Join James Humecky for introductory workshops in Movement-Based Integrative Bodywork (MBIB).

This three-part series involves the experiential exploration of therapeutic Movement-Based Integrative bodywork (MBIB) techniques, in both theory and application. As the series progresses from basic theory, philosophy, ethics and body mechanics, into hands-on bodywork, students learn the skills to safely and professionally move the client through passive free range of motion and facilitated stretching techniques. There will be an emphasis on self-awareness, movement and self-care for the practitioner as the foundation for effectively working with clients.

These cutting-edge techniques are applicable for bodyworkers and massage therapists as well as yoga instructors, chiropractors, physical trainers and movement practitioners. Come learn, experience the work and gain tools for greater clients appreciation and practitioner self-care.

July 14 – Hips and legs/supine

July 28 – Shoulder girdle

August 11 – Back/Prone

2-5 pm.

Attend any workshop as a standalone class or attend all three at a special price.

Purchase all three in advance for just $135 or $50 in advance for each workshop.

Pay at the door if space allows – $60.

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About James:


James Humecky is a dynamic, hands-on therapeutic bodyworker, teacher and former Marine who has created a unique approach to the cultivation of powerful, body-centered (somatic) self-awareness. Through his whole-body approach James facilitates the integration of all your life experience, building a personal foundation which allows you to live a fluid and resilient life.

James has been a bodyworker since 2004 and he has been teaching Somatic Awareness, massage, movement and meditation classes and workshops for over a decade. He has been studying movement and the body for over 30 years and brings a playful and relaxed style to his teaching, sharing information in a way that makes it accessible to everyone.

Most recently James traveled to Israel to work with  Palestinian and Israeli peacemakers on the West Bank. He was asked to go and do bodywork with the activists, including Ali Abu-Awwad who is the founder of Taghyeer (Change), the Palestinian National Movement for Non-Violent Resistance.