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Bodyworkers: Register Now for Spring Continuing Education Courses!

06 Mar 2017

Here at our Minneapolis massage and shiatsu therapy school, our continuing education courses are very popular, and many fill up fast. So if you’re a massage or shiatsu therapist and you need to get some CE credits in, check out what’s available this spring and register now so you don’t miss out. Also, most have a registration deadline to avoid a late fee, so check the dates.  

Here’s our current selection of spring courses specifically for bodywork professionals. (There are others open to the public as well). Please note that some of our March CE classes may have openings, so if you’d like to get a course in earlier, check the course calendar for specifics:

April & May 2017 Continuing Education Courses

  • Advanced Lomi Lomi (April 7-9), 24 CE hours:  If you’ve taken our basic Lomi Lomi class (an ancient Hawaiian massage technique), here’s your chance to expand your skills with self-care, client care, and creation for safe spaces for those you serve. Instructor permission is needed for those who are not CenterPoint Lomi Lomi grads.
  • Essential Oil Therapies for Bodyworkers (April 9), 6 CE hours: Essential oils are a natural fit for bodywork professionals, and with proper training, they can be incorporated into your massage or shiatsu therapy practice.  Learn hands-on about the top 5 oils you can and should be using, as well as ways to safely and economically use them. Note: Course does not cover aromatherapy; it is assumed you have a working knowledge of this practice. Current CenterPoint students may also register for this class.
  • Ethics and Research in the Digital Age (April 23), 6 CE hours: This class has been designed just for NCBTMB requirements, and you can fulfill both ethics and research CE credits in one class. You’ll learn about the top social media platforms you can use in your business, keeping your digital communication within ethical boundaries, where and how to find research information, and how to use it in your own practice.
  • Health Restorative Bodywork Therapy (15 weekly sessions, begins May 3rd), 45 CE hours: This TCM-based class was recently added to our student programs as an elective, and if you’re a current bodywork student at CenterPoint or elsewhere, you may register for this CE session as well. Most people have issues with exhaustion and health depletion, and many deal with Chronic Exhaustion and Depletion (CED). This course has been to help bodyworkers in all modalities assess clients’ needs and design a custom integrated, holistic plan using nutrition, craniotherapy, and other therapies. It’s also terrific for self-assessment and self-care.
  • Septum Work – Postural Assessment & Myofascial Techniques (May 6 & 7), 14 CE hours: A septum is an empty space between tissues in the body, and it serves a vital function. But septums can become dehydrated and restricted by tension. This course will allow you to assess a client’s needs via posture and give you basic myofascial skills to help ease restrictions. The class is open to current bodywork students as well as professionals.  
  • Birth Doula and Bodywork Therapy (3 weekends, beginning May 20th): If you are a professional bodyworker interested in delivering care to pregnant women, you may want to consider adding doula training to your skills.  What is a doula? Birth doulas function in cultures the world over, providing physical and emotional support and information for pregnant women as well as postpartum support. The class has been designed to meet international standards and is open to grads as well as current bodywork program students.

For more detailed information on each class, click on the course title.  We’re looking forward to seeing you at one of these upcoming continuing education sessions!

 

 

 

 

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