Client Positioning Home Study

One of your most important jobs as a massage therapist starts before your begin your massage with proper positioning. Every client is different and there are many causes of postural variations and muscular-skeletal tension. Some are congenital, others may be due to an accident or injury, still others may be caused by repetitive use of certain muscles, poor positioning or may be the result of cumulative physical and emotional stress. Proper positioning is better for you and your clients. Helping your client recognize and become aware of the difference between tension and relaxation can have enormous benefits. When a client is positioned properly your work becomes easier and more effective.

This workshop reviews theĀ muscular skeletal supportĀ needs of clients in supine, side lying, 3/4 prone and prone position.

2 CE Hours