By Dan Hellman
Guy Voyer will teach his last full course in Soma Therapy in the United States beginning in November 2019, and only at H3 by Dan Hellman in Fort Lauderdale. This will be the last chance for North Americans to learn this revolutionary methodology from the master who developed it.
Why is this Voyer’s last course in the U.S.?
As you can imagine, traveling around the world teaching these classes can be a grueling and time-consuming experience. Guy has trained a good number of people in the United States, and he would like to concentrate on writing books to serve even a wider audience. I am honored that he has entrusted me to carry on his work and his legacy here in the U.S.
As many of you know, H3 by Dan Hellman is one of only seven institutions in the entire world authorized to provide certification training in Soma Training and Soma Therapy, including ELDOA. Guy has been my mentor, colleague and good friend for several years. I have studied under him, given instruction at his side, and taught his methodologies on my own. I am confident about carrying on his work in the United States in the future, but for now I would urge all physical therapists, athletic trainers, chiropractors, osteopaths and body workers to seize the opportunity to learn directly from him. It is an experience that will keep you inspired for a lifetime.
Soma Therapy begins November 22-24, 2019.
Osteo-articular Joint Pumping is taught in the first year of the Soma Therapy, and we will hold the first class at H3, Pumping of the Lower Limb, November 22-24, 2019. We will continue with Pumping of the Upper Limb and TMJ March 27-29, 2020, and conclude with Pumping of the Trunk and Pelvis May 1-3, 2020. Registration is open for the entire level or individual courses.
Following the pumping courses, VOYER will teach 3 classes of fascial normalization and then 3 classes of 2TLS–years two and three of Soma Therapy. You can pay for the courses individually or save $1,800 plus meals by joining the ELITE Therapy plan of monthly installments.
Why is pumping important?
Water is a major element of the fascia, and the purpose of pumping is to ensure the proper flow of fluid, especially water, within the fibers and ground substance, within an articulation, from one fascia to another and during acute and chronic inflammatory processes. This is essential for proper physiological and bio-mechanical function of a specific fasciae, articulation and kinetic chain.
Any therapist who learns Joint Pumping techniques will be able to improve the quality of the many fasciae in close proximity to the osteo-articular joints. They will also learn to manipulate the inflammatory process in the acute or chronic patient.
Learn from the master while you can.
Take advantage of Guy VOYER’s final teaching program in the U.S. Plan to be in Fort Lauderdale November 22-24 and at subsequent classes. Guy has inspired me and taught me things that have transformed my career. Even more importantly, he has given me critical tools and deep understanding of the human body that allow me to offer my patients and clients a better quality of life. He will do this for you, too.
Find out more and sign up.
If you would like to sign up for the first pumping course, just click here.
If you are interested in the complete Soma Therapy program membership plan, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 954.566.0585 for more detail.