Therapeutic Massage

Total classroom hours: 161

Description: The massage therapy school portion of our program includes techniques in Swedish Massage, Myofascial Release, deep tissue massage, sports massage, chair massage, and pregnancy massage. Gliding, kneading, friction, percussion, vibration, and deep tissue massage techniques are employed to help relax and/or tonify the musculature and to increase the blood and lymphatic flow throughout the body. This increased flow helps bring nutrition to the cells, while removing waste and toxins which have accumulated in the stressed or injured parts, prompting deep relaxation on the physical, mental, and emotional levels.

Students will give and receive massages to their fellow students and will be evaluated by the instructors on professional conduct, ethics, body mechanics, and massage techniques. Upon passing the final evaluation students will be afforded the opportunity to give massages and spa type treatments in our massage clinic.

Massage Therapy has proven to help:

  • fibromyalgia
  • back pain
  • neck pain
  • restless leg
  • plantar fasciitis
  • chronic fatigue
  • improve sleep
  • post traumatic stress
  • relieve constipation
  • relieve colic
  • stimulate digestion
  • reduce anxiety
  • depression
  • cancer
  • with so much more!!

Listen: Don Cornwell discusses “teaching touch” and “palpation”—

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Listen: Robert Stevens explains therapeutic massage—

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