Learn Myofascial Release Techniques - Get 4 Massage CEs - Online Training
Myofascial Release Massage Continuing Education Course Online 4 CEs
Are you a massage therapist? Need CE credits? Discover e-learning at Jumozy Continuing Education.
You can learn Myofascial Release techniques and provide more pain relief for your clients.
Take our class to get your massage CEUs. This Myofascial Release Continuing Education Course is approved for continuing education by the New Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy, New York, Florida, Georgia, Washington DC, National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB), College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) and Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS).
Sign up today to enroll in the course. You can take as long as you like to finish the class. Work at your own pace and have fun learning something new.
All course material, including video clips and assessments are online. After completing the course with a 75% or better grade, you will be able to download your certificate of achievement immediately and attach it to your resume.
Follow these three easy steps to take the course. Step 1: go to http://www.jumozy.com/register to register. Step 2: add the course to your shopping cart. Step 3: take the course.
Learn how to address chronic tension and pain with myofascial release techniques. In Jumozy's new online Myofascial Release course (4 CE Hrs.), certified massage therapist, John Hoffmann, demonstrates the strokes and a complete routine for providing myofascial release on the body from head to feet, posterior and anterior.
Myofascial release is a type of bodywork which employs a steady, constant physical pressure, working through restricted areas in the soft tissues of the body. Known for its effectiveness in alleviating pain and in creating healthy changes in the muscular and connective tissues of the body, this massage has become the foundation for many therapists' work.
Fascia refers to a type of connective tissue that encompasses the entire body, while encasing each individual structure in the body. So every bone, every muscle, every organ, every vein, every artery has a layer of fascia that runs around it. By its very nature, fascia provides a key supportive structure for all the body's systems. Through its continual and multi-directional network of fibers, the fascia maintains the structural integrity through motion. Through the development of disease or injury, the fascia can become restrictive and a source of tension, exerting pressure, causing pain, and limiting mobility. So, myofascial release can help smooth out the fiber, allowing
the body to move and function properly. This deep tissue massage, while promoting relaxation, creates change in the physical structure of the muscle and fascia.
"When a client asks for deep tissue work or talks about chronic tension and pain, myofascial release can benefit them," says Hoffmann.
This approved course incorporates video footage of step-by-step demonstrations with close-ups so students can easily see the techniques used. Hoffmann also discusses benefits and contraindications, history, types of myofascial release, tools, draping, and how to address specific complaints.
The course is broken down into small, manageable units, with quizzes to test and reinforce knowledge. Video footage 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. Resources are included for licensing and further information.
Student feedback has been positive, regarding the quality of information, presentation, organization, and overall user friendliness:
"I thought the course material was outstanding and teaching a method of massage that most therapists don't have a full grasp on. I thought the videos contained great information and demonstrations. . . .Overall I thought the course is a great resource for therapists." Benjamin T.
"I was very satisfied with this course; it was fun and educational. . ." Scott C.
John Hoffmann is a certified massage therapist and massage therapy instructor, practicing in the Los Angeles area for over 15 years. He completed his massage therapy studies at the Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing in California. He is also the featured expert in the Myofascial Release Techniques and award-winning Craniosacral Therapy Techniques instructional videos produced by Aesthetic VideoSource.
Jumozy, a division of Salon Channel, Inc., provides online continuing education and training for massage therapists.
To Sign Up! -- The Myofascial Release course (4 CE Hrs.) can be accessed online at http://www.jumozy.com/course-catalog/massage/myofascial-release-4-ce-hrs-m86c.html
For a full list of offerings, visit http://www.jumozy.com/course-catalog
Course titles include "Cellulite Massage," "Lymphatic Massage," "Craniosacral Therapy," "Myofascial Release," "Full Body Stone Massage," "Full Body Chair Massage," "Comprehensive Reflexology," and a variety of shorter reflexology courses addressing specific health complaints. The selection allows therapists to choose courses that most interest them and benefit their careers. Instructors are educators and working professionals themselves who bring passion to their topic.
Please call us at 801-280-9084 or email us at ce (at) Jumozy (dot) com, if you have any questions.