Are you looking for a new career? Perhaps you’ve been drawn to the rewarding possibilities of a Massage Therapy career, but aren’t sure if there are enough jobs out there. At Cohutta Healing Arts Institute, we consistently receive Continue reading
Ellijay’s Cohutta Healing Arts Institute will host an American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR course on Continue reading
When your career involves taking care of your clients’ physical needs and helping them to live healthier, more holistic lives, do you pay attention to taking care of your self too? Students at Cohutta Healing Arts Institute not only learn about Continue reading
Cohutta Healing Arts Institute Relates Therapist’s Stories
“My right arm hurts” the client told me at her first session. “It’s near the elbow, and hurts after I’ve been working for a long time.” We reviewed her health history together, and then I started the massage session with Continue reading
Cohutta Healing Arts Institute, School of Massage, is pleased to announce the graduation of it’s first class. James Malone and Patricia Babin have successfully completed the rigorous 755 hour program and are poised for Continue reading
Michael Shirley is in his second quarter of his massage therapy certification program at Cohutta Healing Arts Institute (CHAI). He and his classmates recently attended the introductory Continue reading
Cohutta Healing Arts Institute Instructors Attend Conference for Health Professionals in Atlanta
Instructors from Cohutta Healing Arts Institute (CHAI) took part in a professional massage therapy conference in Atlanta, GA recently. The ONE Concept Health Professional Conference and Wellness Expo was held on May 16th – 18th and brought together Continue reading
ABMP and ELAP influences curriculum at CHAI.
Patricia Babin, Instructor and Director of Administration at Cohutta Healing Arts Institute (CHAI), was one many massage school directors to take part in the ABMP School Issues Forum in Boulder, Colorado last week. Her impression of everyone associated with ABMP (Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals) was resoundingly positive.
Kay entered the Massage Therapy Certification Program at CHAI well into midlife. “It’s a challenge. I wasn’t able to go to school after high school. I got married and raised a family and put my husband through school. Recently I thought ‘Why not?’ I’m going for it!” Continue reading
Oriental medicine has intertwined with Western medicine in many holistic disciplines, including Massage Therapy. A typical Oriental bodywork session may begin with questions about the client’s emotional state, energy, and appetite, in addition to physical symptoms. Continue reading