"If you are interested in learning more about Massage Therapy and Breast Cancer
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24 CE hours NCBTMB approved
July 17, 18, 19, 2015 8:30am-5:30pm Chicago area
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"CE class in May at St Louis, MOAssessment Based Treatment For The ShoulderBy Bert Davich, LMT and Dr Dan Rovin, DC16 Continuing Education Creditshttps://www.thehealingartscenter.com/assessment-based-treatment-for-the-shoulderMay 2nd and May 3rd…"
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"Energetic Trauma Release and Mind Body Self Care Strategies workshop, Lafayette, La. March 1 & 2nd, 2014. La LMT's get 12 approved CE hours. Open to all. Learn an energetic trauma technique for yourself, loved ones, clients. Mind Body Self…"
"Exploring chakras CE workshop, Lafayette, La. for La. LMT's. open to all interested parties. includes 2 aura photos. June 22 & 23, 2013; Energetic Trauma Release and Mind Body Self care CE workshops fall 2013
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I say that because yes, the weather is great and it's a great place to live. It's only really hot here for three months. The remaining nine months it's beautiful!
In regards to being a therapist here, let me say that our economy is still struggling. It's beginning to come back a bit, but not very much. There's a lot of therapists who are struggling here, now, and many not working who have just given up.
Not to be negative, but it's the truth. I really think if you have a great work ethic and good communication skills one can do really well here.
What would be best is if you moved here with support; I don't know your personal situation, but if you have a husband or such that can take the financial load off, that would give you time to get established. I don't see many, experienced or not, that are walking into spas and getting hired. It's a owners market right now ;)
In repsonse to what class to take for your CEU'S I became certified in PUSH Therapy last November and I love the work! It is a specialized muscle therapy technique that does rid chronic pain. I have had tremendous results with my clients and I highly recommend the work and the classes.
I have taken the Biotone Spa training and the following training with Lolita Knight: Fijian Massage (posterior, anterior, and advanced), Indian Head Massage, Greenstone Massage, and Chinese facial Massage. I have also been certified to teach the Lolita Knight techniques, but it will probably be after the first of the year before I am ready to teach a class in anything. I just wen through a small expansion at work-adding an Esthetician and Nail Tech.