Pre and Postnatal Bootcamp-Long Island
When: November 17-18, 2018
Where: Residence Inn, 9 Gerhard Rd. Plainview NY 11803
In this comprehensive basic class, participants will explore and review the physiological changes inherent in pregnancy and the postpartum period. Common discomforts and how to treat them effectively will be our focus. Learning to take a history will include warning signs and indications for referral. There will be two hours of hands-on or practice time with pregnant volunteers to refine techniques for side-lying massage at full-term. Following childbirth, mothers often put self-care on the back burner. Continuity of care and massage can have a profound impact on a mother‘s well-being as well as favorable affect on the mother/infant bond.
Students should bring a table, four large bed pillows or body support system, three sheets (not fitted) and two large towels. Unscented oil (no cream), comfortable clothing and note paper.
Susanrachel Condon graduated from the SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn Midwifery Program in 1998. She is a New York licensed Midwife. She was certified to teach childbirth preparation, newborn care and breastfeeding in 1996 by the Childbirth Education Association of Metropolitan New York (CEAMNY) and she served two terms as President of the Board of Directors. Susanrachel has been a licensed Massage Therapist since 1991. She served on the faculty of the Swedish Institute College of Massage Therapy & Allied Health Sciences for more than ten years and currently participates extensively in their continuing education program. Since 1994, she has taught Bodywork for the Childbearing Cycle, a nationally accredited certification course for massage and bodywork professionals. She and her husband Richard, a massage therapist and certified Advanced Rolfer, have produced an advanced techniques DVD on the subject in addition to a labor massage DVD for couples and childbirth professionals. Susanrachel has lectured widely as a private consultant at conferences, hospitals, birth centers, schools and spas. She holds a BFA in Art Therapy from the School of Visual Arts, an MA in Liberal Studies from Brooklyn College. Currently, she is enrolled in the doctoral program in midwifery at Jefferson University in Philadelphia, studying the impact of obstetric violence.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT THE CHAPTER OFFICE AT: 585-582-6208 OR OFFICE@AMTA-NY.ORG
Early registration ends October 20, 2018, so register today!
Early: $240 | Regular: $400
Early: $400 | Regular: $560
Payments of cash will not be accepted at the door – only checks or credit cards.
CEH’s will be granted only to those who register and attend the entire class. No partial credit can/will be awarded.
Cancellations of more than 14 days prior to a class are eligible for a full refund. Cancellations less than 14 days are not refundable, but monies less a $100 processing fee may be applied to any future AMTA-NY Chapter event. No shows are not eligible for refund or use on future classes. Cancellations are based on post mark or email date and all cancellations must be in writing. Exceptions made only with approval of the AMTA-NY Chapter Board of Directors. Continuing Education Credit Certificates given only upon successful completion of class. No partial credit will be issued. Partial refunds for non-completed classes given only in emergency situations and with Chapter President’s approval.
AMTA New York Chapter is an Approved Provider for continuing Education by the NYSED Office of the Professions State Board for Massage Therapy (#003)
and by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) (#450787-08).
We welcome all licensed massage therapists and currently enrolled massage therapy students to our classes, however per New York State law, you must have a New York State massage therapy license to participate in the hands-on portions. (Currently enrolled students may participate in hands-on if accompanied by their school instructor.)