2019 Classes


DEAR STUDENTS, PLEASE NOTE THIS CHANGE IN SCHEDULING FORMAT:  Seattle Reflexology will not be offering our complete Reflexology Certification Program in 2019. We will offer certain core classes (Introduction to Reflexology, Business, Ethics) and will continue to bring you amazing instructors and classes from the northwest and around the world. Taking Introduction to Reflexology meets the prerequisite for most of our elective classes.

We do hope to offer the Reflexology Certification Program in the future. Our decision to run it will be based on student demand. If you would like to enroll, please call the office at 206.284.8389 and we will add you to our wait list.

For 2019 we are listing ALL scheduled classes chronologically on this page, including both Core/Required Curriculum and Electives (click HERE for information about other classes included in our Reflexology Certification Program):

  • Core classes are identified as such in their description and are listed in GREEN.
  • National elective classes are listed in BLUE.
  • International elective classes are listed in RED.

As always, elective classes may be taken as continuing education, as elective credits for the Reflexology Certification Program, or on their own. Most classes offer Continuing Education credits for ARCB and Washington State massage therapists. Please read course descriptions for prerequisite requirements.

We offer early bird registration pricing on our classes—registration deadlines are listed beneath the class description. Please note that certain elective classes have a registration requirement of 30 or more days for early bird pricing, and that the early bird deposit for international instructors is non-refundable.

January

In Introduction to Reflexology you will learn the basic history of the art and science of reflexology, theories of how it works, its benefits, indications and contraindications for its use. You will learn a sequence for a one-hour reflexology session; about 80% of the class is devoted to hands-on practice. This class will be taught by Neil McNeill, Jessica Crofoot or Lisa Hensell.  Credits from these classes apply to SRMC Core/Required Classes for our reflexology certification program and meet WA State CE requirements for LMTs.  Sat & Sun 9 am—6 pm (16 credits)
PREREQUISITES:  None
Jan 19-20  $295 plus $30 supply fee

February

None

March

Metamorphosis is a gentle, powerful healing modality that overlaps perfectly with reflexology. Utilizing the spinal reflexes on maps of the feet, hands and head, Metamorphosis helps practitioners find and release tension patterns in the body, mind and spirit of our clients that were introduced and embedded during their time in the womb. The spine holds the primary patterns that were formed in our prenatal time. By bringing prenatal imprints into focus the practitioner can assist the client in releasing blocks that are present in their life. In this way people can release the past and come into their full self expression. The work is powerful in that it addresses the root of our problems and assists us in becoming free of limitations connecting us to our true selves.  Students say that the gentle nature of the instructor combined with her insight, training and thoughtful wording is such that the class itself is a healing experience! Instructor Maryejo delMeijer will offer individual sessions on the Friday before class ($100/hr).  Sat & Sun 9 am—5 pm (14 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: Introductory Reflexology
Mar 9-10  $325 ($365 after Feb 9)
DUE TO SEATTLE-STOPPING SNOW, DEADLINE EXTENDED TO FEB 16

In Introduction to Reflexology you will learn the basic history of the art and science of reflexology, theories of how it works, its benefits, indications and contraindications for its use. You will learn a sequence for a one-hour reflexology session; about 80% of the class is devoted to hands-on practice. This class will be taught by Neil McNeill, Jessica Crofoot or Lisa Hensell.  Credits from these classes apply to SRMC Core/Required Classes for our reflexology certification program and meet WA State CE requirements for LMTs.  Sat & Sun 9 am—6 pm (16 credits)
PREREQUISITES:  None
Mar 23-24  $295 plus $30 supply fee

