Sessions: Term B
This course introduces the student to many of the recognized techniques of massage therapy. The student will learn the history and basic theories of the techniques presented, as well as how to integrate portions of these techniques into their massage routines. Each class presents a different technique and includes a hands-on practical session. Examples of the techniques to be presented include: neuromuscular techniques, cranio-sacral therapy, myofascial therapy, reflexology, and myofascial release. Each class follows the same format of lecture, demonstration and student exchange (108 hours over 24 classes). *National CCRS recommendation - 4 semester hours in Massage Therapy.