Our 100 hour Advanced Certification program that will elevate your education and professional marketability significantly in the emerging world of clinical pain management, movement therapy and rehabilitative manual therapy!
This enriching option also offers an opportunity for those who wish to qualify for practice in US states that require 750 hour programs for licensure. Please review your home state's massage board website to confirm eligibility.
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MANA LOMI® 2 HAWAIIAN MASSAGE WITH DR. MAKA'ALA YATES- 40 Hours
The Mana Lomi® technique is based on Hawaiian concepts of working with the"mana" of the body, mind, and soul of an individual.
Dr. Maka'ala Yates D.C. developed Mana Lomi after years of studying and practicing Hawaiian healing concepts with his Hawaiian teachers. This is the second level in a series of offerings by Dr. Yates. Advanced protocols will be covered in this workshop.
Mana Lomi literally translates as “Hawaiian Spiritual Massage,” however, according to the voices of Na Kupuna (Hawaiian Elders – Wisdom Keepers) Mana Lomi could be translated as the ”Life-force of Lomi.” Lomi or Lomilomi describes a concept that involves the movement of energy. With the right understanding and training, the practitioner can communicate through the soft tissues of the body, deep into the bones of the individual.
INTRODUCTION TO CRANIO-SACRAL THERAPY- 30 Hours
CST is a highly nuanced, energetic technique that can address a wide range of needs to a very broad population. Often times used in place of more aggressive bodywork, CST provides comfort and well-being while simultaneously delving into the very deepest areas of our nervous system and its ability to re-establish healthy patterns both physically and mentally.
Students will receive a thorough introduction to the basic theory and concept of this work, along with a cultivation of the delicate palpatory skills required to to engage the body on this level.
CUPPPING AND ADVANCED EASTERN THEORY- 30 Hours
Students will be introduced to the application of cupping as a adjunct treatment to bodywork. Cupping is defined as a practice used in traditional medicine in several parts of the world, including China and the Middle East. It involves creating suction on the skin using a glass, ceramic, bamboo, or plastic cup. Negative pressure is created in the cup either by applying a flame to the cup to remove oxygen before placing it on the skin or by attaching a suction device to the cup after it is placed on the skin. Dry techniques within scope of practice will be explored in this class.