Seminar Health

Barral, D'Ambrogio, Upledger Institutes
Seminar Update as of Jan 18, 2022 9am eastern

Click here for: Seminar Attendance Protocols and Guidelines Regarding Community Health

COVID-19 Education for Manual Therapists

Subscription Program created and presented by Ron Mariotti, ND, BI-D

Information about Covid and masks by Ron Mariotti, ND, BI-D

Core Curriculum Updates

VM4-L January 21-23, 2022 Albuquerque, New Mexico postponed to March 31-April 2, 2022

CSIR January 27-30, 2022 Washington D.C. postponed to August 25-28, 2022

NM4 January 28-30, 2022 San Francisco, California is postponed, see online for other date options

VM5 March 31-April 3, 2022 Albuquerque, New Mexico is postponed

NVMTA April 29-May 1, 2022 New York, New York is postponed

AVMTB Denver July 22-24, 2022 moved from San Antonio to Denver

NM4 Denver July 22-24, 2022 moved from San Antonio to Denver

SCB1 Denver July 22-24, 2022 moved from San Antonio to Denver

All other North American seminars are proceeding. Please check back often as updates are most often made at about 21-30 days in advance of a scheduled seminar.

Should your personal needs or plans change with regard to attending the seminar, we will work to adjust to a schedule/location that better suits your needs. We will continue to monitor reputable sources.

We appreciate your support and look forward to supporting your education.

Grounding and Support Resources

Susan Steiner, UII Instructor, is offering free Upledger Community online video calls to support CST/SER therapists at this time. All therapists are invited.

Each week, the 1 hour calls have a theme, in which everyone:

  • Shares resources and ideas we find helpful
  • Express ourselves and discuss strategies we use
  • Discuss what is working and what is not working for us with our business and clients
  • Sit together in stillness for a short meditation

Each Tuesday, 8pm and Thursday, 3pm Eastern Daylight Savings Time

For more info and link to the calls logon:

Heart Gratitude Meditation, a gift from Suzanne Scurlock

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