FAKTR with BioMechanical Taping in Olympia, WA

FAKTR with BioMechanical Taping in Olympia, WA

November 01, 2017

FAKTR is heading back to the Northwest this December for our LAST FAKTR course of 2017.  Join us in beautiful Olympia, WA at the BodyMechanics School on December 9-10 and complete the first step towards your FAKTR certification.

All courses now feature bundle ticket options for students and professionals along with add-on options for FAKTR instruments and the FAKTR online course (the final step in certification).

Learn more and register below or view the full event page here >>

 

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