Courses

massage For Your Health

Credits: MTAS  4.5 , NHPC 10 Credits , CRMTA 10 primary credits , CMMOTA 11 credits 
When: July 4 & 5 /20 ; August 29 & 30 /20 ; Oct. 17 & 18/ 20 ; Nov. 28 & 29/ 20
Where: Calgary

Maderotherapy
First & Last

MADEROTHERAPY SASKATOON 

When: Sept. 12 & 13/ 20
Where: Saskatoon

Maderotherapy

100% Natural treatment using wooden rolling pins, 

Credits: MTAA  15 , NHPC 10 , CRMTA 14 , CMMTOA 11,5 , MTAS 14 
When: July 11 & 12/ 20 ; Oct 24 & 25 ; Dec 5 & 6/ 20
Where: Calgary

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Working as massage therapists, we have the chance to meet many clients complaining of pain, numbness and tingling in their arms and hands. Some of them complain about their arm which would “fall asleep” during the night or even during the day when the arm is in a specific position. We do assessments to try to find out what problem they may have. And sometimes tests show negative findings but if you still treat them as thoracic outlet syndrome, clients feel a lot better. This means that they have some form of thoracic outlet syndrome.

Jade Stone 30 hours Calgary

Credits: NHPC 15 CCP credits 
When: August 8 & 9/ 20 ; Sept. 19 & 20/ 20 ; Nov. 7 & 8/ 20; Jan. 9 & 10/ 21
Where: Calgary

Jade Stone Massage 30 Hours

Jade Stone 30 hours Saskatoon

Credits: NHPC 15 CCP credits  
When:  August 6th and 7th/ 2020
Where: Saskatoon

JADE STONE MASSAGE 30 HOURS

Jade Stone 14 hours Calgary

Credits: MTAA  15 , CRMTA 14 , MTAS 14
When: August 8 & 9/ 20 ; Sept. 19 & 20/ 20 ; Nov. 7 & 8/ 20; Jan. 9 & 10/ 21
Where: Calgary

Jade Stone 14 hours Saskatoon

When: August 6 & 7/ 20
Where: Saskatoon

JADE STONE MASSAGE 14 hours

Jade Stone massage is an amazing treatment that your clients will really enjoy. It’s relaxing, warm and could also be a deep therapeutic treatment.

Jade stones are known to make your skin look younger by increasing blood circulation in your skin and deeper layers.

Different shaped Jade stones are used for massaging different parts of the body. They could be used as hot, cold stones or a combination of hot and cold.

Hot Stone 30 hours Calgary

NHPC 15 CCP credits 

When: July 18 & 19/ 20 ; Oct. 31 & Nov. 1/ 20 ; Dec 12 & 13/ 20
Where: Calgary

Hot Stone 30 hours Calgary

Hot Stone 30 hours Saskatoon

NHPC 15 CCP credits 

When: August 4th and 5th/ 2020
Where: Saskatoon

Hot Stone 30 hours SASKATOON

Hot Stone Relaxation/Deep Tissue Massage 14 Hours Calgary

CreditsMTAA 15 , CRMTA 14 ,MTAS 14 
When: July 18 & 19/ 20 ; Oct. 31 & Nov. 1/ 20 ; Dec 12 & 13/ 20
Where: Calgary

Hot Stone Relaxation/Deep Tissue Massage 14 Hours Saskatoon
When: August 4 & 5/20
Where: Saskatoon

Hot Stone 14 hours

Hot stone massage is a popular treatment for stress relief, reduction of muscle stiffness and boost of blood circulation. Clients absolutely love this treatment because it’s a warm, relaxing and tension relieving treatment but on the other side it also helps to reduce the amount of strain on the therapist’s hands. Not too much pressure is needed to get the deeper muscle layers.

Credits: MTAS  14 Primary , NHPC 10 Credits , MTAA 8 Primary , CMMOTA 11, 
When: August 22 & 23 /20 ; Oct. 3 & 4/ 20 ; Nov. 21 & 22/ 20 ; Jan 23 & 24/21
Where: Calgary

Facilitated Stretching, Part 2/Lower body

Instructor: Verica Kikanovic RMT (MTAA)

PNF is based on neurophysiological mechanisms of muscle contraction and stretch reflexes. This is the reason PNF is more effective than simple passive stretching.

Learn Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation stretching and use it as your self-care and even better, recommend it for your clients for postural conditions, after injury, during recovery after MVA or just give it to clients who need relaxation. Massage treatment effects last longer if PNF stretching is incorporated in treatment and also if perfect self-stretching and strengthening exercises are provided to the client. Improve muscle elasticity and flexibility and prepare clients for work or workout without pain and stiffness.

Credits: MTAS  14 Primary , NHPC 10 Credits , MTAA 8 Primary , CMMOTA 11, 
When: August 15 & 16 /20 ; Sept 26 & 27 /20; Nov 14 & 15/ 20 ; Jan 16 & 17 /21
Where: Calgary

Facilitated Stretching, Part1/Upper body

Instructor: Verica Kikanovic RMT (MTAA)

PNF is based on neurophysiological mechanisms of muscle contraction and stretch reflexes. This is the reason PNF is more effective than simple passive stretching.

Learn Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation stretching and use it as your self-care and even better, recommend it for your clients for postural conditions, after injury, during recovery after MVA or just give it to clients who need relaxation. Massage treatment effects last longer if PNF stretching is incorporated in treatment and also if perfect self-stretching and strengthening exercises are provided to the client. Improve muscle elasticity and flexibility and prepare clients for work or workout without pain and stiffness.