This massage therapy course covers the history, benefits, and contraindications of massage; anatomical terminology; and basic Swedish techniques such as effleurage, petrissage, friction, tapotement, and vibration. Students completing this course will have had extensive hands-on application of these techniques in classroom and lab sessions.
Fremont University provides massage therapy students with a thorough training and education to better learn massage techniques and modalities. Our instructors guide each student to ensure that they have the opportunity to develop skills needed to become a massage therapist. You can learn more about our Cerritos, California campus here.
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