Tools for Treating TMJD & Headaches with Joshua Morton

Tools for Treating TMJD & Headaches with Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) with Joshua Morton, LMT, MAISS, MMLT (License #: MA00008567) on Saturday, August 24, 2019 from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM at Massage Envy Shoreline 4 CE Credits In this hands-on class you will learn how to treat TMJD and headaches of all kinds by: Evaluating range and quality of movement. Read more

  • 08/24/2019
    11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Introduction to Active Isolated Stretching with Joshua Morton

Introduction to Active Isolated Stretching with Joshua Morton, LMT, MAISS, MMLT (License #: MA00008567) on Tuesday, July  30, 2019 from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM at Massage Envy Bellevue Eastgate 4 CE Credits Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) is a dynamic technique that stretches muscles, tendons, and fascia specific to anatomical planes of movement. It remodels the body using gentle, rhythmic movements Read more

  • 07/30/2019
    11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Joshua Morton, LMT, MAISS, MMLT

WA Practitioner License #MA00008567

Joshua is a 1994 graduate of Seattle Massage School. In 2003 he began working with Aaron Mattes, the developer of Active Isolated Stretching (AIS), accumulating over 2400 hours of intensive training under Aaron’s supervision.

As a co-owner and Master Instructor with AIS Northwest, LLC, Joshua is considered one of the leading AIS practitioners and instructors, both regionally and internationally.

He has authored two books, including a guide to assisted stretching and a guide to self stretching. His years of teaching, hands-on experience, and devotion to AIS place him among the nation’s top AIS therapists and teachers.

Learn more on his website >

Sana Mazhar, LMT

WA Practitioners License#: MA60191428

Sana Mazhar was born and raised in Michigan, where she also received her massage certification at Irene’s Myomassology Institute in 2009. Working on pregnant clients has long been her speciality, but after two pregnancies of her own, prenatal massage has become her passion.

Brian Kane

Brian Kane was born and raised in Renton, Washington, and began his journey in fire and life safety in 1982 with Seattle’s Fire Explorer program. In 1986 he began volunteering with King County Fire District No. 40 in Renton, in 1989 he worked for the Boeing Fire Department, finally in 1992 he was hired by District No. 40 in Renton, where he is currently assigned to Station 17 in Fairwood.

As a 30 year veteran in the fire service, Brian enjoys teaching classes on first aid/CPR, CERT, and firefighter burn injury prevention. He is an active advisor for the Fire Explorer program, and has volunteered with the Washington State Council of Firefighters Burn Foundation since its inception.

Lindsey Schroeer, Certified Aromatherapist

Lindsey Schroeer
NAHA Certified Level 1 Aromatherapist

Lindsey Schroeer was born and raised in Illinois, where she received her Master of Education from Loyola University. After moving west, she became fascinated with the healing power of plants. She is a certified aromatherapist, and a member of NAHA (National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy). She’s passionate about natural health and loves sharing her knowledge of aromatherapy with others. In her free time, Lindsey runs The Orange Clove, where she sells small-batch aromatherapy goods and blogs about aromatherapy, health, and wellness.

JoAnn Kovaly, LMT, NCPT (Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher)

MA 60132961

JoAnn Kovaly changed careers in 1999, opening her business Body Shoppe Therapies to follow her passion: helping people achieve their fitness and health goals utilizing the classical Pilates method.

JoAnn is one of the original certified trainers with the Pilates Method Alliance. While working with Pilates clients, she realized that it is necessary to integrate bodywork with Pilates for good compensation free and pain free movement patterns.

Learn why just “releasing” the fascia and musculature is never enough

Learning and using many manual therapy techniques and research into the fascial tensegrity of the body has helped JoAnn develop The L.I.F.T. Method: Ligament Influenced Fascial Technique.

LIFT, a ligament stimulation technique, combines neuromuscular function testing, fascial length testing, ligament stimulation treatment and neuromuscular movement reeducation. The testing protocols allow the practitioner to locate the source of the pathology and treat quickly, effectively and painlessly with exact recordable results.

JoAnn loves teaching and sharing the L.I.F.T. approach to muscular and fascial function with clients and other practitioners. Watching therapists realize how effective this system is is like taking a child to the beach for the first time. Exhilarating!

Angela Minchew, LMT

WA License Number MA60169648

Client centered, intentional touch is the foundation upon which Angela has based her massage practice, her client perspective, and her approach in the classroom. Her belief in the power of skilled, intentional touch to provide opportunities for healing and profound change is the result of her personal experience as a massage client and practitioner. Her classes support that belief by providing the structure needed to deepen your skill set and help you to bring your best to the table every session.

Angela graduated from Cortiva Institute-Seattle in 2010.