Continuing Education

If you are actively enrolled at CIMT, these courses count towards your 60 elective credit hours needed to complete your program.

You may sign up to take extra elective courses beyond the 60 hours of required, on the condition of space availability.  The fee for extra elective courses will be $40 each and must be paid prior to signing up. You will also pay the course fee if applicable.

If you are a graduate or the public wishing to attend these electives, the active CIMT students get priority for seats (if the elective is full, you may not be able to attend) and will pay $75 for the course regardless of length of course.  You must pay prior to attending course. Please contact us at education@cimt.edu for further information.

 

Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy- 2018 Elective Course Schedule

 

 

DATE ELECTIVE PRESENTERS PREREQUISITE
Jan 13 8:30-12:30p

1:30-5:30p

Reflexology

Body mechanics for deeper pressure

Christy Norton

Nikki Alvaran

None

None

Jan 27 8:30-12:30

1:30p-5:30p

Human Trafficking Awareness

Aromatherapy

Roger Patrizio

Janey Sprouse

None

None

Feb 10 8:30-5:30p Pregnancy Morgan Wallizer Swedish complete
Feb 24 8:30-5:30 Myofascial Welling/ Conley ½ through A103
Mar 10 8:30-5:30p

 

Hot Stone

 

Tanya Keesey

 

Swedish

$50 payable at front desk

Mar 31 8:30-5:30p Craniosacral Christy Norton Swedish complete
Apr 7 8:30-5:30p Easter Theory and modalities Janey Sprouse None
Apr 14 9-1p Cadaver IAR A103 suggested
Apr 21 8:30-5:30p Compressive Deep Tissue Christy Norton None
May 12 8:30-12:30p

1:30-5:30p

Intro to Rolfing

Pelvic dysfunction

Ray Welling

Nikki Alvaran

None

None

May 21 6-8p Headaches Morgan Wallizer None
May 26 8:30-5:30p Thai Massage Janey Sprouse Swedish
Jun 2 8:30-5:30p

 

REQUIRED SPORTS

 

Patrizio/Smith

 

REQUIRED

Does NOT count as elective hours

Jun 16 1:30-5:30p Visceral Christy Norton Swedish complete
Jun 23 8:30-5:30p PTSD and Touch Response Alpha Gunn/ Frank Chavez None
July 14 8:30-5:30p Lymph drainage Christy Norton None
July 28 8:30-12:30p

1:30-5:30p

Geriatric

Pin and Stretch

Janey Sprouse

Nikki Alvaran

Swedish

Swedish

Aug 11 8:30-5:30p

 

Spa

 

Trista Fischer

 

None

$5 payable at front desk

Aug 18 9-1p Cadaver IAR A103 suggested
Aug 25 8:30-5:30p Pregnancy Tanya Keesey Swedish complete
Sept 8 8:30-5:30p Myofascial Welling/ Conley ½ through A103
Sept 22 8:30-12:30p

1:30-5:30p

MBLEx study Prep

Nutrition

Janey Sprouse

Dr. Erin Williams

None

None

Oct 1 6-8p

 

Intro to Kinesiotaping

 

Kolleen Conley

 

Bones

$2 payable at front desk

Oct 6 8:30-5:30p

 

Hot Stone

 

Tanya Keesey

 

Swedish

$50 payable at front desk

Oct 20 8:30-5:30p Craniosacral Christy Norton Swedish complete
Nov 3 8:30-12:30p

1:30-5:30p

Cupping

Rotator Cuff

Kolleen Conely

Alvaran/ Patrizio

None

Swedish

Nov 17 8:30-5:30p Thai Massage Janey Sprouse Swedish
Dec 1 8:30-5:30p

 

REQUIRED SPORTS

 

Patrizio/Smith

 

REQUIRED

Does NOT count as elective hours

Dec 8 9-1p Cadaver IAR A103 suggested
Dec 15 1:30-5:30p Self-Myofascial Release Matthew Wilson None

 

Reflexology

COURSE TITLE:     ELE108 Reflexology

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  The practice of foot reflexology is based on the zone theory, which maintains that the feet contain zones corresponding with the ten zones on the body.  Further, reflex points can be established on the feet which correspond to specific internal body parts.  Direct pressure on these reflex points will cause increased circulation and therefore healing in the corresponding body part.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn body zones as they are mapped out on foot.
  2. Learn massage techniques to manipulate reflex points.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours

Body Mechanics for Deeper Pressure

COURSE TITLE:     ELE130 Introduction to Body Mechanics

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course teaches therapists of all experience levels a safe and effective approach for optimal body mechanics when performing Massage. It will enable the therapist to work comfortably using standing and seated postures to perform a therapeutic massage without using unnecessary resources and potentially injuring themselves.

