Course Description

Infant Massage Therapy and Technique Course (IMTT)

Infant Massage Therapy and Technique Course (IMTT) is designed specifically for massage therapists who want to learn current, evidence-based strokes for babies 0-12 months of age. In this continuing education class, students will learn safe and appropriate application of massage needed to work hands-on with infants. In depth information covered includes infant anatomy, contraindications, history & benefits, communication and development. Strokes and techniques are illustrated along with guided application and demonstration. Comprehensive SOAP notes, health history forms, consent forms, medical releases and feedback forms are provided and explained.

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Infant Massage Therapy and Technique Course (IMTT)

UPCOMING COURSE SCHEDULE


Jul / 18 & 19

Breckenridge, CO

Infant Massage Therapy and Technique Course
- IMTT -

IMTT @ CMC! The IMTT Continuing Education Course is right @ home in one of the best small college in the country. Thank you for making PediaTouch feel at home. Sign up now!


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Jul / 30 & 31

Boulder, CO

Infant Massage Therapy and Technique Course
- IMTT -

We are excited to meet all the students that signed up. Each class size is intentionally limited so that attention is given to all attendees. Sign up now. Do not miss this great opportunity!

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Coming Soon

Boston, MA

Infant Massage Therapy and Technique Course
- IMTT -

Thank you for those who have expressed interest in attending. We are in the process of finalizing a venue (and a date) in the Boston-area. For those of signed up already, we will accept each student by the order they applied.

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Meet The Instructor

Joy Dua, LMT, CIMT, CPMT

Joy is a licensed massage therapist, certified pediatric massage therapist and a professional massage instructor with the Steiner Education Group. Internationally certified in infant massage, Joy has worked extensively for many years with a variety of babies ranging from normal development to medically complex infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).


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