April

None

May

Ayurvedic Reflexology is the dynamic integration of traditional Ayurvedic hand and foot techniques with contemporary reflexology. The philosophy of Ayurveda states that there is no separation between the physical body and the mind. Ayurveda has a spiritual basis, and encourages individuals to embrace healthy spiritual practices. Massage of the feet and hands has a special place within Ayurvedic tradition. Ayurvedic Reflexology is dynamic, easy to apply and can be easily integrated into existing bodywork practices. The direction of energy (prana) flow within the body is respected and followed during the application of Ayurvedic Reflexology. Attendees of this class learn to identify and work vital energy centers known as Marmas. Some of the most important marmas used for healing purposes occur in the limbs. The traditional metal kasa bowl adds a new dimension to the procedure. The Ayurvedic Reflexology techniques are described as “kinder to the (practitioner’s) hands”. Sharon Stathis’s workshops are practical (hands-on) in their orientation. They introduce exciting new ways to work the feet and hands. Comprehensive course notes are provided in the form of a course manual. Reflexology knowledge is NOT a prerequisite for attendance, though some bodywork experience is preferred, along with an understanding of the basic Reflexology Fundamentals. For bodyworkers without this knowledge, a short excerpt from the SMART 1 manual provides the required information (click HERE). Sharon Stathis (coming to us all the way from Brisbane, Australia!) will instruct two classes while she is in Seattle:  SMART 1 and SMART 2, which will be held over the course of three days (SMART stands for the Stathis Method of Ayurvedic Reflexology Therapy). Visit ayurvedicreflexology for more details.  Here is a video of some of her work. These classes cost half the listed price to review.  Class price does not include additional merchandise (kasa bowl, videos, etc).  Sat, Sun & Mon 9 am—5 pm (21 total credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES:  bodywork experience; some familiarity with basic reflexology principles

SMART 1 Workshop covers the following key techniques:

  • Brief overview of Ayurveda
  • Brief overview of reflexology
  • Prana & marma therapy fundamentals
  • Kasa bowl work for the feet
  • Ayurvedic Reflexology routine for the feet
  • Self-help foot routine
  • Daily Ayurvedic practices for self-care

SMART 2 Workshop covers the following key techniques:

  • Marma therapy for the hands
  • Kasa bowl work for the hands
  • Ayurvedic Reflexology routine for the hands
  • Self-help hand routine

SPECIAL PRICE FOR SIGNING UP FOR ALL THREE DAYS OF CLASSES 30 DAYS EARLY:  $535 ($200 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $575 after Apr 5)

  • SMART I   Sat & Sun May 4-5  $395 ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $435 after Apr 5)
  • SMART II   Mon May 6  $200 ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $240 after Apr 5)

In Introduction to Reflexology you will learn the basic history of the art and science of reflexology, theories of how it works, its benefits, indications and contraindications for its use. You will learn a sequence for a one-hour reflexology session; about 80% of the class is devoted to hands-on practice. This class will be taught by Neil McNeill, Jessica Crofoot or Lisa Hensell.  Credits from these classes apply to SRMC Core/Required Classes for our reflexology certification program and meet WA State CE requirements for LMTs.  Sat & Sun 9 am—6 pm (16 credits)
PREREQUISITES:  None
May 18-19  $295 plus $30 supply fee

June

Elder Care and Reflexology  Make the most of your sessions with seniors! Clients of a certain age often have needs that reflexologists may be unfamiliar with, including diabetes, Alzheimer’s and dementia, Parkinson’s, arthritis, and other conditions. Instructor  Neil McNeill’s practice has included reflexology services in senior residential communities for several years, and he will share his accumulated knowledge and techniques in using reflexology with senior populations. Learn how to adjust your practice space and sessions to accommodate elderly clients, provide sessions off-site or in hospice and palliative care environments, and much more.  Sun 9 am—4 pm (6 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: Introductory Reflexology
Jun 2 $165 ($185 after May 19)

Emotional Toolkit for Reflexologists, presented by Christine Freeland. When clients bring their emotional or physical pains into to a reflexology session, are you prepared to respond appropriately and within your scope of practice? Although we are not mental health counselors, we can lead our clients into a state of deep relaxation and help them let go of physical and emotional tension.  From the client interview to making referrals to a professional resource, this class will add new skills to your emotional toolkit. Explore simple, step-by-step methods of holding space, breath coaching, guided meditations and reflexology techniques for grounding.  Develop listening and observational skills to tune into your client’s emotional state, and get tips for emotional self-care.  Sun 9 am—5 pm (7 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES:  None -this class is suitable for reflexologists, massage therapists and other bodyworkers
Jun 9 $175 ($195 after May 26)

