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Esthetician Courses:
Advanced Chemical Peels: Alpha Hydroxy Peels (2 CE hours)
Advanced Chemical Peels: Beta Hydroxy Peels (2 CE hours)
Advanced Chemical Peels: Microdermabrasion Peels (2 CE hours)
Advanced Chemical Peels: Medical Grade Peels (2 CE hours)
Anti-Aging Treatments for Combination Skin (2 CE hours)
Anti-Aging Treatments for Dry Skin (2 CE hours)
Anti-Aging Treatments for Oily Skin (2 CE hours)
Dry Room Treatments: Body Scrubs Part 1 (3 CE hours)
Dry Room Treatments: Body Scrubs Part 2 (3 CE hours)
European Facials Part 1 (3 CE hours)
European Facials Part 2 (3 CE hours)
European Facials Part 3 (2 CE hours)
Facial Equipment Techniques (5 CE hours)
Facial Techniques for Treating Acne (3 CE hours)
Lymphatic Massage for the Face & Neck for Estheticians (3 CE hours)
Men's Facial Techniques (4 CE hours)
Microdermabrasion: Crystal-Free Techniques (5 CE hours)
Online Laser Hair Removal Training Course (10 CE hours)
Paraffin Treatments Face and Décolleté (3 CE hours)
Paraffin Treatments Hands, Feet and Back (3 CE hours)
Wet Body Treatments: Vichy Shower (3 CE hours)

Massage Therapy Courses:
Cellulite Massage (3 CE hours)
Comprehensive Reflexology: The Foot (7.5 CE hours)
Comprehensive Reflexology: The Hand (7.5 CE hours)
Craniosacral Therapy (5 CE hours)
Deep Tissue Massage: Extremities (4 CE hours)
Deep Tissue Massage: Pelvic Girdle (2.5 CE hours)
Deep Tissue Massage: Shoulder Girdle (3 CE hours)
Lymphatic Massage for the Face & Neck (2.5 CE hours)
Full Body Chair Massage (5.5 CE hours)
Full Body Stone Massage (3 CE hours)
Full Body Stone Massage (7 CE hours)
Lymphatic Massage for the Body (4.5 CE hours)
Lymphatic Massage for the Body (9.5 CE hours)
Myofascial Release (4 CE hours)
Nurturing Pregnancy Massage (5 CE hours)
Reflexology for Allergies & Asthma (2 CE hours)
Reflexology for Anemia, Cardiovascular Disease, High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol & Poor Blood Circulation (2 CE hours)
Reflexology for Headaches and Migraines (2 CE hours)
Reflexology for Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) & Menopause (2 CE hours)
Reflexology for Stomach Upset, Constipation & Diarrhea (2 CE hours)
Reflexology for Stress, Anxiety & Depression (2 CE hours)
Reflexology for Urinary Tract Infection, Kidney Stones, Kidney Failure & Incontinence (1.5 CE hours)
Reiki Healing Techniques (5 CE hours)
Thai Acupressure Massage Feet Hands and Face for the Mat (3.5 CE hours)
Thai Acupressure Massage Feet Hands and Face for the Table (3.5 CE hours)
The Ultimate Thai Massage Mat Techniques (5 CE hours)
The Ultimate Thai Massage Table Techniques (4.5 CE hours)
The Ultimate Face, Scalp, Neck & Shoulder Massage (2.5 CE hours)

             

Press Release ~ Facial Techniques for Treating Acne CE Course

JUMOZY PRESENTS “FACIAL TECHNIQUES FOR TREATING ACNE CE COURSE”


Facial Techniques for Treating AcneJumozy is proud to offer Facial Techniques for Treating Acne CE course, with video on the diagnosis and treatments of different acne types, with expert Aesthetician, Rita Page.  From general cleansing to individual extractions, Page demonstrates the proper aesthetic treatment of facial acne through a complete facial, using a combination of an 8-in-1 facial equipment machine and traditional methods.

“This is our job,” says Page, “This is what we enjoy doing…When we select the proper equipment, it will enhance our treatment.”

