Workshop Testimonials

Very informative course. I’ve learned so much in two days and will incorporate it into my manual therapy in the clinic.

Haley Smith, R Kin.
Hamilton, Ontario

Workshop environment was lively & conducive to learning. You had good pace and kept control of the class!

Lee Massey
Vancouver BC

Very knowledgeable instructor. Liked the practical component and thoroughly enjoyed the course!

Anne J.
Vancouver BC

William – Now I work your method with every patient and this technique is really good!

Basia K.,Physiotherapist
Warsaw, Poland

Appreciate your feedback, one-on-one help, practical application and guidance. Thanks for the great weekend!

Linda Mallard
Tsawwassen, BC

Very enjoyable workshop and professional approach. Takes time to explain things in different ways. Learned lots – appreciated the smaller class size. Thanks, Bill.

Anita Forrer
British Columbia

Very practical with lots of great hands-on practice including palpation techniques, landmarking and feedback from instructors. I would recommend this course to colleagues in my field.

Jeff K., Physiotherapist
Vancouver, BC

Great workshop to take – the information is valuable! This course should be high on everyone’s list to take.

Paul Laviolette, CBW
Langley, BC

These Trigger Point workshops are very informative. The presentation is well organized with demonstrations and hands-on practice. The ability to use the techniques as well as to experience the treatments is very valuable. The atmosphere encourages exploration, questions and an opportunity to learn from all. Thanks for the open encouragement! Good for anyone interested in pain reduction.

Evelyn Applin
Nanaimo, BC

William covered everything. It was an excellent course and very glad I attended. I really think this is what I have been missing, to deal with my pain issues.

Marie Goncalves
British Columbia, Canada

To be proficient at Trigger Point Therapy, one must study thoroughly and practice it daily. Simply because someone is a registered or licensed massage therapist, physiotherapist, bodyworker, or doctor, does not necessarily make them a knowledgeable Trigger Point practitioner. Although there are some who are very good, and understand trigger points, most have only a minimal amount of Trigger Point Therapy training and clinical experience.

William Huhn

A Story of Inspiration

Out of curiosity I had taken one of Bill’s weekend Trigger Point workshops.  Dealing with frustrating physical issues myself and being in the fitness industry I was looking for new ideas and answers to questions I had with regards to reoccurring pain. I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop, Bill’s passion for... Read more
Deb B.