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Continuing Education for Massage Therapists

Here's a wonderful opportunity to communicate about continuing education. This group was formed by Ariana Vincent, CEO of the Ariana Institute. www.arianainstitute.com. Everyone is welcome to participate and post information related to massage continuing education.

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Medical Massage Therapy

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NCBTMB Approved Courses in Georgia

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Ariana Institute Continuing Education Courses

Started by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB on Monday.

MTI Online Continuing Education Course

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The Ariana Institute's Advanced Massage Techniques Manual

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2015 World Massage Festival Blog Publicity

Started by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB Jul 22.

AFMTE Award - MASSAGE Magazine

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Comment by Irmgard Rodgers on July 21, 2015 at 9:06am

Would you like to learn Indian Head Massage (Indian Champissage) and Kansa Vatki Ayurvedic Foot Massage? I will be teaching these two amazing modalities in Canton, CT, August 14 - 17, 2015.  Please see www.indianchampissage.us for details.

Comment by Eeris Kallil CMT on June 6, 2015 at 2:11pm

If you are interested in learning more about Massage Therapy and Breast Cancer

Click here for details

24 CE hours NCBTMB approved

July 17, 18, 19, 2015  8:30am-5:30pm  Chicago area

Knowledge is the key to providing safe and wholesome massage

Comment by leslie stager on April 12, 2015 at 10:03pm

MOTHERTOUCH Pregnancy, Postpartum Perinatal Bodywork Education  & Resources.  

Learn comprehensive pregnancy, birth, postnatal bodywork skills with a holistic and reverent bent. Next course sequence of classes, leading to a 60-Hour Maternity Massage Certification is in the next two weekends!

Oregon School of Massage, PORTLAND
 April 17-19 PREGNANCY MASSAGE ESSENTIALS.  
April 20: ADVANCED PREGNANCY MASSAGE TECHNIQUES.
April 25: BODYWORK FOR THE NEW MOTHER.  
April 26: MASSAGE & ACUPRESSURE FOR BIRTH.

Waterville, MAINE:
June 26-29,   32-HR PRENATAL BODYWORK CERTIFICATION

Gainseville, FLORIDA
November 13-16,   32-HR PRENATAL BODYWORK CERTIFICATION

Touch for Birth provides educational resources for Massage Therapists, Childbirth Educators, Midwives and Doulas to enhance their skills as Touch Companions.

Comment by Steve Gordon on February 4, 2015 at 6:24am

I'm new to this forum, and I hope this reaches a broad audience of ABMP members. I wanted to post information about a workshop coming up in April. It's a 14-CEU workshop in Hanover, NH, called “Cancer, Trauma, Presence, Touch,” scheduled for Friday-Sunday, April 10-12. It will take place at The Center for Integrative Health in Hanover, NH (hometown of Dartmouth College).

I will be leading the workshop with Erica Zinter, a psychotherapist who specializes in treating people with trauma histories.

This program will be a wide-ranging exploration of the nature of trauma, including emerging neuroscience regarding trauma and relationship; of how cancer and other life-threatening illness can be seen from the perspective of trauma; of the nature and practice of compassionate presence; and of the ways in which touch can make presence even more powerful. The program includes a three-hour segment on ethics that satisfies half of the ethics requirement for board certification by the National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. (We are NCBTMB approved providers.)

I am Steve Gordon, a massage therapist at the Center for Integrative Health in Hanover and founder and executive director of The Hand to Heart Project, a nonprofit that has been providing free in-home massage since 2007 to people with advanced cancer. Erica Zinter is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and co-director of the Center for Integrative Health. She specializes in treating complex trauma and has a particular interest in the role of creativity in healing and recovery.

The workshop will run Friday evening, all day Saturday, and Sunday morning. The cost is $280. For more information or to sign up, please contact me at gordons.cornish@gmail.com or (603) 477-4700.

Comment by Irmgard Rodgers on February 3, 2015 at 9:52am
San Francisco area massage therapists: see www.indianchampissage.us for information about upcoming classes in San Bruno (March and September). Both classes teach very relaxing, stress-relieving techniques. Check payment conditions for early payment discount info.
Comment by Eeris Kallil CMT on January 27, 2015 at 11:57pm

Are you seeing breast cancer survivors in your clinic and not sure what is indicated or contraindicated? Are you looking for ways to bring more movement into your bodywork without taxing your body? Would you like to learn or refresh your Shiatsu meridians and learn how to incorporate meridian work into your sessions? I am excited to announce that these unique courses are guaranteed to enrich your practice; 

MASSAGE  THERAPY
and BREAST CANCER (MTaBC)


Boulder: June 5,6,7 2015
Chicago: July 17,18,19 2015

Continuing Education hours: 24 

Tuition:
$450. 00 Early bird
$480.00 Full Tuition

Information and registration 
 

World Massage Festival:
Michigan City, Indiana: July 14th 2015

3 CE-hours intro course 
Information and registration: 
World Massage Festival

CORE ALIGNMENT TECHNIQUE (CAT)

