Massage Therapy
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Licensed Massage Therapist FL MA24089


Pete Pfannerstill, Ph.D.


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UltraSports Massage Therapy Continuing Education Courses

Instructor - Pete Pfannerstill, Ph.D., CKTI

Licensed Massage Therapist

FL Lic# MA24089 ∙ FL Prov. # 50-2081 ∙ NCBTMB Prov. # 386613-00

 

Sports Massage Certificate Program - 37 CE

This program consists of three separate courses:

  • Pre & Post Event Sports Massage 5 CE – Course # 20-255408
  • Advanced Sports Massage 16 CE – Course # 20-255419
  • Myofascial Sports Massage 16 CE – Course # 20-255436

Participants will have the opportunity to work at a minimum of one or two sporting events.  For an Information Packet which contains all the details and requirements of the SMCP, click here.

 

Pre & Post Event Sports Massage 5 CE – Course # 20-255408

Students learn the benefits, intent, cautions and timing of sports massage treatments, learn and demonstrate commonly used sports massage strokes, learn a foundation for an event sports massage routine, learn how to set up and the list of necessary massage equipment for a successful on-site sports massage event, learn how to recognize the severity of sports related injuries and learn how to identify symptoms of hypothermia & hyperthermia.  This workshop will qualify attendees to participate on a sports massage team.  Students demonstrate the sports massage strokes by performing pre and post event routines on their classmates.

Bring table, linens, cream and you must wear or bring loose-fitting shorts and sport shoes.  No jeans, sandals or flip flops allowed.  50% hands on / 50% lecture

 

Advanced Sports Massage 16 CE – Course # 20-255419

Students perform pre and/or post event sports massage routines on competitive athletes at local sporting events.  The instructor videotapes the students during the event and later provides critical review during class.  Students will learn & demonstrate proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation and Active Isolated Stretching techniques.  Students learn about cryotherapy and thermal therapy, the injury response cycle, the acute inflammatory response and other physiological aspects of athletic training. 

Bring table, linens, cream, and you must wear or bring loose-fitting shorts and sport shoes during classroom sessions.  No jeans, sandals or flip flops.  Wear professional clothing during the sporting events.  Prerequisite: Pre & Post Event Sports Massage 5 CE or equivalent course or experience.  60% hands on / 40% lecture

 

Myofascial Sports Massage 16 CE – Course # 20-255436

Students learn the basic principles and theories of Myofascial Sports Massage (MSM), learn the standing structural awareness test and learn basic body reading as a way to evaluate clients.  The instructor demonstrates basic and advanced MSM spreading strokes.  With direction from the instructor, the students then perform these MSM strokes on their classmates.  The instructor combines these strokes into a full-body MSM routine and demonstrates how it can be completed in 30 minutes.  Students perform the full-body routine on their classmates.  Students learn about common sports-related injuries, such as neck, lumbar and thigh strain, rotator cuff dysfunction, piriformis iliotibial band syndromes, anterior & posterior compartment syndrome and plantar fasciitis and learn and subsequently perform MSM routines for treating them. 

Bring table, linens, drape towels, Prossage™ Heat and/or Palmer’s Cocoa Butter (3.5 oz tub).  Students must wear sports shoes and sports shorts (NO JEANS).  Women will be more comfortable in a sports bra and T-shirt.  80% hands on / 20% lecture

 


 

Sports Massage courses

Introduction to Sports Massage 2 CE – Course # 20-255404

This course explains the benefits, intent, cautions and timing of sports massage treatments, describes and demonstrates commonly used sports massage strokes, provides a foundation for an event sports massage routine.  Students learn the list of necessary massage equipment for a successful on-site sports massage event.  This course is suitable for presentation to a large group of massage therapists or students.  0% hands on / 100% lecture and demonstration

Pre & Post Event Sports Massage 3 CE – Course # 20-255405

Students learn the benefits, intent, cautions and timing of sports massage treatments, learn and demonstrate commonly used sports massage strokes, learn a foundation for an event sports massage routine and learn the list of necessary massage equipment for a successful on-site sports massage event.  Students demonstrate the sports massage strokes by performing pre and/or post event routines on their classmates.

Bring table, linens, cream and you must wear or bring loose-fitting shorts and sport shoes.  No jeans, sandals or flip flops allowed.  50% hands on / 50% lecture

 

Pre & Post Event Sports Massage 4 CE – Course # 20-255406

Students learn the benefits, intent, cautions and timing of sports massage treatments, learn and demonstrate commonly used sports massage strokes, learn a foundation for an event sports massage routine, learn the list of necessary massage equipment for a successful on-site sports massage event, learn how to recognize the severity of sports related injuries and learn how to identify symptoms of hypothermia & hyperthermia.  This workshop will qualify attendees to participate on a sports massage team.  Students demonstrate the sports massage strokes by performing pre and post event routines on their classmates.

Bring table, linens, cream and you must wear or bring loose-fitting shorts and sport shoes.  No jeans, sandals or flip flops allowed.  50% hands on / 50% lecture

Pre & Post Event Sports Massage 5 CE – Course # 20-255408

Students learn the benefits, intent, cautions and timing of sports massage treatments, learn and demonstrate commonly used sports massage strokes, learn a foundation for an event sports massage routine, learn how to set up and the list of necessary massage equipment for a successful on-site sports massage event, learn how to recognize the severity of sports related injuries and learn how to identify symptoms of hypothermia & hyperthermia.  This workshop will qualify attendees to participate on a sports massage team.  Students demonstrate the sports massage strokes by performing pre and post event routines on their classmates.

Bring table, linens, cream and you must wear or bring loose-fitting shorts and sport shoes.  No jeans, sandals or flip flops allowed.  50% hands on / 50% lecture

Pre & Post Event Sports Massage 6 CE – Course # 20-255418

Students learn the benefits, intent, cautions and timing of sports massage treatments, learn and demonstrate commonly used sports massage strokes, learn a foundation for an event sports massage routine, learn how to set up and the list of necessary massage equipment for a successful on-site sports massage event, learn how to recognize the severity of sports related injuries and learn how to identify symptoms of hypothermia & hyperthermia.  This workshop will qualify attendees to participate on a sports massage team.  Students demonstrate the sports massage strokes by performing pre and post event routines on their classmates.  Students learn a lower extremity stretching routine and perform it on their classmates.

Bring table, linens, cream and you must wear or bring loose-fitting shorts and sport shoes.  No jeans, sandals or flip flops allowed.  60% hands on / 40% lecture

 

Introduction to Myofascial Sports Massage 2 CE – Course # 20-255432

Students learn the basic principles and theories of Myofascial Sports Massage (MSM), learn the standing structural awareness test and learn basic body reading as a way to evaluate clients.  The instructor demonstrates basic and advanced MSM spreading strokes and then combines these strokes into a full-body MSM routine and demonstrates how it can be completed in 30 minutes.  This course is suitable for presentation to a large group of massage therapists or students.

0% hands on / 100% lecture

 

Introduction to Myofascial Sports Massage 3 CE – Course # 20-255433

Students learn the basic principles and theories of Myofascial Sports Massage (MSM), learn the standing structural awareness test and learn basic body reading as a way to evaluate clients.  The instructor demonstrates basic and advanced MSM spreading strokes.  With direction from the instructor, the students then perform these MSM strokes on their classmates.  The instructor combines these strokes into a full-body MSM routine and demonstrates how it can be completed in 30 minutes.  

Bring table, linens, drape towels, Palmer’s Cocoa Butter (3.5 oz. tub).  Students must wear sports shoes and sports shorts (NO JEANS).  Women will be more comfortable in a sports bra and T-shirt.  30% hands on / 70% lecture

 

Introduction to Myofascial Sports Massage 4 CE – Course # 20-255434

Students learn the basic principles and theories of Myofascial Sports Massage (MSM), learn the standing structural awareness test and learn basic body reading as a way to evaluate clients.  The instructor demonstrates basic and advanced MSM spreading strokes.  With direction from the instructor, the students then perform these MSM strokes on their classmates.  The instructor combines these strokes into a full-body MSM routine and demonstrates how it can be completed in 30 minutes.  Students perform the full-body routine on their classmates. 

Bring table, linens, drape towels, Palmer’s Cocoa Butter (3.5 oz. tub).  Students must wear sports shoes and sports shorts (NO JEANS).  Women will be more comfortable in a sports bra and T-shirt.  50% hands on / 50% lecture

 

Introduction to Myofascial Sports Massage 6 CE – Course # 20-255435

Students learn the basic principles and theories of Myofascial Sports Massage (MSM), learn the standing structural awareness test and learn basic body reading as a way to evaluate clients.  The instructor demonstrates basic and advanced MSM spreading strokes.  With direction from the instructor, the students then perform these MSM strokes on their classmates.  The instructor combines these strokes into a full-body MSM routine and demonstrates how it can be completed in 30 minutes.  Students perform the full-body routine on their classmates.  Students learn about various thigh, shoulder and/or neck injuries and learn and demonstrate MSM routines for treating them. 

Bring table, linens, drape towels, Palmer’s Cocoa Butter (3.5 oz tub).  Students must wear sports shoes and sports shorts (NO JEANS).  Women will be more comfortable in a sports bra and T-shirt.  60% hands on / 40% lecture

 

 

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