Continuing Education for Massage Therapists with
live, hands-on courses
It’s time to sign up for our next class
Feeling lost when massage clients are ill or injured?
Is your massage routine tired – you are finding yourself giving each client the same massage?
Are you feeling burnt out, but lack the resources for self care, bodywork, and reflection?
Do you need your New York State or nationally required CEUs?
Why sign up for our In-person classes?
We are massage therapists, we should be taking hands-on classes. There are so few of them out there, take advantage of the opportunity now.
Each class is designed with the massage therapist in mind. Everyone learns differently, and Joyce understands that. Auditory learners, visual learners, kinesthetic learners, and tactile learners will experience visual aids, hands-on practice, lecture, and handouts, with ample opportunities to give and receive the bodywork techniques. There will be large group lectures, small group discussions, and time to reflect on your own. Joyce gets it – massage therapists need time to reflect and recharge. Not only will you leave her classes with new ideas and techniques, but you will leave feeling positive and inspired – not drained from a long day of being poked and prodded.
Lunch is included with each course. Coffee, tea, and snacks are available throughout the day. Dietary restrictions and allergies can be accommodated. Just let me know!
St. Margaret’s Ecumenical & Retreat Center
The space lends itself perfectly to the needs of the classes. Unlike other massage courses, students will not be in a large convention room, but we will utilize the intimate spaces that St. Margaret’s House offers. The great room is perfect for housing massage tables for practice. The library creates an intimate space for lecture. The meditation room and living room will be comfortable for small group discussions or for students that enjoy privacy while practicing. The grounds will be in all their glory, showing off the colors of fall. During breaks and lunch, students are welcome to hike the trails or sit outside to enjoy fresh air.
If you need a place to stay, there are affordable single and double occupancy rooms available onsite.