Therapeutic Spa Certification Training

75 Hour Certification Training
with Shoshanna DiBetta

4 modules offered every other month.
Begins October 2012 through Summer 2013.
Held at The Potomac Massage Training Institute,
5028 Wisconsin Ave, Washington, DC.

The Therapeutic Spa Certification Training offers the opportunity to promote wellbeing and balanced health by incorporating Spa Treatments into your massage therapy practice. This 75 hour program is presented in 4 course modules each being held over a weekend for 18-19 hrs. each. Friday evening’s will entail competency check-in’s and exam.

In the past two decades, massage therapy has gained mainstream recognition as a highly valuable therapeutic modality for pain relief, relaxation, and rehabilitation. Complementary therapies such as aromatherapy, hydrotherapy, and several other spa treatments also offer numerous applications and benefits. Due to the increased popularity of these modalities, they are now in great demand and are widely promoted and practiced in the spa industry business.

While we see continued increases in personal and societal stress levels, as well as a rise in chronic illness, we find more and more people turning to holistic integrative healing methods to assist them in regaining their health. The physical demand that therapeutic massage places on the massage therapist also calls us as professionals to diversify our practices and add services that benefit our clients and add longevity to our careers. With these points in mind, the Potomac Massage Training Institute is now offering a new and unique advanced training in Spa Therapies.

PMTI’s Therapeutic Spa Certification Series offers the opportunity to promote wellbeing and balanced health by incorporating Spa Therapies into our massage practices. This 75-hour certification training is presented in four course modules each being held over a weekend for

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18-19 hours each. Participants may enroll in the entire program or in the individual modules. For those wishing to obtain the full certification, a two hour final exam is required with both academic and practical components. Students who satisfactorily complete this requirement will receive a Certificate of Achievement.

Frequently Asked Questions…. What is a Certification Series?

PMTI’s advanced training is more comprehensive and detailed than your usual continuing education class. Building on the successful methods of PMTI’s Professional Training Program, these courses will include homework and assessments/exams – both academic and practical. If you complete the hours, pass the required assignments and are paid in full, you will be awarded a “Certificate of Achievement”* at the end of Module IV.** You will be able to add “PMTI-Certified in Therapeutic Spa Therapies” to your credentials. In addition, eachsec tion of the series is approved by the NCBTMB for continuing education hours. If you do not complete all sections of the series, students agree not to claim this “Certification.”

*NCBTMB guidelines state that a Certificate of Achievement is awarded in a course where a final examination is passed by the student. ** Students who havepreviously taken Hot Stone Massage with Shoshanna DiBetta at the Potomac Massage Training Institute may waive this Module from the Certification Series.

Where and when do the classes meet?
All classes take place on weekends at PMTI – 5028 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite LL, Washington, DC 20016- just two blocks from the Friendship Heights station on Metro’s Red Line. Friday night classes begin at 6:00 p.m. and run until 8 or 9 p.m. (depending on the module). Saturday and Sunday classes run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The dates and times for each module are as follows:

Module One: Hot Stone Therapy
October 19-21, 2012
Fri. 6-9pm; Sat. & Sun. 9am-6pm

Module Two: Therapeutic Spa Therapies
Fri. 6-8pm; Sat. & Sun. 9am-6pm

Module Three: Aromatic Spa Work- The Magic of Essential Oils & Spa Work
Fri. 6-9pm; Sat. & Sun. 9am-6pm

Module Four: Ayurvedic Spa & Bodywork
Fri. 6-9pm; Sat. & Sun. 9am-6pm

Can I take individual modules in the series?
Yes, each module is NCBTMB-approved for a certain number of credit hours. If you are not completing the entire certification series, plan on attending the Saturday and Sunday hours only-you will receive a price reduction (see below).

I’ve already taken Hot Stone Massage -Do I need to take it again to be certified?
Students who have previously taken Hot Stone Massage with Shoshanna DiBetta at the Potomac Massage Training Institute may waive this Module from the Certification Series.

What are some of the advantages of PMTI’s Certification series?
Shoshanna DiBetta, a popular senior faculty member of PMTI’s Professional Training Program since 2001, has been teaching spa techniques to PMTI students and practicing therapists for over 10 years.

Also, PMTI has been a nationally-recognized leader in the field of massage therapy education since 1976. Our innovative methods produce therapists who are in high demand by numerous employers upon graduation. This Therapeutic Spa Technique series, our Structural Myofascial Certification series (Mike Duggan), our Active Isolated Stretching series (Clyde Anderson) and others like it currently in development are the graduate “Level 4” of our current three level professional training program. However, this education is now available to any graduate of a certified massage school.

How does the cost of this series stack up with other Continuing Education Programs?
As one of the few remaining non-profit organizations in the field of massage therapy education, PMTI is committed to keeping education costs affordable -for

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students, professionals, and the community alike. The cost of this continuing education series is $20 per credit hour, or $1,500. Similar programs range from $22 to $30 per credit hour.

Register and pay tuition in full for the entire series prior to July 15, 2012, your tuition will be discounted to: $1,275!

How are the courses priced if I pay for them individually?
Each individual class costs $375. These courses may be taken separately (attend Saturday and Sunday hours only) at $325 for those not seeking Certification.

Your Required Textbook is: .
Spa Bodywork: A Guide or Massage Therapists. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2006.
Anne Williams.

Recommended Readings….
Natural Spa and Hydrotherapy: Theory and Practice. Prentice Hall, 2009.
Ann Mihina & Sandra Anderson.

Aromatherapy for Bodyworkers. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007.
Jade Shutes & Christina Weaver.

Ayurvedic Spa. Lotus Press, 2007.
Melanie & Robert Sachs.

Potomac Massage Training Institute

5028 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite LL, Washington, DC 20016

(202) 686-7046 – www.pmti.org