(PRWEB) June 26, 2008 — Kevin Wade is a Certified Integrative Neurosomatic Therapist, he teaches weekend seminars in this massage technique for Neurosomatic Educators, LLC, based out of Clearwater, FL (www.neurosomaticeducators.com). Integrative Neurosomatic Therapy (INT) is a highly advanced, corrective therapy developed by world-renowned therapist, Paul St. John and his associates Randall Clark and Tracy Jones.
This weekend, June 27-29, Kevin will teach Integrative Approaches to Cervical Pain, the third in a series of five seminars. Seminars are hosted by The New School for Massage, Bodywork and Healing in Chicago. Students have traveled from all over the country and from as far away as China for INT seminars in Chicago. These intensive seminars explore the connection between postural imbalances and pain patterns, with a strong focus on anatomy and physiology.
“By looking at a persons posture, measuring it and documenting it, Integrative Neurosomatic Therapists can address the root causes of imbalances and make tremendous changes in their clients pain patterns”, says Wade. There are two certification tracks in INT: Somatic Certification and Neuro Certification.
Neurosomatic Educators is presenting it’s entire Somatic Certification series in Chicago for the first time this year with plans to bring the Neurosomatic seminars here soon.
Kevin is a 1999 graduate from the Chicago School of Massage Therapy where he distinguished himself as one of the top students. He began work at the Massage Therapy Center of Winnetka the same year and was promoted to Assistant Director in 2000. Licensed in IL, Kevin is also a member of the American Massage Therapy Association and Certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. He has been a student of Paul St. John since 2002 and began work as a teaching assistant in 2006. In 2007, Kevin taught his first solo seminars in Chicago.
Kevin Wade, LMT, CINT, NMT