Postpartum Massage Clinic 4CEs

Postpartum Massage Clinic 4CEs
Refresh Your Practice
 
Friday  May 25th   2-6pm
Cedar Ridge Center 12719 Colfax Highway Suite 3, Grass Valley, California 95945
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Friday  Sept 7    2-6pm
Cedar Ridge Center 12719 Colfax Highway Suite 3, Grass Valley, California 95945
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Friday  Nov. 16    2-6pm
Cedar Ridge Center 12719 Colfax Highway Suite 3, Grass Valley, California 95945
 
This 4-hour massage class teaches an overview of:
Treatments for the postpartum client.
25% Lecture 75% Practice
 
For Massage therapists, bodyworkers, doulas and nurses.
 
4CES NCBTMB Approved
 
DRF™ Classes teach a vital skillset steeped in structural and fascial work to deeply support mom and baby during pregnancy, childbirth, and in postpartum recovery.
 
Check out our 40 hour Prenatal Certification Training
https://healingrivermassage.com/1058-2/prenatal-at-birth-and-postpartum-massage-training/
 
What students are saying about DFR Classes:
“Chula’s class gave me a well rounded understanding of prenatal massage and postnatal care. Her teaching style is organized, focused, and kind. She will wait until every last person is on the same page before moving on. I will continue to take every class she offers and encourage fellow body workers to do the same!”
 
“She was very patient and clear and very easy to pay attention to. Her enthusiasm for the subject was contagious”
 
“I really appreciate the book and all of the reference material that was provided”
 
“I loved all of the fascia techniques and Chula was very organized.”
 
A testimonial from a labor and delivery nurse and trained doula: “I’ve had several opportunities to utilize my training. At work I’ve been using the labor stimulation points to help with inductions, and have been doing a LOT of cross fiber work in the back area. It’s so funny- I had a laboring patient walk in and grab my hand. She directed me to her lower back and demanded I push there. I started doing a hip squeeze and cross fiber massage, and she let out a moan and said “that feels SO good.” It was so funny since I had barely even said two words to her! I’ve also used the forearm work with a patient who had carpal tunnel syndrome.”