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Learn why self-care is critical to injury prevention for CEU credit


It’s time to talk about YOU! Soothe’s Therapist Success Team hears all the time that you don’t have the time to practice self-care, but have you ever thought about what the consequences of not taking “me time” may mean for you in terms of injury? 

Earn 2.0 CEU credits by taking Self-Care for Massage Therapists: Injury Prevention which gives an overview of how to incorporate best practices for self-care during your massage treatments. Learn how to take the best care of yourself when you are able to see clients again by incorporating these tips into your normal routine.

Check out part one of this complimentary two-part series on self-care from AMTA by visiting the course description page here.

When you finish this course, you will be able to:

  1. Design proper warm-up and cool-down strategies incorporating passive, general, and focused therapies.
  2. Incorporate a general fitness and strength building regimen as part of a self-care plan.
  3. Employ an early detection strategy to prevent injury.

About the author(s)
Sandra Anderson, LMT has certifications in massage therapy, shiatsu, and Thai massage. For 12 years she instructed at the Desert Institute of the Healing Arts in Tucson, AZ, and she has authored five textbooks.

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