July

In Introduction to Reflexology you will learn the basic history of the art and science of reflexology, theories of how it works, its benefits, indications and contraindications for its use. You will learn a sequence for a one-hour reflexology session; about 80% of the class is devoted to hands-on practice. This class will be taught by Neil McNeill, Jessica Crofoot or Lisa Hensell.  Credits from these classes apply to SRMC Core/Required Classes for our reflexology certification program and meet WA State CE requirements for LMTs.  Sat & Sun 9 am—6 pm (16 credits)
PREREQUISITES:  None
Jul 20-21  $295 plus $30 supply fee

August

Achieving Natural Foot Health + Certification through Natural Foot Health Institute  Dr. Ray McClanahan is a podiatrist from Portland who really knows a lot about how to help his clients find the root cause of their foot travails in order to avoid surgery and orthotics. His class in 2018 was a hit – we had more students in that class than any other class at SRMC! This year will be a two-part class including certification for those attending day two. Over the course of the weekend Dr. Ray will educate attendees on basic foot anatomy and explain a natural foot health approach that focuses on building foot strength, restoring alignment, and maintaining optimal foot function. The material will include the background of footwear and how it pertains to foot health, as well as reviewing some of the common foot ailments, including prevention and treatments. The certification component will be a deeper dive into the approach of treatment and diagnosis; participants will be asked to show practical demonstration of knowledge learned during the second day of the course. Attendees will walk away from the weekend course as “certified in natural foot health” (by and for Natural Foot Health Institute, Dr. Ray’s educational program). Providers and wholesale partners who are certified will be highlighted on our website as trusted resources for our followers who are looking for practitioners and retailers who approach foot health in a similar way to the physicians at Northwest Foot & Ankle, particularly Dr. Ray McClanahan. Additional education materials will be available on an ongoing basis. For information about Dr. Ray and his work visit nwfootankle.com. Sat & Sun 9 am—4 pm (12 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: None
Aug 17-18
PRICES FOR FULL WEEKEND:
New students $350
 ($370 after Aug 3)
Returning students $260 ($280 after Aug 3)
PRICES FOR SATURDAY ONLY:
New students $190 ($210 after Aug 3)
Returning students $130 ($150 after Aug 3)
PRICE FOR SUNDAY ONLY:
Returning students $190 ($210 after Aug 3)

September

In Introduction to Reflexology you will learn the basic history of the art and science of reflexology, theories of how it works, its benefits, indications and contraindications for its use. You will learn a sequence for a one-hour reflexology session; about 80% of the class is devoted to hands-on practice. This class will be taught by Neil McNeill, Jessica Crofoot or Lisa Hensell.  Credits from these classes apply to SRMC Core/Required Classes for our reflexology certification program and meet WA State CE requirements for LMTs.  Sat & Sun 9 am—6 pm (16 credits)
PREREQUISITES:  None
Sept 14-15  $295 plus $30 supply fee

Reflexology Business & Ethics Classes offer assistance in developing a successful and rewarding practice. Our engaging instructor, Pam Foster, provides an interactive and thought-provoking approach to this topic, giving tools to help you understand and identify your market and tap into the resources to your success.  Legal aspects of running a business and how to prepare a business plan are included.  Credits from these classes apply to SRMC Core/Required Classes for our reflexology certification program and meet WA State CE requirements for LMTs as well as CE status with ARCB
PREREQUISITES: None
Sept 28 Business $175 ($195 after Sept 14)  Sat 9 am5 pm (7 credits)

Sept 29 Ethics $100 ($120 after Sept 15)  Sun 9 am—1 pm (4 credits)

Tax Tips for Reflexologists “Sometimes owning a small business can seem so overwhelming! It seems that, no matter how hard I work, I still feel so tax poor!” In this class, instructor Pam Foster will examine the tricks and tips to have your business work for you…and all of this is LEGAL! Come and increase your knowledge and understanding of optimizing your business deductions and reducing your tax burden.  Sun 2—5 pm (3 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES:  None
Sept 29  $75 ($95 after Sept 15)

October

Frontier Biology:  WATER with Peter Lund Frandsen of Touchpoint (Denmark)

Is water more important than cells and tissues in the body?

