Our CE workshops are known around the world for their high standard of instruction and comprehensive approach.
Attendees discover that there’s much more to Trigger Point Therapy than simply following a book illustration to inactivate a specific TrP.
Our instructors have thoroughly studied and practiced (over many years) the seminal work of Drs. Janet Travell and David Simons.
Trigger Point Therapy is not another thing we do… it’s the only thing we do.
William has been presenting manual compression Trigger Point CE workshops all over the world since 2007.
You’ll find the lecture component details the crucial-to-know Trigger Point Therapy protocol for providing effective treatment to your client/patient, and all William Huhn Method CE workshops include plenty of hands-on practice.
We love to share what we know about comprehensive* TPT, with everyone! If you’d like to have us visit your city, please email us. We present workshops almost anywhere.
- The CE workshops listed on this page are not Trigger Point therapy ‘certification’ workshops. You will however, receive a handsome “Certificate of Completion” and discover some useful TPT knowledge and applied techniques.
- All WHM workshops demonstrate and employ manual compression techniques only. I.e. we do not employ injection nor dry needling methods.
If you’re wanting WHM Trigger Point certification, click here to see what you’ll need to know.
* comprehensive TPT involves extensive study and following the seminal work of Drs. Janet Travell and David Simons.
Workshops/Cities Where and When
Mentoring, Private Workshops, Distance Learning
Trigger Points & Women’s Health
Trigger Point Therapy – Five Modules
Upper Half of Body and Lower Extremities.
Fitness & Trigger Points
Shoulders and Migraine
Hong Kong – Trigger Point Therapy – Five Modules
Trigger Points Common to Athletes
UK – Understanding Trigger Points
Abdominopelvic and Intrapelvic Trigger Points
Upper Body and Lower Extremities (Abridged)
In some individuals, high levels of anxiety are expressed in the form of muscle tension. Many muscles are held in sustained contraction that overloads them and perpetuates myofascial trigger points.
- Travell and Simons Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction, The Trigger Point Manual; 1999; pg. 221