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Course Information
MASSAGE THERAPY - 300 Hours

Prerequisite: None

Educational Objectives:
This course is designed to train a massage therapist
who possesses a basic understanding of
anatomy/physiology, massage theory, and various
massage techniques, knows the benefits and
contraindications of massage and can give a
professional massage with various techniques.


Classes to complete Massage Therapy course:
Anatomy/Physiology - 50 hours Massage
Standards & Ethics - 18 hours
Massage History & Theory - 36 hours
Massage Techniques - 36 hours
Massage Applications - 36 hours Massage
Practicum - 100 hours
Elective Courses - 24 hours

Sequence and Frequency of Lessons of Class Sessions:
Daytime or Evening class
Students attend 25 hours on the average per week
finishing this program in 12 weeks.

 ACUPRESSURE THERAPY - 300 Hours

Prerequisite: None

Educational Objectives:
To produce a qualified acupressure therapist who
possesses a basic understanding of anatomy/physiology,
yin-yang & meridian theory, and various oriental
acupressure techniques, knows the benefits and
contraindications of acupressure and can give a
professional acupressure treatment.


Classes to complete Acupressure Therapy course:
Anatomy/Physiology - 50 hours Basic
Acupressure Points - 18 hours
Acupressure History & Theory - 36 hours
Acupressure Techniques - 36 hours
Acupressure Applications - 36 hours
Acupressure Practicum -100 hours
Elective Courses - 24 hours

Sequence and Frequency of Lessons of Class Sessions:
Daytime or Evening class
Students attend 25 hours on the average per week
finishing this program in 12 weeks.
SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPY - 200 Hours

Prerequisite: Massage Therapy or Acupressure Therapy


Educational Objectives:
Advanced techniques of sports massage are presented to
enhance his/her work in sports therapy field.
Students learn to practice natural healing techniques
based on sports massage and other gentle healing
techniques. Processes of various sports-related
muscular problems are presented so that the student
can fully comprehend the condition of the patient.


Classes to complete Acupressure Therapy course:
Sports Anatomy & Physiology - 50 hours Sports
Massage Techniques - 24 hours
Sports Massage Applications - 48 hours Sports
Massage Practicum - 60 hours
Elective Courses - 18 hours

Sequence and Frequency of Lessons of Class Sessions:
Daytime or Evening class
Students attend 25 hours on the average per week
finishing this program in 8 weeks.
ORIENTAL BODYWORK THERAPY - 200 Hours

Prerequisite: Massage Therapy or Acupressure Therapy


Educational Objectives:
Advanced techniques of oriental bodywork therapy are
presented to enhance his/her work in medical and
clinical field. Students learn to practice natural
healing techniques based on acupressure and oriental
bodywork healing techniques. Processes of various
abnormal body conditions are presented so that the
student can fully comprehend the condition of the
patient.


Classes to complete Acupressure Therapy course:
Oriental Bodywork Theory - 24 hours
Kinesiology - 24 hours
Oriental Bodywork Techniques - 24 hours
Oriental Bodywork Applications - 48 hours
Oriental Bodywork Practicum - 62 hours Elective
Elective Courses - 18 hours

Sequence and Frequency of Lessons of Class Sessions:
Daytime or Evening class
Students attend 25 hours on the average per week
finishing this program in 8 weeks.

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