Visceral Mobilization The Progression of Gall Bladder Dysfunction/Disease 

Isn’t it time to address the root(s) of your clients’ ongoing chronic problems. Systemic congestion contributes to all such conditions. For many difficulties, congestion is the primary source of a client’s ongoing limited range of motion and pain.

Congestion occurs when the flow of venous, lymphatic, and interstitial fluids are slowed or, are diverted from their appropriate channels of circulatory flow.

“Until old blood moves out, new blood can’t get in.” Re-nourishment is essential to the normal function of cells and tissues.

Gall Bladder dysfunction or disease is humanity’s most common plumbing problem. It affects 70% our our nation’s population by the time they reach 70 years of age. And, its progression into dysfunction & disease is estimated to take 8-13 years to become medically obvious. Clearing of the Common Bile Duct is where you can make a significant difference.

It is a simple myofascial technique as are all the others you will learn in this workshop.

Understanding the anatomy will add confidence and competence to your ability to heal through touch. Your clients will thank you for having taken this course !

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July 15 – 16 (Sat-Sun)
16 CEs

Instructor: Dale Alexander, Ph.D.  L.M.T.
Hours: 9AM – 6PM
Discounted Price: $295 (4 weeks prior)
Regular Price: $325 
Deposit: $100 minimum non-refundable deposit



About Dale Alexander, PhD LMT

Dale G. Alexander PhD LMT has had a Clinical Massage Therapy practice in Key West, Fla. since 1980. He is the author of the Inside-Out Paradigm©. From from a foundation of advanced education in neurophysiology from Osteopathic physicians and others, Dale’s clients have revealed to him the typical progressions of the aging process that underlie the chronic problems your clients present to you daily. His courses will reveal the secrets of these progressions to you. He was named CE Provider of the Year for 2016 by the Alliance for Massage Therapy Education and is now Board Certified by the NCBTMB.(