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Continuing Education

Pennsylvania requires Licensed Massage Therapists to complete a minimum of 24 hours of board approved continuing education as a condition of license renewal, every two years.

In addition, therapists must complete at least four hours of training in professional ethics, two hours in recognizing and reporting child abuse, and be certified in CPR, for each biennial license renewal.

Sam Reichgott, LMT (MSG009661) meets or exceeds these requirements, as evidenced by the certificates displayed here.

Adult First Aid/CPR/AED, 10/21/2019

Myofascial Techniques: Shoulder Pain and Restrictions

Myofascial Techniques: Shoulder Pain and Restrictions, 1 hour, 10/17/2019

Hands Free Therapies, 1 hour, 3/20/2019

Lomi Lomi Bliss - Loving Hands Massage, 16 Hours, 3/10/2019

Lomi Lomi Bliss – Loving Hands Massage, 16 hours, 3/10/2019

Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse

Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse, 3 hours, 10/30/2018

Lypossage 1, 2, & 3

Lypossage 1, 2, and 3, 32 hours, 6/10/2018

Professional Ethics

Professional Ethics, 4 hours, 1/20/18

Intro to Esalen Massage

Introduction to Esalen Massage, 1 hour, 10/21/2017


Intelligent Deep-Tissue Massage: Part 1 – Body Mechanics, 1 hour, 10/14/2017

Cupping & Sports Cupping

Cupping & Sports Cupping, 8 hours, 9/24/2017


Assessment and Methods for the Shoulder Girdle, 1 hour, 7/13/2017

Manual Lymph Drainage (Vodder Technique)

Certification in Manual Lymph Drainage (Vodder Technique), 40 hours, 5/15/2016


Ethics for Massage Therapists, 4 hours, 2/25/16


Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse, 3 hours, 1/13/2016


Side-Lying Massage, 8 hours, 10/25/15


Neuromuscular Therapy of the Neck and Shoulders, 6 hours, 1/5/15

 

Precision Neuromuscular Therapy 1: Form and Function, 1 hour, 1/28/15


Precision Neuromuscular Therapy 2: Lower Back and Thoracic Spine, 1 hour, 2/25/15


Precision Neuromuscular Therapy 3: Upper Extremity, 1 hour, 3/25/15