Welcome to our next class in the Practical Approaches™ Series: REFLEXOLOGY!
ATTENTION MASSAGE THERAPISTS!
Join us in our Practical Approaches to Reflexology for Everyday Treatments class and explore the intricate workings of the feet. Through this course, you will develop customized and relaxing foot treatments for your clients, enhancing their outcomes and providing them with a deeper understanding of the anatomy and structures of the feet and legs.
Our class teaches you the rich history and basis of reflexology in zone theory, and you’ll gain knowledge in basic reflexology techniques, other applications to the feet and legs, and the numerous benefits of reflexology to be used in your daily practice. You’ll learn to recognize indications and contraindications of foot treatment, understand the importance of proper footwear, and learn to care for your own feet through self-care at home treatments to share with your clients.
We believe that this exciting journey together will elevate your skills to new heights, and we’re offering a special price of $275 (normally $350) for this CEU development session (this is the last session before formal certification). This two-day course will grant you 10 hours of CEUs (granted after final review by NCBTMB) and takes place from February 25, 2023, to February 26, 2023, from 1 pm to 6 pm, at The Keplinger Institute in Bloomington, Indiana.
By joining our class you’ll learn how to seamlessly incorporate reflexology techniques into your massage to elevate client outcomes. Reserve your spot today by calling 812-333-3393 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to an upcoming software change, online booking for this class is unavailable so please call/email.
Are you ready to take your massage practice to the next level and empower yourself with the Reflexology-informed expertise you need? Don’t wait any longer; let’s get started!
The Keplinger Institute Proudly Presents:
Practical Approaches with Lymphatic Drainage in Everyday Massage Treatments
Two Day – 10 CEU – Workshop
Lymphatic drainage is a specialized form of massage that can profoundly impact the lymphatic system, helping to encourage lymph flow and drainage throughout the body. This type of massage can be very helpful in treating conditions such as lymphedema, sinus problems, and headaches. It can also be used to relax the body and promote overall lymphatic health.
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Why Practical Approaches with Lymphatic Drainage?
While lymphatic drainage massage requires special training and certification (as it should!), these courses are often five days to a week (or more) in length, require travel, and 80% of the time you’re using only 20% of the information for your investment of thousands of dollars. However, the Keplinger Institute’s KI RESULTS: Practical Approaches with Lymphatic Drainage in Everyday Massage Treatments is different, learn techniques you will use EVERY DAY in your treatments to improve your service, your client’s results, and your business’s bottom line. In this two-day (10-hour total) class, we will explore practical approaches to incorporating lymphatic drainage into your massage practice. We will cover topics such as the history and utilization of lymphatic techniques, how to assess lymphatic function, and specific lymphatic massage strokes and techniques.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
– Assess lymphatic function in clients
– Incorporate lymphatic drainage techniques into your existing massage practice
– Use specific lymphatic massage strokes and techniques to promote lymph flow and drainage
This class is approved for continuing education credits (10 CEUs) by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCTMB). Upon completion of this class, you will receive a certificate of completion indicating that you have earned 10 CEUs.
Are you ready to upgrade your practice in a weekend? Looking for a way to integrate lymphatic drainage massage skills and knowledge into your daily services? SIGN UP for the KI RESULTS: Practical Approaches with Lymphatic Drainage in Everyday Massage Treatments course today (Click here to go to our booking page)! Signing up for DAY ONE automatically signs you up for DAY TWO, five hours each day. Please see the booking page for exact dates and times).
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QUESTIONS? Please email Lisa@KeplingerInstitute.com
All Workshops and Classes take place LIVE and IN-PERSON at The Keplinger Institute: 205 N. College Ave, Suite 215, Bloomington, Indiana 47404
KI Stretch & Relax is not yoga…it’s not a workout…it’s a new way to feel GREAT! You don’t have to be a fitness junkie; you just have to want to feel better in your own skin (and who doesn’t???). For 45 Minutes our socially distanced class of six participants will be guided through active and passive stretches, assisted and supported as necessary, and breathwork to reduce stress and movement for flexibility. You will learn new and effective techniques for improving your life in your body.
