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Benefits of Onsite Massage

1 CE Hour - E307W

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Description

Massage Professionals Update

Earn credits through articles you've already read in our Massage Professionals Update e-newsletter.

Learn how to expand your practice through onsite massage. Combining four articles written especially for the Institute's Massage Professionals Update E-newsletter, this brief program will provide insights into:

  • Attracting new clientele and increasing profitability with chair massage.
  • Including onsite massage at colleges as part of your business.
  • How incorporating massage at the workplace can decrease stress and depression, increasing productivity.
  • Avoiding injuries when performing onsite massage.

In the Benefits of Onsite Massage program we've combined four articles written especially for the Institute's Massage Professionals Update. These four articles include:

  • 8 Ways to Grow Your Massage Practice with Chair Massage - Here's how chair massage can help you grow your massage practice, help more people, increase profitability, and attract and build new clientele.
  • Scholarly Chair Massage Opportunity - Find out the many reasons for a massage therapist to consider those striving for a collegiate degree to be their potential clientele.
  • Bringing Massage Therapy Into the Workplace - In order to change the alarming statistics on stress and depression in the workplace, employers with foresight will be seeking solutions. Capable of easing stress and depression, the demand for bodyworkers who perform chair massage is likely to skyrocket.
  • 10 Tips for Avoiding Injury With Onsite Massage - Portable massage tables have been around since 1910 - though back then portable did not necessarily mean light in weight - and massage chairs were invented in 1986. But doing onsite massage therapy on a regular basis is still relatively new and, in order to avoid injury, requires an increased awareness to one's surroundings.

You can either read the articles by clicking on any of the titles above or upon enrollment you'll be able to access these articles and your online test through your online course account.

Featured Reviews

I really enjoyed this one! I thought I could get them with just my knowledge of doing chair massages..and I am glad I studied first!! Very interesting!!Thank you all for making it so easy to do my CEU's.

- Maria R. Vaca, LMT

I appreciate the References for the articles. The information was valuable to me and my practice.

- Karen Loden, LMT

I enjoyed every course I took. The information presented was clear and backed up by research further proving the many reasons why massage is beneficial for optimal health. Very professional format and easy to use website.

- Jane OMalley, LMT

This course provided me with many resources for increasing my practice!

- Rhonda Heyns, LMT

All information was presented in a clear, concise manner, easily understandable.

- Susan DeSanzo, LMT

Very good thanks!

- Douglas Emil Dewitt, LMT

Another Fantastic Course!!

- Jennifer Naro, LMT

Excellent refresher course with some new insight for me

- Cynthia Widick, LMT

I really liked this one! Lots of insightful information

- Kristy Jones, LMT

I appreciate the information in this course and look forward to applying it.

- Carrie Stringer

This was very helpful information for me to help gain more customers. Thank you.

- A. VanEpps, LMT, NCTMB

Best exam in the world, amazing experience. I really love it

- M. Shinouda, LMT

Materials

Massage Professionals Update
  • 4 MPU Original Articles - 11 pages
  • Online multiple-choice test
  • Certificate upon completion

Display Certificates suitable for framing are available for $10 in addition to the certificate included with your tuition. Click here to order a Display Certificate.

Approvals

The Institute is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider. Approved Provider 049478-00.

Credits also accepted by the AMTA, ABMP and NAHA.

For information regarding your specific state massage license requirements and approvals, visit our Massage Therapy Continuing Education Requirements page by clicking here.

Instructors

Nicole Cutler, L.Ac., MTCM

Nicole Cutler, L.Ac., MTCM

Nicole Cutler is a long time advocate of integrating perspectives on health. With a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience from the University of Rochester and a Masters Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Five Branches Institute, Nicole has been a licensed acupuncturist since 2000. She has earned acupuncture licenses in the states of California and New York, is a certified specialist with the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association, has earned diplomat status with the National Commission of Chinese and Oriental Medicine in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology and is a member of the Society for Integrative Oncology. In addition to her acupuncture practice that focuses on stress and pain relief, digestion, immunity and oncology, Nicole contributes to the integration of healthcare by writing articles and courses such as Infectious Disease: Hepatitis for health care providers.

Linda Fehrs, LMT

Linda Fehrs, LMT

Linda Fehrs attended both the Swedish Institute of Massage Therapy and Hudson Valley School of Massage Therapy in New York – a state with some of the most rigorous licensing requirements in the U.S. – and also served as an instructor at the Hudson Valley School of Massage.

She is a professional member of the AMTA and the New York State Society of Medical Massage Therapists. Linda has actively practiced massage therapy in the Mid-Hudson Valley since 2002 with a focus on medical massage and massage for those with special needs, such as developmental and physical disabilities.

Ms. Fehrs has authored such courses as Build Your Massage Practice, Cancer & Massage, Women & Massage as well as Marketing Massage and the Economy.

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