Body Mechanics:

  • Calculating the risk.
  • Common injuries among massage therapists.
  • How good body mechanics help.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING: Appropriate dress code clothing, linens, lubricant, note taking material.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn application of proper body mechanics for massage techniques.
  2. Discuss principles of applications.
  3. Learn cautions and contraindications.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours

Aromatherapy

COURSE TITLE:     ELE115 Aromatherapy

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Essential oils are anti-microbial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, esoteric and safe to use around family, pets and other plants.  It is no wonder industrial and drug companies are competing with the perfume industry for essential oil supplies and capital ventures.  With a little training and know how you could learn to do all of the above.  In this brief introduction the novice beginner could make their own turbo teas, bath salts, flavored honeys, culinary salts, and the list goes on.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn history of aromatherapy.
  2. Learn cautions and contraindications.
  3. Learn basic scent physiology.
  4. Learn distillation and pure oils, how to tell the difference.
  5. Getting started with essential oils and aromatherapy in your massage therapy practice.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours

Pregnancy

COURSE TITLE:     ELE105 Pregnancy

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Focus on a very special segment of our population and course is an indispensable choice for those students who are considering working with any pregnant clients.  Specific needs for pregnant women and appropriate technique applications will be taught.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn entire routine for third trimester pregnancy.
  2. Discuss cautions and contraindications.
  3. Demonstrate pillowing, and proper draping for comfort of client and health of fetus.
  4. Learn pre-natal and postpartum techniques.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   8 Instructional hours

Myofascial Release

COURSE TITLE:     ELE104 Myofascial Release

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Techniques which focus on the fascia of the body.  Techniques include rhythmic fascial unwinding, fascial stretching, fascial friction, fascial stripping, fascial smoothing, and fascial trigger point release. The basic Myofascial release techniques focus on releasing fascia of the body.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn application of basic Myofascial release techniques.
  2. Discuss principles of applications.
  3. Learn cautions and contraindications.

PREREQUISITE: Highly recommended that student is at least through KOV 6 in A103.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   8 Instructional hours

Hot Stone

COURSE TITLE:     ELE103 Therapeutic Hot Stone Massage

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Hot Stones are a popular modality due to the increased relaxation effect, detoxing abilities and greater depth of massage due to pressure of stones used.  In this course you will learn and perform and entire Hot Stone massage both prone and supine.  Benefits of Therapeutic Hot Stone massage not only for client but for practitioner.  And become a Certified Therapeutic Hot Stone Therapist.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING: wear cool clothing as the room will be hot due to the hot stone roasters. Because of this and because of the fact that you will be performing and receiving 3 hours of hands-on hot stone massage at a time, please be well hydrated. Please bring the following:

  • 1 flat sheet,
  • 1 fitted sheet,
  • 2 pillowcases,
  • 1 face cradle cover,
  • 3 hand towels,
  • 1 bath towel,
  • 1 blanket or beach towel,
  • Massage oil or gel (not cream or lotion), IN A HOLSTER,
  • Old linens are preferable as this type of massage tends to stain the sheets.

PREREQUISITE:

Must have completed TC101 Swedish Massage course prior to taking Hot Stone course.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Discuss cautions and contraindication of Hot Stone.
  2. Learn Therapeutic Hot Stone routine both prone and supine.
  3. Have opportunity to purchase a Hot Stone Kit.
  4. Learn maintenance of Hot Stone equipment.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   8 Instructional hours

Craniosacral

COURSE TITLE:     ELE120 Introduction to Craniosacral Therapy

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

Craniosacral includes cranium, spine, sacrum and dura.  Dura is continuous membrane of connective tissues and encloses brain and central nervous system.  CSF rises and falls within the duramater and is called the craniosacral rhythm or cranial wave.

Craniosacral:

  • Feels for disturbances in the rate, amplitude, symmetry or quality of flow.
  • Therapist uses gentle touch to balance the flow.
  • Body’s natural healing responses can function.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING: Appropriate dress code clothing, linens, lubricant, note taking material.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn application of basic craniosacral massage techniques.
  2. Discuss principles of applications.
  3. Learn cautions and contraindications.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 or 8 Instructional hours

Eastern Theory and Modalities

COURSE TITLE: Intro to Modalities Class

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Overview of Eastern medicine, Eastern & Western modalities, and history.

