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Continuing Education for Massage Therapists

Here's a wonderful opportunity to communicate about continuing education.

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6 Hour CE Courses!

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Become a Massage Therapy Instructor Today!

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Comment by Jennifer Hartley on April 2, 2014 at 5:58pm

Burn Scar Massage Therapy CEU Course at Northwest Career College on Smoke Ranch Rd in Las Vegas Nevada on April 26th from 8am-6pm. This is a nationally approved CEU course. This is a small class and is limited to 12 therapists. Call 702-254-7255 to reserve your spot

Comment by Karina Braun on March 26, 2014 at 12:21am

Reiki I and Sound Healing class is coming up! April 14 & 15. Enroll to get your Early Bird Savings!

Comment by Boris Prilutsky on March 22, 2014 at 1:06pm

Below is the link to information on my upcoming seminar . Topic :”Utilization of silicone jars for fascia releases”

I hope to see you at my workshop.


Best wishes.


Comment by Mary Ellen Derwis-Balaz on March 21, 2014 at 5:24am

Self Care for the practitioner: Cleveland/Westlake Ohio

  • Aromatherapy: anointing oils
  • Aromatherapy: Summer suggestions for heart/small intestine
  • Aromatherapy: Moods
  • UHT Basics: Inner Smile Meditation
  • UHT Basics: Microcosmic Orbit
  • UHT Basics: Cosmic Healing Sounds

All of the above classes are offered at Unity Church in Westlake and are available to you as CE's go Here: and check it out!

Comment by Mary Ellen Derwis-Balaz on March 21, 2014 at 5:19am

Chi Nei Tsang abdominal detox intro in several cities this spring and summer. Check this out:

  • Atlanta GA
  • State College PA
  • Maryland
  • Greenville SC
  • Cayce Reilly School of Massage Virginia Beach

This is an opportunity to broaden your perspective on bodywork. With concentration on the abdomen, breath and lung/large intestine meridians. Join us... This modality IS the missing link!

Comment by Shirley Knapp on March 20, 2014 at 9:00am

Rejuvenate yourself this Spring with my NCBTMB CE Home-Study Course "Healing the Healer". Also CE approved by NC Board of Cosmetic Arts!  Self-Paced and open to everyone, 3 CE Hrs.

Comment by TOM MASBAUM on March 17, 2014 at 2:33pm

Hi Everyone,

We offer classes in the Chicago area.  The classes are on EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), Intuition, A.K. (Muscle Testing or Applied Kinesiology) and Stress Management.  See our website, for a complete schedule.

Thank You. Keep Smiling.

Tom Masbaum

Comment by Walt Fritz, PT on February 20, 2014 at 2:37pm
I wanted to let you know of an upcoming class I will be teaching at Cortiva Boston. Foundations in Myofascial Release Seminars are a more science-based approach to this effective modality. There is a very high degree of one-on-one instruction in a small group setting.

You can save $100 off of the normal registration fee if you register by next Tuesday, 2/26. Full details are at the website:

Please email me at with any questions.
We will also be in:
Northern, NJ
Nashville, TN
York, PA
Newington, CT
Seattle, WA
Tampa, FL

Walt Fritz, PT
Comment by Rachel Sheard, LMT, NCTMB, CIPI on February 13, 2014 at 7:27pm

SAVE YOUR HANDS! Injury Prevention 6 CEU Hands-On Workshop

Learn through other LMTs' eyes as they spot your body mechanics during plenty of hands-on time. When you take this workshop, you will learn how to modify techniques and daily activities to continue doing what you love without injuring your body. Suitable for all levels of experience and employment status.
6CEU workshop based on the 2nd Edition Save Your Hands! book. Located in historic Oregon City, Oregon--come visit the End of the Oregon Trail! LOTS of dates to choose from this year! Click link below for list of dates and to register.

Myself, with Save Your Hands! authors Lauriann Greene and Rick Goggins

Comment by Dawn Lewis on February 8, 2014 at 8:07am

        Last night I woke up as 4 a.m., as I do most nights.  I was on my right side and my hand was asleep.  In my half conscious state I evaluated my hand.  I felt that it was the thumb, index finger, middle finger, and half of the ring finger that were numb.  My brain told me that these were carpal tunnel symptoms and meant an impingement on the median nerve.  Still mostly asleep, I evaluated my wrist.  My wrist was straight.  I pulled my shoulder down out of my ear.  The numbness began to subside immediately.  My elbow was in full flexion.  I relaxed the position and brought my forearm toward extension a couple of inches.  The numbness went away completely and I went back to sleep.  The median nerve can be impinged upon in numerous areas, including the carpal tunnel, the forearm, the elbow, and the medial upper arm.  If you would like to know how to treat carpal tunnel, please join me for a webinar on "Treating Carpal Tunnel".  Hit the Tools For Touch link on our website -


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