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Dr. Gina Willett, Ph.D. will be teaching “Brain Health: Mood, Metabolism, and Cognition” in Greensboro, North Carolina for a total of 6 CEU’s. For more information, use the “Send Inquiry” button above.
In terms of continuing education, therapeutic massage is a catch-all term for any massage technique that does not fall under a broad modality. Courses in this area are often geared toward improving your overall massage sessions or teaching lesser-known modalities. You can pick up new techniques, learn to use new tools or take foundation courses in new modalities.
Practical anatomy lessons and treatment protocols for specific muscle groups, conditions, and areas of the body are the most common therapeutic massage CE courses. Interesting approaches like two massage therapists working in tandem and integrative massage, combining multiple modalities in a single session, are also taught. You may be able to find courses in resort massage and branded modalities as well.
A low-key city with a neighborly atmosphere, Greensboro, North Carolina has urban trappings without the big-city crush. It spends its real estate on over 170 parks and gardens with a smattering of jazz clubs, museums and food carts filling in the blanks. Greensboro is less expensive and less traffic-congested than nearby Durham or Raleigh, but they're just a stone's throw away if you want more to see.
If you get the chance, visit during the first week of the month for First Fridays, a free monthly event downtown where musicians, artists and vendors gather to give you a taste of the city. Visiting bodyworkers interested in the holistic side of massage might also want to check out the Body Mind Spirit Expo, which hits Greensboro or neighboring cities at least once a year.