  • Acupressure
  • Asiatsu
  • Reiki
  • Thai
  • Acupuncture
  • Alexandar
  • Feldenkrais
  • Hellerwork
  • Polarity
  • Trager

COURSE OBJECTIVES: Review and learn a variety of Eastern & Western modalities, culture and history and introduction useful for the MBLEX exam and to broadening your daily practice.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   8 Instructional hours

Cadaver

COURSE TITLE:     ELE113 Cadaver

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  In this course you will discover the “reality” of muscles and their relationship with surrounding structure.  The use of an actual human body that has been prepared and preserved so the students may see how the muscles interdigitate with one another and how muscles are interacting with skeletal tissue.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. View and palpate a cadaver to gain better knowledge on appearance and function of muscles.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours

Compressive Deep Tissue

COURSE TITLE:     ELE117 Compressive Deep Tissue

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  CDMT is an effective warm up and deep tissue when used prior to your regular massage work or as a therapeutic massage modality in itself.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Ischemic compressions a highly popular and effective deep tissue technique.
  2. CDTM gives you the ability regardless your size and strength to give abundant prolonged deep work.
  3. Using your feet you can give sustained pressure without damage to any joints.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING:  1 futon mat/Thai mat for every TWO students. Comfortable clothes, note taking material, 3 pillows, clean feet, snacks and water as needed

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   8 Instructional hours

Intro to Rolfing

COURSE TITLE:     ELE111 Intro to Rolfing

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Rolfing now refers to a system of body education and physical manipulation originally called “structural integration.”  It is a product of 50 years of study and practice by Ida P. Rolf Ph.D.   The purpose of the Rolfing Structural Integration elective is to educate students about a Related Bodywork therapy.  Rolfing is not a massage technique or modality.  The elective will offer students an explanation of what Rolfing is and its origin and evolution.  The elective will include lecture, body analysis and a Rolfing demonstration.  Knowledge and understanding of Rolfing makes a more well-rounded massage therapist.  Participants may learn when to refer out and what your clients may have experienced already.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn how most human beings are significantly out of alignment with gravity.
  2. Learn how we function better when we are lined up with the gravitational field of the earth.
  3. Learn cautions and contraindications.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING: Wear comfortable clothing and note taking material.  This is primarily a lecture.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours

Pelvic Dysfunction

COURSE TITLE:     ELE 129 Sacral Dysfunction

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  The pelvis  is an essential element of normal gait and posture. A variety of techniques and treatment methods can yield effective results in sacral dysfunction.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn how to incorporate specific pelvic work in a full body massage
  2. Learn how to spend more time and be more specific on pelvis alone
  3. Learn effective techniques for effective muscle work

PREREQUISITE: Started Swedish table

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   2 instructional hours

Headaches

COURSE TITLE:     Headache Elective

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  To teach students how to help clients who have headaches, and to teach them techniques/tools to use to help with different kinds of headaches.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. What type of headaches there are.
  2. To have other tools/techniques to use for headache clients
  3. A protocol to massage clients with headaches
  4. Learn cautions and contraindications

PREREQUISITE: NONE

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   2 Instructional hours

Thai Massage

Course Title:  – Thai Yoga Massage Elective

Course Description: This course is designed to show students the benefits and techniques used in Thai Yoga Massage Therapy.

Course Objective:

  1. Students will learn modified techniques and rhythms used on clients
  2. To give students all the knowledge needed to work with clients seeking the ability of using his or her body to move the client into a variety of positions. This type of massage includes compression of muscles, mobilization of joints, and acupressure.
  3. Explain how Thai Massage is beneficial for most all people especially athletes and trauma clients.
  • 8:30 – 9:30 History & Lecture – Meditation
  • 9:45 – 12:45 1st Trade 3 Hours
  • 12:45-1:00 Clean Up/Swap Sheets
  • 1:00 – 2:00 Lunch
  • 2:05 – 5:05 2nd Trade 3 Hours
  • 5:05 – 5:30 Clean Up/Questions/Test

What to wear: Comfortable clothing. Women: Yoga pants or loose fitting pants, comfortable top with  short sleeves, socks (follow school guidelines on arms, stomachs, chest) Men: Loose fitting gym pants or shorts, comfortable short sleeve top, socks. No rings, or jewelry.

