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Massage Educators

The purpose of this group is to invite massage educators to network and dialogue regarding issues related to massage therapy education.

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TEXAS CE providers and online course providers

Started by Vlad Jul 26, 2012.

Websites, Blogs, and Smart Phone Aps 13 Replies

Started by Susan G. Salvo. Last reply by Kate D'Italia Jul 18, 2012.

What is your teaching philosophy? 6 Replies

Started by Hillary Kate Arrieta. Last reply by Lela Gonzales Jul 11, 2012.

Technology in the Classroom? 8 Replies

Started by Kristin Coverly. Last reply by Susan G. Salvo Apr 5, 2012.

graduation / closure activities?? 2 Replies

Started by Monique Robertson. Last reply by Melissa DeFrancesco Nov 18, 2011.

Classroom Activities/Student Focus 3 Replies

Started by Melissa DeFrancesco. Last reply by Charlene Gaffney Nov 8, 2011.

DOE discontinuing funding for AS or AAS programs 5 Replies

Started by Melissa DeFrancesco. Last reply by Melissa DeFrancesco Aug 30, 2011.

Marketing Ideas for Student Clinic 6 Replies

Started by Tamra Nelson. Last reply by Jacqueline L. Lander Aug 26, 2011.

Massage and elearning 4 Replies

Started by Dror. Last reply by Dror Aug 12, 2011.

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Comment by Vlad on April 13, 2012 at 6:16pm

Massage Educators in Texas - please list your classes here:

http://www.txmassageforum.com/ceu_city

Comment by Susan G. Salvo on April 5, 2012 at 11:18am

Sorry, the Sefton article on Research Based Massage Effect did not post correctly. Try using this link.

Comment by Melissa DeFrancesco on April 5, 2012 at 11:13am

Thanks Susan! Always looking for new resources on the history of massage. The students typically get  a little bored with that one :)

Comment by Susan G. Salvo on April 5, 2012 at 11:12am

Two GREAT teaching resources

1) Article on MASSAGE EFFECTS (based on Scientific Research) by JoEllen Sefton, PhD, ATC, CMT

http://www.wix.com/cmjenn/ss#!vstc2%3dchp

2) Video on MASSAGE HISTORY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qg-MFMGjYc8&list=UUVROW6MqPGRRog...

Comment by Robert Libbey RMT on March 18, 2012 at 7:19pm

Offerings of Perspective and Guidance in Providing Treatment: The Thorax Part 1
 http://www.lastsite.ca/blog/offerings-of-perspective-and-guidance-i...

Comment by Robert Libbey RMT on February 28, 2012 at 12:27pm

Recently I've been asked for guidance and direction from manual therapists concerning treatment of some pretty in-depth injuries they are treating.
I sat and thought about what advise I would have liked to have had when I was first starting my career 18yrs ago.
I've written "Part 1" of this series in an effort to provide some perspective into assessment and treatments of our patients.
Let me know what you think.
http://www.lastsite.ca/blog/

Comment by Sue Heldenbrand on January 7, 2012 at 9:52am

Exciting and Unique Upcoming CE classes, Lafayette, La.

Feb.11 & 12, 2012, Energetic Trauma Release and Mind, Body Self care strategies

Trauma from accidents, illness, chronic stress,  abuse and military combat is held in our bodies as cellular memories.  
Learn this unique way to energetically release these emotions and the triggers that are stored in our emotional brain.

As caregivers we need to take care of ourselves in order to be of service to anyone else. Learn stress warning signs, stress reducers, learn to assess your mind, body spirit level, meditation, energetic relaxation techniques.

Nurture your spirit and release any trapped emotions from trauma, accidents, illnesses or stress. 

 
Small classes offer an intimate environment for individual attention and lots of hands on instruction.

Please forward to anyone who may be interested...approved by La. State Board of Massage Therapists for a maximum of 12 CE hours for both classes, a maximum of 6 CE hours for 1 class.

Open to anyone who wants to relax, release and rejuvenate.


Lafayette, La. 9AM-4PM


Facilitator: Sue Heldenbrand certified Healing Touch practitioner, Reiki Master, Integrated Energy Therapy, Quantum Touch. Approved La. State Massage Provider #LAPO146.
For more information,  Contact Sue Heldenbrand 337 232-4799
Comment by Lauriann Greene, CEAS on November 29, 2011 at 4:34pm

WEBINAR: THE MYTHS & REALITIES OF INJURY PREVENTION & SELF-CARE

Join us Dec. 5 @ 8PM, EST for a live discussion on the myths versus realities of injury prevention and self-care for massage therapists. Hosted by the prestigious Ben Benjamin of The Benjamin Institute and lead by myself and co-author Richard W. Goggins, CPE, LMP.

Registration includes:

  • 40-minute webinar discussion
  • 20-minute Q & A with the authors
  • 1 CE hour credit
  • Evidence-based information to help you protect your health and prolong your career!

Reserve your spot TODAY!

Comment by Lauriann Greene, CEAS on November 29, 2011 at 4:33pm

WEBINAR: THE MYTHS & REALITIES OF INJURY PREVENTION & SELF-CARE

Join us Dec. 5 @ 8PM, EST for a live discussion on the myths versus realities of injury prevention and self-care for massage therapists. Hosted by the prestigious Ben Benjamin of The Benjamin Institute and lead by myself and co-author Richard W. Goggins, CPE, LMP.

Registration includes:

  • 40-minute webinar discussion
  • 20-minute Q & A with the authors
  • 1 CE hour credit
  • Evidence-based information to help you protect your health and prolong your career!

Reserve your spot TODAY!

Comment by Eric Brown on November 16, 2011 at 1:22pm

The presentations as part of Education Day at World Massage Conference are fantastic. Two more presentations before the end of the day. http://worldmassageconference.com/newsletter/16-novb.html

 

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