Our CE will change the way you think and get you excited about your practice!

My Passion: Teaching OTPs the Science of Fascia

I LOVE being an OT. I can't imagine being anything else. I love my profession, too! That is why I want to keep us on the cutting edge of science.

When I first learned about fascia in school, I promptly forgot about it. We were told it was not important. Fast forward three decades, and we have loads of science that says otherwise.

You were probably taught the same thing I was about fascia so it's no wonder you haven't paid attention to the science. Early understanding of fascia made us believe we could not affect it. Well, that was research on DEAD people. In vivo and fresh cadaver work has taught us that it is perhaps THE MOST IMPORTANT body system as it is THE ENVIRONMENT OF EVERY OTHER BODY SYSTEM!

If you have ever felt like something was missing, YOU WERE RIGHT!

It's the fascia.

As an administrator and faculty member in higher education for twenty years, I love teaching and consider it the most important part of my practice. Whether I’m teaching the basics about posture to a client or complex research on fascia to health professionals. My approach to teaching is very practical. As a result, my students often connect to my teaching style. I value simplicity, action, and application. If I'm going to spend my valuable time taking a course, I want it to be concise and applicable. I'm sure you do, too.

My focus is far more than just teaching myofascial techniques. I do teach myofascial technique (in-person) with a focus on teaching traditional practitioners. I believe myofascial techniques belong in the hands of every OTP, but that is NOT what my online courses are about.

I love to educate both clients and OTPs about the current research related to fascia. It is considered to be a very important body system. Understanding this system and its intricate relationship with all our other body systems is a critical layer to understanding health. If your fascia is healthy, your other body systems have the environment to function as they should.

According to the Clifton Strengths Finder personality assessment I am a learner, an input, strategic, and a developer. I love to learn about topics that interest me, such as fascia, gather as much as I can on that topic and integrate it into my practice to continually offer the best possible service to my clients. And I love to teach and share my knowledge with others so they can also develop their skills. Therefore, my practice and the courses I offer all have a central thread of integrating fascia research and fascia wellness concepts into how we think about our own health and the health and function of our clients.

Now that I’m in my 32nd year of practice I want to turn around and support all the amazing health and wellness professionals out there trying to be the best possible practitioner they can be by creating fascia-informed therapists™!

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CE vs. Professional Development

Another year is up, and you need to get your CE done. You’re in a rut. You’re busy and you just need it done. I get it. I have been there. 

The truth is...

  • Deciding which CE course to take can be challenging.
  • There are so many big CE companies out there trying to get your attention.
  • Many companies have put together quick, easy courses you can take that allow you to check your CE off your to do list. 

This may lead you to a conflicted feeling of just getting it done rather than doing what CE is really meant to do which is...

  • Serve as professional development.
  • Keep you up to date on what is happening in your profession and practice area.
  • Upgrade your current skills.
  • Learn new skills.

Maybe you’ve been a practitioner for many years and have trouble finding CE that you find new, interesting, and relevant to your practice. Most CE bores you, but you must do it for your license and registration. It is tough finding CE that is worth your time and money. 

You can spend another year just getting your CE done and over with or you can learn something new and completely reenergize your practice through professional development with Mayer Fascia Wellness. 

I've spent thousands of hours reading, digesting, and applying the fascia research in my practice.

I've done the heavy lifting for you.

Posture is a foundational concept in our fascia wellness training. There is a key relationship between posture, fascia and our health.

In the training of many health practitioners, posture is only taught in the context of ergonomics and wheelchair positioning. Our training goes far beyond this! Posture should be part of EVERY treatment plan at EVERY age!

Presenting at my home state Nebraska Occupational Therapy Association conference in 2023 with my then Creighton University capstone student and now colleague, Kaitlyn Rambo.

Check out our posture course!

Empowering others with the ability to self-treat with myofascial concepts is key to healing and staying well.

Life continually puts tension into our bodies (fascia) and we need to find ways to chase it out. Not everyone has the time and resources to visit a therapist regularly so we empower our clients with self-treatment. You'll learn how you can do the same!

Teaching The Myofascial Self-Treatment Workshop in Parker, CO at the Fall 2022 Colorado Occupational Therapy Conference.

Look for our self-treatment course!

