Video Course: Key Issues in Massage School Accreditation

Kate Zulaski

COMTA Executive Director Kate Zulaski provides an inside look at the often-misunderstood process of obtaining accreditation. Find out how that process of self-regulation relies on your skills and education as a massage therapy practitioner or educator, and how you can help improve massage therapy education through accreditation.

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Kate Zulaski
Kate Zulaski is a massage educator and past executive director COMTA. She has in-depth experience both as a massage therapy practitioner as well as an educator, having served as dean of education from 2006 to 2009 for the International Professional School of Bodywork (IPSB) in San Diego, California. Prior to being named dean of education, Kate served as a massage instructor and clinic supervisor at the school. She is a graduate of Colorado College in Colorado Springs and has also studied a variety of bodywork modalities encompassing both Eastern and Western paradigms of healing.
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