Created by 2019 World Massage Therapy Hall of Fame inductee Jim Funk, Forearm Fusion was designed with the therapist in mind! Students that attend this two-day continuing education massage class in Rochester, MN will learn how to effectively use their body by applying maximum pressure with minimal effort or strain.
An absolute must for career longevity, Forearm Fusion teaches body-saving techniques allowing the therapist to complete a full body massage without the use of their hands or thumbs. Students who attend this massage class tell us that the techniques and mechanics learned in Forearm Fusion make massage easier, save the body, and improve the massage experience offered no matter the modality or specific requests of the client.
This class includes lectures, hands-on practice, and practical application of this modality. Students are asked to bring a set of sheets and a large towel to the class. It is suggested to reserve your spot early as Forearm Fusion courses have limited seating available and regularly fill up quickly after it is scheduled. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date on the latest news, info, and class schedules as they are released.
Forearm Fusion is an NCBTMB approved course, our provider number is 451761-11, and is worth 16 CE hours that count towards license renewal in most states*. Forearm Fusion is also CE Broker approved. All of our instructors have not only taken both the foundation course and our advanced course but participate in ongoing training throughout the year while taking additional courses that will help us develop Forearm Fusion even further.
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*Students must check with their licensing board and individual state CE requirements to ensure that the Forearm Fusion course is eligible for credits towards license renewal.
Bring massage linens (face cradle cover, too), massage cream of your preference, and wear comfortable clothing. If possible students may need to bring a rolling chair, bolster, and table.