Page begins this esthetic training video with a client consultation (including questions about daily facial cleansing) and a skin analysis using a:
•    Magnifying lamp
•    Wood’s lamp
•    Skin scope

She then illustrates the proper use of a:
•    Steamer (with and without ozone)
•    Galvanic current
•    High frequency current
•    Rotary brush
•    Vacuum
•    Lucas spray
•    CO2 spray

In conjunction with:
•    Deep pore cleansing
•    Exfoliation (with gommage)
•    Desincrustation
•    Suctioning with glass ventouses
•    Extractions
•    Corrective cream
•    Treatment mask

Throughout the entire Facial Techniques for Treating Acne continuing education course, Rita’s vast aesthetic knowledge and experience shine through as she offers valuable information on each procedure she performs so you can learn acne treatment techniques. She then concludes with a post-treatment consultation. Throughout this esthetics course, Rita gives precautions and tips associated with the demonstrated procedures.
Rita has trained with the best of the best. As is obvious in her facial videos, she is passionate about skin care and is all about results. This course includes 100 minutes of training videos where Rita shares her secrets and knowledge of advanced acne treatments. The course concludes with a multiple choice online exam.

After completion of this continuing education course, you will be able to:
•    Complete a skin consultation questionnaire
•    Complete a skin diagnosis using a magnifying lamp
•    Inspect the client’s skin for imperfections using a Wood’s lamp
•    Use a skin scope during skin diagnosis
•    Complete the exfoliation process using a deep pore cleanser and gommage under steam
•    Explain the reason for desincrustation
•    Demonstrate how to do a desincrustation procedure
•    Demonstrate how to use a galvanic machine
•    Explain the purpose of suctioning/vacuuming
•    Demonstrate how to do a suctioning/vacuuming procedure
•    Illustrate how to do extractions with an extractor, lancet and fingers wrapped in cotton
•    Set up the machine for the Lucas spray
•    Apply the Lucas spray properly to the client’s skin
•    Explain the purpose of using indirect high frequency
•    Demonstrate how to do an indirect high frequency procedure
•    Apply and remove mask
•    Apply CO2 spray and protective cream
•    Review the steps in a post client consultation
•    Define 31 terms relevant to facial equipment techniques
•    Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 75% or higher

Rita PageRita Page is a Licensed Aesthetician/Skin Care Specialist and Cosmetologist with over 27 years’ experience and a long list of credentials. She has been awarded the top honor of International CIDESCO Diplomat, the most prestigious aesthetic credential in the world. She holds a Bachelor degree in Textiles and Chemistry from the University of Arizona. She is also a graduate of the Linda Seidel Institute for Corrective Makeup in Baltimore, Maryland; Christine Valmy, Inc. of New York City; the Dr. Vodder School – North American in Victoria, B.C., and the Cosmetology School of Vancouver, B.C. She perfected her makeup skills at the M.G. Westmore Academy of Cosmetic Arts in California, which is considered to be the most advanced cosmetic training in the country. She has been a beauty therapist and educator at both the world-class Golden Door Spa and Cal-a-Vie Health Spa. Page founded the Paramedical Clinic, where physicians referred patients for treatment to alleviate the effects of postsurgical conditions, deformities, and burns. She also founded ProLight Aesthetics and the Page Advanced Skin Care Center, which offers a full range of aesthetic and laser procedures. She has just released a new skin care line for sensitive skin at Primera Labs.

Jumozy specializes in providing various continuing education courses including esthetician training and massage therapy training through online content, award-winning videos, tests, quizzes, and various other downloadable materials. This Facial Equipment Techniques CE Course has been approved by the National Coalition of Estheticians, Manufacturers/Distributors & Associations (NCEA) Commission on Accreditation (COA), which was founded in 2000 in order to administer continuing education requirements for skin care specialists in order to assist with their recertification and/or re-licensure. They have defined certain standards in the skin care industry, and the National NCEA Certification Program launched in 2007 awards the NCEA Certified credential to skin care professionals who meet the new standards. This is the highest skin care credential in the US. All NCEA certified CEs are required to be maintained by certified professionals.

Jumozy is part of Salon Channel, Inc., which was founded in 1994, and offers continuing education and training for Estheticians and massage therapists online. The company aims to help busy professionals get easy access to Continuing Education courses approved by the Commission on Accreditation (COA) and National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) for accreditation and conducted by certified professionals and instructors to further the knowledge and expertise of estheticians and massage therapists. This is done through tests and quizzes and online training videos with up-close and detailed demonstrations of various techniques, all of which is available at the Jumozy website. An additional division of Salon Channel is Aesthetic VideoSource, producers of award-winning videos with a library of 90+ videos. The DVD is available at www.videoshelf.com and is ideal for those who do not need additional CE training hours and would still like to benefit from the training video. As a Jumozy spokesperson said, “Continuing education is crucial for all, at every professional level in order to further our career. It is not just about gaining hours but actually about expanding our knowledge and enriching our customers’ experience.”

