November Education Courses

Infant Massage

Sunday November 3rd 9am to 3pm
$95 prepaid $105 at class

This is a Class designed to give the basics for massaging infants. A basic routine will be provided. No DVD will be available for this class. This is not a massage to be taught by video and if one was provided people would try to do it and hold me liable.

Infant Massage
Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy Massage

Sunday November 10th
9am to 3pm $95 prepaid $105 at class

Reflexology

Sunday November 17th
9am to 3pm $95 prepaid $105 at class

Medical & Orthopedic Massage Certification: Module 10, Balancing

Houston Location:Avalon School of Massage 2990 Richmond ste 200
Monday November 18th 9:30am-4:30pm
$105 prepaid $120 at class

This class is a clinical approach to the whole body.  This class combines the Deep Tissue Techniques classes in to a comprehensive massage.   This course reviews the overall anatomy, including a hand out with the major muscles; it reviews the endangerment sites, and has a hands-on portion of the class with an outline that is followed as we massage the whole body.  The hands-on portion is designed to teach the student how to identify and palpate the specific muscles reviewed earlier in class.  It is mainly a guideline to keep the student on track and help to provide a reminder of what was done in class so they can review it later.

Medical & Sports Massage Certification: Module 10, Balancing

Clear Lake Location: Relaxation Retreat 17000 El Camino Real Suite 103E
Sunday November 24th 9am to 3pm
$105 prepaid $120 at class

This class is a clinical approach to the whole body.  This class combines the Deep Tissue Techniques classes in to a comprehensive massage.   This course reviews the overall anatomy, including a hand out with the major muscles; it reviews the endangerment sites, and has a hands-on portion of the class with an outline that is followed as we massage the whole body.  The hands-on portion is designed to teach the student how to identify and palpate the specific muscles reviewed earlier in class.  It is mainly a guideline to keep the student on track and help to provide a reminder of what was done in class so they can review it later.