Foundations of Hot & Cold Stone Therapy
This 8 hour live class is approved by NCBTMB as continuing education. In this class we will learn to utilize hot and cold stones in a safe manner as to increase the quality of their massages and save their hands.
"Prior to taking this class I had a preconceived notion that hot stone was more a fiu fiu type fluff massage and not necessarily therapeutic. I liked the detail and hands on material. I think everything was covered well without unnecessary filler. I think it was well laid out."
"I can't wait to offer hot stone massage! It was a great overall class, well planned, organized, great demos, plenty of time to practice, clean facility, and excellent instruction. I thought it was perfect! Ashley is a fantastic and enthusiastic instructor, clear and concise with her teaching and able to answer all of our questions. I would definitely take another class from her."
"I enjoyed the hands on experience and ease of discussion. It was perfect."
Students will learn to utilize hot and cold stones in a safe manner as to increase the quality of their massages and save their hands.
1.) Students will be able to identify clients who are appropriate for hot and cold stone therapy.
2.) Students will be able to prepare hot stones for a massage.
3.) Students will be able to prepare cold stones for a massage.
4.) Students will be able to acknowledge when stones are an appropriate temperature to use in treatments.
5.) Students will be able to demonstrate how to clean stones so as not to put clients at risk.
6.) Students will be able to properly integrate stones into their massage techniques.
7.) Students will learn to set stationary stones in a safe manner that will not threaten bodliy injury to the client.
8.) Students will identify conditions in which hot and cold stone is contraindicated.
1.) Students will demonstrate proficiency in hot stone massage.
2.) Students will demonstrate proficiency in cold stone massage.
3.) Students will demonstrate various techniques with stones.
4.) Students will identify clients are inappropriate for hot and cold stone therapy.
5.) Students will demonstrate how to make preparations to perform a hot stone massage.
6.) Students will demonstrate how to prepare cold stones for cold stone therapy.
7.) Students will be able to identify the correct temperatures at which it is safe to use a hot or cold stone.
8.) Students will list pathology's and conditions in which hot and cold stone therapy is not safe.
Will students be given course material when they attend each course?
Will students receive a syllabus before each course, explaining the information that will be taught?
How will each student be evaluated?
What do I need to bring to class?
Please bring a massage table, set of sheets, lotion, holster, pen and paper.
This class will be taught by Ashley Dwyer, NCBTMB Approved provider #1000021.
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