“Sandra Rossi Education Center, Inc. is approved to operate by the Illinois Board of Higher Education in Springfield Illinois.” massage continuing education massage therapists School
The program prepares individuals to provide relief and improved health & well-being to clients through application of manual techniques for manipulating muscles, and connective tissues.
Massage Therapist Certificate Program is 600 hour’s of Education
Massage Therapist Program – 600 Hours
1. Historic overview of massage
2. Requirements for the practice of therapeutic massage
3. Professional ethics for massage practitioners
Anatomy & Physiology
This courses will help the student understand how the body moves using muscles, bones, and joints. It will familiarise the student with areas of muscle attachment and how they are positioned in regards to skeletal structure and with human anatomy and physiology as well as medical terminology.
1. Human anatomy and physiology
2. The integumentary system
3. The skeletal system
4. The muscular system
5. The circulatory system
6. The nervous system
7. The endocrine system
8. The respiratory system
9. The digestive system
10. The excretory system
This course will familiarize the student with specific conditions or diseases that could impact them in the massage therapy field. Signs and symptoms, indications and contraindications, and notes on contagions and sanitation will be discussed.
Kinesiology is the study of the art and science of human movement. The discipline of kinesiology is dedicated to the study of human movement and physical activity as it relates to sport, dance and exercise.
This course will teach the students about various modalities in the massage therapy field. The student will learn about the basics of several modalities and the ideas behind their value. It will familiarize the student with which modalities require advanced training or special certifications to practice.
Massage Therapy Practicum
Practicum is the time for the student to gain their clinical hours working with people from the public
Fundamentals Of Massage Therapy
This course will teach the students the details of therapeutic procedure, client intake, record keeping, assessment techniques. The course will focus on the techniques, sequence, flow, body mechanics, pressure, draping, and applications used in a massage session and working with special populations.
1. Effects, benefits, indication & contraindications
2. Equipment and products
3. Sanitary and safety practices
4. The consultation
5. Classification of massage movements
6. Application of massage technique
7. Procedures for complete body massages
8. Face and scalp massage
This course will teach the students the details of therapeutic procedure massage in a spa setting, hydrotherapy, assessment techniques, massage in medicine, techniques of a Swedish, Sports massage and how to apply the moves to the body.
This course will familiarize the student with different types of business operations as well as the tax legalities involved with each. The course teaches students about marketing, location, record-keeping, licenses and permits required, needed insurances, and writing resumes. The course requires students to come up with their own business plan.
2. Massage for nursing and healthcare
3. Athletic/sports massage
4. Specialized massage
5. Therapeutic exercise
6. Massage business administration
MBLEX Exam administered by FSMTB in Illiinois.
The students are guided to continuously review the material covered throughout the course for purposes of preparation for sitting for the certification exam. Textbooks, computerized practice tests, written practice exams, handouts, and other books will be used.
TOTAL PROGRAM CLOCK HOURS 600
“Sandra Rossi Education Center, Inc. has a permit of approval to operate by the Illinois Board of Higher Education.”
Massage Continuing Education Renewals - Now to Dec 31 2022.
1 Hour Sexual prevention Training Program. is Required for Renewals
Disclosures Outlined in Public Acts 097-0650 Section 37
Most recent 12-month reporting period of July 1 through June 30
(1) The number of students who were admitted in the course of instruction as of July 1 of that reporting period. Answer = 5
(2) Additions during the year due to:
(A) new starts; Answer = 10
(B) re-enrollments; Answer = 0
(C) transfers into the course of instruction from other courses of instruction at the school. Answer = 0
(3) The total number of students admitted during the reporting period (the number of students reported under paragraph (1) of this Section plus the additions reported under sub-paragraphs (A), (B), and (C) of paragraph (2) of this Section. Answer =15
(4) Of the total course of instruction enrollment, the number of students who:
(A) transferred out of the course of instruction to another course of instruction; Answer = 0
(B) completed or graduated from a course of instruction; Answer = 15
(C) withdrew from the school; Answer = 0
(D) are still enrolled. Answer = 0
(5) The number of students listed in paragraph (4) of this Section who:
(A) were placed in their field of study; Answer =15
(B) were placed in a related field; Answer = 0
(C) placed out of the field; Answer = 0
(D) were not available for placement due to personal reasons; Answer =15
(E) were not employed. Answer = 0
(6) The number of students who took a State licensing examination or professional certification examination, if any, during the reporting period: Answer = 13
as well as the number who passed: Answer =12
(7) The number of graduates who obtained employment in the field who did not use the school's placement assistance during the reporting period; such information may be compiled by reasonable efforts of the school to contact graduates by written correspondence: Answer =120
(8) The average starting salary for all school graduates employed during the reporting period; such information may be compiled by reasonable efforts of the school to contact graduates by written correspondence:
Answer = $25 - 50 /Hour
"COMPLAINTS AGAINST THIS SCHOOL MAY BE REGISTERED WITH THE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION."
Illinois Board of Higher Education
Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools
1 North Old State Capitol Plaza, Ste 333
Springfield, IL. 62701-1377
Fax # (217) 782-8545
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