"REHABILATATIVE MASSAGE TECHNIQUES"
16 Hours of CEU's
In this course the student will learn physical assessment techniques, the body's response to injury, how tissues heal and massage therapies role in the healing process. Students will learn a variety of remedial massage techniques to treat common soft tissue dysfunctions. Muscle energy techniques, positional release, structural integration and other neuromuscular techniques will be utilized to treat regional and specific conditions.
"STRUCTURAL RELEASE" - 8 Hours of CEU's
for each of the 11 courses
Each course teaches the theory and techniques for structural integration of the body. The intent
of the treatments is to balance the body into alignment with its environment, freeing the energy flow which will enhance the body's physiological and psychological function.
During each course the student will learn the anatomical structure and the hands-on releases for the area taught as well as performing and receiving a 2 hour session for each area.
The 11 separate courses include; The Chest, Hips, Lower Legs & Feet, Shoulders, Low Back, Quadriceps & Adductors, Abdominals & Psoas, Hamstrings, Buttocks, Spine & Arms and
Head, Neck and Face.
"REHABILITATIVE SPORTS MASSAGE"
16 Hours of CEU's
The objective of this course is to teach how to recognize, assess and treat common soft tissue injuries including; plantar fascitis, achilles tendinitis, shin splints, piriformis syndrome, rotator cuff strains and pelvic imbalances.
The student will learn the soft tissue healing process, the different severities and classifications of soft tissue strains and sprains and how everyone can suffer from the same type of soft tissue and overuse injuries sustained by athletes.
"EVENT SPORTS MASSAGE" - 8 to 32 Hours of CEU's
The course teaches the background, techniques and application of working with athletes to help them prepare for and recover from their event compitition.
The objective is to teach the benefits, effects and goals of event sports massage, the effects of fatigue in muscle fibers, relieving muscle cramps, problem areas for specific sports and the proper application of pre-event, inter-event and post-event massage for specific types of athletes.