Completed Training

Since graduating IBMC College in 2017 with an Associates Degree in Therapeutic Massage, I have continued to expand on my knowledge and education.  Through both on-line continuing education classes and hands-on training, I have endeavored to deliver even more to you, my client. I am fully invested in learning how to deliver massage that will eliminate your chronic pain and enhance your overall wellness. 

By listening to you and what I find in massage sessions, I have continued my education and research in the following areas. I will add to this as I complete more classes and training.

IMTRC: Low Back Pain and Massage (1 credit hour AMTA)

IMTRC: Breast Cancer and Massage Therapy (1 credit hour AMTA)

Self-care for Injury Prevention (2 credit hours AMTA)

Self Evaluation for an Ethical Practice (2 credit hours AMTA)

Opioid Epidemic with Massage Therapy (2 credit hours AMTA)

Indian Head Massage (5 credit hours- Deborah Casey)

Receptor Techniques for the neck (2 credit hours AMTA)

Pregnancy and Massage (3 credit hours AMTA)

CPR and First Aid with AED (5.5 credit hours hands-on training; American Heart Association)

Advanced Gua Sha for problem areas:  (3 credit hours)

Healthy Hands:  (2 credit hours AMTA)

Full Chest and Breast Massage (16 credit hours hands-on training- Yakima, Washington)

CPMT: Certified Pediatric Massage Therapy (Liddle Kidz)  (16 credit hours hands-on training- San Francisco, California) 

Liddle Kidz Touch Therapy (20 credit hours hands-on training- North Glenn, Colorado)

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (2 credit hours AMTA)

Low Back Pain (2.5  credit hours AMTA)

Cancer- Essential Contraindications (2.5 credit hours AMTA)

Karuna Ki Healing Energy (16 credit hours Amie Philgar)

Gua Sha Technique (16 credit hours Isla Verde Spa)

Animal & Pet Reiki (4 credit hours Melissa Crowhurst)

Crystal Reiki Master/Teacher Course (4 credit hours LIsa Powers)

Reiki Level I, II & Master/Teacher Course (16 credit hours Lisa Powers)

Business & Ethics Classes

Growing a Thriving Practice 

Protecting Yourself from Malpractice

Ethical Dilemmas Fully Eposed

Atraccting Business Clients Part I and II