$60 / 3 Ethics CEU’s for Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapists / NCBTMB Provider #1591
“If we move with nature rather than against it, we will naturally move from an ethical place.” Michael J. Savino
Metals have great value, and yet lie hidden in the Earth. They symbolize the essential, precious and rarefied aspects of life. When Metal is strong within us, we see and appreciate our own value, and the essential worth of our fellow human beings. We relate to all of life as a precious gift.
In this course, we will explore the nature of Metal and ethical issues related to Metal as taught from the perspective of Five Element Chinese Medicine. You will learn practices to sharpen, strengthen and cleanse your spirit. And you’ll practice being in relationship with a presence that emanates dignity and respect for yourself, your clients, and your colleagues.
Location: 906 Broad Street, Durham, NC; in the Health Associates building.
Led by: Michael J. Savino, NCLMBT #1186
To begin your registration, please select the date of the class (10/24) and choose 'Continue'.
Michael Joseph Savino, NCLMBT #1186, has committed his life to helping people connect to their bodies and heart's purpose, to fellow human beings, and to nature: in other words, to this entire delicious web of life. For 34 years, Michael has been working with and studying the body and flow of energy through the practices of Shiatsu, injury rehabilitation, Body Mind Centering, and Thai massage. He’s passionate about supporting the flow of life force in his clients and his students. Michael is a graduate of the Spirit of Learning Embodied Teacher Education program, and Somatic Educational Leadership, through the Center for Embodied Teacher Education. He is also a part of Durham Bodywork's teacher development program, where we are paying close attention to the value of CEU's in our field, and supporting teachers in building effective skills.