Massage Instructor

About the Course

TEACHING ADULT LEARNERS as presented by Massage Dynamics LLC is well-organized and inspiring for attendees who want to learn more and apply new skills in their profession as a Massage Therapy Instructor.

Throughout the course, students are challenged and their participation is encouraged. Instructional materials include podium lectures, course workbooks and video recordings. Importantly, student interactions, role playing, and practical applications of massage and bodywork modalities are key themes of the course.

Ready to become a Texas licensed “Massage Therapy Instructor”?

“Make It Happen!”

Join Massage Dynamics LLC on Sunday, March 24, 2019, and each Sunday thereafter through April 21, 2019 for a 30-hour, comprehensive continuing education course, which satisfies a key Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) requirement for the massage therapy instructor license.

Visit TDLR to review the licensing rules. TDLR requirements for MASSAGE THERAPY Administrative Rules of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation 16 Texas Administrative Code, Chapter 117 (Effective November 1, 2017)

Course Syllabus

Here is an overview of the course syllabus.

Day 1

  • Intro + Practicum Assignments
  • Instructing Fundamentals
    Human behavior, learning process and strategies, memory retention, effective communications
  • Instruction Process
    Teaching process, instruction methods, scenario-based instructions, instructor responsibilities, evaluation and critique

Day 2

  • Lesson Plan Development
    Lesson planning, key concepts, main ideas, pulling students in, goals, desired learning outcomes, hands-on preparation of lesson plans, pre-class preparations

Day 3

  • Presentation Skills
    Why skills are important, lesson objectives, presentation plans, visual aids, time management, student engagement, motivations

Day 4

  • Practicums for massage and bodywork modalities

Day 5

  • Academic topic presentations

Reasons to Attend

There are dozens of reasons for becoming a massage therapy instructor.  One of the leading reasons should be “because YOU want to be an instructor.”

  1. Likely increased financial benefits
  2. New knowledge and experiences
  3. Off-setting massage therapist “burnout”

Of course, please remember that you need 30-hours of continuing education to make application for your Massage Therapy Instructor license.

Location and Cost

This Teaching Adult Learners 30-hour continuing education course will be provided by Massage Dynamics LLC in San Antonio, TX, each Sunday beginning March 24, 2019, and each Sunday thereafter through April 21, 2019, at the Center for Life, 12915 Jones Maltsberger, #600, San Antonio, TX.

The cost of the course is $699.00, payable in advance by credit card (VISA, MASTER CARD, DISCOVER). All essential course instructional materials are included.

Course presentation will be for a minimum of two and a maximum of ten attendees.  Please secure your seat for the course and register now.

Make-up Policy

To receive a course completion certificate for the 30-hours of Continuing Education for the TEACHING ADULT LEARNERS course, students MUST be present for all 30-hours and successfully pass the end-of-course exam.

Should a student not be able to attend every course hour, then the course instructor and the student will agree on what course hours were not completed and the student will be offered the opportunity to attend the next scheduled TEACHING ADULT LEARNERS course with credit for those hours previously completed.

Cancellation Policy

Should a student have to cancel a course registration, for a refund

Massage Dynamics LLC must be notified AT LEAST 48-hours in advance of the course start date—no exceptions.

Cancellations are made by email to massagedynamicsllc@gmail.com or by phone to (210) 901-0497.

Agreement

By registering for the Teaching Adult Learners course, the student agrees to all terms and conditions regarding the course conduct, course make-up policy, and course cancellation policy.