What to bring: Yoga Mat, Full or Queen sized Fitted Sheet. Small pillow if you would like to bolster your knees. Pen/Paper for note taking.

Total Instructional Hours: 8 Instructional Hours

Materials Needed: Instructor will provide all materials.

Attendance: Must be present for entire elective. Arrival after the start time and departure ½ hour prior to dismissal does not count towards requirement credit. See student handbook for further details.

Required Sports

COURSE TITLE: SP101 Sports Massage Therapy

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

In this course we will cover the basic principles and techniques of Sports Massage Therapy to promote speed, power, endurance, performance level, and injury prevention in athletes.  At the end of this course students will have the basic knowledge to provide pre-event, post event and clinical sports massage.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

The student will be able to demonstrate a practical, specific application of classic Sports massage. Students will practice compressions, cross-fiber fiction, and range of motion movements which give immediate, significant and verifiable positive results in sports performance, delayed onset muscles soreness, and injury rehabilitation.  For our offsite student sports events, students will get “Hands on” and practical experience by providing massages to the athletes/competitors at events. To prepare students to work at a professional level of competency with athletes in post event sports massages.  To provide students marketing and hands on sports massage experience while introducing massage therapy to the public.

What to Wear/Bring:  Wear a pair of shorts and a t-shirt along with a sports bra for the females.  Please bring one set of linens, lotion, a blanket and note taking material.

Make-up requirements:  This is a required course and you cannot sign up for any Sporting events until you complete this course.  To make up this hands-on course, a student must schedule a tutoring session with the instructor or take the course the next time it is scheduled.  Please be reminded that if you fail to attend without prior cancellation, you will be charged up to a $50 no-show fee.

THIS WILL EMULATE A SPORTS EVENT, SO IT WILL BE LOUD, A LOT OF PEOPLE IN SMALL SPACE AND FAST PACED BUT VERY FUN!!

Visceral

COURSE TITLE:     ELE127 Visceral Massage

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Visceral massage is important (according to eastern medicine) because organs hold emotions, so if you can get a belly to “let go”, generally a person’s body will melt and “let go” as well.  Belly work can help aid in digestions, get rid of acid reflux, reduce and eliminate constipation and purge a gall bladder before gall stones become large enough to become a problem.  It is also a great way to get your clients familiar with their diaphragm and breathing properly.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING: Appropriate dress code clothing, linens with 2-3 pillow cases, lubricant, note taking material.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn application of basic visceral massage techniques.
  2. Discuss principles of applications.
  3. Learn cautions and contraindications.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours

PTSD and Touch Response

COURSE TITLE:     ELE131 PTSD and Touch Response

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Learn the impact of trauma, and how trauma can show up on our bodywork or massage table.  Many people who end of seeking massage or bodywork have done so only after seeking traditional medical care for symptoms such as muscle tension, headaches, pain, stress, and overwhelm.  In addition to car accidents, falls, and other such injuries, many people who experience a traumatic event may not think to use massage or bodywork to address their physiological, emotional, or psychological symptoms.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING:  Appropriate dress code clothing, linens with 2-3 pillow cases, lubricant, note taking material.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn Trauma’s prevalence and impact
  2. Define traumatic events and trauma
  3. Trauma factors on the nervous system
  4. Risk factors and resilience
  5. Trauma informed care (within your scope of practice)

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS: 8 Instructional hours

Lymph Drainage

COURSE TITLE:     ELE119 Introduction to Lymphatic Drainage

COURSE DESCRIPTION:   The goal of lymphatic massage therapy is to get bodily fluids flowing.   Lymphatic therapy attempts to eliminate waste products from connective tissue and to improve the metabolic situation.  Lymph Drainage Therapy (LDT) is a gentle, light-touch, noninvasive technique. This therapy also can provide relief from chronic inflammation and pre- and post-surgical applications.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING: Comfortable and dress code appropriate clothing, a set of linens, lubricant and note taking materials.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn what a lymphatic water shed is.
  2. Learn what is a practioner anchor/focal.
  3. Learn what lymphatic system is responsible for.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 or 8 Instructional hours

Geriatric

COURSE TITLE:     ELE107- Geriatric

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to show students how to utilize massage for the elderly with modified strokes and techniques.   This is a lecture only course that includes a demonstration.  No linens needed.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING: This is a lecture only course that includes a demonstration.  No linens needed.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Students will learn modified strokes and techniques to be used on elderly.
  2. To give students all the knowledge needed to work in a hospice or nursing home.
  3. Explain how massage is beneficial for geriatric clients.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours

Pin and Stretch

COURSE TITLE:     Pin and Stretch

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  An all hands-on workshop that teaches how to easily incorporate active and passive release work into a muscle.  Pin and Stretch is a highly effective muscle energy technique that can be done with client clothed, prone, supine or side lying.