Peter Lund Frandsen is back with a new lecture. This time we are exploring ideas and the latest knowledge about water, the human body, biology and consciousness. If you could sort all the molecules in your body and divide them into two piles, one with biological molecules and another with water molecules, you would only find one single “real biology molecule” for every time you put 99 molecules in the water pile. All this water is not floating around like a large inner sea. It is organized and structured in complicated ways. The water is just as organized just as is your anatomy.  All of this is inextricably linked to philosophy, the physics of how matter arises and is formed, sound patterns, coherence, cosmology, technologies, health, consciousness science and energy medicine. Despite the enormous scope and multiple facets of the subjects, Peter will present a rounded evening about the understanding of water’s properties and the many possibilities they offer.

Themes

  • New and re-discovered facts about water
  • Where is the water in you? How is it linked to connective tissue?
  • Does water “remember” information?
  • Water in nature, water in materials, water in air
  • Cymatics, frequencies that form water
  • Electricity and magnetism in tissues and water
  • Does water “talk” to other water?
  • Is water a living organism?
  • Water as an interface to quantum reality

Read more at frontierbiology.com/water.  Wed 6—9 pm (3 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: None. Open to the public.
Oct 9  $85

Dorthe KrogsgaardandPeter Lund Frandsenof Touchpoint (DenmarkAs always with the Round About class series, you will enjoy two talented and highly experienced instructors for the price of one. It’s a great benefit:  you will not only enjoy the perspective of two unique, knowledgeable practitioners, but the amount of individual guidance each student receives will be considerable, enabling more proficient use of each technique by the end of class.
Round About:  Fertility  In Denmark reflexology is the mostly used alternative treatment form, with one in four having consulted a reflexologist. In Danish fertility clinics 75 percent of the patients also have contacts with the complementary field, the majority of whom choose reflexology. Therefore a lot of know-how on treating infertility exists among Danish reflexologists. Every sixth couple experience problems reproducing themselves. In only 35 percent of all infertility cases, conventional medicine is able to identify the underlying cause. In the remaining 65 percent the medical system can not find an explanation for the lacking fertility. Especially within this group, reflexologists are often able to help. Giving both the male and the female body the best possible condition for conceiving a new human being is a great task. It is therefore important to know about the most common causes of infertility, like:  the condition of mucous membranes, quality of semen, nutritional status, low metabolism, stress, the iliopsoas and other pelvic muscles, hidden infections, the spine and of course the hormonal system and reproductive organs. Our aim is to present the newest knowledge within complementary as well as conventional fertility treatments.

Topics include:

  • Common causes for male and female infertility
  • Conventional fertility therapy
  • Infertility and PCO (Poly Cystic Ovaries)
  • The anatomy and physiology of reproduction
  • How does stress influences fertility?
  • What affects semen quality?
  • A complementary view on infertility
  • Role of the psoas muscle
  • Mucous membranes
  • Infections
  • Scars, importance and treatment
  • Treatment intervals
  • Nutrition, vitamins and minerals
  • Reflex areas and points for nerves, musculo-skeletal structures, organs and glands involved with reproduction

In the workshop you will learn techniques from Classical Reflexology, Nordic traditions, Nerve Reflexology, trigger points, tests and exercises. With the workshop comes an extensive fully illustrated manual covering both theory and practice. The workshop will be conducted with a mixture of lecturing, demonstrations and lots of practical hands-on work. More information is available here or at touchpoint.dk.  Wed & Thurs 9 am—5 pm (14 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Reflexology
Oct 9-10  $385 ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $425 after Sept 11)

Energy Anatomy with Peter Lund Frandsen of Touchpoint (Denmark)
Modern science calls energy systems and their treatment “the missing link” in health care. Energy anatomy is an indispensable basis for all therapists, regardless of tradition and values. It is the key in naturally connecting method, conscious intent and client experience. It is the foundation for our understanding of biology, life, health and disease, and it is shifting rapidly in recent years.

