Massage Therapy CEs

Last updated 4/10/2014

Pain in the Pelvis (8 CE)
Instructor: Jessie Atkinson, NCBTMB, LMT
Do your clients have pain in the pelvis that goes deeper than the gluteus maximus? Learn about commonly overlooked muscles, what they do, and how to work on them. Work on areas from the lower back to knees and learn specific draping for those areas. Please bring sheets and preferred product. Tables are provided, however you may bring your own. Please dress comfortably.

Saturday          Aug. 16      9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
(1 hour lunch on your own)
CRN 81734      Bldg. 2 – Rm. 208/209      Fee $75

Deep Tissue and Trigger Points (8 CE)
Instructor: Jessie Atkinson, NCBTMB, LMT
Review and delve further into deep tissue and trigger point modalities. Common problem areas and how to address them with little stress to yourself will be the focus. You will review muscles, trigger points with their referral areas, body mechanics and more as you uncover the art of trigger points.

Saturday          Sept. 27                                  9 a.m. – 6 p.m. (1 hour lunch on your own)
CRN 81735      Bldg. 2 – Rm. 208/209      Fee $75

Body Mechanics for Longevity (6 CE)
Instructor: Dawne Knudsen, NCBTMB, LMT
Class will include basic principles and review of proper body mechanics. The goal is to create a pain-free practitioner for longevity in the practice of massage. Be prepared to give and receive a massage.

Saturday          Oct. 11                                    9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (half hour lunch on your own)
CRN 81736      Bldg. 2 – Rm. 208/209      Fee $51

Barefoot Myofacial Release (14 CE)
Instructor: Kim Stumpf, LMT
Learn how to provide myofacial release using your feet as opposed to an instrument or hands, a technique to help prolong your career. This is the perfect complement for any sports massage. This massage allows a client to stay fully clothed and yet receive a therapeutic treatment. You will be taught the technique and how to market it as well. Students should bring a walking stick/cane, blanket, pillow and yoga mat or flat sheet.

Sat. & Sun.      Oct. 18 & Oct. 19                   9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (1 hour lunch on your own)
CRN 81737      Bldg. 2 – Rm. 208/209      Fee $120

End of Life Massage (7 CE)
Instructor: Kim Stumpf, LMT
You will learn more about how to provide compassionate touch therapy for hospice/palliative clients. This is not limited to learning how to adjust care in a variety of environments and clients. Learn how to employ techniques to help manage pain and anxiety/stress that often accompany being close to shifting out of this life.

Sunday             Nov. 2                                     9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (1 hour lunch on your own)
CRN 81738      Bldg. 2 – Rm. 208/209      Fee $60

Ethics for Massage Therapists (6 CE)
Instructor: Dawne Knudsen, NCBTMB, LMT
Learn the what, why and how of ethical principles, boundaries, communication, relationships and practice management. Transference, counter-transference and dual relationships will be discussed. These principles will be supported by practical examples.

Saturday          Nov. 8                                     9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (half hour lunch on your own)
CRN 81739      Bldg. 2 – Rm. 208/209      Fee $51