Massage & Bodywork

May | June 2014

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It is about being INSPIRED Heal from within Rocky Mountain Center Explore the depth and scope of this work at www.rmobcenter.com or call 970-209-9400 NEW training starts November 2014 in Denver, CO Explore the depth and scope of this work at November 2014 in Denver, CO "Every bodyworker should discover this work. It is the most complete bodywork I have ever experienced… a galaxy of life changing insights." Marcie Shumway 16 m a s s a g e & b o d y w o r k m a y / j u n e 2 0 1 4 NEWS NOTES ELAP Publishes Blueprint for Massage Education The Entry-Level Analysis Project (ELAP) has published its fi nal recommendations for massage education, titled "The Core: Entry- Level Massage Education Blueprint." The work group's report and recommendations are available at www.elapmassage.org. ELAP is a research project initiated by the Coalition of National Massage Therapy Organizations to address inconsistencies and challenges in the massage education fi eld, with the hope of alleviating problems such as employers having diffi culty fi nding qualifi ed applicants, graduates failing to achieve long-term career success, credential portability barriers, and more. The primary objectives of ELAP are to defi ne the knowledge and skill components of entry-level education and recommend the minimum number of hours schools should teach to prepare graduates for safe and competent practice in the massage profession. Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP) has worked to further the massage profession through education and practitioner support since 1986, and played an active role in the ELAP process as a coalition member. In the coming months, ABMP will offer webinars for schools and instructors who want to use ELAP instructional design tools in their programs to stimulate curriculum improvement in key areas. Visit www.abmp.com for updates. compiled by Brandon Twyford Learn Animal Massage Change your life and theirs for the better. 7-11 Small Animal Massage Level 100 12-13 K9 First Aid 14-15 K9 Stress Point Therapy 17-19 K9 MFR 21-22 K9 Trigger Point Therapy 24-26 K9 MLT 14-15 Equi-Tape 16-17 Equine Stress Point Therapy 19-21 Equine Myofascial Release (MFR) 23-24 Equine Trigger Point Therapy 26-28 Equine Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT) JUNE JULY Massage 7-11 Small Animal Massage Level 100 12-13 K9 First Aid 14-15 K9 Stress Point Therapy 17-19 K9 MFR 21-22 K9 Trigger Point Therapy 24-26 K9 MLT 14-15 Equi-Tape 16-17 Equine Stress Point Therapy 19-21 Equine Myofascial Release (MFR) 23-24 Equine Trigger Point Therapy 26-28 Equine Manual Ligament Therapy (MLT) JUNE JULY For more information visit www.nwsam.com or call toll free 1.877.836.3703 Upcoming calendar of classes

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