Tue, Dec 15|
Brownstone Station Wellness Center
16 CEs | Power of Touch: Massage Therapy for Hospice and the Medically Frail Instructor Lin Roussel | $275
Working with very sick and/or dying individuals is a privilege that not only takes someone with compassion, strength, and a big heart, but confidence, knowledge, and skills, as well. 2 day course. Dec 15 & 16
Time & Location
Dec 15, 2020, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Brownstone Station Wellness Center, 320 E 2nd St, Hummelstown, PA 17036, USA
About the Event
Working with very sick and/or dying individuals is a privilege that not only takes someone with compassion, strength, and a big heart, but confidence, knowledge, and skills, as well. This comprehensive introductory class will help you to be mindful and present, self-aware, and skilled as you walk beside these unique individuals in their journey. Find out who the medically frail and the dying are – what they may be experiencing, how to listen and communicate with them, why most are touch-deprived, and what a gift it is to be invited into their sacred space.
The benefits of touch for emotional and physical pain and symptom management are taught in this two day course, as well as safety, gentle massage techniques, positioning, draping, and hands-on practice. Please bring writing materials to this class, as well as a set of sheets, a pair of shorts, and a tee shirt or tank top. Class size is limited.
Lin is a Lancaster, PA based Board Certified, licensed massage therapist, a licensed esthetician, and an NCBTMB-approved continuing education provider. She is a preferred practitioner and educator for the Society for Oncology Massage (S4OM) and has worked as a nurse for 35 years, caring for individuals living with cancer and those who are medically frail.
Lin is a life-long learner and is passionate about teaching as well as acting as a mentor for fellow massage therapists and CE Providers.