In response to the outbreak of Coronavirus Covid-19, the CDC recommends everyone wear adequate facial covering as an effective way to minimize the transmission of and exposure to respiratory illnesses, along with hand washing and keeping your hands away from your face. Continue reading
Cohutta Healing Arts Institute is proud to be sponsoring these amazing classes for licensed massage therapists to complete their continuing education requirements for license renewal. All courses are NCBTMB approved and qualify for CE credits in Georgia. All Course completions are reported directly to CE Broker for your convenience!
Professional CE Connection, established by CHAI Co-Owner Jennifer Houle, is a national leader in continuing education. Aimed at providing quality, useful techniques and skills to even the most seasoned therapist, instructors and courses are designed to make the learning process fun, easy, and stress-free. ProfessionalCEConnection.com
Most folks aren’t aware of exactly what an education in massage therapy entails. The Massage Therapy Certification Program at Cohutta Healing Arts Institute (CHAI) includes: Introduction to Massage Therapy; Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology; Massage Theory and Application; Advanced Techniques; Clinical Internship; Business and Marketing. Continue reading
We asked our recent Massage Therapy Certification graduates to describe their experience at Cohutta Healing Arts Institute from a student – now graduate – perspective. Here’s what they had to say: Continue reading
Day Class Fall Graduation 2018
This year’s Fall Graduation at Cohutta Healing Arts School of Massage held one of our most emotional Graduation Receptions in recent years, with faculty, students and their families expressing how much the experience has meant to them.
After the formalities of a keynote speaker and commencement of certificates, many attending gave heartfelt speeches regarding the influence that this school has had on them personally, as well as upon the community as a whole. Continue reading
Setting Client Priorities and Goals. Treatment Planning as To-Do List.
When it comes to Massage Therapy Session & Treatment Planning, the client’s priorities and treatment goals can and should be treated much like a to-do list.
Putting check marks next to daily, weekly, and monthly items can give you a sense of accomplishment, allow you to feel productive, and enable you to Continue reading
It is often said that Knowledge is Power…
The students at Cohutta Healing Arts (CHAI) School of Massage are definitely equipped with plenty of knowledge! The North Georgia Massage Therapy Certification Program is a total of 755 hours of training. Recognized by state and national boards, the program offers 50% more than the required hours. Students of CHAI receive a curriculum that includes Continue reading
“you cannot give what you do not have.” – milton trager
This is the second in a 2-part series by Leslie Byrd, LMT, CHAI graduate & contributing author to the CHAI Massage Blog. Part 1 focuses on self-care for the massage client.
Practice what you promote.
When you look at self-care as a licensed massage therapist (or as a massage therapy student), do you think only of your clients’ self-care, or do you actively consider your own self-care habits? Continue reading
Many Cohutta Healing Arts School of Massage graduates are working in Ellijay and the North Georgia area. Several have started their own professional practice and others are employed at spas, massage centers and chiropractic offices nearby.
One example of CHAI graduates’ success in the field of Massage Therapy is Continue reading
“Self-Care is the attitude and action that contributes to our happiness, balance, and well-being.”
The Day Class at Cohutta Healing Art Institute’s School of Massage has recently been discussing and learning How to Suggest Client Self-Care. CHAI students now know more about giving recommendations to their clients and are able to suggest stretches, exercises, home treatments and more for clients to do at home, in addition to returning for future sessions.
How do you think of self-care?
What actions and attitudes would you consider as self-care? Continue reading