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 (, 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.

Cryotherapy Techniques for the Massage Therapist: ICE MASSAGE & COLD MITTEN FRICTION

DateSun, November 14 2021
Time9:30 am - 12:30 pm
InstructorTammy Krogman, LMT, MTI (MT109620, MI2464, TXCEP1684)
Credits3 CE Hours
Deposit$20 Non-refundable deposit required

Course Description

In this 3-hour hands on class we will learn the cryotherapy techniques of Ice Massage, Ice Stroking and Cold Mitten Friction. We will explore how each of these techniques can aid in healing of damaged tissues, decreases swelling, pain and inflammation and can also be very beneficial for bedridden clients.  Contrast therapy will also be reviewed.

Some cryotherapy supplies will be available for student purchase.


                                          To Register:   Text   281-658-1571  –or-  email:


                   Supplies needed: 1 set of twin sheets (Flannel is best), 2 bath or beach towels and three hand towels.

Reflexology I: Foot Reflexology

DateSun, December 5 2021
Time9:30 am - 12:30 pm
InstructorTammy Krogman, LMT, MTI, Certified in Reflexology (MT109620, MI2464, TXCEP1684)
Credits3 CE Credits
Deposit$25 Non-refundable deposit required

Course Description

In this thee hour hands-on course, you will learn the basic techniques for Foot Reflexology, which focuses on application of pressure to areas on the feet that theoretically correspond to organs and systems of the body which in turn is believed to affect the organs and benefits the client’s health. It is also widely accepted that Reflexology is generally relaxing and may be an effective way to alleviate stress and promote wellness throughout the entire body.

This modality is especially beneficial to those clients who may be unable to receive and/or tolerate a full body or chair massage. Several studies have indicated that reflexology may reduce pain and psychological symptoms, such as anxiety and depression, and enhance relaxation and sleep. Studies also show that reflexology may have benefits in people in palliative care.

This class is open to all individuals and to the general public.


To register, text the instructor at 281-658-1571 or email for instructions on paying the deposit and to reserve your spot in the class.

What You Should Bring:  One fitted twin sheet, bath towel and one hand towel.