MaMassage® Prenatal Massage Therapy Training

March 14, 2020

March 15, 2020

9:00 am To 6:00 pm

Pacific College of Oriental Medicine - New York, William Street, New York, NY, United States




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Event Description

MaMassage® Prenatal Massage Therapy training: The next session at PCOM-NY (110 William St. NY, NY 19th FL) will be held on: Saturday and Sunday, March 14th and 15th, 2020, 9AM-6PM each day. CLASS IS ALREADY FILLING UP! Class Requirements and Description: You must attend both full days of the workshop. (Participants MUST be NYS Licensed Massage Therapists license pending, with approval by supervisor.) Upon successful completion of the entire workshop and an exam, you can receive: • NYS 24 Approved Continuing Education Units for LMTs • 16 NCBTMB Units Approved • MaMassage® Prenatal Massage Therapy Certification (exam required) During this class, students will: • Learn how to provide safe and effective massage therapy to clients during pregnancy • Practice integrated Eastern & Western massage techniques to treat common discomforts associated with pregnancy • Examine potential complications, cautions and contraindications, as well as benefits, and helpful techniques for pregnant clients • Treat pregnant clients under supervision Classes will consist of 4 hours of pre-class preparation, 16 classroom hours and 4 clinical hours to be completed after the training within a specified time period. Registrants will be given two assignments to complete prior to the class, including the purchase of a textbook ($40 new) from which significant reading assignments will be given, as well as a film to view and a brief writing assignment. NCBTMB members may receive a loaner book (with option to purchase.)


Kiera Nagle, MA, LMT

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About the Instructor

Kiera Nagle, MA, LMT  has been practicing massage and Reiki for close to a decade. She has worked in integrative settings such as the University of Nebraska Medical Center, providing massage therapy to patients at the Olson Center for Women’s Health. She teaches massage therapy at CUNY-Queensborugh Community College, supervises massage interns at Northwell – Katz’ Women’s Hospital. and is faculty at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where she is also the Director of the Asian Holistic Health and Massage Therapy Program. 

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Through pregnancy massage CE courses, you can learn how to perform sidelying massage, address the most common physical complaints expecting mothers have and watch for contraindications. Some comprehensive prenatal massage courses will also cover infant massage techniques. Anyone looking to specialize in pregnancy massage may want to consider courses in how to assist doulas and midwives around delivery time.