Class sizes are limited, so book early and often by calling 812-333-3393 or clicking on to our class schedule (https://www.secure-booker.com/thatstherub/ClassSchedule/ClassSchedule.aspx) and signing up today!
KI Strength and Mobility (Wednesdays & Fridays at Noon)
is the answer to your question of how to keep fit and accountable. This class will improve your overall strength, increase mobility in those tight joints and increase flexibility. In each class, you will increase your mind-body connection using multiple techniques including breath, joint mobilization, and self-myofascial release using the Stick Mobility method, and more. This class is good for anyone who wants to be stronger, increase flexibility, and function better in their own skin. The possibilities are endless. This class meets YOU where you are – it is intensely engaging, with a relaxing at the end. Your body will thank you.
Class sizes are limited, so book early and often by calling 812-333-3393 or clicking on to our class schedule
(https://www.secure-booker.com/thatstherub/ClassSchedule/ClassSchedule.aspx) and signing up today!
This story begins on a somber note: my father passed away recently — and to be candid, some might say he died when he retired. He was a very passionate cook his entire life and it’s all he loved to do. Shortly after he retired he had a stroke and his health, slowly at times and quickly in others, declined, until he was no longer able to cook or taste things of which he was once a master. I learned a lot from my father; how to be passionate about the work I do, a good work ethic, and not living my life in fear of living. The last one by omission as my father never pursued what he really wanted: to own his own restaurant out of fear it would fail. From watching his trepidation growing up, I worked on building my resistance to fear and the skills for something I was passionate about.
Finding that passion took a lot of twists and turns, but eventually, I landed on the thing I knew I was meant to do. I have always (even as a child) been interested in the human body and anatomy, especially the way the body works.
As condensed as possible, my story:
While living in South Korea in the mid-1990s, I studied to become a group fitness instructor and entrepreneurially began a fitness program for the military children after school as a volunteer, while also teaching aerobics at Yongsan AIN, and conversational English at a nearby university – my education passion was sparked. After we moved (off to Germany that time) the volunteer position I’d created became a paid position, which proved there was demand in the market for what I wanted to teach. When we moved to Frankfort (Rhein-Main AFB), I added personal training to the mix and managed even more after-school programs for kids (this time a paid position, modeled on the one I created in Seoul), with, of course, a focus on physical fitness. More sparks.
The irony of that position was how excited I was to have my own office with a desk (not exactly physical fitness), which I didn’t use much as I was always playing with the kids. While in Germany a friend of mine, an occupational therapist, suggested she thought I would make a good massage therapist and the idea just stayed in the back of my head. Once I returned stateside — we were living in Utah in a small town on the south side of the Great Salt Lake – an hour away, Salt Lake City (at the time) was the capital of massage training (I don’t know if it is any longer) and after a tour of the Utah College of Massage Therapy campus, I was so excited I signed up for the program on a Friday, paid for my parking pass, quit my job and started classes that next Monday. As anyone who has been through massage school can tell you, it’s rigorous training and it changes your life, from the inside out — The very first day, I was hooked. I chose massage because it’s a vast field of change, opportunity, and many modalities to choose from so I knew I would never be bored with this job. That’s right! I’d found what I was passionate about.
I was also right that I would never be bored. My massage career in 21 years has had a lot of twists and turns, but I’m still doing bodywork and have really created my own style, which I introduced with That’s the Rub 12 years ago in our wonderful little burg of Bloomington. For the last five years, I’ve been teaching in the massage program I helped found at Ivy Tech some of my style and now I’m bringing it to our own school with the opening of Keplinger Institute of Massage and Wellness (website coming soon). Not only will be teaching massage professionals continuing education, we will be introducing wellness classes to the community while also working on our trade school curriculum to soon be able to train people for licensure.
Every day I choose to live through my passion for the anatomy of the human body that has followed me since my early childhood. Each time I strayed something brought me back to it. Anatomy, massage, fitness, nutrition, teaching, growing, and wellness, the options are endless, and I am most passionate about sharing them with YOU!
I invite you to join me for our FIST community offering: Ki for Stretch and Relax, and very soon for Guided Couples Massage, or any of the classes my passion leads us to. Sparks are flying, I’m excited about the adventure, I can’t wait to meet you!
That’s the Rub,