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The Healing Arts Institute encourages students and graduates to strive for excellence by offering additional massage school elective classes to further enhance professional knowledge and experience.  Click here to view our Advanced Education and Classes for the Public.

Course Title Hours Tuition
5 Phases of Chinese Medicine 20 $200
5 element theory is at the core of chinese medicine. If the phases are in harmony and balance, one expresses radiant health. This course will cover basic theory, a self assessment test of your personality and physical symptoms. In addition you will learn accupressure balancing, moxibustion, and internal exercise.
This course helps you become comfortable with energy work. Learn to use advanced energy techniques to help focus your intention to manifest the subtle energies that are at play with this style of work.
Shiatsu 20 $275
Shiatsu is a traditional style of acupressure that increases the flow of energy (CHI) throughout the body. It is used to treat complaints such as spasms, stiffness, headache, and even asthma. Barb’s unique table version gives you the option of easily integrating it into your massage. It can be applied through clothing for on-site massage.
Lomi Lomi 24 $275
Lomi Lomi is a nurturing, flowing form of Hawaiian massage. This style uses primarily the forearm; integrating movements that are circles and figure eights all over the body; which are referred to as runs. The movements are designed to confuse the thinking mind and invite the client to surrender; letting go of anything that is no longer serving them and to receive more of their soul energy. Prerequisite: Massage 1 or with permission of instructor.
Please contact the school for additional information on these classes!
Elective Classes are approved by the Colorado Division of Private Occupational Schools.
Not approved by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools.