Pain Free Massage will be introduced using Deep Tissue Techniques and understanding Nociceptors and nociception. Pain free herbs and essential oils will be designated and utilized during this course where great results are achieved in a single professional session.We have learned that using particular myofascial techniques together with the proper client education, a pain free massage takes the place of multiple deep tissue modalities. Due to the relief and comfort provided to the client, they will keep returning for more.
Discussions during this course:
What is Hemp
Nutritional/Therapeutic Components of Hemp
Differences between cannabinoids, Classes of cannabinoids
Delivery Systems for Hemp
The Endocannabinoid System, Phytocannabinoids
Tolerance, Drug Interactions
Systems Affected, ANXIETY DISORDERS, Sleep Disturbances
The Microbiome and Gut Health
THE IMMUNE SYSTEM, Musclo-skeletal System
Hemp for Animals
We will be utilizing CBD oil as an optional topical application.
Some information on the Benefits of CBD Oil Massage: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/cbd-oil-benefits#section3
Its uses are incredible and can be traced back thousands of years. There are various species of cannabis, and cannabidiol (CBD), is one that has been gaining a ton of popularity.People are still often cautious of using CBD oils as they sometimes confuse CBD with THC, but there are actually stark differences. While THC is known to get people high or alter their state of mind, CBD does neither. It is not psychoactive and also has more medical use than THC.”CBD stands out because it is both nonintoxicating and displays a broad range of medicinal applications, including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-anxiety, and analgesic (pain relief) properties,” Dr. Blake Pearson, founder of Greenly Medical Consulting and practicing medical doctor in Ontario, Canada, specializing in cannabinoid medicine, However, certain levels of THC can be present when using CBD products as it can make the beneficial properties of it even more potent.
Benefits of CBD Oils
People with arthritis, broken bones, sports injuries, overworked muscles from working out, neurological disorders, and those who want to relieve anxiety can benefit from CBD oil treatments. According to Dr. Pearson, there’s also a growing body of evidence supporting claims that CBD has been shown to improve symptoms related to “inflammation, including inflammatory bowel disease (for example Crohn’s and colitis), rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and sports and occupational injuries causing chronic pain, like tendinitis,” mood disorders, and more. He’s seen patients in his clinic find great improvements in their pain after starting cannabinoid therapy.
Because of its many benefits-CBD has been taking the healthcare and beauty industries by storm in recent years. In fact, CBD is being used in special treatments at several spas across the country — and for good reason. While CBD in spa treatments is not as closely monitored as treatments by a licensed physician over a period of time, it can be marginally beneficial during such things as massages. The incorporation of CBD into spa treatments has been shown to reduce inflammation, relieve and ease pain, and destress, according to Anna Pamula, owner of Renu Day Spa, who was the first to introduce CBD treatments in Illinois over four years ago. Her salon in Illinois offers an ever-changing menu based on careful research of cannabis-infused massage therapy and other treatments with cannabis oils and products. She is very careful about sourcing the best, organic products without chemicals for her clients as they are the most beneficial.
The use of CBD oils in spas can be “great for musculoskeletal and joint pain relief,” Dr. Mark Rosenbloom, MD, MBA, told POPSUGAR, “because it would really get into the tissues.” He usually recommends CBD for localized pain and has seen very positive results from it. Dr. Rosenbloom has also seen a decrease in nausea, inflammation, and oxidative stress in patients when using CBD.
“What we are doing when using CBD is using the body’s own system and just augmenting it a bit,” Dr. Rosenbloom said. Our bodies naturally produce endogenous cannabinoids, which are the same structure of plant cannabinoids. We have two receptors for cannabinoids, but CBD doesn’t act on them directly. Rather, it seems to encourage the body to use more of its own cannabinoids.
The plant cannabinoids last longer in the body because our bodies aren’t used to breaking them down. “Over 1,000 genes in our body are affected by CBD. They are essential to human life. The body would not function well without endogenous cannabinoids,” Dr. Rosenbloom added.
In spas, CBD is used as tinctures, massage oils, and is infused in lotions and creams. The products will not get you high but are applied to the skin during a massage and can reduce pain, inflammation, and much more.
Side effects of CBD?
A study conducted by the World Health Organization stated that there is no evidence correlating any public-health-related problems with the use of pure CBD. Dr. Pearson added that CBD “is generally well-tolerated and has a good safety profile,” and the study stated that “CBD does not induce physical dependence and is not associated with potential abuse.” However, because it is an entirely nonbenign substance and there could be a chance of developing contact dermatitis or an allergic reaction since it’s applied topically, Dr. Pearson recommends consulting with your physician first. He also recommends those interested in seeking the benefits of CBD to work closely with a medical practitioner to understand their own underlying conditions and develop a bespoke treatment plan with a personalized dosing regimen.
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This class will be taught as an advanced sciences course approved by the Authorizing Board NCBTMB. Dr. Madalyn Ward will bring the Science and methods to the table for a deeper understanding of this miracle substance. Products will be available for purchase.
Dr. Madalyn Ward, DVM
Dr Ward graduated from Texas A&M University in 1980 then went to work as an employee at Camino
Viejo Equine Clinic. In 1986 She established her own practice, Bear Creek Veterinary Clinic in
Austin, Texas, which she continues to own and operate.
In 1989, Dr Ward began to have interest in alternative modalities. Over the next 15 years she completed
certification courses in Veterinary Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Homeopathy, Bowen Therapy and
Osteopathy, also studying nutrition, food therapy and herbal medicine.
Dr. Ward has published multiple articles in magazines such as, The Horse, Practical Horseman, Equis,
The Natural Horse, and Holistic Horse. She has presented at the American Holistic Veterinary
Medical Association and The Academy of Veterinary Homeopathy one such subjects as, The
Use of Anti Oxidants in the Treatment of Chronic Laminitis, Feeding According to Five Element
Temperament Typing and Using Homeopathy in the Treatment of Metabolic Conditions in
Serving on the board of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association for 8 years and
served as president in 2002, she is currently a member of the American Association of Equine
Practitioners, The American Veterinary Medical Association, The Academy of Veterinary
Homeopathy and the Texas Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr Ward has authored three books, Holistic Horsekeeping, Horse Harmony and Horse Harmony, A
Feeding Guide and maintains two educational websites, Holistichorsekeeping.com and