Earn Your Basic FMT Certification
You’ll learn the Finesse Massage Technique during 6 days of training. Class is held from 1 pm to 5 pm daily.
The class includes 20 hours of hands-on kinesthetic learning and 4 hours of theory about fascia and bio-kinesiology. After the training you will be able to complete a full-body FMT massage in 90 minutes, as well as educate your clients about the role of fascia in pain, tension, and physical performance.
Workshops are held at Dao House in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado. Nestled in the warm inviting embrace of Estes Valley, the hamlet of Estes Park (elevation 7500′) is the doorway to the world-famous Rocky Mountain National Park. From Dao House you have a full view of the Rocky Mountains and, most notably, Long’s Peak (elevation 14,259′). The entire valley has long been revered as a place of peace and healing.
Since workshops are held in the afternoons, you will be able to explore the surrounding areas daily. We suggest you bring your family! There are activities for all ages. Enjoy hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, swimming, hot-tubbing, fishing, shopping, and more!
Cost for the class and certification is $950. Food and lodging are not included. Dao House offers a discount rate for class participants. You may also choose to share a room with another class participant for further savings.
A $50 discount is available for early registration, with a down payment of $100.
Flexible payment plans are available.
Upcoming Class Dates
- June 19-24
- July 17-22
- August 14-19
- September 11-16
- October 16-21
Testing for certification is a hands-on practicum in the last 2 days of class, performed on your instructor. This ensures that you get the best feedback possible, so you can excel in bringing FMT to your clients.
This class is NCBTMB approved. You will earn 24 CEs towards board certification.
Most states also require continuing education for registered/licensed massage therapists. This class is accepted by most* state registration departments.
*Some states (including Texas) require state-approved CE providers. Most states accept CEs from an NCBTMB-approved provider; this class is taught by an NCBTMB approved provider. Please check with your state’s continuing education requirements.