STUART, FL. – From Oct. 28 to Nov. 5, 2011, Debbie Roberts, L.M.T., of Massage & Fitness Professionals of the Treasure Coast will present a certified continuing education unit (CEU) seminar to dozens of licensed massage therapists on the cruise ship Oasis of Sea. The licensed massage therapists will travel to Haiti, Jamaica and Cozumel, Mexico, and will receive 16 CEUs learning more about flexibility through the LMT Success Group.
Students will be afforded an opportunity to attend classes and be encouraged to relax for the remaining part of the trip. Some licensed massage therapists will be cruising for the third and fourth time with the LMT Success Group. We expect everyone will have an excellent time and learn much to take back to their practices. The trip will include students from Canada, Alaska, Indiana, Minnesota and several from Florida.
Because nationally certified massage therapists must earn CEUs every four years to retain certification status, massage seminars and workshops such as this provide ample training opportunities to both the professional massage therapist and the curious alike. For more information, visit www.debbierobertsseminars.com/seminars.html.
Roberts is the innovator of the Assessment, Treatment, & Muscle Stabilization (ATM) Technique™. An international author and speaker, she is the founder of Debbie Roberts Seminars, a CEU program providing continuing education for massage therapists and personal trainers who want to reach their full potential in their chosen fields. Certified though the national board of massage and the Florida Board of Massage, Roberts is best known for her unparalleled understanding of the anatomy of an injury and her focus on assessment and treatment plans designed to facilitate a client’s form and function.
Roberts staff (with more than 30 years combined experience) can leave you feeling refreshed, renewed and rejuvenated. To find out more about the three different departments of Massage & Fitness Professionals of the Treasure Coast (massage, fitness and aesthetics), why equipment can make people weak and why exercise should be based on functional training not muscle isolation, call (772) 288-0073.
To find out more about the services offered by Massage & Fitness Professionals of the Treasure Coast, visit www.massage-fitnessspa.com/about.html.