This new and unique class will give you insight into how consciousness, energy and modern physics is becoming a part of modern therapies and research, and will bring you a deeper understanding of nature’s mysteries and a fresh outlook on life’s greatest questions. This one-day course is designed for all types of therapists interested in the topics of energy, biology and consciousness and is intended to offer new inspiration, opportunities and a deeper insight into how your techniques work. Peter Lund Frandsen has followed the development of energy medicine for almost 40 years and conveys this knowledge with seriousness, humor and lots of practical examples and experiments.  “The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.” – Arthur C. Clarke.  More information is available at frontierbiology.com/energy-anatomy.  Sat 9 am—5 pm (7 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)
PREREQUISITES: None
Oct 19  $235 ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $275 after Sept 18)

November

In Introduction to Reflexology you will learn the basic history of the art and science of reflexology, theories of how it works, its benefits, indications and contraindications for its use. You will learn a sequence for a one-hour reflexology session; about 80% of the class is devoted to hands-on practice. This class will be taught by Neil McNeill, Jessica Crofoot or Lisa Hensell.  Credits from these classes apply to SRMC Core/Required Classes for our reflexology certification program and meet WA State CE requirements for LMTs.  Sat & Sun 9 am—6 pm (16 credits)
PREREQUISITES:  None
Nov 16-17  $295 plus $30 supply fee

December

Nerve Reflexology Training, Level I (of II):  How to Address Local Nerves, Muscles and Organs Contributing to Chronic Lumbar and Pelvic Pain   Chronic pain in the lumbar and pelvic regions remains one of the great challenges of our time. In this workshop Griet Rondel (Belgium) will offer a unique approach to this issue, both in theory and in technique. The abdominopelvic region contains a network of nerves, muscle, and organs. When approaching pain in this area it is critical to consider the entire region as well as these individual components. Abdominal and pelvic organs utilize a sequence of muscles, primarily comprised of the psoas-quadratus-iliacus-piriformis and pelvic floor muscles, for basic support and attachment. These organs and muscles are in turn controlled by a chain of nerves that links all the structures. The goal of our work with Nerve Reflexology is to bring balance to these interconnected nerves, muscles and organs. By the end of class you will have a keen understanding of this part of the body and how to affect abdominal and pelvic nerves, muscles and organs through nerve reflexology. In this four-day Level I workshop, Griet will share her immense knowledge of the human body and its form and function, and she will pair this information with practical techniques. She will teach you how to access very fine-tuned reflexology points to maximize effects. In order to have sufficient knowledge of the nervous system, participants are invited to study the pre-course syllabus “The Human Nervous System (after enrolling in this class, participants will receive an email from MNT-NR International with a login and a password, giving access to the download page for this pre-course syllabus). An extensive handout and a copy of the Powerpoint presentation will be included in this workshop. Read a complete synopsis of the full NR Training (including goals for both 4-day courses) here. Read more about Griet and her professional work at MNT-NR International. Sat—Tues 9 am—5 pm  (28 credits with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs)

Headlines of this workshop are:

  • A good understanding of the specific approach to pain and symptoms in the Nerve Reflexology concept
  • Theoretical knowledge of the nerve, muscle and organ chain in the lumbar and pelvic cage, connected to function and mutual relations
  • Theoretical knowledge of pain physiology: local tissue damage pain
  • Practical and theoretical knowledge of nerve reflex points for the innervation of the lumbar spine; lumbar, sacral and pudendal plexus; sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation of the lumbar and pelvic musculoskeletal region
  • Practical and theoretical knowledge of the nerve reflex points for the innervation of the organs in the abdominal and pelvic cage. Sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation of the organs , including specific points for nerve plexi around organs
  • Practical knowledge on how to take a specific client history
  • A complete planning and treatment scheme for lumbar and pelvic pain states

This course is suitable for:

  • Foot reflexologists working on a professional level
  • Nurses who are interested in pain control
  • Osteopaths, Physiotherapists and Chiropractors
  • Sports massage therapists, Acupuncturists, Shiatsu therapists and others…

PREREQUISITES:  Intro to reflexology OR general bodywork knowledge/experience
December 14-17  $TBA ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $TBA + $40 after Nov 14)

