Seminars for Health want to assure you 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 at any time.
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.
So many people are living with pain! How can massage therapists help to alleviate this immense problem?
Do you feel that you use your skills to your full potential when helping your clients deal with pain? Should your role as a massage therapist offer temporary pain relief, or do you think long term pain relief should be what we strive for?
SFH staff is often asked by Massage Therapists looking for continued education training, which course we believe can be the most impactful for their clients and themselves. We at Seminars for Health would humbly choose this course, and this is why.
Linda Hoppe, CEO of Seminars for Health, has started this company because she believed that courses like this one, including scientific content and effective tissue manipulation, has the vast potential to impact patient care and to raise the bar of the massage therapy profession. Our company was created based on these beliefs, and we would love for you to give it some consideration.
This course is offered online as well as in-class and is a prerequisite on your journey to becoming a Certified SFH Orthopedic Massage Therapist/SFH Muscle Therapist.
Notes: This course has the same content as the Fundamentals of Orthopedic Massage, so if you have already taken it, please consider other classes.
What you accomplish and acquire from taking this course?
- Science-based theory
- Understand the impact of muscle therapy on long term pain relief
- Muscle base concept to achieve best tissue response
- Vector of force concept for a better technique application and minimal effort from the therapist
- Pressure adaptation and the effects of soft tissue and proprioceptors
- Muscle alignment effect for a return to ideal muscle function
- Muscle compression effect and its impact on soft tissue and circulatory system
- Scooping technique developed by Linda Hoppe
- Efficient energy use by the therapist
Upon class Completion:
You will receive an email, including an electronic version of your proof of attendance. 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).
Who qualifies to take this course?
All health care providers who work directly with oncology patients are welcome to take this course. Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Nursing staff, Massage Therapists, Acupuncturists, Athletic therapists, and Manual Osteopaths and Osteopaths.
2nd Year Massage Therapy students who have completed Pathology are welcome.
Who should take this course?
- Registered massage therapists
- Massage therapy graduates
- Massage therapy students (second-year massage students once you have completed pathology)
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