October 4th, 5th & 6th, 2019
Friday 1pm to 4pm, Saturday & Sunday 9am to 4pm
Approved by NCBTMB for 15 CEs
Tuition: $425; $375 (early registration before September 6th)
“Toughen my sinews, harden my bones, make my blood flow freely, I will then be young forever in touch
with the realm of gods.” — Canon of the Great Void
1 : TENDON
especially : one dressed for use as a cord or thread
2 tissue that ties muscle to bone
3a : solid resilient strength : POWER – IMMOVABLE
astonishing intellectual sinew and clarity
b : the chief supporting force : MAINSTAY —usually used in plural
providing the sinews of better living
SinewItve is a restorative treatment that works the body from inside out. Fascia, or connective tissue, surrounds our muscles and organs, and is supplied with thousands of nerve cells. SinewItve stimulates this very specific tissue by a series of coached and hand’s-on protocols, connecting the brain to movements and optimal proprioception (body awareness in gravity).
Sessions are generally 60-90 minutes, and include standing, supine, prone, and sitting postures. The patient is given a specific selftraining
program to continue with, and this includes breathing, postures, and meditation. Because the focus is on the nervous system, patients can expect unbelievable sensations such as a feeling of lightness, tingling, warmth, and a “brain buzz.” From the most unorthodox comes great outcomes!
SinewItve was developed by kinesiologist, Timothy Agnew, who has over thirty years of clinical
experience. He has treated thousands of people from all over the world, including dancers of the
Pittsburgh Ballet. Tim has studied the martial traditions and movement arts for three decades.
SinewItve is inspired by Tim’s study of internal arts and the conscious manipulation of fascia, as well
as the need to implement the Eastern philosophies and bring them to the present healthcare system.
Timothy Agnew, kinesiologist, completed the ATC (Athletic Trainer Certified) course requirements under the guidance of Barry University in Miami, and finished the program at the University of South Florida. He is co-author of the textbook Kinesiology for Manual Therapies (McGraw Hill, 2010). He has studied martial principles and movement arts for three decades, as well as fascial science and internal movement. He works as an adjunct therapist for the Pittsburgh ballet, and is the founder of the SinewItve method. His fiction has been featured in literary journals and books, and he is currently finishing his first novel. He has a private practice in Sarasota, FL and teaches his concepts globally.
To register or for more information, contact Emily Waltz at Downeast School of Massage, 207-832-5531 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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