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Chair Massage Module 2

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Format(s):   Home-study
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Contact Hours:   10
Registration Fee:   $159


Objectives
1. Define tsubo. 2. Recognize the tsubo point that should not be used on a pregnant client. 3. Recognize disk herniations most often occur in the lumbar region, involving the L4 or L-5 disks. 4. Recognize if tendinitis or tenosynovitis is the result of injury, local massage is contraindicated for 72 hours because of the inflammation. 5. List 6 tsubos that may be helpful to press to alleviate pain and discomfort in the client’s arm and hand. 6. Recognize a chair massage session does not end until the client is walking away from the practitioner. 7. Identify 8 contraindications for neck stretches. 8. Define bulldozing. 9. List two contraindications for techniques for the IT band. 10. Recognize if the therapist’s back heel is leaving the floor as they lean forward, then they are applying good pressure into the tissue while using proper body mechanics during a chair massage. 11. Identify 6 factors that affect the successful establishment of chair massage accounts and their maintanence. 12. Define target market. 13. Define marketing plan. 14. Define indemnity agreement. 15. Identify 3 parts of the presentation. 16. Recognize characteristics of intake forms. 17. List 10 guidelines for organizing an efficient account. 18. Recognize 9 components of the contract. 19. Define code of ethics. 20. Recognize how to handle a client who is talking during the treatment and asking personal questions. 21. Define boundaries. 22. Define feedback. 23. Recognize yin and yang are not fixed, are in constant movement, always transforming each other. 24. Identify 12 examples of yin phenomena. 25. Recognize the location of the spleen channel and where it starts. 26. Recognize the actions of the rhomboids.

Target Audience
Massage Therapists

Agenda
Chapter 4: Enhancing Treatment Sessions Chapter 5: Additional Techniques and Adaptations Chapter 6: Essentials of Business Chapter 7: Communication and Ethics Appendix A: Traditional Chinese Medicine Channel Review Appendix B: Anatomy and Kinesiology Review

Description
By Patricia Holland, MC, LMT and Sandra K. Anderson, BA, LMT, ABT, NCTMB This course utilizes text from the soft back textbook by Patricia Holland, MC, LMT and Sandra K. Anderson, BA, LMT, ABT, NCTMB “Chair Massage” ©2011. A practical, visual guide to this rapidly growing field, Chair Massage helps you develop a basic routine and adapt to different clients and situations. Expert authors Patricia M. Holland, MC, LMT, and Sandra K. Anderson, BA, LMT, NCTMB, provide coverage of massage techniques, chair adjustment, body mechanics, and applying pressure, plus specific routines for the lower back, shoulders, neck/head, and arm/hand regions -- with full-color photographs clearly demonstrating each technique. A chapter on the business aspects of seated massage helps you market and manage your practice successfully.

Dates and Locations
 
Purchase Address:   Home-study
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Dates:   01-31-2020 - 01-31-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM
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