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Continuing Education for Massage Therapy

Get your professional massage therapy continuing education online.

Get the approved massage therapy continuing education courses you need, and the online training you want to learn more modalities for your massage therapy career.

Be one of thousands of massage therapists who have completed these online massage therapy courses.

Choose from a plethora of NCBTMB, AMTA , USA and Canada approved online massage therapy continuing education courses.

Myofascial Release Massage Therapy Continuing Education CEUs - Pregnancy massage - Prenatal massage therapy continuing education ceus- Continuing Education for Massage Therapy - Approved

Jumozy massage therapy courses  are approved in 37 states and 5 Canadian Provinces.

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Michigan Massage Therapy Continuing Education Requirements

The Michigan Board of Massage Therapy requires 18 CE hours every three years. Two of these hours must be in professional ethics and boundaries and one hour must be in the area of pain and symptom management.

Get your Michigan approved massage CE courses online at

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Learn Laser Hair Removal Techniques with the Expert Advice of 2 Dermatologists in this Online Laser / IPL Hair Removal Course by Jumozy

In this online laser hair removal training course you'll learn how to perform common laser hair removal treatments for the face, underarms, bikini area, back, and legs, as well as the science behind this increasingly popular cosmetic option for both men and women.

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National Coalition of Estheticians Association (NCEA) Approved - Master Aesthetician, Licensed Esthetician, & Skin Care Specialist Online Continuing Education Courses 

The NCEA Certified credential is awarded to those who have met the advanced training standards equivalent to a Master Esthetician license. Attaining the National Esthetician Certification is the highest voluntary credential in the United States, raising the standards of our profession beyond entry-level licensure.

The NCEA Certified credential signifies the the expertise and training of an Esthetician.

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Get access to online massage continuing education. Watch videos, learn bodywork techniques, and meet massage CEU requirements for license renewal.

Jumozy offers a variety of professional online massage therapy CEU courses. Learn from experts in the field of massage therapy.

Watch step-by-step massage videos to get your massage CEUs in less time. 

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Get Your Certified Advanced Esthetician Approved Online Continuing Education Courses for Oregon Through The Online Esthetics Training Courses at

A certified advanced esthetician in Oregon must complete a minimum of 5 continuing education (CE) hours every certification year. This 5 hours of annual continuing education is not required until the certification holder's second (2nd) and subsequent renewals.

If you are an Oregon certified advanced esthetician you can get your required continuing education (CE) through You will be able to download your certificate of completion as soon as you complete a course. You can use this certificate as documentation supporting compliance with CE credit requirements through attestation on the certification renewal application. You must maintain this documentation for a period of 5 years following certification renewal and be provided to the Oregon Health Licensing Office upon request.

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Stay ahead of the game with our esthetician and dermatology training courses online.

Learn from the best in the industry.

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All the esthetician and dermatology training courses include award-winning videos and a certificate of completion. Anyone can take these online classes, no prerequisites are required.

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Complete your Thai massage continuing education online at Jumozy! 

Sign up for NCBTMB approved courses such as Thai Massage with Dr. Anthony James, CMT.

This 5 hour massage therapy course includes online training videos, online exams, and a certificate of completion.  

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Microdermabrasion Training

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Get your massage therapists' continuing education online. Expand your skills as a massage therapist in Nova Scotia and earn your certificates of completion with these Massage Therapists' Association of Nova Scotia (MTANS) approved online courses. 

Jumozy is a MTANS approved provider for online continuing education. All of the courses listed below are approved activities.

These courses are home study programs that have been reviewed and approved by the MTANS Continuing Education Committee. 

Each of the online classes listed below qualify toward the hours that are required to renew your Nova Scotia massage therapist license.

You can sign up and start learning today! Each course includes online training videos, an online exam, and a certificate of completion.

Click on the links below to learn more about each course, sign up, and start today!

Cellulite Massage (3 CE Hrs)

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Massage Therapy Continuing Education Requirements and License Renewal

The Michigan Board of Massage Therapy requires 18 CE hours every three years. Two of these hours must be in professional ethics and boundaries and one hour must be in the area of pain and symptom management.

