Last Sunday, 5/21, this great group of student volunteers provided sports massage for the "Tour de Cure" -- a bike ride to raise funds for the NW Diabetes Association -- and we couldn't be prouder of them!

Our own Pat Archer supervised, as these six delivered 64 post-event sessions to a very appreciative group of athletes. (Wow! 64 sessions!) They learned a lot and had a great time.

Bravo, and kudos for supporting such a great cause!
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Who's ready for an end-of-quarter break?! Our students, that's who!
(Note to students: Enjoy your week off, folks -- then come back in June: refreshed, eager to learn, and ready to up your game!)
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The Trager® Approach: Neuroplasticity: Inspiring Change is in Your Hands

April 30 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to change throughout our lives, is a recent finding that dramatically alters what we have learned about the structure & function of our bodies, and especially how patterns develop and change occurs.


  • How does this neuroscience revolution inform & open new possibilities for our bodywork sessions?
  • How can we cultivate our own neuroplasticity to feel more energized & rejuvenated by giving sessions?
  • How does neuroplasticity help us be more effective, facilitating the change that our clients seek?


In this one day workshop with Kathryn Hansman-Spice, we will explore how Presence, Fascination & Novelty are essential to requiring the brain. Through movement & touch, we will discover new ways to deepen and enliven our relationships with our clients to make our sessions even more powerful and enriching.


About Kathryn…


Kathryn Hansman-Spice, LMT and Trager Instructor, has been studying the body/mind connection for over 20 years. She integrates new neuroscience insights into her Trager sessions, community education classes, and the Trager Professiona Training Program. She is the owner of Pausibility, The Possibility in Pause, a body-based educational program. She now lives in Portland, OR, but maintains her LMT in Florida. She has been a massage therapist since 1980, and has trained in Swedish, Bowen, NLP, Craniosacral, & other forms, but her first love is the Trager Approach. She is inspired by the gentle support to the nervous system, inviting a peaceful, alert state of mind as a way of be-ing in the world.


April 30
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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DiscoveryPoint School of Massage
420 E. Pike Street, Suite 3
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
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