Secrets of Therapeutic Breast Massage™
May 20-21, 2017
“Early Bird” Tuition: $299.00* if registered by May 6th, $349.00* thereafter. (Reduced from regular tuition of $449)
As this is a new 2-day format for our breast massage training, we are giving attendees a special $100 additional discount in exchange for providing us with more comprehensive feedback as well as a release for allowing us to include their comments in future promotional materials
Check in: 8:00am Class starts: 8:30am Class concludes approximately at 5:30pm
2330 Mottman Rd SW #106
Olympia, WA 98512
**Sold-Out! Click link below to be added to our waitlist**
Sara Haase, LMT
Sara is the daughter of the founder of Haase Myotherapy® and has grown up learning massage years before entering the massage profession over 7-years ago.
Sara has spent much of her career working in a medical massage clinic in Seattle, Washington.
For the past few years, Sara has been working with her father as an assistant instructor, teaching Secrets of Deep Tissue™ throughout the United States.
In this course, Secrets of Therapeutic Breast Massage™, fresh insights and research have been added to the breast massage training originally taught in the Bodymechanics School's advanced curriculum when it was a hospital-based institurion.
Robert B. Haase, LMT and Michelle Moody, LMT, will be joining Sara as part of her teaching team at this class.
This course includes:
- Therapeutic Breast Massage Techniques
- Breast Anatomy
- Breast Physiology
- Breast Pathologies
- Related Endangerments & Contraindications
- Legal Considerations
- Client Communications
- Breast Draping
- Therapist/Client Boundaries
- Expected Outcomes & Treatment Plans
- Chart Notes
- Client & Patient Safety
- Professional Ethics
- Details coming soon
*This is a brand-new version of this course. Therefore, Haase Seminars is providing a special additional $100 discount with the understanding that each student agrees to complete a special long-form feedback questionaire as well as provide us with a release to potentially include the student's comments in future promotional materials.