Immerse yourself in the world of essential oils. Hands-on learning and practice, assessment and blending, in this ideal environment in which to study the art and science of aromatherapy. A 50 hour in-class course.
Continuing Education for Massage Therapists
CE classes offered by local and national instructors
Heal Center Wellness
A collective of talented wellness professionals
Myofascial Release and Breathwork to Heal the Upper Body
Sept, 20-21, 2019. 16 CE
This in-depth class focuses on the cervical spine, shoulders, thoracic spine, and costal cage which are greatly impacted by this lifestyle. Building a firm foundation of anatomy and kinesiology of the upper back, we will apply skills to decrease pain, improve functional mobility, and prevent injury.
Aromatherapy Foundations Course
Aromatherapy Foundations is a 48 hour (in-class) course designed to guide you from novice or enthusiast to being proficient and confident in the key elements of this increasingly popular natural therapy. Through this course, students develop a firm foundation in the understand of therapeutic use of essential oils, for the benefit of body, mind, and spirit.
Restorative Muscle Techniques - Upper Body
Nov. 4 & 11, 2019. 12 CE (hands-on)
by Ann Pauley, LMT
Become more efficient in your client outcomes and massage practice using quick and easy to use muscle balancing techniques.
Restorative Muscle Techniques was developed to create a deeper understanding of physical imbalances in the body and how to provide uncomplicated corrections.
Throughout this two day training, you will learn and understand how to gently and simply restore muscle balance, whether working with dormant tissues, not firing properly or overly reactive, responding in excess, bringing the body into greater balance.
You will learn:
- New method to assess the physical body.
- Palpations skills used to determine imbalances in muscles.
- Three techniques to activate muscles, providing balance and harmony.
- How to incorporate this modality seamlessly into your current practice.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage
September 27-29, 2019. 21CE
In this course you will learn about the lymphatic system and its relationship to detoxification and chronic health conditions. During this three day training, you will learn full body manual lymph drainage and how to integrate this powerful and gentle therapy into your practice with ease.
Reflexology Foundations Course
A comprehensive 42-hour course on the BodySystems Method of Reflexology.
Begins October 1, 2019
by Roz Zollinger
The body has a unique ability to heal and restore itself. Reflexology encourages balance, homeostasis, with a holistic approach taking in to consideration the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of each person.
The BodySystems Method™ is a unique and well-established approach to providing reflexology. This method enables you to be aware at all times the anatomy and physiology you are working, how that system supports and interacts with the other areas of the body and how best to provide support, healing and relaxation. We focus no only on the physical concerns, but also the mind-body-emotional components at hand.
Evening Class begins: October 1st, 2019
The Aspiration to Prevent Hip, Knee and Shoulder Replacements
October 19-20, 2019. 16CE
By Dale Alexander Ph.D. MA, BSEd, L.M.T
In this course you will learn
- The “Sacs & Tubes Theory of Stress”
- The hip and shoulder have an innate evolutionary pre-disposition for subluxation
- To help the knee, one must begin with the hip
- The viscera must be mobilized to help the hips... the kinetic chain begins “inside”
- That there is a fascial linkage between the shoulders, hips, and knees
- That subcortical reflexes often exist beneath the surface of joint degenerations
- That attention to these relationships resolves many chronic low back conditions
- That infections & pathologies may lurk in the background of joint degeneration
- An assessment protocol for early detection of hip, knee, & shoulder degeneration
- How to counsel clients toward medical options
What an amazing contribution we might make as professionals if we could reduce the frequencies of joint replacements even by a small percentage. Moreover, imagine the human suffering we might ease to assist patients and clients to improve their function as well as to reduce their pain.