Online Education for Infant and Pediatric Massage

The ABMP Education Center features on-demand massage and bodywork continuing education courses from the best presenters in the profession, including Tina Allen, infant and pediatric massage specialist. Here is an overview of Tina Allen’s online CE offerings for ABMP members:

Infant Massage: Is it More than Just Super Cuddling?

During this webinar, learn evidence-based benefits of infant massage, review current infant massage research, discover how to become certified to teach infant massage, and understand the importance of nurturing touch in healthy emotional relationships.

What is Pediatric Massage?

Explore pediatric massage: how to become trained in this area, the applications for pediatric massage, the many benefits associated with this modality, and research that has reinforced these benefits.

Tina Allen is a pediatric massage master teacher, developmental baby massage teacher, and a licensed massage therapist with specialized training in providing massage therapy for infants and children with special health-care needs. She is a 2009 Massage Therapy Hall of Fame Inductee and 2011 International Massage Therapist of the Year, and was awarded 2012 Massage Therapy Foundation/Performance Health Humanitarian of the Year. Allen is the founder of leading children's health and nurturing touch organization Liddle Kidz Foundation (LKF), with over a decade of service to children and families, and is an internationally respected educator, author, and expert in the field of infant and pediatric massage therapy. Visit her website at www.liddlekidz.com for more information about her trainings.

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Hello, 

My name is Jessica Gordon and I am very interested in your CE course being offered to ABMP members, that is for Pediatric Massage. I am not sure how else to sign up, this is where I was brought to from ABMP. Thank you!

 

Hello, Jessica! 

Are you an ABMP member? Are you interested in becoming a member? Just give us a call at 800-458-2267 and anyone in the office will be glad to help you get signed up and/or explain in more detail about watching our webinars and earning CE hours. 

Warmest regards, 

Darren Buford

800-458-2267, ext. 1624

 

I am a abmp member very interested in signing up for the webinar not sure how it keeps bringing me here thanks

Audrey Spangler, LMT 

Hi, I'm Kim from Atlanta, I've always wanted to learn and be educated on how to properly massage infants. I'm interested in taking the webinar class. Please let me know available dates. Thanks 

Hi, My name is Latisha from Kansas city, I would love the opportunity to get the proper education given to give a therapeutic massage to an infant / toddler the benefits are amazing I have massaged every last one of my kids, & nieces I have 7 grown children and 1 minor, now that I'm in the process of working for myself I have the time and energy I would like more techniques and experience since I have grand babies and one on the way I would like to introduce to massage early, Thanks

I am interested in online and in class courses. i am an Abmp member. Appreciate any information. I have visited Liddle Kidz wedsite, She has not posted 2019 courses as of  now. 

 

Thank you

 

Cary Ebel LMT

Is there anything more current than 2017 for how to massage infants and children?

For everyone having trouble figuring out how to sign up; follow this link to her website.

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"Visit her website at www.liddlekidz.com for more information about her trainings."

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