Contact Info –Facial Techniques for Treating Acne CE Course (3 CE Hrs) can be ordered for $35.99, by visiting www.jumozy.com or calling 1-801-280-9084.

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Pull Up a Chair: Jumozy Presents Online “Full Body Chair Massage” Continuing Education Course

Full Body Chair Massage CE Course

Relax and pull up a chair. In Jumozy’s Full Body Chair Massage online course (5.5 CE Hrs.), learn from expert massage therapist, Meade Steadman, the in’s and out’s of full body chair massage: techniques, equipment, and how to generate business.

This comprehensive NCBTMB-approved course includes visual, step-by-step video demonstrations of seated massage techniques and how to provide a full body massage as well as address specific complaints: headaches, kinked necks, aching shoulders and back, and carpal tunnel. Steadman also touches on different chairs, tools and setup, dealing with business attire, history, benefits and contraindications, tips for getting started, traveling light, marketing, building your professional practice, and other professional concerns. This course covers everything a massage therapist needs to know to make a living doing chair massage. It’s Chair Massage 101.

The popularity of chair massage has grown over the years. Once called the “Executive Mini Massage,” chair massage is now found in malls, on scenic overlooks, conventions, tradeshows…wherever people gather. According to the American Massage Therapy Association, chair massage is one of the top five modalities being offered.

Portability is one of its attractions for therapists, allowing practitioners to reach people beyond the spa or simply to avoid fixed overhead costs. Steadman also notes that “You can incorporate whatever modality you’re comfortable with: Swedish, Touch for Health, Shiatsu…”

The course is broken down into small, manageable units, with quizzes to test and reinforce knowledge. Video footage pulled from the award-winning The Complete Guide to Full Body Chair Massage (produced by Aesthetic VideoSource) breaks up text with discussions and demonstrations of the procedure. At the end of the course, upon satisfactory assessment scores, students can immediately print out a certificate of achievement.

Student feedback has been positive, speaking to the quality of information, presentation, organization, and overall user friendliness:

“Overall I think the instructor had great knowledge and passion for the subject and I enjoyed it very much.” Anne H.

Meade Steadman is a licensed massage therapist and instructor for the Myotherapy College of Utah and the Myotherapy Institute of Massage. He is also the featured expert in many award-winning instructional videos on various massage modalities. He has been a guest lecturer at the University of Utah, and has published in A Massage Therapist’s Guide to Pathology (4th Edition) and Massage and Bodywork Magazine.

Jumozy, a division of Salon Channel, Inc., provides online continuing education and training for massage therapists. Jumozy is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider. Provider # is 452024-12.

Contact Info – The Full Body Chair Massage course(5.5 CE Hrs.) can be accessed online at www.jumozy.com. A customer service representative is available at 1-801-280-9084.

Jumozy is proud to announce that these courses are approved for continuing education by the following states and provinces: Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB), Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan, College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and VA Board of Nursing.

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Jumozy Presents New Online Lymphatic Massage Continuing Education Course (9.5 Hours of Approved Massage CE Training)

Lymphatic Massage BodyJumozy has announced the release of a new comprehensive online course Lymphatic Massage for the Body (9.5 CE Hrs). Expert massage therapist and instructor, Meade Steadman, demonstrates step by step how to provide lymphatic drainage massage therapy. In step-by-step video demonstrations, Steadman shows the strokes used in lymphatic massage and demonstrates a routine for providing manual lymphatic drainage to promote lymphatic flow. This approved continuing education course also includes benefits and contraindications, an overview of the lymphatic system, getting started, lymphedema, post-treatment recommendations, and how to incorporate lymphatic massage in other modalities.

The course is broken down into small, manageable units, with quizzes to test and reinforce knowledge. At the end of the course, upon satisfactory assessment scores (75% or better), students can immediately download and print a certificate of achievement and attach it to their resume.

