Chair Massage is one of the best ways to promote your table practice.
with Cindy Anderson, LMT
Saturday & Sunday, May 7-8, 2016
14 CE hours
(You will not be registered until payment received – $100 non-refundable deposit by phone or pay in full online with paypal)
**10% discount for TLC students/faculty/alumni**
Chair Massage is, from both a therapeutic and marketing standpoint, an essential modality for every massage therapist. In this chair massage class, you will learn a compact, well-choreographed style of bodywork from one of the finest chair massage instructors in the U.S., Cindy Anderson. Cindy studied chair massage in 1991 directly with Iris Lee, one of the two original instructors certified by David Palmer, the founder of chair massage.
The unique routine you will learn is Cindy’s evolution of the original chair massage protocol. It utilizes friction and melting techniques on acupressure points and key muscles accessible through seated massage. It is drawn from “Amma” traditional Japanese massage. This routine is also tremendously beneficial for you as a therapist as it ensures your own physical health by paying unusually close attention to proper body mechanics.
Upon completion, you will be able to give a thorough rejuvenating Chair Massage protocol including neck, back, shoulders, arms and hands. This training is fun and will add tremendously to your marketing and your practical skills.
Items to bring/wear for this workshop include:
- Supplies for note taking optional
- Loose, comfortable clothing
Cindy Anderson, LMT, MTI has been an enthusiastic student and practitioner of massage therapy since 1989. She has been a massage therapy teacher since 1991. Cindy instructs in Lauterstein-Conway’s 500-hour program and is also a core advanced instructor in their Advanced Clinical-Integrative Training. She practices Swedish massage, chair massage, shiatsu, Thai yoga massage, pregnancy massage, lomi lomi, hot stone, deep massage, sports massage, and other advanced therapies. Her passion for giving, receiving, learning, and teaching bodywork has also led her to study reflexology, Tragerwork, Jin shin jitsu, watsu, waterdance, and ashiatsu.