This is what all that stuff after my name means:
CP Zen Shiatsu Certified Practitioner of Zen Shiatsu
LMT   Licensed Massage Therapist
My license to
practice, awarded by the Louisiana State Board of Massage Therapy(LSBMT).
Shown are the Certificate of Eligibility awarding the license, and the
annual valid renewal. The LSBMT is the official organization of the State
of Louisiana which regulates my profession. In order to be eligible for
renewal of my license, the LSBMT requires that I remain insured and
attend approved Continuing Education classes annually.
To visit the State Board website, click here: www.lsbmt.org
Dipl. ABT   Diplomate of Asian Bodywork Therapy
To visit the NCCAOM website, click here: www.nccaom.org
My diploma from the Boston Shiatsu School:
For more on my curriculum, teachers, and school experience,
click here: My Boston Shiatsu School training
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The school has officially closed. For the announcement on the Massachusetts Department of Education website, click here:
The Ebb and
Flow of the Yin Meridians and the 7 Emotions:
A wonderful, relaxed retreat weekend at Tickfaw State Park and informative, useful Continuing Education! See you next year!
October 6 and 7, 2007
Introduction to Kinesiology
I opted to try
a home-study course, and purchased this course
This was a great
anatomy refresher and an interesting
been interested because my Uncle Nat van Leeuwen
AOBTA presents: Jeffrey C. Yuen
Eight Extraordinary Vessels and Their Clinical Applications
An advanced, very informative and useful detailed workshop. It wasn't recognized by the LSBMT, but well worth the trip to Austin.
June 5 and 6, 2004
Introduction to Thai Massage
A client, collegue and friend, Stephanie Shrum, LMT, went to Thailand to study then returned to share what she'd learned.
One of the most
informative and useful classes I've attended;
I highly recommed
any of her courses to anyone looking for a genuine, respectful interpretation
of this time-honored
August 7 and 8, 2004