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There are a variety of certifications and continuing education levels that massage therapists can earn. Following are the ones that I have achieved:

LMT – State licensed and registered. Licensed massage therapists practice under a strict code of ethics.

NCTMB – Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork. Accreditation is given upon passing written exams, continuing education and maintaining ethical standards.

ABMP – I am a member of the Association of Bodywork and Massage Professionals. This professional organization provides education and liability coverage for massage therapists. Leadership training and staffing of emotional process-work programs.

NER I-III – I have completed the full series of classes in Neuroenergetic Release®.

St. John Method of NMT I-V – The St. John method of neuromuscular therapy is widely recognized. Training includes:

  • Level I ~ cervical injuries, postural analysis, pelvic stabilization
  • Level II ~ pain mechanisms of the low back
  • Level III ~ shoulder, upper torso, spinal column, extremities. Level IV ~ TMJ dysfunction, hands, feet, eyes
  • Level V ~ neuromuscular components of cranial decompression and scoliosis

John Barnes Method of Myofascial Release I 

Additional Training

  • Sports Massage I
  • Sports Massage II
  • Positional Release Technique
  • Tui Na I
  • Structural Integration
  • Integrated Neuromuscular Re-Education
  • Cranial Sacral Therapy I
  • Reiki I
  • Lymphatic Massage I
  • Shiatsu Massage
  • Relaxation Massage
Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals
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