Certified Educator of Infant Massage Training

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Certified Educator of Infant Massage Training

Time: October 3, 2014 at 9am to October 6, 2014 at 5pm
Location: The Family Massage Education Center
Street: 1081 E Main
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://www.hellofmec.com
Phone: 5414823567
Event Type: certification, training
Organized By: JoAnn Lewis
Latest Activity: Aug 13, 2014

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Learn to TEACH parents how to massage their babies for improved communication, confidence, bonding and attachment, health and happiness!

Up to 56 CEU's (28 in class & 28 study/practicum afterward)
for LMTs, 31 hrs. for RNs and OTs
~Sponsored by the USA Chapter of the IAIM, Sweden International

Class is open to the anyone over age 18 and all social and medical agencies! Pre-registration required, includes text, manual and study guide, and 1-yr. USA Chapter membership. Exam/study open book take home with required practicum.
Call us for more information 541-482-3567

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