Thai Massage for the Table

Step Up Your Massage Therapy Practice With A New Modality!
Gain new clients and your needed CE hours with internationally trained Thai Yoga Massage Instructor Vanessa Hazzard, LMT
This class is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) for 16 CE hours. Approved Provider # 451899-12.

Details

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November 3 to 4, 2018

9:00 pm to 6:00 pm Each Day

Location:

Learn Reiki Philadelphia | 251 N. 2nd. Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

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About Thai Massage for the Table 

This 16-hour course teaches a 90-minute Thai massage routine adapted for a massage table. A brief history, philosophy and traditions will be included in the course. Participants will learn proper alignment and good body mechanics as well as how to safely deliver the stretches and postures. Students will be able to practice on each other in a supportive environment.
Performing treatments on a massage table is great for those:

  • That cannot be on the floor due to injuries or extremely limited mobility
  • Ideal for wellness centers with electronic lift tables

Please bring a pillow, pillow case, and flat sheet.
This class is ideal for those massage therapists, yoga practitioners, energy workers, or those with a background in anatomy. A manual is included in the cost.
This class is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) for 16 CE hours. Approved Provider # 451899-12.

What To Expect

You will get the information you need to safely and confidently practice Thai Massage for the Table, and plenty of time to enjoy giving and receiving from others! You’ll receive a manual written by Vanessa Hazzard with easy to follow steps (including photos) of her personal Thai Massage for the Table sequences.
Each class begins with a guided movement based centering that flows seamlessly into the day’s lessons.

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About Vanessa Hazzard

Vanessa Hazzard, BASc, LMT is an author, educator, and massage therapist with 13 years of experience in the field. She is author of Prenatal Thai Massage: for Relaxation & Pain Relief. Her volunteerism and commitment to mental health and trauma-awareness in yoga and bodywork has landed her features on NPRPhilly.com, and speaking engagements at Drexel University and non-profit organizations. Vanessa has shared her expertise as an advisory board member for massage therapy schools, as well as Belmont Behavioral Health’s mood disorder program. Over the past decade, she has taught hundreds of massage therapy professionals at spas, wellness centers, and retreats; including Massage Envy Regional Trainings, Mellow Massage & Yoga, Toppers Spa, and the Sporting Club at the Bellevue. Vanessa has studied with Ajarn Sinchai Sukparset, Thanachai Chaimongkhon, and International Training Massage (ITM) in Chiang Mai, Thailand. She also has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Massage Therapy from Siena Heights University and is currently earning her Master of Education in Adult and Continuing Education from Rutgers University.

 

PA Massage License MSG000869 | NCBTMB Approved Provider 451899-12

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