The Texas School of Massage offers many choices of continuing education for licensed massage therapists. All classes meet the minimum requirements as set forth by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation and are eligible for license renewal.

The Continuing Education schedule is updated regularly. Please check back often for updates. All classes are held at TXSOM Clear Lake campus.

If there is a particular CE Class you are looking for, please email our Assistant Director, Tammy Krogman (tammy@kineticare.com), and we will notify you when it becomes available.

For more information, to register or reserve your position in a class posted below, please call TXSOM at 281-488-3903 or stop by the front office during normal business hours.

Understanding Fascial Lines to Improve Your Massage Practice

DateSat, January 26 2019
Time10:00 am - 4:00 pm
InstructorTony LeCara, LMT MT 126005, MI 3487
Credits6 CEs
Cost$149.00
Deposit$75.00 Non-refundable deposit required

Course Description

Muscles are interconnected in specific patterns to provide the mobility and stability that allows everyday movement. Dysfunction in these patterns can cause chronic pain.  Your clients will receive faster and enduring relief when  you apply the patterns of fascial lines in your manual therapy practice.

Material is drawn from “Anatomy Trains” by Thomas W. Myers and “Fascial Release for Structural Balance” by James Earls & Myers. The books are not required for the class, but are recommended for further study.

Bring:  Set of sheets and wear loose, comfortable clothing such as t-shirts and shorts.

This class is for Licensed Therapists only and provides 6 CE Credits.

Call the school at 281-488-3903 to register as pre-registration is required.

Fundamentals of PNF Stretches for the Massage Therapist

DateSat, February 23 2019
Time10:00 am - 4:00 pm
InstructorTony LeCara, LMT MT 126005, MI 3487
Credits6 CEs
Cost$129.00
Deposit$60.00 Non-refundable deposit required

Course Description

Incorporate facilitated stretching into your manual therapy to help you assess current muscle function, improve range of motion, increase strength, reduce overuse injuries, and enhance performance.

Several passive and active techniques will be introduced including specific upper body and lower body routines.

Special attention will be paid to muscles that are difficult to treat and/or very sensitive to direct pressure.

 

Bring:  Set of sheets and wear loose, comfortable clothing such as t-shirts and shorts.

 

Please call Texas School of Massage to reserve your place in this class at 281-488-3903.

 

Must be Licensed to attend.