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"Thanks so much for the help. I thought it would be helpful to take the National exam to raise the bar and looked into books that would help me study (been quite a while 18 yrs) since taking an exam. Looked on line and found the Review for Therapy…"
"Hi Robin - It would be a good idea to go National if you are practicing in California. If you contact the California Board, they can help explain the details of the California rules and regulations. I've found that communicating via…"
"Looking to getting back into massage after moving again., this time to Orange County, CA. Working on getting licensed and was curious about new techniques. Last one was a cupping class and will look forward to taking more CEU's, hopefully…"
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.See More
Hi Robin - It would be a good idea to go National if you are practicing in California. If you contact the California Board, they can help explain the details of the California rules and regulations. I've found that communicating via e-mail is the best route. If you are interested in taking any online massage courses to expand your repertoire, here's something I just posted "Ariana Institute's Online CE Courses: Follow this link to see a listing of all of Ariana Institute's Online CE Courses for massage therapists and all interested parties: http://arianainstitute.litmos.com/online-courses. Register for your courses today. You can choose from over 30 online courses, including an online massage therapy instructor's course." Wishing you the very best. Thanks so much for joining the CE group. I see you already have Swedish, Deep, Hot Stone, Prenatal and Chair. You could add Facial Massage, CranioSacral Therapy, Aromatherapy, Spa Techniques, Reflexology, and other things listed on my website: http://www.arianainstitute.com. If I were hiring, I would definitely look for aromatherapy and Reflexology. If you want to work in a spa, it is always nice to have a certificate saying you are familiar with spa techniques. Another good course is Ayurvedic Massage. That is one of the fastest growing modalities in the world. It's very popular. Best wishes to you. Warmly, Ariana Vincent, Ariana Institute