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NJ Massage Licensing Law

Started by Bill Curry Apr 2, 2013.

The Pampered Spirit Mobile Massage & Spa is Hiring in North Jersey 2 Replies

Started by Bridget Turnbach. Last reply by Bridget Turnbach Mar 26, 2011.

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Comment by Sue Rexford on July 15, 2010 at 12:21pm
I'm expanding my practice and looking to add two therapists in my office. I am located in South Orange. If you have an interest please contact me.
Sue
Comment by Karen Reifinger on July 5, 2010 at 12:07pm
Aloha New Jersey! Lomi Kapa Lele Training - July 23-25 - Philadelphia

Massage Arts Center of Philadelphia
519 S 4th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Learn how to be a conduit for change and creative healing energy using Hawaiian Concepts and Healing Skills. You will learn how to create space to allow healing and manifestation, the free flow of expansion, and how to radiate and reflect your soul light.

Lomi Kapa Lele restores physical integrity and inner harmony with long flowing strokes of the forearms, and a holistic approach to wellness.
In this workshop you will learn the Hawaiian values and concepts of healing. When practiced with understanding, awareness and appreciation for the native culture, LomiLomi can restore physical integrity, inner harmony and support Divine alignment. Lomilomi can heal, balance and mend broken relationships between family, community, and even people.

You will learn:
Forearm Techniques For The Prone Position, Vital Body Mechanics, “Ha” Breath, Traditional Protocol To Integrate Old & New Healing Concepts, How To Facilitate A Session With Practical & Spiritual Understanding.
You will need: 1 Twin Sheet Set, Wear Loose Comfortable Clothing.

24 NCBTMB CE Hours 10am -6pm all 3 days

Cost: $450

To Register:
Massage Arts Center of Philadelphia
267-321-0200
www.massagearts.com

For information contact:
Karen Reifinger
karen@hunamua.com
www.hunamua.com
610-360-2427
Comment by Bill Curry on May 17, 2010 at 3:27pm
Thank you! I will be discussing it with my girl friend. I think she might like the idea as well. She is in Florida at the moment will be back next week.
Thanks again, Bill
Comment by Karen Reifinger on May 17, 2010 at 3:04pm
Aloha Bill,
Cost varies per location and duration of workshop.
3 Day Workshops $450
4 Day Workshops $600
Hawaii Residental Retreats $1500 - $2700

Check my web Schedule Page for more details
Comment by Bill Curry on May 17, 2010 at 2:58pm
Hi Karen - Nice advertisement, but it seems to be missing the price. I might even think about this workshop, and I can always use the CEU's. Bill
Comment by Karen Reifinger on May 17, 2010 at 1:47pm
Lomi Ka Huna Bodywork & Healing Skills w/Kumu Karen Pualalea Reifinger

Learn how to be a conduit for change and creative healing energy using Hawaiian Concepts and Healing Skills. You will learn how to create space to allow healing and manifestation, the free flow of expansion, and how to radiate and reflect your soul light. Learn various styles and lineages of Hawaiian Healing, Massage, Healing Concepts, Body Mechanics to Energize & Vitalize, and more! NCBTMB CE Hours Available

May 21-23 - Wasaga Beach, Ontario
June 5-6 - Kansas City, Missouri
July 8,15, 29, Aug. 5 - Bethlehem, PA
July 23-25 - Philadelphia, PA
Aug. Lansdale, PA
Sept.- Wilmington, VT
Oct. 14-17 - Rapid City, SD
Dec.1-9 - Honolulu Retreat
Jan. 20-30 - Big Island Retreat

Contact: Kumu Karen Reifinger
Halau Huna Mua - Philadelphia, PA
610-360-2427
karen@hunamua.com
Comment by Janelle K on April 27, 2010 at 4:24pm
Any NJ Massage Therapists want to join me in Boston May 15-16 to do massage at the Avon Breast Cancer Walk, please let me know. I am willing to take anyone up with me, even though I do have to be up there May 14. So if you are willing to go up an extra day.
Comment by Leo on April 27, 2010 at 1:22pm
Thanks Bridget, for the info. I have not joined either of them yet. I am told in school that ABMP is the best one but is there any differing opinions?
Comment by Bridget Turnbach on April 27, 2010 at 10:11am
Hi Leo, Have you joined either the AMTA or the ABMP? If so they can direct you to different resources to help with your questions. Getting involved with the "Chapters" are a good source.
Comment by Leo on April 27, 2010 at 6:28am
Greetings, I am currently a student but will be finishing in June this year. with all the legalities of massage as far as accepting perscriptions and other issuses the school I am in has not covered them in detail just in minor conversations so is there someone or a class that one can take to learn and get all this info from to help prepare a new therapist like myself to launch their business or at least work with someone that will show them the ropes. .
 

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