***PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A DISTANCE LEARNING OPPORTUNITY**
The class will be held:
Friday, March 27th from 9:00am-12:00pm
3 CE Hours in the non hands on category for Iowa LMT's.
This class is being offered as a FREE class for a couple reasons!
First we want this to be hopefully provide some financial relief to our massage therapy family. Secondly, to provide an opportunity for networking with others during this time of need!
Finally, we love our massage community and want to give back!
We will host this online class on Zoom! How will it work?
Here are the easy steps:
In advance of the class day you will need to download the FREE software at HERE.
The day before the class is held you will receive an email with an invite to the class.
On class day, all you have to do is click that link and it will take you to the class. PLEASE sign in 10 minutes ahead of class time!
Please be sure your computer/phone is set up for video and speaker/microphone.
We will email the handout in PDF format one to two days before the class is held. If you do not have it by noon the day before please check your spam folder. If you still cannot find it, please contact us at (319) 462-3402.
When the course is complete, we will email you your completion certificates.
Simple right? We think so!
The goal of this three hours CE class is to review the Iowa laws associated with massage therapy and impacting Massage Therapists. There will be an overview of 152C Iowa Code for Massage Therapy, Chapter 131 Licensure of Massage Therapists, Chapter 132 Massage Therapy Curriculum, and Chapter 133 Continuing Education for Massage Therapists. Much of the class will consist of open discussion and questions allowing for plenty of opportunity for participant questions to be addressed.
Chris Bio info
Since 1994, Chris Rider has been a licensed massage therapist in the State of Iowa. Chris has been an instructor at Carlson College of Massage Therapy (Anamosa, IA) since 2000. Carlson College of Massage Therapy is Iowa’s only school accredited by the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA). In 2008 she became President and Owner of the school and took over the daily oversight and management of the massage therapy training programs. In her teaching, Chris is responsible for Swedish Massage (including body mechanics), Business Practices (series of 6 classes), Professional Ethics (series of 3 classes) and more!
Chris is actively engaged in the American Massage Therapy Association-Iowa Chapter, where she served in several positions including Treasurer, First Vice President and President since beginning her volunteer service in 1998. Currently Chris serves as a national AMTA volunteer as the Commissioner of Elections.
Regularly described by her students for having the ability to make a class fun, Chris enjoys the challenge of educating students and changing their preconceived notions about a topic.
Unlock the Mystery:
Understanding the Iowa
Massage Therapy Law
(Includes 2016 updates)