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Jennifer Shulte
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  • Las Vegas, NV
  • United States
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Essential Oils
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jennifer Shulte Apr 18, 2011.

Massage World Record Project
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jennifer Shulte Aug 19, 2010.

Teaching Research Literacy

Started Jun 1, 2010

 

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Jennifer Hartley left a comment for Jennifer Shulte
"Hello, There is still time to sign up for our Burn Scar Massage Therapy Class at Northwest Health Careers in Las Vegas this saturday. The cost of the class is $300 for 8 specialized CEU's. We will also be coming back on June 25th. hope to see…"
Apr 18, 2011
Jennifer Shulte replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"Thanks Dan. I have been researching schools. Any info on where a good program is I appreciate the feedback."
Apr 18, 2011
Bonny Donnelly left a comment for Jennifer Shulte
"Hi Jennifer,  I got your post about your brother. I now live about 2 hours  from Warm Springs and am recently from FL,  so not really able to refer you to practitioners here.  Being you do Reiki  you know  those…"
Apr 17, 2011
Jennifer Shulte commented on Kathy Laskye's group ABMP's Annual School Issues Forum
"Miss you guys already! I will see you in Austin for sure. Maybe I will see a few of you in South Carolina for the Alliance. My goal is to make it there. Keeping my fingers crossed. If I make a road trip to CO I will be stopping by to visit ya at…"
Apr 17, 2011
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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.
Apr 16, 2011
Jennifer Shulte commented on Kathy Laskye's group ABMP's Annual School Issues Forum
"Thanks everyone at ABMP for an awesome forun again. You guys get it right every year and the amazing thing is that it gets better every time too! Cant wait til next year!"
Apr 16, 2011
Daniel Cohen replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"Jennifer I highly recommend this college for aromatherapy http://www.achs.edu/. It offers what I believe is the most extensive program in the USA. The course is difficult but worth it.   Dan"
Apr 7, 2011
Jennifer Shulte joined Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, NCTMB's group
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Aromatherapy

The purpose of this group is to offer massage therapists an opportunity to connect and network to share information about aromatherapy and massage.
Apr 7, 2011
Jennifer Shulte replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"Thanks everyone for the great conversation. I have been using my own oils this week trying to get over a very painful kidney stone. This is a great conversation.   To Dan's question I was referring to specific scents triggering an…"
Apr 7, 2011
Lori Cooper replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"Dan, Thanks for replying.  I just thought I should share."
Apr 5, 2011
Daniel Cohen replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"yes, ginger can be a great relaxant and helps with aching muscles along with emotional release. Unlike clove bud, which is heat ginger is cooling. In Xiao Er Tuina ginger water is used instead of oil to encourage energy circulation and calm. It is…"
Apr 5, 2011
Lori Cooper replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"Dan  Have you ever ran across a muscle that will not release?  Often times it has an emotion attached to the stress or injury.  If you apply the proper essential oil it will release that emotion thus releasing the muscle.  I had…"
Apr 5, 2011
Daniel Cohen replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"How do you mean "Aroma" Therapy?  Aromatherapy is so often misunderstood. It is not referring to fragrance but rather the aromatic oil of the plant as opposed to herbivorous parts of the plant used in herbal medicine. Like herbal…"
Apr 4, 2011
Lisa Machala replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"I use essential oils in my massages on an as-requested or as-needed basis.  I sometimes mix a number of essential oils to get a synergistic effect during and after the massage, depending on the goals of the session and clients' needs."
Apr 4, 2011
Jennifer Shulte replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"Thanks Lori. I feel the same way. I too do muscle testing to detremine which oils a person needs. Glad to know I am not the only one. Sometimes clients are like... You want me to do what? Hold my arm out for? Thanks"
Apr 4, 2011
Lori Cooper replied to Jennifer Shulte's discussion Essential Oils
"I use essential oils along with my massage.  I muscle test which oil should be difused and then when I am doing the energy work or massage I muscle test which oil I need to go to the cellular level and emotional level to release the…"
Apr 4, 2011

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What is your website?
www.essentialoilsforeveryone.com
Which modalities do you practice?
Swedish Massage, Reflexology, Hot Stone, Reiki, Myofascial Release, Chair Massage, Therapeutic Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Acupressure, Lymph Drainage, Aromatherapy, Medical Massage, Energy Work

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At 2:07pm on April 18, 2011, Jennifer Hartley said…
Hello, There is still time to sign up for our Burn Scar Massage Therapy Class at Northwest Health Careers in Las Vegas this saturday. The cost of the class is $300 for 8 specialized CEU's. We will also be coming back on June 25th. hope to see you at one of these classes.
At 9:37am on April 17, 2011, Bonny Donnelly said…

Hi Jennifer,

 I got your post about your brother.

I now live about 2 hours  from Warm Springs and am recently from FL,  so not really able to refer you to practitioners here.  Being you do Reiki  you know  those benefits. I also have found gliding cupping helps. So does osteopathic work. There is only one osteopath here that does low velocity manipulations with muscle energy work here and I believe he is in Suwannee. He teaches at the osteo school there last I heard.

 If there's anything I can do to help your brother here in GA please let me know. Wish I had more info for you... if he is in the Atlanta area at any time I could meet him and work wiht him if he'd like that. I do energywork as well and teach Reiki.

I noticed you are a director at a massage school in Vegas?  Would you like to host a Tian Di Bamboo massage workshup there?  We offer NCBTMB approved 18 Hands-on/ live seminars that include 3 modalities. The Tian Di method includes chinese gliding cupping and gua sha. Let me know.

 You'll find the right people to work wiht yout brother-- just put it out there to Spirit and they will come!

 Namaste,

Bonny

At 8:08pm on November 11, 2009, Gloria Coppola said…
Hi Jennifer!

Would you be willing to participate in a massage survey? Thanks!

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=OhBtGlEETUWwi9h5olkCGQ_3d_3d

Please help me compile this information. I'd like more than a 1,000 if possible. Sure it is!
Your participation is MOST appreciated.
Remember you do not have to answer all the questions and Page 2 is "optional". Page two is for those employed only, NOT Self Employed!The survey company automatically includes Page 2 and I was unable to edit or delete. SO it IS OPTIONAL!
Pass it on to your colleagues too.

The intention is to publish this research to assist
Future LMT's, educators, employers and anyone else interested in the statistics of the massage industry!
I want to give you a voice to share your thoughts and experiences.

The Survey will end November 29, 2009
 
 
 

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