In addition to your 18 CE hours, you are required to complete one-hour training on Implicit Bias as a condition for initial licensure or registration as well as license or registration renewal. Unlike the human trafficking training requirement, this is not a “one-time” training. Implicit Bias training is required every time you renew your license.

Fulfill Your CE Course Requirements with Jumozy

  • You may take 15 Elective CE hours through our home study programs.
  • The Michigan Board of Massage Therapy will accept any of Jumozy's massage courses to satisfy your 15 CE hour requirement. Jumozy is also approved by the NCBTMB as a continuing education Approved Provider.

3 Easy Steps to Get Your Continuing Education

1. Sign up for the course

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Get your esthetician continuing education online. Expand your skills as an esthetician and earn your certificates of completion with these Illinois approved online courses. Jumozy is an Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation's approved provider, license #190.000800.

Each of the online classes listed below qualify toward the 5 hours of online courses that are required biennially to renew your esthetic license.

You can sign up and start learning today!

Click on the links below to learn more about each course.

Advanced Chemical Peels: Alpha Hydroxy Peels (2 CE Hours)  

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Interested in gaining more experience as a medical professional? This 10-hour training course will teach you everything you need to know about dermal fillers through detailed video instruction and online exams. 
Learn how to inject Restylane, Radiesse, Juvederm and more... Sign up today!

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Do you want to expand your skill set as a dentist, nurse, dermatologist, or medical aesthetician?

Check out this 10-hour online dermal filler training course taught by Harvard Medical School graduate Dolores Kent, MD, FACOG! 

It's easy to sign up and there are no prerequisites necessary to start!!

Click here to get your cosmetic injector training online.

Learn how to inject Juvederm, Radiesse, and more!

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Get your Full Specialist and Facial Specialist skin care continuing education online.

Expand your skills and earn your certificate with our Florida DBPR approved online courses.

Complete your Florida cosmetology continuing education with our State of Florida DBPR Board of Cosmetology approved courses. Each of the online classes listed below satisfy the required 1 hour for any subject related to the practice of cosmetology for facial specialists and full specialists.

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Chemical Peel Training

Get comprehensive chemical peel training online at Jumozy.

Jumozy sets the standard for advanced esthetic training online.

Watch online videos, take an online exam and get your certificate of completion in one day. 

Start today. Finish today. Everything you need is online to boost your career and help you learn how to improve your chemical peel techniques.

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To perform effective myofascial release treatments for your clients, many different parts of the hands and arms can be used. You can learn the techniques to make your treatments more effective.

Here is a list of 7 parts of your body you can use as tools to perform myofascial release:

  1. Finger tips
  2. Finger pads
  3. Metacarpal- phalangeal joints
  4. Palm
  5. Pisiform
  6. Ulna
  7. Olecranon process

While there are other tools out there, your hands and arms provide you with the sensitivity required to do this work, and direct contact provides you with a lot of important information.

Myofascial Release Training Massage CE Of course, the first thing you think about with massage is the hands. Let's start with the fingers, or phalanges. They are very articulate and move readily. There are three joints in the finger. Fingers can easily manipulate tissue and perform detailed work. We can use our finger tips like chisels to address minute areas of tissue. But with the articulation lies a compromise in strength. You will want to remember safety in numbers. Combining fingers results in combined strength. You can also combine both hands, which additionally allows you to cover more area.

Now, let's talk about the finger pads. They are very sensitive and provide a lot of information. They also have a sense of grip. By very lightly engaging the fingertips, you can use them to roll, lift, and separate the tissue from neighboring muscle tissue and away from the bone.

If you take your hands and press them together, you'll notice there is a blunt area formed by the metacarpal-phalangeal joints, or knuckles. You can use those joints in two capacities. From the palmar surface, you can press and stretch right through the body. From the dorsal surface, from making a soft fist, you can push the four prominent knuckles into the body, and it's like using a rake but in reverse. As you work through the tissue, you also get more depth and the surface of the trailing fingers acts like the wake of a boat.