Customer Reviews:

 “I found the course to be very well presented.  I actually enjoyed the entire course, found it easy to navigate, found the instructor to be personable, engaging and knowledgeable and found the course, as a whole, to be informative.  I thought the video presentations were very well done and the filming of the instructor as he presented the demonstrations to be non-invasive.  I was able to see each maneuver and stroke he performed.  I look forward to putting in practice what I have learned.” John B.

I liked the holistic focus of the course.  I appreciated being able to read about and then see instruction on rhythm, flow, direction.  This reinforced the learning’s.  I also liked that both sides were demonstrated on the body for additional viewings of the techniques.” Kandace H.

I really enjoyed the course.  I would want to practice a bit more but I feel comfortable performing Lymphatic Massage based on the information provided. It was thorough and articulate and the quizzes were specific enough that you really need to take good notes to score well.  I think it is the perfect level for someone like me; a licensed massage therapist that already has foundational knowledge, practices, and terminology.  This simply builds up that base.  Olivia H.

"As a bodywork therapist I found this course enhanced my knowledge of the lymphatic system and it seemed pretty thorough." Rekha B.

Course Objective:

After completion of this massage continuing education course, students will be able to:

  •     Describe the general purpose of the lymphatic system
  •     Recount the history of lymphatic massage
  •     List four benefits of lymphatic massage
  •     List at least fourteen conditions helped by lymphatic massage
  •     List eight contraindications for lymphatic massage
  •     List six precautions for lymphatic massage
  •     Discuss the three main components of the lymphatic system
  •     Discuss the five main purposes of the lymphatic system
  •     List at least seven lymph organs
  •     Describe the purpose of bone marrow, thymus, spleen, lymph nodes, tonsils, GALT, and MALT in the lymphatic system
  •     Identify the two types of lymphocytes
  •     Define lymph
  •     Discuss the types and purpose of lymph vessels
  •     Identify six major groupings of nodes
  •     Describe the lymphatic flow
  •     Identify the six lymph trunks
  •     Describe the two lymph ducts
  •     Define lymphedema
  •     Describe the two basic types of lymphedema
  •     Define lymphostatic and lymphodynamic lymphedema
  •     List the three stages of lymphedema
  •     Explain the underlying physiology of lymphedema
  •     List the four main treatment techniques
  •     Describe at least four fall-back treatments
  •     Prepare for the arrival of a client
  •     Discuss the purpose of a health questionnaire
  •     Educate a client about the lymphatic system
  •     Prepare a client for lymphatic massage
  •     Setup a professional yet serene therapy room
  •     Begin a session
  •     Anticipate possible outcomes during a session
  •     End a session
  •     Define a healing crisis
  •     Define lymphatic drainage massage
  •     Explain how drainage massage assists the lymphatic system
  •     Discuss pressure, direction, rhythm, and sequence
  •     Demonstrate the two main strokes used in lymphatic drainage massage
  •     Describe four other techniques
  •     Perform lymphatic massage on the anterior side of the body
  •     Perform lymphatic massage on the posterior side of the body
  •     Understand the general procedure for lymphatic drainage of obstructive edema
  •     Explain how lymphatic massage can complement cellulite massage
  •     Explain how lymphatic massage can complement deep tissue massage
  •     Explain how lymphatic massage can complement sports massage
  •     Explain how lymphatic massage can complement facials
  •     List nine post-treatment recommendations
  •     Explain why each recommendation helps reduce the body’s toxic burden
  •     Define 62 terms relevant to lymphatic massage for the body

Meade Steadman is a licensed massage therapist and instructor for the Myotherapy College of Utah and the Myotherapy Institute of Massage. He is also the featured expert in many award-winning instructional videos on various massage modalities. He has been a guest lecturer at the University of Utah, and has published in A Massage Therapist’s Guide to Pathology (4th Edition) and Massage and Bodywork Magazine.

Jumozy is proud to announce that this course is approved for continuing education by the following states, provinces, and associations: Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA),  National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB), Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan, College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, Massage Therapists' Association of Nova Scotia and Virginia Board of Nursing. 

Jumozy, a division of Salon Channel, Inc., provides online continuing education and training for massage therapists. Jumozy is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider. Provider # is 452024-12.

CE Course Contact Info:  The Lymphatic Massage for the Body (9.5 CE Hrs.) continuing education course can be accessed online at https://www.jumozy.com/course-catalog/lymphatic-drainage/lymphatic-massage-for-the-body-9-5-ce-hrs-m79e1c.html

Please call 801-280-9084 or email ce @ jumozy.com  if you have any questions.

