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 Dale G. Alexander, Ph.D. M.A. B.S.Ed. L.M.T.
 Author of the Inside-Out Paradigm©

Your clients will truly thank you for having taken these courses!

Dale G. Alexander Ph.D. MA, BSEd, L.M.T., named 2016 CE Provider of the Year by the Alliance for Massage Therapy Education, has had a Clinical Massage Therapy practice in Florida since 1980 (first in Key West and now also at Lake Worth Beach) and has worked with thousands of clients throughout his career.

The courses last from 9-6 each day, with registration at 8:30 am each day.

Dale’s introduction: 
With humility, I have been incredibly lucky in my 4+decade career to have had exceptional teachers who laid a foundation for how to serve those with chronic dysfunction ... and now with even more gratitude to those clients who were divinely sent to me to further my education into many progressions.

The visceral organs and their suspensory ligaments have been left out of most Western Models of healing.  Simply stated, they are slung down and forward from the cranial base and from the anterior cervical spine all the way to the pelvic floor.

The tensions of our overlapping suspensory ligaments which interconnects our organs from the head, neck and to additional sites along the axial spine are our first responders to ongoing stress, illness and the echoes of recent or long-ago traumatic events.

The sequence in chronic conditions typically may be described as the ligaments tightening over time thus, displacing the bones toward the edge of their joint capsules which stimulates the surrounding myofascial soft tissues to protect them. Once this palace guard function has been activated, range of motion decreases and ischemia ensues which perpetuates the presence of ongoing chronic pain.

In each course, time is devoted to comprehending and blending how to release this internal linkage, restoring blood and nerve flow, re-seating the humeral and femoral heads of the shoulders and hips and toward normalizing the kinetic chain of normal movement patterns.  


“Thank you for organizing your thoughts & theories so clearly & being willing to share your wealth of knowledge & understanding!”

“Life-changing as to my ability to help my clients!”

“So many light bulbs went off! I can’t wait to see my next client!”

“Cannot improve on perfection!  You are a great communicator & easy to follow!”

“The idea that what goes on Inside rules how we function will transform what I do with my clients.”

“I never considered the role of the esophagus in how it may influence head position.”

“After taking this workshop, I will treat clients with whiplash very differently.”

“I have so many clients with Low Back issues. Now I have the skills to more effectively assist them.”

“Phenomenally effective work! Essential for clients with chronic conditions.”

“Soup to nuts, a practical & comprehensive course. The finest I’ve experienced.”

“The simplicity of the techniques & the power of the effect was incredible!”

“An amazing course in understanding the internal & ‘unseen’ impact on cervical dysfunction.”

“A concise course that will help a broad spectrum of my clients’ needs.”

“Very informative, intellectually challenging yet, easy to understand. All of the information tied together beautifully. Your courses provide large pieces of the puzzle so that we can make lasting healing changes with our clients.”

“Your course on Gall Bladder dysfunction was ‘over the moon.’ So many clients' faces flashed before my eyes.  The triad of congestion, compression & dis-coordination of the nervous system is an exquisite way to comprehend how so many somatic problems have this as their physiological source.”

“My body is moving so much more freely after this workshop.”

“Thank you so very much for allowing us to take pictures of the treatment set-ups. 

Am sure this will help me to transfer the learnings.”

“Your presentation of how the body is so interrelated will take my work to a new level.”

“Just do it. It will grow your practice. What clients really want is skilled palpation.”

“Great workshop! Can’t wait to learn more from Dale.”

“Your teaching style was elegant & synthesizing, not overwhelming.”