Seminars for Health wants to assure you that we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 virus situation, and we are following federal, local, and provincial guidelines carefully. We have a full response plan in place should the situation change at any time.
Procedures for in-person training:
Update February 9, 2022:
As announced by the Provincial Government on February 8, 2022, businesses no longer need to participate in the Restrictions Exemption Program. Although, proof of vaccination is no longer required to attend in-person classes masks will still be mandatory until there is notice otherwise.
Additionally, SFH will 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 are able to serve you during these times of need.
Affect the entire body by bringing balance to the connection of the spine and the pelvis.
Facet joints are not meant to bear load creating pain and muscle tension. Orthopedic Massage releases spinal pressure creating ‘Opening’ by targeting key junctions to eliminate the source of pain immediately. Adding segmental mobility and targeted muscle work will restore pain-free postural balance. Perform a focused lumbar or SI treatment. Become empowered, provide relief, and slow down the overwhelming number of back pain sufferers.
Who should take this massage therapy course?
Registered Massage Therapists
Massage Therapy students (second-year massage students once you have completed pathology)
Become an SFH Orthopedic Therapist by signing up for the series!
♥ Certification Program Reg. $1099, Early $949 (Students and first-year graduates $710)
Bundle A Reg $599, Early $549 (Students and first-year graduates $479)
Bundle B Reg $599, Early $549 (Students and first-year graduates $479)
Individual course Reg $199, Early $175 (Students and first-year graduates $145)
Effective tissue Manipulation (must take this prerequisite online course before attending the in-person courses)