Intro to Barefoot Massage Training Online Home Study course for massage therapists combines three different techniques. Ashiatsu, Fijian and Barefoot Stretch Massage combo gives you an idea of which technique is a good fit for you. Plus, there is no need for Ashiatsu bars or a massage table or special equipment.
Great for new and veteran massage therapists! You don’t need to invest in any complicated equipment. Additionally, you work at your own pace. And you receive 12 CE toward the renewal of your license. The intro training course is for LMT that need NCBTMB CEU’s.
The course covers, history, contraindications and benefits. Along with hands-on technique, marketing and multiple choice questions. When finished click the arrow next to the course name to download your certificate.
NCBTMB has changed the rules for new home studies and online courses. There are multiple choice questions along with essay questions. Just copy and paste the answers in the fields.
Of course, Ashiatsu is a modality that uses your feet. The client can be on the massage table or on a mat on the floor. For this portion, you will learn the seated routine. So, all you need is a face cradle and lotion. We use Elixir of Life Alchimiste, organic and natural deep tissue massage cream. And a chair if you prefer.
Comparatively, the barefoot strokes are long, deep and very relaxing. Use an antibacterial wipe for the body. And be sure your feet are nice an smooth before putting them on your client.
Fijian massage strokes are short. You the therapist sits through the entire routine, so you will need a chair. Unlike, Ashiatsu, the client wears clothes. And you might want to use a mat with a face cradle.
In this case, each stroke is very deep. Furthermore, you can wear socks. Or just make sure your feet are nice and smooth and use an antibacterial wipe to clean them. Here the moves are neuro-muscular like.
Similarly, Barefoot Stretch Massage is done with client fully dressed. In addition, it is an effective way to stretch your client. But instead of getting on your hands and knees, you will stand erect. Instead of picking up body parts with your hands, you will use your feet. And use the back of two chairs for balance.
Michelle Mace, CEO of The Barefoot Masters®is a developer of continuing education materials and classes. She offers nine different hand-saving techniques and over a dozen CE classes for massage. As a 20 year veteran of massage, her passion is to create career-saving options for massage therapists. For more info: https://TheBarefootMasters.com