GTDR - news) announced today Somatic Systems™ new format for their Clinical Somatic Education ™ Professional Training Program. The Total Somatics™ training program is the only training program that teaches the Total Somatics ™ process and techniques.The Great Outdoors, Inc. (
Training is held at the Somatic Systems Institute, Inc.™. The Institute offers students an accelerated learning experience conducted over three semesters. The three-semester course consists of 300 hours of supervised in-class education.
Tuition for the first semester is $4,850. The second and third semesters' tuition is $2,500 per semester. Students receive support services and consultations throughout the training program from faculty advisors who ensure understanding and mastery of the Total Somatics™ process and techniques.
Prior to graduation, students are encouraged to gain real world experience and put their training to work. Upon completing the first semester, students can utilize the knowledge and skills they learned from the training program to take appointments, treating people who suffer from pain.
"We encourage our students to invest in themselves and it will return to them both in terms of income as well as the dramatic sense of well being that they will receive from helping others," stated Steve Aronstein, Chairman and CEO, The Great Outdoors, Inc.
The Great Outdoors, Inc. recently announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Somatic Systems Institute, Inc., is preparing to open a new Total Somatics™ treatment center at 89 Franklin Street, between Broadway and Church Street, in the Tribeca section of New York City, New York. The Company expects to open the facility September 2006, with other locations currently being evaluated.
The Great Outdoors, Inc. will soon be changing their name to Somatic Systems, Inc. and will also be filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission to obtain a new ticker symbol.
Total Somatics™ is a technique, which combats unnecessary muscular contraction and its associated pain, often resulting from traumatic injury or chronic stress. Total Somatics™ uses a series of movements (lasting as little as five minutes a day) that lengthen muscles back to their natural, relaxed state.
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