This is a one-day introduction course for Beginners. If you are interested in Massage Therapy as a profession, this one-day workshop is an opportunity to gain some hands-on experience from a practitioner perspective. Take this workshop if you're seeking a possible career in Massage Therapy, but would like some exposure.
Register individually or bring a friend at a discount!
This course presents the basic concepts of human anatomy, terminology, theory, and practical application of massage. Consent, postural mechanics, exercise, and comprehension are described and explained.
This is a certificate and does not contribute to obtaining a diploma or qualify a person to work as a Massage Therapist or to practice.
*Axiom continues to be committed to their students. Programs will operate one of three ways: online, as a modified blended program (online and in-person), or in-person with strict PPE and guidelines until the COVID19 measures have been lifted. September classes will proceed in the fall of 2020.
Those who apply for the Medical Massage Therapy diploma program through Axiom Career College will be eligible to have their admission fee waived by attending this workshop, subject to the availability of each class.
June 26th - Saskatoon, SK (updated due to COVID19)
May 16th - Saskatoon, SK
*Please note that the waitlist is now in effect for September 2020
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This course is taught by lecture, demonstration and practical application (hands on experience)
Gain knowledge about Massage Therapy as a potential profession
Be more body aware
Gain knowledge about Massage Therapy history
Become acquainted with basic terminology, anatomy and theoretical concepts of massage
Awareness of proper posture and postural mechanics
Understand importance of consent and boundaries
Be aware of massage professionalism and ethics
Understand when massage is not suitable, precaution or contraindicated.
Be aware when massage is inappropriate and understand your rights as a patient
Gain hands on experience with relaxation massage techniques