Massage & Bodywork

January/February 2008

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SCHOOLS, SEMINARS, AND WORKSHOPS Contact Angie Parris-Raney at 800-458-2267, ext. 641, or for more information. Visit for a calendar of CEU listings. education resource listing INTERNATIONAL THE ARVIGO INSTITUTE, LLC 77 West Street, Antrim, NH 03440 Tel: 603-588-2571; E-mail: Website: The Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal Massage Become a member of a new, vital, and growing profession that addresses the physical emotional and spiritual well being of your clients. These ancient techniques were brought to America by Dr. Rosita Arvigo, DN, a Naprapathic physician who apprenticed with Don Elijio Panti, one of the last Maya Healers from Belize. Maya Abdominal Massage addresses reproductive and digestive health including the tilted or prolapsed uterus, prostate swelling, and chronic digestive complaints. Program of study includes Self Care, Professional, Certification Teacher Training, and Maya Spiritual Healing. Courses offered in the USA, Canada, Belize, and United Kingdom. We are a Continuing Education Provider under NCBTMB for Massage, MEAC for Midwifery, ANCC for Nursing. CARE INTERNATIONAL— CENTER FOR AROMATHERAPY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION RR 4, Box 646, CR 800, Marble Hill, M0 63764 Toll-free: 800-758-8629 Tel: 573-238-4846; Fax: 573-238-2010 E-mail: Website: CARE International has a growing faculty of Certified CARE Instructors (CCIs) who teach throughout the United States, Canada, and selected other countries, including Mexico, Australia, Europe, and the Far East. Approved by NCBTMB for continued education credit, the CARE curriculum consists of 25 hours as follows: Applied Vitaflex, Raindrop Technique, Essential Oil Chemistry, Science and Art of Aromatherapy, Healing Oils of Ancient Scripture with Associated Massage/Anointing Techniques, and Emotional Release by Touch and Aroma. CARE sponsors more than 100 week-end seminars worth 25 CE Hours each every year. See the CARE Website for a calendar of classes. Check periodically for functions in your area because new programs are added almost weekly. Completion of the first 72 hours of the CARE Program qualifies you to become a Certified Raindrop Practitioner (CRP). Completion of the entire CARE Program of 164 hours qualifies you to join the CARE faculty as a Certified CARE Instructor and Board Certified Raindrop Specialist (BCRS). CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN INTEGRATIVE AROMATHERAPY Institute of Integrative Aromatherapy PO Box 130166, The Woodlands, TX 77393 Toll-free: 877-363-3422 E-mail: Website: The highly acclaimed and respected Institute of Integrative Aromatherapy, based in Houston, Texas, provides massage therapists with specialized and professional training incorporating essential oils effectively and safely in their massage practice through the most comprehensive correspondence course available today. The program offers 325 contact hours, and includes everything needed to complete the case studies, essential oil profiles, and 36 home blending practicums, including program manuals, text books, 50 essential oils, and an assortment of blending supplies. The Certificate Program is fully endorsed by the NCBTMB, AHNA, NAHA, and AIA and is co-written and personally mentored by best-selling author and Holistic Nurse Valerie Cooksley, RN, OCN, FAAIM. For a brochure and to learn more about becoming certified in Integrative Aromatherapy visit or contact KINESIS MYOFASCIAL INTEGRATION 318 Clarks Cove Road, Walpole, ME 04573 Toll-free: 888-KINESIS (888-546-3747) or 207-563-7121 E-mail: Website: Kinesis Myofascial Integration (KMI) is a Rolf-evolved method for transforming postural dynamics. KMI presents a 12-session series of integrative bodywork, based on Tom Myers' Anatomy Trains and his 30 years of practice in Structural Integration. KMI classes are rich laboratories for exploring your assessment skills, manual technique, movement, and personal/professional development. Train with old-world craftsmanship and 21st century delivery. The 500-hour KMI certification program is designed for successful somatic educators who want to expand their vision and practice, and join a group dedicated to creating meaningful work in this world. Approved by the NCBTMB under Category A. Introductory courses on Anatomy Trains and other publications available. 150 massage & bodywork january/february 2008

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