ONTARIO CSMTA presents:

Advanced Sport Massage Course

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Dates/times    Online Portion - June 6th, 2021. 9:30am-12:30pm -COMPLETED

                        In Person - June 26th and 27th. 9:30am-4pm

                        Q&A Session via Online - July 18, 2021. Link to be given via email

In person Location: Kikkawa College - Click here for directions

                                   Unit G-04, 2340 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 4A9

                           

Instructor:     Kristy Wiltshire, BSc Kin, RMT, CSMTA Sport Fellow Member

                     

TA's:              Karen Hyslop-Gibson and Jonathan Maister - Sport Fellow Members

                      Click here for Instructors and TA's bio's.

Contact:        OntarioChapter@CSMTA.ca

For:               RMT's, Sport Candidate Members, AT's, PT's, Kin

 

Cost:          Members: $500

                   Non Members: $550

                   Students: $400                             

                                                           

                            REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

If you are still interested in the course, please email the Chapter at

ontariochapter@csmta.ca

 

 

Course Info:

OVERALL PURPOSE OF COURSE

This course is ideal for Massage Therapists, Physiotherapists, Athletic Therapists and Sport Chiropractors who would like to improve their knowledge and skills of working with athletes in any environment.  It will provide participants with Sport Massage theory and practical techniques that can be utilized at sporting events, with athletic teams, or in their own clinic setting. The knowledge and practical experience that participants will gain would be of great benefit for anyone working with athletes at any level including those who will be working with athletes at any Major Games or Olympic Games.

 

COURSE CONTENT

  • Pre-event massage - theory and techniques

  • Post-event massage - theory and techniques

  • Inter-event massage - theory and techniques

  • Event Coverage Protocol

  • Anatomical and Physiological considerations

  • Psychological Considerations 

  • Sport Specific Approaches

  • Special Circumstances and Applications of Sport Massage techniques in a variety of situations 

  • Role of a Sport Massage Therapist

  • Sport Massage in Canada

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

The participants will gain:

 

  • An appreciation for the value of Sport Massage and its similarities or differences to classical massage

  • A competency in several basic massage techniques:

       Compressions, cross-fibre massage, jostling, effleurage and petrissage,

  • A competency in the theory and techniques of pre-event, post-event and inter-event Sport Massage

  • An effective protocol when covering an athletic event

  • A quick and concise method of gathering useful information to make the Sport Massage session more efficient

  • An understanding of the specific indications and contraindications for a variety of Sport Massage circumstances

  • An understanding of the physiological and psychological effects of Sport Massage

  • The ability to provide the athletes of the sports with an excellent quality of massage

 

 

Covid-19 Protocol

  • bring own gloves if you wish to use them. face mask are required for in class portion

  • food will be eaten in the rooms

  •  Covid-19 screen completed 2 hours before in class practical. Will be sent via email

BRING

Linens, cream/oil, shorts, t-shirts/sport tops and lunch/snacks

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