January, 2020

In Introduction to Reflexology you will learn the basic history of the art and science of reflexology, theories of how it works, its benefits, indications and contraindications for its use. You will learn a sequence for a one-hour reflexology session; about 80% of the class is devoted to hands-on practice. This class will be taught by Neil McNeill, Jessica Crofoot or Lisa Hensell.  Credits from these classes apply to SRMC Core/Required Classes for our reflexology certification program and meet WA State CE requirements for LMTs.  Sat & Sun 9 am—6 pm (16 credits)
PREREQUISITES:  None
Jan 25-26  $TBA plus $30 supply fee

February, 2020

TBA

March, 2020

TBA

April, 2020

Reflexology for Babies and Children with Sue Ricks (UK)  This four day class is designed to equip you with all that you need to know to understand about baby and children reflexology and how to become (if desired) a baby reflexology instructor. This course runs over four consecutive days. An action packed course featuring full and detailed information on how to use reflexology for babies and children plus how to pass this knowledge on to parents and careers. This course covers a very wide range of subjects including how to work with young clients, managing expectations with full practical techniques and applications. There are some wonderful benefits of Reflexology for both Babies and Children. More & more people are now turning to reflexology to help their children. There is an increase usage and evidence that reflexology really works and helps children of all ages. This intensive course covers practicalities of working with babies, children, parents and their carers. It also includes baby anatomy, legal aspects of working with children, practical and theoretical considerations as well as extensive practical techniques. At the end of the course (upon successful completion of the course) you will become a Certified Baby and Child Reflexology Practitioner (CBCRP) and a Certified Baby and Child Reflexology Instructor (CPCRI).  Sue’s Reasons for this course:  “I have been fortunate enough to be treating babies & children for over 26 years & I have found it to be enormously rewarding. I’ll be sharing information about my work with all types of children & situations. This includes my work in various hospitals including neo-natal critical care units (NICU).” This class is perfect for:

  • Anyone wishes to become a baby reflexology teacher for parents
  • Anyone who wishes to know more about using Reflexology for Babies and Children
  • Reflexologists with an interest in working with Younger Clients
  • Students wishing to gain practical knowledge of working with Babies and Children

The workshop includes: –

  • A full Baby and Child Reflexology routine and techniques
  • Comprehensive information on how to treat Babies and Children
  • Understanding the best way to introduce Children to the benefits of Reflexology
  • Results of recent case studies
  • When to offer treatments and when not to
  •  Professional competency
  • How to create the best atmosphere for Babies and Children
  • Additional information regarding the health and well-being of Babies and Children
  • Student practical work
  • Energy & chakra work specifically relating to young children
  • How to teach parents how to do reflexology on their child
  • Running a baby reflexology course for parent and carers

This course used to be a two day course that valuable feedback has shown us that is ideally 4 days! These days of learning encompass a huge amount of information. Initially this course starts with what is baby and child reflexology? It covers when and how to use it, progresses through a series of steps of information, awareness, practical skills and techniques until you have a detailed and thorough knowledge of the Gentle Touch of Reflexology for Babies and Children. We go through how to work with tiny tots, babies and into working with teenagers and all the stress they can experience. We will then cover working with parents and professionals and making the most if these relationships.  Additionally we go through the meaning of certain types of illness and disease states plus emotional conditions.  Various other subjects are introduced including energy, chakras, foot reading and stress management plus life advice techniques and information. The final important section of the course is all focused on how to run a baby reflexology class for parents and how to make that an effective and valuable tool (or business opportunity) if desired.  You will be provided with notes to support this course. These notes will be available on suericks.com after the course. You will receive 2 certificates of attendance and stating you are an approved Practitioner and Instructor. For more information about this course, visit Sue’s website. Check out this video of Sue! Class credits apply with SRMC, ARCB and for WA LMTs
PREREQUISITES: Introduction to Reflexology
Date TBA  $TBA ($100 early bird deposit is non-refundable; $TBA + $40 after TBA-30days)

May, 2020

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June, 2020

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July, 2020

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August, 2020

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September, 2020

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October, 2020

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November, 2020

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December, 2020

TBA

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