Learning should be active, fun, and applicable to your practice.

In our courses, we teach many ways of adapting and applying a variety of hands on and tool-based myofascial techniques (not just face down on the table).

Presenting at the Arizona State Conference Occupational Therapy Conference in 2019.

All our courses are engaging and 100% applicable.

In-Person Courses and On-Demand CE

We offer several courses for the public. Any course I offer to the public is also open to health and wellness professionals. If you let me know you need a certificate for the course, I will provide that for you.

We offer continuing education courses for all types of health and wellness professionals.

Fascia Science and Myofascial Techniques Workshop for Traditional Settings is a highly regarded CE course.

Expect great discussion about the science and how it applies to your healthcare setting to address far more than just pain. We allow time for hands-on with the classes kept small so you get lots of direct feedback to sharpen your skills that can be used in any traditional setting.

Learn more about live courses here.

One-on-One Skills Training

I love one-on-one teaching and learning. Health and wellness professionals can sign up for one-on-one sessions with me. During these sessions, we can focus on practicing your skills by working on each other or discuss problem-solving related to your clients. I’ve also had therapists use this time to discuss creating their own myofascial-focused practice. I will create a certificate with your specific learning objectives so you can use this time as continuing education.

Therapists also have the option to treat clients with me. I have amazing clients who love to help me teach you. Plus, they get the experience of being treated by two therapists at the same time which is also a wonderful experience. To schedule this option, you must have taken my in-person workshop, been treated as a client by myself or a therapist I have trained, and completed at least one, one-on-one session with me. These must be scheduled directly with me at least one week in advance so that I can gain permission from my clients. You can stay for one session or stay the day. Email me to discuss this option. I can issue a certificate for these sessions as well.

Lifelong Learning

When we keep learning we continually invigorate our careers and find new ways to help our clients.

Fascia Science

The research on fascia is pouring out. I love learning and translating that into practical ways we can use this fascinating information to help our clients.


Applying fascia science goes well beyond myofascial treatment skills. However, that is helpful too! If we can help with the epidemic of pain, we should!

My Immutable Laws of Business

I strive to create learning opportunities of the highest quality.

Excellence in Teaching: I create courses that are easy to digest and full of information that can be applied to your practice immediately.

Knowledge: I seek out and share the most recent and relevant fascia-related information important to health and wellness professionals.

Growth and Success: I want to see all health and wellness professionals find success with their clients and their careers.

Health: Understanding fascia and what keeps it well is an important layer to understanding health and function in ourselves and our clients.

Full 90-Day Guarantee!

We know you are busy, so we’ll give you three full months to get through your course.

If after you complete the course, you haven’t learned something new that you can apply to yourself or your practice, we’ll give you a full refund. We are so sure you’ll learn something you’ll use from this course that we’ll give you 100% of your money back. 

Continuing Education Credit FAQ

How many CE hours will I get for completing this course?

We estimate this course will take approximately 10 hours to complete. This includes all the readings, activities, and videos.

Will I receive a certificate?

Yes! Once the course and the quiz are completed, you will automatically receive a certificate.

Can I use this course for NBCOT renewal?

Yes! Our courses meet the requirements for NBCOT Certification Renewal Requirements ID #18 or #19.

Can I use this course to renew my state license?

Our courses meet state licensure requirements. However, these can change, and it is up to each participant to know their requirements. You can find your state by logging into AOTA or searching "your state, occupational therapy, licensure renewal requirements".

The state of Nebraska example:

008.01(B) WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS, WEBINARS AND CONFERENCES. The content of the continuing education activity must relate to occupational therapy whether the subject is research, treatment, documentation, or education management, and includes monitored videotapes, and in-service programs. Documentation must include a certificate of attendance and a program outline or objectives. One hour for each hour of attendance.

Are your courses AOTA approved?

Not at this time. Being an AOTA approved provider is not a requirement for CE credit (and it is a very expensive process). As a small CE provider, we do hope to go through this process in the near future, but for now we want to keep creating great courses!

My Goal:

Share the science of fascia with every OTP in the world.

Most of us were taught in our anatomy labs to throw away the fascia. We were taught it was merely packing material and we moved on to learning about all the other body systems.

This information will transform how you view the human body and how you approach treatment. You won't believe how much we've been missing.