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Continuing Education

Offering advanced studies in Massage Therapy.

Our Continuing Education classes offer advanced studies in Yoga and Massage. Classes are designed to help students and professionals stay on top of the industry when it comes to growing demands or specific, technical needs. For licensed professionals only. For nonLMT, OT or PT, please see our personal development workshops.

Classes are generally offered on weekends with instruction from LHAA faculty or from nationally recognized continuing education providers.

Ready to register? Use the schedule below to find descriptions of each workshop and enrollment information.

Cranial Sacral Therapy

CST uses a light touch to examine membranes and movement of fluids in and around the central nervous system. Relieving tension in the central nervous system promotes a feeling of well-being by eliminating pain and boosting health and immunity. Learn More >

Hot Stone Massage

In this 8-hour continuing education workshop, students will gain perspective and develop skills regarding the use of hot stones in ancient and Native American cultures, the energetic properties of basalt stones, and the preparation, cleaning and care of the stones. Participants will learn in a hands-on approach that will prepare them to safely and properly perform both Swedish and deep tissue massage with hot stones. Learn More >

Manual Therapy to Eliminate Nerve Compression Patterns of the Upper Body and Lower Body

In this 2 day, 16 CE hour workshop, participants will learn about state of the art anatomy and nerve graphics that allow manual therapists to look inside the human body. Day 1 focuses on the upper body, day 3 focuses on the lower body. Learn More >

"No Thumbs Deep Tissue Techniques"

This workshop will forever change the way you approach Deep Tissue Massage. Come learn how to perform deeper massage without harming yourself or the client with a variety of myofascial, trigger point and passive/active engagement techniques your clients will love. Learn More >

Massage Alumni Reunion - Ethics

Ethical Decision Making: Ethical Practice Management, Kentucky’s Revised Laws and Regulations. Learn More >


Learn a new way to unleash the body’s own balancing and healing potential. This workshop will explore the theories of zone therapy and foot reflexology. By dividing the body into vertical and horizontal zones you will be able to locate the corresponding reflex point on the feet. You will then learn different methods of working these specific points to encourage healing within the body. Reflexology is a treatment in itself and is also a compliment to other therapies. Learn More >

Sarga Bodywork - Floor 1

Sarga Bodywork is a barefoot massage method that employs the use of a fabric strap fastened to a massage table to deliver therapeutic myofascial and deep tissue techniques. This fabric strap is used by practitioners for stability and to add tensional and gravitational force to specific manual therapy methods. Learn More >

What Lies Beneath? Cervical Spine & Shoulder Girdle

This class focuses on constructing the shoulder girdle from the deepest structures out to the surface structures. Once we are reminded of all the structures involved and then the functions of those structures, how do we apply treatments, from the outside in, to alleviate dysfunction. Learn More >

What Lies Beneath? Neuromuscular Treatments for the Pelvic Girdle & Leg

This class focuses on constructing the pelvic girdle from the deepest structures out to the surface structures. Once we are reminded of all the structures involved and then the functions of those structures, how do we apply treatments, from the outside in, to alleviate dysfunction based on this knowledge. Learn More >

Vedic Thai on the Table

Beyond “Thai massage”, this course honors the prestigious lineage of the Vedic culture and traditions for holistic wellness and prosperity. Students will learn safe and effective techniques to help treat the entire body, while relaxing and revitalizing themselves in the process. Learn More >

Area Hotels

We have arranged for discounted lodging for those traveling to Lexington for Continuing Education classes and workshops with the following hotels:

Hampton Inn
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Amenities: Free hot breakfast, free shuttle to LHAA, business center, free internet, laundry service, fitness center, outdoor pool and cabana.

Hilton Lexington Green
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Amenities: Free breakfast, free shuttle to and from airport, free parking, fitness center and outdoor pool.

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Our students will receive 15% off the best rate available.
Amenities: Each room has full kitchen and a sleeper sofa, pet friendly, pool with patio, free breakfast and internet, fitness center and laundry.

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If you would like to learn more about our massage or yoga training programs, please contact Carol Rajchel, Admissions and Financial Aid Coordinator, at (859) 252-5656 ext. 25 or

If you would like to learn more about our Continuing Education courses, please contact Meadow Smith at

Lexington Healing Arts Academy

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Lexington Healing Arts Academy
272 Southland Drive
Lexington, KY 40503

Massage Clinic:
(859) 252-5656
Yoga Studio:
(859) 252-5656 x 31
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