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Orthopedic Massage Bundle A
|Mon – Tue||May 9–10||8:30am – 5:30pm|
Many Massage Therapists took SFH Orthopedic Massage for a Reason.
People go to school to become massage therapists, learn how to do massage, relax clients, and help them with musculoskeletal conditions. Although two years of school seem like a long time, and you might feel that you know a lot once you graduate, in reality, please do not take it the wrong way, but it is the beginning of your learning journey. It takes years for someone to perfect their skills and be good at them. The next step is to master was you learned in school with many hours of practice and a hundred clients later. Orthopedic Massage is the next great course for the therapists who want to master soft tissue manipulation, palpation, and connection with the musculoskeletal system.
In signing up for bundle A or B or the certification program, expect to learn more than 70 techniques and get free access to the online Effective Tissue Manipulation course.
You will learn:
- How to correctly identify muscles before treatment
- How to massage with a plan and deliver positive, long-lasting results for your clients
- A wide range of new techniques and considerations, including all major muscle groups
- How to decompress joints, realign and release tight muscles
We organized the certification content by body sections that can benefit from Orthopedic Massage treatments. If taking the full certification is not for you at the moment, we have bundled the courses to be more appealing with a busy schedule. You can review the Orthopedic course offerings below!
Bundle A (Free online theory and two full days of training)
Reg. $599 Early $549 (Students and first-year graduates $479)
- Chest and Anterior Shoulder
- Rotator Cuff
- Anterior Neck
- Posterior Neck
Bundle B (Free online theory and two full days of training)
Reg. $599, Early $549 (Students and first-year graduates $479)
- Hip and Thigh
- Leg and Foot
- Forearm, Wrist, and Hand
Your best option is to sign up for the Certification program. Reg. $1099, Early $949 (Students and first-year graduates $710)
♥ Certification Program (Free online theory and four full days of training)
“Amazing experience filled with exceptional knowledge. I left feeling more confident in my massage skills and extra excited to keep practicing in my career. Highly recommended!” – Julie
Looking for CEUs only
If you choose not to become certified, you are still entitled to receive your credits.
SFH Certification Requirements
- Students have to complete first the prerequisite online course: Effective Tissue Manipulation.
- Students must be present for the whole duration of the course length to become certified.
- Students must participate and safely execute all hands-on components of the course.
- Students must pass the final written exam.
Upon Course Completion:
You will receive an email with the option to write the exam or request proof of completion. Upon registration, make sure you enter your information correctly to ensure this happens. We collect your email address, first name, and last name (please give us the name you wish to have on your proof of attendance and certificate).
Upon Certificate Completion:
Students complete our “Certification” after they successfully write our exam. If they meet all course requirements and pass all exams, they may access their official digital certificate. To view the digital certificate, navigate to your online account. You can print it there or send it to your massage association via email.
Benefits of Being an SFH Certified Therapist
It proves that you have understood the course content to the level where SFH is confident that you can safely incorporate their teachings into your practice.
It gives you confidence that you understood the material to put it into your practice safely.
Proudly promote to your clientele that you are officially SFH certified.
Proficiency in your peers.
Who should take this massage therapy course?
- Registered massage therapists
- Manual Osteopath
- Massage therapy graduate (get 20% off for one year after graduation date)
- Massage therapy student (second-year massage students, once you have completed pathology, get 20% off)
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Seminars for Health want to ensure that we closely monitor the COVID-19 virus situation, following federal, local, and provincial guidelines carefully. In addition, we have a complete response plan in place should the situation change.
Procedures for in-person training as of March 1, 2022:
As announced by the Provincial Government, businesses no longer need to participate in the Restrictions Exemption Program. Proof of vaccination and masks are no longer required to attend in-person classes. However, we ask you to stay home if you show any symptoms of COVID 19.
Additionally, SFH will continue to implement the following in-person procedures.
- Regular hand sanitizing
- Working with the same partner
Seminars for Health will do everything we can to ensure we stay open and can serve you during these times of need.
What people say about our courses?
I just took a Kinetic Massage of the Neck seminar with Linda Hoppe at the FSMTA convention in Florida. It was one of the best learning experiences I ever had. The anatomical explanations were wonderful and gave you the confidence and knowledge to work safely with your clients. The hands-on part of the class was great as well and you left with some fantastic new techniques for your “tool box” (as I like to call it) to treat neck and upper back issues in a new, different and very effective way. I can highly recommend this class. Your clients will love their treatments. Thank you, Linda!