Helping Hands
Candice Coleman LMT @ Sunset Hills Massage Center

Massage Therapist CEU's

 A career in massage therapy, is rewarding. It also requires a large array of additional skills. One passionate knowledge is high for the field, clientele and full schedules can easily be attained. Since 2002 Candice Coleman has had a deep passion for the power of inform touch. Massage and have a huge impact on one’s personal well-being. Learning how to convey this is essential to regular clientele and income. Safe and effective body mechanics is essential for career longevity.

 

NCMTMB Approved Courses

$25 dollar discount to all enrollments made 14 days prior to class date.

Large group rates available.

October 5th, 2018 9am-1pm

Educating the client equals client retention

3 Hours $225

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October 26th, 2018 9am - 12pm

 Safe Body Mechanics equals career longevity

4 Hours $250

Both classes are to be held at Sunset Hills Community Center 63127

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Candice Coleman LMT

314-305-6922

Email: Helpinghands888@massagetherapy.com

 

Course descriptions:

Educating the client equals client retention

Client retention is about helping clients feel better. Helping clients to view massage therapy as an investment. Client must understand that regular massage is preventive care for their minds, bodies and spirit. Clients must understand what massage therapy does, and why and how it helps. Once the client understands that by buying a massage their helping every single organ system function better they willing investing massage therapy. Client must understand what massage therapy does, and how it helps. As a massage therapist it is our responsibility to teach them this. Most people are open to the idea of investing in their body if they understand how and why that is. They do it for their cars. Massage feels way better than an oil change for a vehicle.

When we give them the information in an educational and non-pressured way, with practice they will rebook, and create regular income for us. This class will teach and supply information and techniques to create regular clientele. Whether you are a massage therapist interested in more income consistently or helping others consistently. Client education is the key. Instructor is wanting to share these tools so we all can help our clients become blessed by the powerful and very beneficial wellness tool, Massage therapy. Candice Coleman has been max per week in this industry for over 10 years.  She is now passionate about sharing this information.

Safe Body Mechanics equals career longevity

During a massage therapist career, there is usually a point where we use our bodies improperly, and it shows up as a tension and/or pain pattern. This is a big deal in our field. We use our body the entire time we work.

This course will teach you ways to ensure you are using your body properly. If you want a long career using your body as we do 10-25 sessions per week. It requires using the body in a mindful, educated, and focused way. We will learn how to move around that massage table in a way that it creates career longevity. 

Our body is our most precious item we own. A healthy massage therapy career requires great body mechanics. Instructor Candice Coleman is passionate about helping massage therapist feel well, and be well, while helping their clients do the same with massage therapy.

Student will learn:

  • Why how we use our body is important. What happens when we don’t use it properly. Common pain pattern and solutions for them.
  • What makes therapist not become injured. What are great body mechanic techniques. Instructor will use her experience as a ballet dancer to teach and demonstrate how to move around a table safely. It is all about proper spine and extremity alignment.
  • Students will leave learning how to move in an aligned way around a massage table.
  • What height to have their table at to ensure the pressure on large clients without pain.
  • The science of leverage
  • How to troubleshoot pain patterns. Looking at what they’re doing at their table that is causing it.
  • How to use a stool with proper body mechanics
  • Specific techniques to protect hands, arms, thumbs, and neck from injury