Bellabaci International, a South African natural wellness company and originator of the Bellabaci Body and Face Massage Systems, is pleased to announce its first Bellabaci training seminar in the U.S.
Newtown, Pennsylvania (PRWEB). Over the past 18 months Bellabaci has seen exponential growth in the U.S. and worldwide, and the Bellabaci Body Massage System is proving to be the easy natural treatment choice for removing unwanted cellulite and holistic therapy treatment methods for headache, migraine and fibromyalgia pain relief. Bellabaci is based on ancient Chinese cupping therapy and Hajima natural healing modalities, still practiced by millions of people daily in the East.
“This is an exciting and very important development for us,” said Keren Trabelsi, CEO of Bellabaci International. “We envision the Bellabaci Cupping Therapy Massage Techniques being offered in all massage therapy schools in the USA as part of their professional therapist massage curriculum and certification. The benefits to the practitioner and client are well documented and a career minded professional therapist should consider our treatment techniques as an alternative and integral service to the usual offerings for their clients.”
The company’s first Bellabaci training will be led by Carrie Ann Wiedeman and Pat Mayrhofer. The training seminar will be held at Bucks County LaSalle University Campus in Newtown, Pennsylvania, on Feb. 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Six national continuing education units toward professional accreditation will be earned by participants. For more information and to reserve your spot visit Bellabaci.com.
“We are extremely fortunate and happy to have two very capable and experienced people take up the Bellabaci banner and their commitment to educate massage practitioners in our unique massage techniques and products. Pat and Carrie are the quintessential professionals and we are delighted that they are part of the growing Bellabaci family,” said Derrick Z. Venter, sales and marketing director for Bellabaci.
Carrie Ann Wiedeman is a nationally certified massage therapist and a 20-year alternative health and beauty therapy veteran accredited as a Certified Manual Lymph Drainage Therapist specializing in decongestive therapy with emphasis on therapy for lymphedema sufferers. Wiedeman currently teaches Medical Terminology, Student Success, Career Success and Anatomy and Physiology courses for the Medical Assistant Program at Sanford Brown Institute in Trevose, Pennsylvania, as well as continuing education courses at state level. Wiedeman is also a somatic movement therapist and yoga instructor.
Patricia Mayrhofer, C.M.T., is founder and president of Nature’s Stones Inc. as well as a cosmetologist, massage therapist and instructor since 1995. Mayrhofer has served as an adviser on the board of the Lehigh Valley College massage therapy program, as a technical advisor for the Pennsylvania Licensing Coalition Committee, as well as several other companies in the massage therapy industry. She spoke at the International Congress of Esthetics in Philadelphi, Pennsylvania, in March 2006 and again for ICE in Dallas, Texas, in March 2007. She has either collaborated or written several articles for MASSAGE Magazine and Massage and Bodywork magazine.
Bellabaci continues making inroads into the U.S. health and beauty spa market and is actively seeking business relationships with qualified massage, health and beauty professionals. Visit www.bellabaci.com for details.