Meade Steadman is the expert in the photographs below which were taken during the video demonstration portion of the Lymphatic Massage course. All photographs are copyright Aesthetic VideoSource.

     

DVD Contact Info: If you would like to purchase a DVD instead of or in addition to the Lymphatic Massage for the Body continuing education course, the Lymphatic Drainage Massage Therapy: Body step-by-step training DVD (2 Hrs. 21 Mins.) is available from Aesthetic VideoSource at http://bit.ly/Lymphatic_Massage_Training_DVD. You can also get the Lymphatic Drainage Massage DVD on Amazon.

 

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KEEP THE FLOW GOING:
JUMOZY PRESENTS ONLINE “LYMPHATIC MASSAGE” CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES

Lymphatic massage, used in both the beauty and medical fields, is one of the few modalities that has been extensively researched. It is a primary tool used to manage lymphedema, as well as to maintain good health by increasing blood and lymph circulation.  Since lymphatic massage uses such gentle techniques, it can also be safely incorporated in many treatments, including facials and cellulite reduction.

In Jumozy’s comprehensive online courses Lymphatic Massage for the Body (4.5 CE Hrs) and Lymphatic Massage for the Face & Neck (2.5 CE Hrs), expert massage therapist and instructor, Meade Steadman, demonstrates step by step how to provide lymphatic drainage massage therapy. In step-by-step video demonstrations, Steadman shows the strokes used in lymphatic massage and demonstrates a routine for providing manual lymphatic drainage to promote lymphatic flow. This approved continuing education course also includes benefits and contraindications, an overview of the lymphatic system, getting started, lymphedema, post-treatment recommendations, and how to incorporate lymphatic massage in other modalities.

The lymphatic system is a crucial player in the body’s ability to ward off disease and heal from injury. According to some estimates, up to 70% of chronic illnesses, including cancer, result in part from lymphatic congestion. The lymphatic system works in conjunction with the circulatory system. However, unlike the circulatory system, the lymphatic system has no central pump. Its movement is dependent on muscular contraction, breathing, movement, and manual manipulation, such as massage. Lymphatic massage, also called “manual lymphatic drainage” or “lymph drainage massage”, can increase lymph flow by as much as 20%. By using a sequence of strokes and a light pressure, massage stimulates the contraction of smooth muscles in lymph vessels.

The course is broken down into small, manageable units, with quizzes to test and reinforce knowledge. At the end of the course, upon satisfactory assessment scores, students can immediately download a certificate of achievement and attach it to their resume.

Student feedback has been positive, speaking to the quality of information, presentation, organization, and overall user friendliness:

…I found the course very informative and well outlined.  I thought all of the information given was useful and the images were easy to learn from. The tests assessed knowledge of the course fairly, while still including some details that required you to pay attention during the units.”  Keith C.

I thought this course was amazing and impressive in presentation and the information provided. You have created an awesome class and resource…” Nicole W.

Meade Steadman is a licensed massage therapist and instructor for the Myotherapy College of Utah and the Myotherapy Institute of Massage. He is also the featured expert in many award-winning instructional videos on various massage modalities. He has been a guest lecturer at the University of Utah, and has published in A Massage Therapist’s Guide to Pathology (4th Edition) and Massage and Bodywork Magazine.

Jumozy is proud to announce that these courses are approved for continuing education by AL, AZ, CT, DC, DE, FL, GA, IA, IL, KY, MD, MO, MT, NC, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY,  PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, VA, WA, WV, National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB), Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan, College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and VA Board of Nursing.

Jumozy, a division of Salon Channel, Inc., provides online continuing education and training for massage therapists. Jumozy is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider. Provider # is 452024-12.

Contact Info – The Lymphatic Massage for the Body (4.5 CE Hrs.) and Lymphatic Massage for the Face & Neck (2.5 CE Hrs.) continuing education courses can be accessed online:

https://www.jumozy.com/course-catalog/lymphatic-massage-for-the-body-4-5-ce-hrs-m79c.html 

https://www.jumozy.com/course-catalog/lymphatic-massage-for-the-face-neck-2-5-ce-hrs-m80c.html

Please call 801-280-9084 or email ce @ jumozy.com  if you have any questions.

Meade Steadman is the expert in the photographs below which were taken during the video demonstration portion of the Lymphatic Massage courses.

     

     

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