Live Webinarswith Deane Juhan
These classes have been taught throughout the US, Europe and Japan. The classes—and more to be developed—will now be offered as live online webinars.
They will provide NDBTMB Continuing Education credit hours, and in some instances credit hours through The Yoga Alliance CE program.
This page will keep you posted for all upcoming online classes, invitations to join them on Zoom, and links for registration.
This is an exciting and inspiring new medium for Deane and his work. His intention is not just to offer not only the subject matter of each class, but his vision—gained by nearly fifty years of experience working with bodies and issues of many kinds—of an overall view of how the body-mind functions as an integrated whole. Much of the material is not to be found in the textbooks, but is the result of thousands of therapeutic sessions he has given over the years.
The material will be of interest to bodyworkers, therapists and movement educators of all kinds—massage therapists, yoga instructors and students, practitioners of Trager, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique, Deep Tissue Work, Rolfing, dance therapy, Cranio-Sacral Work, chiropractic, sports massage, personal trainers, and other disciplines of mind-body development.
Deane JuhanLeading BodyWorker, Writer and Teacher
Curriculum Vitae: Deane Juhan, M.A., Eng. Lit.;
Ph.D. Candidate; Esalen Institute; Trager Training
Juhan delivers solid, detailed, fascinating explanations of the most versatile and ubiquitous system in the human body. His message builds an appreciation of the nearly magical ways connective tissue creates, modifies, and adapts itself in its many manifestations, as well as the role we must play to maintain and nourish it.
He is brilliant, humorous, sensitive and creative, fielding questions from the most basic functions of the system to “What is life?,” without dropping a beat. Juhan knows his stuff and uses effective … beautiful … graphics to augment. By the end, he had all of us on our feet, actively rejuvenating our structural systems and raising the chi.
I work with one PT and two PTAs.
We all do an ‘in service’ after our CE classes. We have all been incorporating this work into our sessions! It has proven very beneficial! Also, the PT clinic is attached–combined with the fitness center.
I did some of the work to our gym manager–CrossFit instructor, who has terrible ROM in his shoulders and is very muscular. His ROM increased greatly from just a little work.