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Full Body Chair Massage (5.5 CE Hrs) M10C
In this continuing education (CE) course on full body chair massage, Meade Steadman, LMT and professional educator, will guide you from theory to practical application. In addition to written text, video excerpts are included for visual, step-by-step demonstrations of seated massage techniques and how to provide a full body massage as well as address specific complaints. Also included are: history, benefits and contraindications, tips for getting started, marketing, and other professional concerns. Resources are included for licensing and further information.
This course is worth 5.5 CE hours
Meade Steadman, LMT, is an instructor for the Myotherapy College of Utah.
After completion of this CE course, you will be able to:
- Define chair massage
- Discuss the evolution of chair massage
- List four benefits of offering chair massage
- Describe the three types of massage chair “systems”
- Describe the five components of a professional massage chair
- List six additional types of supplies for offering chair massage
- Describe the different types of face rest/cradle covers
- List four sanitation supplies
- List two items that can improve ambiance
- Discuss the benefits of a timer and credit card processor
- Describe how to provide cryotherapy or thermal therapy
- Discuss licensing, certification, insurance, and on-site permission
- List thirteen general benefits of massage
- List four benefits of massage for employees
- List four benefits to employers
- List four benefits to event attendees
- List four benefits to event organizers
- Acquaint a client with the massage chair
- List three key points for getting started
- Demonstrate body stance
- Discuss techniques and concerns for working on clothed clients
- Perform a full-body chair massage
- List the four classifications of headaches
- Describe what carpal tunnel syndrome is
- Identify the major muscles associated with common complaints
- Perform massage techniques to alleviate headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, and carpal tunnel pain
- Market your services
- Determine how much to charge for your services
- Determine whom to target your marketing
- Define 39 terms relevant to full body chair massage
- Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 75% or higher
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