Build Your Professional Skills–AND Gain 5 CEU Credits!

Focus: Hamstrings, Sacrum, Low-and-Mid-back Pain and Rotational Hip Patterns

Join master bodyworker Mark Senzig, BCTMB, MMT, CMT, as he presents a workshop on advanced Deep Tissue Techniques.

This workshop is for professional bodyworkers who want to improve their skills and build their practice. Participants must be Certified Massage Therapists with current certification. Please note that having proper insurance is a MUST.

Coming to a California city near you. Please inquire about hosting this workshop at your spa. 

Why Take this Workshop?

Improve your hands-on techniques! 

With greater mastery comes better client results and reviews, as well as potential earnings.

Mark will teach his most successful techniques for hamstrings, sacrum, low-and-mid-back pain and rotational hip patterns.

Here’s a partial list of what you’ll learn in this information-packed, full-day learning program:

  • Check For: Hamstrings- Shoulder Tightness 
  • Check For: Suspected Anterior Rotated Hip
  • Check For Lateral Rotated Hip
  • Check For: Tight Erector Spinae Group 
  • Evaluate: Sacrotuberous and Long Dorsal Sacroiliac ligaments
  • Check For: Mobility of Ischial Tuberosity Bone
  • Check For: Lamina Groove Fibrotic Tissue and Asymmetrical Spinal Curvature
  • Check For: Decreased Mobility in Gait on One Side
  • Check For: Latissimus Dorsi, Quadrates Lumborum and Iliocostalis 
  • Check For: Psoas and Obliques tightness 

To enroll in this workshop, please Contact Me for dates/times and more information.

Workshop Details

Advanced Massage Workshops on the Go Taught by Mark Senzig BCTMB, MMT, CMT

Bay Area, CA Location: TBA

Live Class Date: TBA
8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Home study option available


Live Class: $175
Home Study: $85

Minimum 10 (live class)

More Info and to Register:
Class dates now being scheduled for the fall.
Contact Mark for details

NCBTMB Approved Provider #1000799

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Student Comments

“Thank you for the wonderful class today! It was very good–informative and helpful, and I look forward to integrating some of the work in my practice!”

–Yukiyo T.