Boulder, CO: March 14-15, 2015
CE Hours: 16

Tuition: 
$290 Early bird
$320 full tuition 

Information and registration


World Massage Festival; Michigan City, Indiana: July 13th-14th
CE hours: 12 

Information and Registration: 
World Massage Festival 

Enrich your prone/supine massage with non pressure side position, and Enhance your repertoire of neck techniques. Core Alignment Technique (CAT) is a unique passive movement style of bodywork inspired by a Feldenkrais exercise, Shiatsu/Thai stretches and Energy Work. It is an effective hands-on technique that does not tax your joints. This technique uses slow, repetitive, range-of-motion type movement and stretches.

SHIATSU REVIEW
and INTRO TO INTU-ATSU

Boulder, CO: May 9th, 2015 
CE Hours: 8
$150 Early bird
$160 full tuition

Bring Shiatsu into your bodywork!

Learn/ review meridian location and functions and learn the Masunaga abdominal diagnostic areas.
Intro to Intu-Atsu will teach you how to incorporate the Chinese medicine wisdom and meridian work  into your massage session to bring balance, harmonious flow and integration of the client’s physical, emotional and spiritual focuses.

Contact me here or for check my website www.bodyworkwisdom.com

Comment by Rachel Sheard, LMT, NCTMB, CIPI on January 15, 2015 at 3:05pm

Chances are, you know a massage therapist who has suffered from an injury that has kept them from working, if you haven't experienced an injury yet yourself. It's a scary thing to think about, since we love our careers and our clients so much. Most LMTs are also independent contractors, therefore unable to make a Workers' Compensation claim if/when an injury does occur, so the safety and protection of our hands truly lies in our OWN hands.

Please join me as I teach a 6-CEU workshop in historic Oregon City, Oregon (the end of the Oregon Trail!) based on the 2nd Edition Save Your Hands! book written by Lauriann Greene & Rick Goggins. Learn a multitude of ways to protect your most valuable assets--your hands and body! Space is limited, so please sign up to save your spot and get your book soon. If you aren't able to join us in the next few months, you may want to purchase the book now and begin to read through it, then sign up for a workshop at a later date.

Visit www.rslmt.com/SaveYourHandsCEWorkshops.html for more information and workshop dates. You can register through the website, or directly at www.ricochetbodysolutions.eventbrite.com

Time: 9am-4pm, including a break for lunch

Location: 707 Madison Street, Oregon City, 97045--Subject to change based on number of participants.

CEUs: 6 NCBTMB Approved CEUs

Cost: $150--includes a copy of the 2nd edition Save Your Hands! book (required for the workshop, please read through prior to hands-on workshop) and cost of workshop.

Proven methods exist to lower the incidence of work-related injury. Many of them involve making simple but important changes to your activities, both at work and elsewhere; others will take more thought and practice to apply. But taking the necessary steps to prevent injury is much easier and less disruptive to your career than dealing with an injury once it has occurred. Ideally, all students should learn effective injury prevention and ergonomics techniques during their training, to prepare them for the challenges of their future careers.

Space is limited--sign up now to guarantee your spot!

Visit www.rslmt.com/SaveYourHandsCEWorkshops.html for more information and workshop dates. You can register through the website, or directly at www.ricochetbodysolutions.eventbrite.com

Comment by Tina Allen on December 31, 2014 at 1:43am

Why Pediatric Massage?  Just listen to little Otis give you an idea "How Kids Benefit from Massage"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou09xKtUqn8

Want to impact the lives of Children?  Become trained and certified in infant and pediatric massage therapies in 2015.  The Liddle Kidz Foundation 2015 CE courses have been listed online at www.LiddleKidz.com

Make a difference in the future today!


Comment by TOM MASBAUM on December 28, 2014 at 9:16pm

We offer CE's to massage therapists who would like to learn EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique).  We have classes coming up in Willowbrook, IL and Milwaukee, WI.

Visit www.eft-tom.com for our schedule and for more information on our classes.

Comment by Rachel Sheard, LMT, NCTMB, CIPI on October 28, 2014 at 10:56am

LMTs! I'm in the market to teach you all about protecting your bodies from the strenuous work YOU do while taking care of your clients' needs. Many LMTs are self-employed or independent contractors, so there's no PTO or Worker's Comp "safety net" to fall into should you become injured. That leaves you to choose between working through the pain, or NOT working and taking an income loss. Ouch or...ouch! Learn how to prevent injuries in my CE class Sunday, November 23 instead! 

Because I want the dry-spell since teaching my last class to be over, I'm even offering the required 2nd edition Save Your Hands! book free--a $39.95 savings--for the workshop on Sunday, November 23--yahoo!! Check out www.rslmt.com/SaveYourHandsCEWorkshops.html or call 503-318-9626 for more information and to register.

 

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