Massage Therapy Principles and Practice Module 1: Relationships, Self-Care, Business and Research


Course Description

Course Description:

This course incorporates an exciting new focus on evidence-informed practice to enhance the reader’s scholarly literacy, while maintaining the text’s characteristic accessibility for massage students. Packed with vibrant images, detailed illustrations, and a commonsense approach, the text breaks down difficult concepts into palatable lessons that simplify learning. The goal is to focus on key concepts required for massage licensure forming the foundation of massage practice in both health care and wellness or spa settings. With the widening range of massage practices across the United States and Canada, massage practitioners are in high demand, particularly those cross-trained to work in a variety of settings, including spas, health clubs, hospitals, oncology wards, physical therapy, and chiropractic clinics.

Contact Hours: 5
Text Course Format: Text
Target Audience:
Instructional Level: Intermediate