Advanced Kinesiology & Anatomy: Head to Tail for Lumbar Spine & Hips and Head | Candy Cain Fleming | 16 CE hours | Greensboro, NC

August 11, 2018 @ 8:30 am – August 12, 2018 @ 5:30 pm
Kneaded Energy
321 W Wendover Ave
Greensboro, NC 27408
TAG Woods

Class Description

Using lecture, basic movements and stretching, this class will build on current knowledge of musculoskeletal anatomy and nerve innervation. Therapists will gain a better knowledge as to using movement as an assessment tool.

Class Objectives:  This 16-hour class will provide each massage therapist with:

  1. Better understanding of how Kinesiology and movement can be used as an assessment tool.
  2. Demonstrate the knowledge of planes of movement, directions/positions of the body, and movements of the body.
  3. Identify the agonist and antagonist in each section of the body.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of and identify origins, insertions, and actions for all muscle groups and nerves associated.


Class Outcomes:

  1. Each therapist will have the ability to use movement as assessment tool.
  2. Each therapist will increase ability to work with the body agonist vs. antagonist.


Class Focuses:

  1. Day 1 Pelvis and Thigh, Spine and Thorax
  2. Day 2 Neck and Face, Shoulder and Arm


CE Hours: 16

Registration Time: 8:00m

Topic: Advanced Kinesiology

Title: Advanced Kinesiology & Anatomy: Head to Tail for the Lumbar Spine & Hips and Head

Speaker: Candy Cain Fleming

Speaker Certifications: LMBT #5963

Registration Costs
AMTA Member: $128.00
Non-AMTA Member: $256.00


There are several restaurants near by.  You can bag your own lunch because there is a refrigerator onsite.  Snacks will be provided.

Need to Bring:

  • Wear clothing that will allow for stretching
  • Optional:  Yoga Mat, Blanket or Pillows for comfort

Speaker Biography

Candy Cain Fleming

BS in Sport Management with concentration in Sports Medicine and Exercise Science
Diploma from Forsyth Technical Community College in Therapeutic Massage 2003

An anatomy geek at heart, the human body has always fascinated me.  I see the body as a true make up of pulleys and levers.  When someone approaches me, I automatically begin assessing.  Shoulders and hips uneven, antalgic gait, decreased ROM, I begin determining what muscles are involved.  2006-2017 I taught at Forsyth Technical Community College for Therapeutic Massage.  My classes were Kinesiology I, II, III.  During my tenure at Forsyth Tech, this class was born.  A way to offer a “review of sorts” to the musculoskeletal anatomy as a continuing education class.