Practice on yourself to learn the 'feel', add knowledge to your
'self-help toolbox', then take these tools to work.




This unique approach recognizes the core relationships throughout the body. Once those relationships are understood, it becomes easier to understand what a body is telling you.

One of my intentions in terms of learning goals is for you to add tools to your tactile toolbox. This enables an amazingly more efficient and effective approach to reducing pain and restoring function.


Our body is continuously managing its state of balance. The medical term for this is 'Homeostasis,' from the Greek words for "same" and "steady." Homeostasis refers to any process that living things use to maintain relatively stable conditions necessary for survival. When it is holding balance, the body's built-in repair mechanisms can function without the background tensions required to maintain homeostasis.

The concept of 'Homeostasis' reveals the multitude of levels and ongoing processes the body requires to maintain balance... and survive.
This unique approach works with those ongoing processes by recognizing and respecting its built-in intelligent design.


Two online learning opportunities:

Practice on yourself to learn the 'feel' while you add knowledge to your 'self-help toolbox.'

Plantar Fasciitis and the Tibialis Posterior muscle.




For the professional manual therapist in search of efficient techniques for reducing foot pain, Taum has created an online, in-depth Home-study class. This unique class guides you through working on yourself. It contains an amazing amount of detailed information...and you set your own pace.

This class enables a deeper understanding of Plantar fasciitis and Bunions.

NCBTMB  approved for 10 CEs. 

"Focus only on the problem; you might miss the solution." TS

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You can feel tension near a client's painful area,
how do you utilize that information?
What does that tension reveal? muscle to bone


"Taum Sayers is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education provider. Provider # 152386-00"