Massage Training - Learn Myofascial Release Massage Techniques and Get Your Massage CEs at https://www.jumozy.comWorking up into the palm, you'll notice that if you squeeze the palm together, there is a little valley and two mounds of tissue.  These mounds of tissue are called the thenar eminence, "thenar" meaning "thumb", and the hypothenar eminence, adjacent to the pinky. Right below those are the nine carpal bones, the bones forming the wrist. If you pull your hand back, you have a firm padded area, provided by the palmar eminences, with the solidity of the bone, provided by the carpals, underneath.  This padded area is useful for kneading the tissue. This palmar kneading technique is great for warming up and lifting the tissue from the body.

Now follow the hypothenar eminence to where the wrist joins the ulna. You will find a distinct bony projection. This is the pisiform. Similar to utilizing the knuckles, you can achieve a bit more depth with the pisiform.  To avoid injuring your wrist, you should refrain from using it directly. But, you can use it side to side or by rotating to delve into the tissue.

Those are the hands. Now let's move to the elbow. Just above the crease of the elbow, there's a flat surface on the ulna. If you place that area in your palm and rotate it, you'll notice you can get compression by making small movements.

On the medial side of the elbow, there's a large protuberance called the olecranon process that can be used following the same principle. The olecronon is useful for working with thick muscle tissue. Again, if you place the olecranon in your palm and rotate it, you'll get a sense of how it can be a useful tool. Also, keeping the olecranon in your palm, straighten the arm and bring it up slowly to your shoulder.  Notice how changing the angle of flexion affects the depth into the tissue. When using this joint, decreasing the angle between the arm and forearm increases the depth.

So these are your tools. To briefly review, we have the finger tips, finger pads, metacarpal phalangeal joints from the palmar as well as dorsal side, the palm, the pisiform at the wrist joint, the flat area of the ulna, and the olecranon process on the elbow. These will be the main tools for applying myofascial release techniques.

Myofascial Release Massage Training - Continuing Education CE Course  - Advanced Massage Therapy TechniquesWhen a client asks for deep tissue work or talks about chronic tension and pain, myofascial release can benefit them.

Myofascial release is a form of deep tissue massage calms the body while promoting healthy circulation and also creates change in the physical structure of the muscle and fascia.

You will need 1.5 hours to provide a full body session for your clients.

If you would like to learn Myofascial Techniques so that you can incorporate them into your massage therapy sessions you have several options:

All of these massage training resources can teach you how to address specific client complaints and demonstrate step-by-step techniques for the entire body.

Myofascial release remains the foundation of John Hoffmann's work in chiropractic offices, as well as massage spas and on-sitecorporate massage because of its effectiveness in alleviating pain and in creating healthy changes in the soft tissues of the body.

John Hoffmann, LMT is the featured expert in the Myofascial Release Techniques training video, award-winning Craniosacral Therapy Techniques training videoOnline Craniosacral Therapy CE Course and Online Myofascial Release CE course.

Hoffmann is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Massage Therapy Instructor and has been practicing in the Los Angeles area for over 15 years. His study of the body began with dance training. Developing a strong, intuitive, highly kinetic understanding of how the body works made the transition from dancer to body worker a natural, logical progression. He completed his massage therapy studies at the Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing in California and is now the featured expert in online training videos and online massage CE courses.

If you would like to learn more massage techniques, Aesthetic VideoSource has an abundance of massage DVDs and online massage training videos. for your massage therapy education.

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Are you a massage therapist? Need CE credits? Discover e-learning at Jumozy.

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Esthetician Continuing Education

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Full Body Stone Massage CE - 7 CE Hours - Jumozy online course
Massage Therapist Continuing Education 

  • Get easy-to-follow massage therapy continuing education courses online.
  • Watch excellent training videos. 
  • Take online exams. 
  • Save time. Get your CEs and your certificate the same day you sign up for a course.
  • Get your continuing education online at Jumozy! 

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Have a look at the most popular massage therapist courses. 

All courses on this page:

  • Are approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB)
  • Meet the CE requirements for American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) Professional Active membership. AMTA members can complete all 48 continuing education (CE) credits online on the Jumozy website.

All courses on this page are approved for massage therapist continuing education in Canada by the:

  • College of Massage Therapists of Newfoundland and Labrador (CMTNL)
  • Massage Therapists Association of Nova Scotia (MTANS)
  • College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO)
  • Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS)

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