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Hot Stone Workshop

Learn how to safely incorporate hot stones into Swedish and deep tissue massage techniques.

Hot Stone Part 1

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.

Cost: $140
CE Hours: 8
Instructor: Joe Cinquina

Hot Stone Part 2

In this 8-hour continuing education workshop, students will continue developing skills in the use of hot stones. This class will focus on the use of Hot and Cold stones in neuromuscular therapy. The benefits to the client and the therapist will be covered in a hands-on approach. Participants will have the opportunity to practice the skills shown throughout the class.

Cost: $140
CE Hours: 8
Instructor: Joe Cinquina

Benefits of Hot Stone Massage

Incorporating hot stones into your massage techniques can provide your clients with several benefits, including…

  • Relief from pain associated with chronic conditions such as fibromyalgia, arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Decrease pain and muscle spasms
  • Increase joint flexibility, improving movement and mobility
  • Stress relief

Joe Cinquina
Joe is a licensed and Board Certified massage therapist and a graduate of the Lexington Healing Arts Academy, where he has been a faculty member since 2010. He teaches Fundamentals of Massage 1 and 2, Career Development, and Thought Patterns for a Successful Career, and he also assists in Kinesiology. Joe is certified in Integrated Manual Therapy and Orthopedic Massage by James Waslaski’s Center For Pain Management, and he co-owns Soular Massage Pain Management with his wife, Cynthia. As a hot stone specialist, he teaches continuing education courses in hot stone massage at LHAA and has also taught deep tissue therapeutic massage for the KY chapter of the AMTA.

We need a minimum of 6 people enrolled one week prior to the start of class. Max of 8 people.

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Lexington Healing Arts Academy
272 Southland Drive
Lexington, KY 40503

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