This virtual workshop will be lively group discussion about boundaries and roles as a massage professional. It is an opportunity for massage therapists to share and discuss specific ethical scenarios that arise in their practice and receive professional feedback and support.
In this discussion, the instructor will offer her years of experience in addition to pulling from the experience of other therapists in attendance to participants in gaining clarity for how to move forward with challenging situations. In this course you will:
Address ethical roles and boundaries for massage therapists
Introduce a six step resolution to evaluate ethical situations
Provide a peer support environment for therapist to discuss and mentor each other on specific ethical issues that arise in a massage practice
By creating a very safe and supportive environment, as well as a specific structure to work with different scenarios, this class will help each individual go back to their life outside the class and have the tools to know how to appropriately and effectively evaluate ethical situations.
81-B Central Ave Asheville, NC 28801
About the Instructor
Robin Fann-Costanzo has worked and taught in the massage and bodywork field since 1994 and encountered a variety of ethical dilemmas along the way! She has worked at the Esalen® Institute and served on their ethics board, as well as at The Post Ranch Inn spa, private practice, outcall and on the road.
Robin currently lives in Asheville, NC where she is co-owner of Stillpoint Wellness, one of Asheville's top rated wellness spas. Robin has been a long time teacher of yoga, Esalen Massage, ethics and Cranial Sacral therapy.
Register on the Still Point Wellness website