Introduction to Breast Care and Breast Massage

March 6, 2020

March 7, 2020

9:30 am To 6:30 pm

11745 9th Ave NE, Seattle, WA, USA




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Event Description

16 in-person credits, including 8 Hands-on CEUs plus 2 Ethics CEUs for $320

March 6-7, 2020; Northgate, Seattle, WA

Email [email protected] with questions.

Class size is limited to 8 students, so material can be customized to students’ needs.

This class was created as a way for therapists to learn how to offer breast health education, as well as provide a quality chest and breast massage to healthy breast tissue. Techniques can be applied to all genders and the class is open to students of all genders. In particular, the regulations for providing breast massage in WA State and Alaska will be reviewed.

The first morning will be a lecture focusing on ethics, regulations and communication. In the afternoon we will review anatomy, breast self-massage and start trades with proper draping and a basic chest and breast massage protocol that can be included as part of any full-body massage.

Day 2 will focus on furthering our breast massage protocol for particular client populations, as well as lymphatic massage. We will also discuss relevant marketing and office consent policies to support breast massage in your practice. The day will finish with learning a thorough breast self-check and information about breast screening.

Yes, this class is open to students of all genders.
Yes, this class is customized to the students’ needs. If you have a question you would like discussed, please email me prior to class.

No, you do not have to receive massage directly on your breasts if you are not comfortable with that.

Yes, there will be bare breasts in the class, so if you are not comfortable with that, this class is not for you.

Yes, there will be an introduction to the lymph system.
Yes, this class will discuss breast surgeries.


Aubrey Lesicki, BS, LMT

11745 9th Ave NE



About the Instructor

For 20 years Aubrey Lesicki has taught and studied about the body from an integrative medicine approach. She is a leader in the arena of women’s health and holistic breast care. Emphasizing that the body’s wisdom is our best teacher, she applies a mind-body-spirit approach to her breast massage and wellness coaching practice. 

Through teaching hundreds of clients and therapists, Aubrey has distilled a decade of information into simple instructions that empower women to take their breast health into their own hands. Learn more at

Registration Details

Class open to practitioners of all genders

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Email [email protected] with questions

Text or call 206-395-4325 with questions

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