Esalen Massage® 100 Hour Certification

April 19, 2020

June 19, 2020

4:00 pm To 2:00 pm

34 Lake Cove Road, Flat Rock, NC 28731, United States

https://www.stillpointwell.com/certification

$1895

828-747-2333

100

https://www.stillpointwell.com/new-products-1/robin-fann-costanzos-introduction-to-esalen-massage-dvd

Event Description

Available to licensed massage and practitioners only, this unique 100 hour training will be taught in three modules, provide a deep understanding of the spirit and principles of Esalen massage, and allow you to become a certified Esalen Massage Practitioner. Experiential learning classes will enable students to develop a balance between technique, intuition, and creativity. Each day we will move through different areas of the body focusing on a variety of techniques to address muscle tension, body holding patterns, and injury.  Our study of massage technique is augmented through applied anatomy, awareness practices, methods of self-care, and communication skills. This training is designed to be deeply transformational and will give you tools for awakening your senses and bringing more awareness to your massage practice and your life. It is for certified massage & bodywork practitioners wanting to deepen their bodywork practice and add the Esalen approach to their work. Following the satisfactory completion of this program, students wishing to complete the certification process will have 6 months to document massage sessions. Upon payment of a $150 processing fee, an Esalen Massage & Bodywork Certificate will be issued.

Organizers

Robin Fann-Costanzo

About the Instructor

Robin Fann-Costanzo

Robin has been working at the Esalen Institute and internationally since 1992 as an Esalen massage staff member, instructor, and registered yoga teacher.   In addition to Esalen massage, Robin brings a lifetime of experienced as a trained dancer and has extensive training in craniosacral therapy, somatoemotional release, gestalt therapy, life coaching, and dance therapy.

Her love for learning and teaching led her to collaborate in the development of Esalen teacher’s training program.  Robin is featured in the Esalen massage DVD and in 2017 released her own full length instructional Esalen Massage tutorial.  She has developed  continuing education programs taught at Esalen and offers classes in Asheville, NC where she currently resides with her husband and daughters. 

In 2012 at the World Massage Festival, Robin was honored for her years of dedication in the field of massage and bodywork, by being inducted into the World Massage Hall of Fame!

Registration Details

Payment plans are available.At checkout use the code: PAYMENTPLAN and an invoice will be sent to you via email shortly after.  Early Bird Discount ends January 31, 2020.

Accommodation and meals available for an additional fee To experience the full spectrum of healing benefits from this workshop we highly recommend on-site lodging.
Room prices include 5 nights stay and meals (dinner Tue night, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Wed-Sat and Breakfast and Lunch on Sun)

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Massage Therapy

Massage therapy continuing education courses are more than a hurdle to jump for license renewal. Massage therapists today are presented with an incredible array of opportunities to hone their craft, learn new techniques, and expand their practice into new areas. With topics ranging from new modalities to how to build a business, massage CE workshops offer something for every bodyworker.

For NCBTMB recertification, massage therapists must complete 24 credit hours of massage CE classes every two years. Three of those hours must be in research, three must be in ethics, and no more than four can be in self-care. Hands-on CE workshops, seminars, and distance learning offer plenty of ways to fulfill the 24-hour requirement.