CEU - Seated Massage
This is the 2nd Edition of the Seated Massage
Technique video. It is used by some schools for continuing education (14 CEUs).
The course includes a video, manual, and test. This is like having a private
tutorial in seated massage work from Raymond Blaylock! The skills presented are
applicable to all massage chairs. The video presents a complete system for the
head, neck, arms and back, innovative systems for stress relief, positive
positioning of client in chair, and the use of aromatherapy with the system. In
addition, you will learn proper body mechanics so that you can do 20-30 seated
massages a day without hurting yourself!
The video has 2 parts. The first takes you through the system step by step,
giving you the correct body position for you as a therapist, then showing you
hand position and hand movement for each step. The models are wearing a bodysuit
with the muscles and bones painted on them making it easy to follow and locate
the appropriate anatomical location of each step. After you have gone through
the system step by step, most think ?There is no way I can do all of this in 15
minutes!? So, the second part is a practice session that will take you through
the system in just 12 minutes!
Marketed as a technique video, there is so much more information than just
technique! Marketing tips, language to use with the seated approach to bodywork,
how to get maximum results with minimum effort to mention some of the
material contained in this top-selling video. Additionally, the video contains a
study guide and muscle schematic to help with retention of the material.
As stated succinctly and directly at the beginning of the video, the Please note:
copyright protection of this video prevents its sale to colleges or people who
work at colleges.
Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and
Arkansas do no accept any home study courses for license renewal purposes. Iowa,
Nebraska, North Carolina, and Washington limit the number of home study hours
that will be accepted. If you have any questions regarding your state's
requirements for certification and continuing education please contact your
state board for verification.