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Our 9 month program is the only one of it’s kind in Nebraska. With expert tutelage, and a hands-on approaches to a plethora of massage techniques, your skills and knowledge will amass with ease.

Scroll through the various courses and techniques below to learn more specifics about each.

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lotus-512OUR PROGRAM

Our 9 month program is the only one of it’s kind in Nebraska. With expert tutelage, and a hands-on approaches to a plethora of massage techniques, your skills and knowledge will amass with ease.

Scroll through the various courses and techniques below to learn more specifics about each.

Line-lotus2018-19 CLASS SCHEDULE

 

START DATES

March 8, 2018

September 6, 2018

September 6, 2018

COMPLETION

December 8, 2018

June 6, 2019

June 6, 2019

CLASS DAYS & TIMES

Monday-Thursday PM  |  1:30p – 5:30p

Monday-Thursday AM  |  9:00a – 1:00p

Monday-Thursday PM  |  5:30p – 9:30p

DATES and TIMES

March 8, 2018- December 8, 2018
Mon-Thurs PM  |  1:30p – 5:30p

September 6, 2018- June 6, 2019
Mon-Thurs AM  |  9:00a – 1:00p

September 6, 2018- June 6, 2019
Mon-Thurs PM  |  5:30p – 9:30p

A new class is formed approximately every quarter. Call us at 402.331.8383 for specifics.
Please note: A minimum of 4 student applications are necessary to initiate a class.

 

A new class is formed approximately every quarter. Call us at 402.331.8383 for specifics. Please note: A minimum of 4 student applications are necessary to initiate a class.

Line-lotusANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY

MODULE 1, 2 |  350 Hours

Students will gain a thorough knowledge of the human body with an integraded study of the human body in which structure and function are viewed in both normal and abnormal situations. Instruction progresses from the cellular to the system level, emphasizing the intricate interactions between the structures and function necessary to promote health.

The students will gain a thorough knowledge of the human body by first establishing an understanding of the structures and organization of the human body by examining the following major body systems: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, digestive, excretory, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, endocrine, and reproductive. The lectures and laboratory exercises are designed to foster an appreciation for the relationship between the science of the body systems and the healing art of massage.

Line-lotusPATHOLOGY

MODULE 1 |  100 Hours

Students will receive an understanding of the structural and functional changes related to disease processes including etiology, pathogenesis, morphologic changes, functional derangements, and clinical significance as it relates to the practice of massage. This understanding is accomplished by examining the terminology unique to the study of abnormal anatomy and physiology as well as the specific disease and infectious processes pertaining to massage therapy that result from emotional, physical and mental stresses to the human body.

Line-lotusMASSAGE 1 / CLINICAL

MODULE 1, 2 |  125 Hours

Initial study will include historical background, physiological effects, indications/contraindications, establishing therapist-client contact, draping techniques, and familiarization with various tools of the trade. Study will continue with the study, practice, and application of reflexology, polarity, and deep tissue massage, sports massage, on–site chair massages, and pregnancy massage.

Line-lotusMASSAGE 2 / CLINICAL

MODULE 2, 3 |  125 Hours

Providing students the opportunity to experience working in a clinical practice allows them to develop the confidence needed to promote and maintain a healthy professional practice. Participants begin to encounter the professional environment and synthesize their clinical skills and procedures, refine technique, redefine professional goals and discuss case profiles under clinical supervision.

Line-lotusHEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT / ETHICS

MODULE 2 |  100 Hours

Students will acquire the tools to create, maintain, and grow a professional and ethical massage therapy business. Topics covered include professional ethics, legal and malpractice concerns, office records and protocol, financial management, business promotion, state laws, rules and regulations, and tax information.

Line-lotusHYGIENE

MODULE 3 |  100 Hours

Students will be made aware of sanitation and sterilization processes, including disease and infection prevention as it applies to massage therapy as well as universal precautions. This course also focuses on the daily lifestyle practices that affect ones physical and mental well being, including proper nutrition, exercise, rest habits, stress management, and environmental concerns.

Line-lotusHYDROTHERAPY

MODULE 3 |  100 Hours

This course discusses the theory and practice of Hydrotherapy, the scientific application of water, in all three of its physical forms, for the purposes of therapy and rehabilitation. Students will learn and practice the correct use of hot, cold, contrast applications, ice packs, hot packs, paraffin baths, salt glows, sauna, steam and related techniques.

Line-lotusCPR / FIRST AID / AED CERTIFICATION

MODULE 3

With an emphasis on hands-on learning, our First Aid/CPR/AED courses give you the skills to save a life. All course options align with OSHA’s Best Practices for Workplace First Aid Training Programs and are available in classroom and blended learning formats. Certification is issued upon successful completion.

ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY

MODULE 1, 2 |  350 Hours

Students will gain a thorough knowledge of the human body with an integraded study of the human body in which structure and function are viewed in both normal and abnormal situations. Instruction progresses from the cellular to the system level, emphasizing the intricate interactions between the structures and function necessary to promote health.

The students will gain a thorough knowledge of the human body by first establishing an understanding of the structures and organization of the human body by examining the following major body systems: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, digestive, excretory, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, endocrine, and reproductive. The lectures and laboratory exercises are designed to foster an appreciation for the relationship between the science of the body systems and the healing art of massage.

PATHOLOGY

MODULE 1 |  100 Hours

Students will receive an understanding of the structural and functional changes related to disease processes including etiology, pathogenesis, morphologic changes, functional derangements, and clinical significance as it relates to the practice of massage. This understanding is accomplished by examining the terminology unique to the study of abnormal anatomy and physiology as well as the specific disease and infectious processes pertaining to massage therapy that result from emotional, physical and mental stresses to the human body.

MASSAGE 1 / CLINICAL

MODULE 1,2 |  125 Hours

Initial study will include historical background, physiological effects, indications/contraindications, establishing therapist-client contact, draping techniques, and familiarization with various tools of the trade. Study will continue with the study, practice, and application of reflexology, polarity, and deep tissue massage, sports massage, on–site chair massages, and pregnancy massage.

MASSAGE 2 / CLINICAL

MODULE 2,3 |  125 Hours

Providing students the opportunity to experience working in a clinical practice allows them to develop the confidence needed to promote and maintain a healthy professional practice. Participants begin to encounter the professional environment and synthesize their clinical skills and procedures, refine technique, redefine professional goals and discuss case profiles under clinical supervision

MANAGEMENT/ETHICS

MODULE 2 |  100 Hours

Students will acquire the tools to create, maintain, and grow a professional and ethical massage therapy business. Topics covered include professional ethics, legal and malpractice concerns, office records and protocol, financial management, business promotion, state laws, rules and regulations, and tax information.

HYGIENE

MODULE 3 |  100 Hours

Students will be made aware of sanitation and sterilization processes, including disease and infection prevention as it applies to massage therapy as well as universal precautions. This course also focuses on the daily lifestyle practices that affect ones physical and mental well being, including proper nutrition, exercise, rest habits, stress management, and environmental concerns.

HYDROTHERAPY

MODULE 3 |  100 Hours

This course discusses the theory and practice of Hydrotherapy, the scientific application of water, in all three of its physical forms, for the purposes of therapy and rehabilitation. Students will learn and practice the correct use of hot, cold, contrast applications, ice packs, hot packs, paraffin baths, salt glows, sauna, steam and related techniques.

FIRST AID

MODULE 3

With an emphasis on hands-on learning, our First Aid/CPR/AED courses give you the skills to save a life. All course options align with OSHA’s Best Practices for Workplace First Aid Training Programs and are available in classroom and blended learning formats. Certification is issued upon successful completion.