A variety of basic evaluations are used to assess various problem areas.  Positive and negative test results are also discussed along with appropriate muscle techniques that could be applied.

WHAT TO BRING: Linen, lotion (please wear loose fitting clothing)

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn positive and negative test results

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours

Spa

COURSE TITLE:     ELE116 Spa

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Ahhhhh! This is one of the more relaxing experiences you can have during this year at CIMT.  First, you will be introduced to the general benefits and effects of spa massage treatment.  You will learn about the tools of the trade and ways in which to incorporate this into your massage practice.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING:  Where scrubs. Bring a mixing bowl and paint brush at least 1 ½ inches or larger. (you may use a sponge brush if you like) Bring one set of linens, one towel, and 6 washcloths.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn how spa treatments can enhance your massage business.
  2. Learn cautions and contraindications.
  3. Learn spa techniques and materials needed to perform in your massage business.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   8 Instructional hours

MBLEx Study Prep

COURSE TITLE:     ELE122 MBLEx Study Prep

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Get the most from reading assignments.  Take useful and complete lecture notes. Finish homework assignments promptly.  Keep track of grades.  Prepare thoroughly for exams and sill checks.  Manage test anxiety and pass exams.

WHAT TO WEAR/BRING:  Wear comfortable clothing (within school guidelines). Bring note taking material.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn note taking skills
  2. Identify methods for efficient textbook reading
  3. Track homework to improve homework completion
  4. Teach grade tracking skills to ensure students understand the impact of points on a grade

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:  4 Instructional hours

Nutrition

COURSE TITLE:     ELE101 Intro to Nutrition

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  An in depth look at the nutritional requirements of the human body and how proper nutrition works to facilitate maximum health.  Invaluable information for your own self-care and to encourage your clients to create their own healthy life-style.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn nutritional requirements of the body.
  2. Learn how proper nutrition aids in overall health.

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours

Intro to Kinesiotaping

COURSE TITLE:     ELE127 Intro to Kinesiology Taping

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Research on Kinesiology tape has been shown to reduce pain, positively affect fluid mechanics, improve posture and muscle function, speed recovery, and improve sport performance.  By looking at movement patterns, therapist can identify dysfunction and apply tape to facilitate body awareness and improve biomechanics, provide stability, and reduce pain.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Understand the benefits of kinesiology taping.
  2. Learn how to apply this bodywork approach to your work as a massage therapist.
  3. Explore the importance of helping people move better and move more.

PREREQUISITE: Recommended to have some KOV

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   2 Instructional hours

Cupping

COURSE TITLE:     ELE124 Cupping

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation and well-being, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. What does cupping do for your body
  2. Is cupping therapy safe
  3. What is the purpose of cupping
  4. What does cupping do for athletes

PREREQUISITE: To Swedish table massage

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:  4 Instructional hours

Rotator Cuff

COURSE TITLE:     ELE 128 Rotator Cuff

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  The rotator cuff is an essential element of normal should range of motion. A variety of techniques and treatment methods can yield effective results in shoulder dysfunction.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Learn how to incorporate rotator cuff in a full body massage
  2. Learn how to spend more time and be more specific on shoulder work alone
  3. Learn effective techniques for rotator cuff muscle work

PREREQUISITE: Started Swedish table

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 instructional hours

Self Myofascial Release

COURSE TITLE:     Self Myofascial Release

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  Focusing on the use of various balls, rollers, and other tools, we will learn how to effectively apply Self Myofascial Release (SMR) techniques. We will uncover how rolling can be used to reduce stress and pain, and improve breathing function, mobility, and alignment.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Provide a foundational understanding of fascia, and why we want to release it.
  2. Discuss the mechanics of SMR and what is happening below the skin.
  3. Utilize a variety of tools to target soft tissue throughout the body.
  4. Examine sources of pain and dysfunction to build specific and effective treatment plans.

PREREQUISITE: None

TOTAL INSTRUCTIONAL HOURS:   4 Instructional hours