In this 24 CE course
- Advanced techniques
- Leading edge fascia research
- How to teach the Finesse Massage Techniques to other therapists, both
- As a teacher’s assistant, and
- As the teacher, with Deborah as your teacher’s assistant
Your Takeaway From This Class Will Be
- Expanded techniques for specific parts of the body
- More detailed work with fascia structures
- Increased income when you teach other therapists the Finesse Massage Technique
Register for the FMT Basic Class
You’ll learn the Finesse Massage Technique during 6 days of training. Classes are held from 1 pm to 5 pm.
The class includes
- 12 hours of hands-on kinesthetic learning
- 8 hours of classroom training
- 4 hours as a teaching assistant
- 4 hours as a teacher, with Deborah as your teaching assistant
- 4 hours of theory about fascia and bio-kinesiology
After the training, you will have a deeper understanding of the role and action of fascia in the body, as well as be certified to teach the Finesse Massage Technique to other massage therapists.
Estes Park Location
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, in Estes Park, offers a discount rate for class participants. You may also choose to share a room with another class participant for further savings.
- Pay in full at registration, get $50 off!
- Make a $100 deposit now, create a payment plan (or pay the remainder in full) later.
2018 Class Dates
You have two training options!
Learn FMT over the course of two weekends in the Denver Metro area:
- May 5 – 7 and May 19 – 21
Or, choose a six day retreat in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado:
- October 1 – 6
Denver Metro Location
Weekend workshops are held in Broomfield, Colorado and are comprised of two sections. Section One starts Friday afternoon and ends Sunday afternoon of one weekend. You’ll have a weekend or two off, in between sections, to absorb theory and practice your skills.
Section Two will also be Friday afternoon through Sunday afternoon, and you will go home with your certification and new credentials!
This class is NCBTMB approved. You will earn 24 CEs towards board certification.
Most states 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.