Neuromuscular Therapy is a form of pressure therapy that has its
origins in the oriental healing arts of Shiatsu and Accupressure.
Raymond Nimmo DC and James Vannerson DC have utilized the fundatmental
principles of the oriental healing arts and created a very specific
hands-on therapy for the reduction and/or treatment of chronic myofascial
powerful therapy normalizes and harmonizes two very important body
systems: the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system. It works
toward the stress-tension pain cycle and the dissolving of long
term pain patterns.
the Integrative approach, neuromuscular therapy is brought into
a more compassionate mode by utilizing bodywork, moist heat and herbal
liniments to prepare the tissue before penetrating into the deeper
layers of muscles. This makes the treatments more effective: less
uncomfortable for the client and more rewarding and meaningful for
powerful and very effective therapy is presented in a 7 day format,
presenting step by step treatment plans for the entire body, with
clearly illustated class notes. View the syllabus
to see the in-depth content of the course.
and group trainings are offered in Denver, Colorado or your location
with a custom program
instructor, Peggy Daugherty ND has 41 years of professional experience to share with her students. She
offers the training in intensive formats, with skill and enthusiasm.
She is continuing the history of teaching
advanced manual therapies, with a dedication that will inspire those
who study with her.
" I took my first class eigtht years ago
right after finishing massage school. Her incredible notes and step
by step instruction helped me to be a much better therapist. I have
learned more from her classes than from anyone else. I attribute
much of my success to ther techniuqes which have many of my clients.
The NMT techniques have created many opportunites to work deeply
and save my own arms and hands. This has helped me to have a steady
and financially successful clientele. Thank you Peggy" K.Roberts,
Introductory Lecture -2019 Dates to be announced
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Class Notes #1 - 2019 Dates to be announced
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Class Notes #6 - 2019 Dates to be announced
Class Notes #7 - 2019 Dates to be announced
For content, refer to syllabus