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The purpose of this group is for massage therapists who reside in and around the Greater San Antonio area to have an opportunity to connect, network and build community.

Members: 19
Latest Activity: Jun 16, 2013

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What are you planning for Valentine's Day for your massage clients?

Started by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB Feb 6, 2011.

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Comment by Katharine Koeppen on June 16, 2013 at 6:53pm

Need CEUs or simply want to refresh your practice with a new skill? Aromaceuticals has just scheduled summer and fall classes in aromatherapy and reiki. Learn from a dynamic instructor in Dallas with 20 years clinical experience. For detailed course descriptions and registration, visit aromaceuticals.com/classes or call 214.428.6668.

Comment by Jeni Spring, LMT / Heeling Sole on February 21, 2012 at 8:09pm

There is still some room in next months Ashiatsu class in San Antonio! Come learn a great body-saving technique and dish out a deep tissue session painlessly. (for you and your clients!)

http://www.heelingsole.com/workshops.html

Comment by Cheryl B. Victor on November 2, 2011 at 8:25pm

Feel called to work with elders....but don't know where to start?

Attend a Compassionate Touch Workshop and gain the skills and self-confidence you need to serve this growing population!

 

Why Compassionate Touch Training?

Compassionate Touch is a hands-on complementary approach for those in eldercare, hospice and palliative care.  It combines focused touch and sensitive massage with specialized communication skills to help enhance the quality of life for those in later life stages.

Our training empowers massage therapist and other health care professionals to serve this expanding population with confidence and celebrate the mutual benefits of this uplifting work.

 

2011 is the year to expand your practice and get paid for your passion!

$25 off for all AMTA members

Register Now Bring a friend and receive 50% off their registration

 

 Houston area workshops in 2011!

Compassionate Touch Level 1 Workshop

  December 2-4, 2011

Where:  The Grace Care Center of Katy

23552 W. Fernhurst Drive Katy, Texas 77494

 

Early registration, group rates and payment plans available - call 417-844-8514

Register on line @ compassionate-touch.org

NCBTMB #324616-00

FL Provider #50-8934

Comment by Katharine Koeppen on October 12, 2011 at 11:31pm
I've just scheduled a new intro level aromatherapy CEU class, plus a low cost women's aromatherapy event, both in November. Also, Aromaceuticals will be participating in the FREE Girls' Night Out women's health festival at Medical City Hospital in Dallas. Please visit the website for more details...
Comment by andrea schmidt on February 16, 2011 at 3:25pm
Hi, I am new to the San Antonio area.  I just opened my own little practice, any words from the wise?
Comment by Jeni Spring, LMT / Heeling Sole on February 7, 2011 at 10:46am

Bonnie: I'm offering an Ashi-Thai class on February 22-23 in San Antonio if you are interested.

 

Ashi-Thai is an adaptation of traditional Thai massage set up on the table, using overhead bars for balance, support and greater leverage. When Thai is up on the table, you are able to utilize the "dangle-effect" as I call it, and passively stretch your clients into a deeper range of motion as their limbs have the ability to extend beyond the boundaries of the table into space - you can literally watch them melt! Gravitational forces from the dangle-effect, as well as deep compression using the natural weight of your body help to release chronic tension easily and effectively.

 

Using the overhead Ashiatsu bars for leverage will help you twist and lift your clients weightlessly into space, expanding their sensations and perceptions of motion. The ability to deeply stretch and move your clients in your massage sessions is so much fun, and has so many amazing benefits. It's like a 3-D massage! 

 

If you have any questions, you can check out my site or contact me anytime.

Comment by Bonnie Bergara on February 7, 2011 at 12:36am
Thanks a lot, Ariana.  Your info is a big help.  I've been interested in Thai for a while now and have decided to pursue it this year.  By the way, I really enjoyed the classes you taught in Austin.
Comment by Ariana Vincent, LMT, MTI, BCTMB on February 6, 2011 at 12:30am
Hi Bonnie - Kerri La Balle teaches Thai Massage in Austin. Shama Kern has some great free videos on his site. Roberto Leal used to teach Thai massage in San Antonio. Mark Uridel teaches Thai in Austin. I've studied with all four and they come highly recommended.
Comment by Bonnie Bergara on January 24, 2011 at 2:52pm

Hi San Antonio!

I'm down here in Karnes County.  I'm looking for a Thai Massage class anywhere in Texas.  Can anyone tell me where to look or who to contact?

Comment by Melanie Bacuno on March 12, 2010 at 11:40am
Volunteer opportunity in San Marcos - Embassy Suites
Website: ride2recovery.com
Contact: Mary Nieder

Job Description: Looking for a way to use your talents to give back to our Soldiers? Why not help with the Ride 2 Recovery Bike Ride benefiting Wounded Warriors. We need 30 Massage Therapist and Nail Technicians as VOLUNTEERS to give approximately 3 hours of their time and labor for this worthy and honorable event.

This event will be Tuesday April 6, 2010 from 2pm-5pm. Stay all three hours or one hour, we can use all the help for this event we can get. Massage Therapist will help the guys after they arrive and cool down, and Nail Technicians will aide the Soldiers in fixing up any problems the riders may have with their feet.

Please be sure to bring along your own supply of hand sanitizers, face covers, and your business cards. The Riders/Soldiers will arrive at the Embassy Suites between 2-3pm, and many will need lots of TLC on those tired bodies. The cyclists are "wounded warriors" - U.S. veterans who have received war injuries - who have turned to cycling to boost their physical and mental rehabilitation.

The riders will leave San Antonio, go through Seguin and on to San Marcos where they will stay the night, and then on to Arlington the next day. Local American Legions from around the area will be on hand to feed our riders also. If you have a massage chair (or not) and are a LMT, or a Nail Technician I would love to include you in to help us with this cause. Please pass this email along to any of your colleagues that might want to participate.

Several therapists have asked how they can help if they cannot attend, we will gladly accept any donations such as disposable face covers, disposable gloves, sanitizers, or even lend us a chair if you might have an extra one.

If you are interested please call Mary Nieder at 512-805-5300 or you may also email Melanie at mbacuno@massagetherapy.com for more details.

Thanks!
 

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