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SOLD OUT New York: March 8-9,2014; MaMassage- Kiera Nagle; 24 CEUs

MaMassage™ with Kiera Nagle, MA, LMT

Prenatal Massage Therapy Training

NYS -24 Approved Continuing Education Units for LMTs;
NCBTMB- 16 units approved.

Pacific College New York Campus-110 William Street   

March 8-9, 2013, 9:00-6PM

Participants must be NYS Licensed Massage Therapists

• Provide safe and effective massage therapy to women during pregnancy

•Practice integrated Eastern & Western massage techniques to treat common discomforts associated with pregnancy

•Examine potential complications, cautions and contraindications, as well as benefits, and helpful techniques for pregnant clients

Classes will consist of 4 hours of pre-class preparation, 16 classroom hours and 4 clinical hours to be completed after the training within a specified time period. Registrants will be given two assignments to complete prior to the class, including the purchase of a textbook from which significant reading assignments will be given, as well as a film to view and a brief writing assignment.

Kiera Nagle, MA, LMT serves as faculty and clinical supervisor, as well as the Assistant Dean of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-NY. She provided prenatal massage at University of Nebraska Medical Center in a groundbreaking integrative health partnership, and serves as Clinical Supervisor at Katz’s Women’s Hospital at NSUH-LIJ. She’s the mother of an amazing three year old. Please visit her website, kieranagle.com, for more info.

Registration fee: $400.

Earlybird Discount

by February 10th: $350                                             

10% discount for PCOM faculty & alumni

(refunds until 2 weeks prior minus $25 cancellation fee)

For more information, contact:

Cynthia Neipris 212-982-3456 x229 cneipris@pacificcollege.edu

 

NY- 24 units approved

NCBTMB-16 units approved

 

Classes will consist of 4 hours of pre-class preparation, 16 classroom hours and 4 clinical hours to be completed after the training within a specified time period. Registrants will be given two assignments to complete prior to the class, including the purchase of a textbook from which significant reading assignments will be given, as well as a film to view and a brief writing assignment.


NCBTMB members may receive a loaner copy of the book (with an option to purchase).