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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

Please call 801-280-9084 or email ce @  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 You can also get the Lymphatic Drainage Massage DVD on Amazon.




... The videos were outstanding.

~ Sarah S.

I really enjoyed this course, and feel like I learned a lot.

~ Rebecca H.

... I found the course very informative and well outlined.

~ Keith C.