lymphatic and immune system boosting techniques as well as specific lymphatic stimulating techniques for lymph nodes. The course is based on Osteopathic manipulations/techniques for the lymphatic system NOT Vodder based MLD or other MLD courses and will not lead to certification for lymphedema treatment.

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This course is designed to provide participants with an assessment and treatment methodology for the lymphatic system, lymphatic drainage and immune system disorders. It will cover physiology, anatomy and pathology of the lymphatic system. It will expose participants to general lymphatic and immune system boosting techniques as well as specific lymphatic stimulating techniques for lymph nodes. The course is based on Osteopathic manipulations/techniques for the lymphatic system NOT Vodder based MLD or other MLD courses and will not lead to certification for lymphedema treatment.

Instructors

Sheila Bergman, W.C. (Hon.), RMT, has been an instructor at the Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies Inc. since 1995 and currently teaches Physiology, Pathology, Neurophysiology, Hydrotherapy and Medical Terminology. From 2001-2007, Sheila was a volunteer member of the Palliative Care Team at Middlechurch and served as chair from 2005-2007. She has facilitated the Friend in Hand/Compassionate Care course numerous times both at Middlechurch and Wellington College since 2004.

November 2-4, 2018 A former licensed practical nurse in Saskatoon, Monica Gran graduated from the Northern Institute of Massage (Blackpool, England) in 1991 with a Basic Massage Diploma, and then with an Advanced Diploma from Western College of Remedial Massage Therapies (Regina, Saskatchewan) in 1993. Monica began teaching at the Wellington College in 2000. She continued her own education, and graduated with a Adult Education Certificate in 2007 from the University of Manitoba