If you're considering a career as a bodywork professional in spa or resort massage therapy, you should be aware that this area of massage practice is different than therapeutic or supportive massage. There are challenges involved, but there are also diverse opportunities available.Spas at hotels and resorts often schedule massages hourly. They are able to maximize each therapist’s productivity and increase their productivity this way. While the hours may seem very production oriented, the type of massage and the mix of massage techniques are often left to the individual massage therapist. Scheduling massages on the hour helps to maximize profitability for ...
An opportunity to improve your career and yourself is a great argument if you need one to help you make the decision to gain some continued education. The U. S. population is getting older and facing an increased incidence in medical conditions that can benefit from specialized massage therapy and therapeutic bodywork. Getting that training can put you in the enviable position of being the massage professional who has all the requisite skills to work with the aging population and still take care of your other clients.Benefits of taking continued education include:Expanding your therapy offeringsGetting more clientsServing clients betterMaking more moneyIncreasing ...
One of the largest and fast growing opportunities for massage therapists today is to work in the spa or resort business. Different opportunities are available in club spas, day or hair salon spas, medical spas, hotels, cruise ships, and resorts.
Natural healing, relaxation, restoration and working with injuries are the span that a massage therapist can work when at a spa or resort. The foundation is therapeutic and the focus is the healing perspective along with comfort and relaxation of CenterPoint’s Spa and Resort Workshop.
Spa techniques that include wraps, clay application, hydrotherapy, heated stone massage, and much more will ...
CenterPoint provides flexibility by providing full and part time nationally certified programs and courses tailored to your interests.
CenterPoint’s unique vision of therapeutic bodywork education unites Asian styles with Western massage therapy. CenterPoint preserves and integrates these diverse therapies. We believe that combining knowledge and skill from massage therapy and Japanese shiatsu provides the foundation for a truly therapeutic and holistic approach.
We’ll work to meet your vision that might be to:
Work in a therapeutic or medical setting,
Work for yourself in private practice,
Help people improve their health,
Travel on cruise ships, work in luxury resorts
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You are invited to attend the...
CenterPoint Massage and Shiatsu School's
Open House Meet & Greet!
Monday, July 11, 2011
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Have you always wanted to learn more about therapeutic massage and shiatsu therapy education opportunities? Are you looking for a career that will transform your life and the lives of those you touch? Are you looking for a massage and body work therapy program that fits your needs, goals and schedule? If you, please join us for our:
Admissions Open House Meet & Greet
Monday, July 11th, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The Spa Industry is Growing...It’s the 4th Largest Leisure Industry
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Spa & Resort Techniques I: 3 Weekends: Sept 17-18, Oct 15-16, and Nov 12-13
Spa & Resort Techniques 2: 3 Weekends: May 21/22, June-18/19, July 16/17
The future is tomorrow; plan where you are going and how you are going to get there. Plan now for tomorrow by expanding your employment opportunities through continuing your education in the Spa area. Spas have always been about health and wellness. But now Spas are the fourth largest leisure industry, with revenues of 12.3 billion in 2009, ...
Today, the spa industry is booming, with careers available in a wide range of settings. Spas are now the largest employers of massage students in the U.S. Students who wish to make the most out of their massage therapy education should consider learning about spa techniques.
Spa & Resort Techniques I & II at CenterPoint offers includes a broad range of spa treatments, including aromatherapy and essential oils, heated stone massage, body wraps, salt and sugar glows and scrubs, foot reflexology and paraffin dips, hot and cold hydrotherapy applications, and more.
Take a look at our Continuing Education Calendar to see ...
In addition to its diploma programs, CenterPoint offers a variety of A La Carte courses. Take a look at the menu:
Course #3204 Craniosacral Techniques
(2 credit hours/45 clock hours)
Craniosacral therapy is a gentle, non-invasive, hands-on method for correcting problems in the Craniosacral system. Describe here what this system does……In this technique, the massage therapist assesses and releases restrictions in the craniosacral and fascial systems, which exist throughout the body.
Course #3205 Lymph Drainage Massage
(2 credit hours/45 clock hours)
Lymph drainage massage is a technique that uses light-touch massage strokes to move fluid out of the body’s tissues ...
Our founders, Cari Johnson Pelava, and Jackson Petersburg will appear on the KARE 11 Today Show on Wednesday, March 2nd at 11:00 AM with a personal invitation for you to attend our Open House on Sunday, March 6th from 1 - 4 PM!
The Open House is to celebrate 25 years of teaching massage and shiatsu and 10 years as CenterPoint. It's also to show off our new location at 5300 West 35th Street, St. Louis Park, MN!
Featured at the Open House will be FREE Chair Massage and Shiatsu as well as demonstrations of Thai Massage, Craniosacral, Spa Services, ...