Dr. Kern is an interminable student and educator. She has taught at T he University of Texas at Austin, Texas, Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, and Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
During college, Dr. Kern studied biological sciences and worked with marine mammals in Newfoundland and Alaska. Dr. Kern has studied advanced courses in Arvigo Maya Abdominal Therapy™ (ATMAT), CranioSacral therapy, myofascial release and trigger point therapy, and Zen Shiatsu. She specializes in neck, shoulder, and abdominal massage. She is passionate about moving people out of discomfort and pain.
As a member of community theatre, she has studied movement and bodywork for over 30 years.
For Texas Healing Arts, she teaches continuing education workshops in advanced massage therapy techniques. And for the Abdominal Therapy Collective she teaches abdominal therapy, founded upon the techniques taught by Dr. Rosita Arvigo.
Dr. Weinstein holds a degree in anthropology with a background in archaeology, physical anthropology, biology and botany. He taught at the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University and was a private archaeological consultant for many years. Dr. Weinstein specializes in chronic and acute pain of the low back, hips, and legs. At THAI, he teaches continuing education courses in advanced myofascial release and trigger point release