Five Day Prenatal, Labor Support and Postpartum Massage Certification
PLUS a Certification in DFRTM
A certification in pregnancy massage increases your business, helps your clients and builds your confidence. A certification in DFRTM gives you the endorsement for a method of bodywork that will be a resource for a lifetime. We hope all of the information below answers any questions and that you will sign up today for this dynamic course! Because almost everything learned in this course can be carried over to your not-pregnant clientele as well, this class will leave you so full and resourced that it will light up your practice with inspiration and skills in a way you never imagined!
Join our Next Course:
DATES: Wed 11/6, Thursday 11/7, Fri 11/8 Sat 11/9, Sun 11/10
TIME: 9am-6pm [ EARN 40 CEU’s, class is approved by NCBTMB]
RESERVE: your place with a $150 Deposit
INVESTMENT: in your practice for this 5-day course is $650 (class is limited in size.)
SALE! 600.00 Save $50 Register by Oct 6, 2019 If you prefer to hold your spot with a deposit instead of full payment you can do that by emailing Chula. Either way, if a payment is made by OCT 6th, you will receive $50 off tuition.
CLASS: DFR™: Prenatal, At Birth, and Postpartum Massage Certificate 5 Day Training
LOCATION: Grass Valley, CA
Continued Education Units: 40 NCBTMB and DONA approved
CERTIFICATE: You will receive a certificate for completing 40 hours of Pregnancy Massage
SECOND CERTIFICATE: A second certificate will be given to bodyworkers for completing 32 hours in DFR™ and you will be featured on our website and receive client referrals.
INSTRUCTOR: Chula Gemignani
CONTACT: ph # 530-798-9998 /email: email@example.com
MATERIALS FEE: $60
Email Inquiries to:
firstname.lastname@example.org (530) 798-9998
We accept payment plans specifically designed for your needs.
Material Fee is for the book and laminated reference guides needed to take this training: $60 to be collected day of class.
NCBTMB CEs are not currently recognized by California Massage Therapy Council.
NCBTMB teachers are carefully vetted through a rigorous application process. Because of this, their courses are recognized by many U.S. states. Check with your state’s massage board for CE requirements as these CE’s may work for you!)
This 5 day course will give you the confidence and knowledge of a specialist in prenatal massage. Student will be shown safe prenatal, at-birth and postpartum massage in an interactive group of professionals.
This class will consist of about
25% lecture and presentation
25% live demonstration of the material being covered
50% hands on practice of the material with fellow students.
A student handbook will be yours for future reference.
This class covers:
This class covers:
~ Prenatal massage safety and all contraindications.
~ Dynamic Fascial Response™ bodywork for your prenatal client, for labor support and for the postpartum client. Modalities include fascial release, structural integration, deep tissue, efflerage, craniosacral therapy, lymphatic drainage, effective pin and stretch, resist and release, traction and compression techniques. All which will help your client ease through the various stages of pregnancy.
~ Labor support massage techniques for an easier birth.
~ Postpartum strength and balancing with postural opening bodywork.
This course is for treating the pregnant client however, there is a bonus. Most of the side-lying techniques that you will learn for solving low back and hip pain, as well as the postpartum work of postural unwinding will be appropriate for non-pregnant clients . Oh wait, there’s more! The jaw release work will be able to treat to any clients suffering from chronic headaches, TMJ, neck issues or pelvic issues. I was already a good bodyworker before I developed DFR, but with it my work became great, my schedule full and word of mouth has helped my successful career grow even more rewarding. It is truly inspiring work that fuels my fire.
Testing consists of short quizzes for each day covered which will be self-corrected and discussed as a class. A prenatal massage on your last day will act as your final exam.
“I’ll never forget the way it felt to massage a pregnant client before I was a prenatal specialist. I don’t want other therapists to feel as insecure or as unsure as I did. I want to keep clients and babies safe and well cared for by responsible massage therapists. For this, I have created a practical student handbook, filled with illustrations and learning material that will facilitate this dynamic class of group and problem-solve learning, demonstrations, and upon completion, solid practitioners. ”