Getting to the Heat of the Matter

May 15, 2019

May 17, 2019

9:00 am To 6:00 pm

5232 East Pima Street, Tucson, AZ, USA

http://www.tucsoninstituteofmassage.com

$390

520-771-5697

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Event Description

Save your hands while learning to provide relief for your clients with basalt and marble stones. Using heat and cold, you can learn to design an advanced session in stone therapy and increase your productivity.

In this class, you will learn the physiological therapeutic effects of warm basalt and cool marble stones, indications, contraindications, and considerations, geothermal therapy, beneficial stone placement, and how to energetically cleanse your basalt and marble stones.

Organizers

Dianne 'Mo' Taith, LMT, CMMP

About the Instructor

Dianne, or Mo, as she prefers to be called, graduated in 2011 from a massage school located in Phoenix, AZ. Having been inspired by her own massage instructors, she set upon her career to learn as much as she could about different and varying venues that a career in massage therapy can take a therapist with the intent of one day becoming a massage therapy instructor, Mo began fine tuning her skills and sought out continuing education in Austin, TX and Northern California.

She began teaching career at ASIS Massage Education in 2015 while working as a massage therapist for Miraval Arizona Life in Balance Spa. In 2017 she joined Cortiva Institute as a full-time instructor and is currently working for  Greentoes North as an LMT and takes private clients at Affordable Massage Healing.

Registration Details

Registration can be made via our website or by calling 520-771-5697

$25.00 Early Registration if paid for by May 2, 2019

Related Classes

Hot/Cold Stone Therapy

A favorite of spas and relaxation-oriented practices, hot and cold stone massage use stones both as massage tools and placed along key points of the body. Hot stones are usually used for relaxation while cold stones can help with pain management. Various techniques use river stones, marble and even sea shells as tools.

The basics for spa therapy are taught in brief hot stone massage CE classes and longer courses can teach you how to use stones to address deep tissue concerns. The simplest techniques are incorporated into Swedish massage, but some providers base their approach on Japanese anma or Ayurvedic marma point techniques. If your practice emphasizes spirituality, explore courses that discuss using elemental stones and color therapy in sessions.