Continuing Education

You do not need to be a Massage Therapist for any of our courses, though if you are, you can receive NCBTMB Approved CE credits.
Note: Current BIMMI students and recent graduates are eligible for a 20% discount of our CE classes.

Participants can register in person, by mail, on our website, over the phone or through email. Full payment for classes is due upon enrollment. Forms of payment accepted will be: cash, check, credit card, debit card, PayPal. Body in Mind Massage Institute reserves the right to cancel a class due to under-enrollment at which time, participant will be issued a full refund either using the same form for which class was paid, or by check mailed to the participant within two weeks of cancellation. No refund will be given to a participant if they fail to be in attendance upon commencement of class.

Or download and complete this registration form, then email it to us at

Upcoming Continuing Education Courses

*let us know what other CE course(s) are of interest to you and we will possibly add them to our upcoming course schedule.

Cupping Level I

Thursday, October 25, 9am – 5pm
If attending both cupping classes, the cost will be $530
Presented by Renee Osborne . Register by October 19th.
7 CEs for LMTs

Cosmetic Cupping

Friday, October 26, 9am – 5pm
If attending both cupping classes, the cost will be $530
Must prove that Cupping Level I has been taken before attending Cosmetic Cupping course.
Presented by Renee Osborne . Register by October 19th.

Thai Herbal Compresses

Friday November 2 from 9-4:30
“The best CE class I’ve ever taken!” said more than one participant. Enjoy the day exploring the healing qualities of herbs used in traditional Thai medicine. See, smell, taste, and touch the herbs as we read and hear about their medicinal properties while cutting and chopping fresh and dried herbs to make our own cloth poultice/compress. Then steam and apply the warm compress during a short massage at the end of the day. The herbal compresses are a great add-on to Swedish massage (a bit like hot stone because of their heat retention, but softer and more pliable in your hand). They are also a bit like aromatherapy (because of their medicinal qualities, but with the added benefit of warm steam). You get the added benefit of increasing your knowledge of herbs to use in your personal daily life to support healthy living (cooking, topically, making teas, etc).

NOTE: the focus of this class is on learning about and making the compresses; it does not include the teaching of specific thai massage movements, but is instead geared to adding herbal compresses to whatever modality you already practice. Class includes a comprehensive textbook and one pack you make and use in class to take home and use again. Additional packs and loose herbs may be available for purchase.
7CEs, $175

Positional Release Therapy

November 8, 2018 10am-7pm
(Strain-Counter Strain) Ease and harmony are what the body seeks to rediscover with Positional Release Therapy, a gentle osteopathically-based system for working the body’s self-corrective reflexes. PRT does not use forceful manipulation. It is gentle, non-intrusive and safe, even in cases of acute injury and chronic pain. The guiding principle is to work with the body to activate self-corrective reflexes, instead of trying to stretch a muscle that is tight. The practitioner will compress the shortened muscle, giving the body direct feedback to the proprioceptive reporting station so it will not continue to report strain. It puts the spasmodic muscle to sleep. The position of ease is held for 90 seconds. The false strain message is stopped as well as the irritation and pain. The released shortened muscle is slowly returned to neutral so as not to restart the dysfunction. Upon completion of a session the client receives home exercises to do to further facilitate the neuro-muscular re-education process that began in the session.

Participants receives an illustrated manual containing all the anatomical regions addressed in the workshop.

8 CE Class with Dr. Henry Roth
$175 register by November 2nd
Positional Release Therapy is currently full, please call to join the waitlist.

Thai Massage Level II: Side Position

Friday, November 9, 9am-6pm
This class builds on your existing Thai massage skills and adds a short routine in Side Position. Side-Lying is a wonderful way to work on the hips, shoulders, and back while the client is comfortably bolstered and supported. It also provides a position to use for clients who are not comfortable or able to lay on their back for too long. Students can choose to work on a floor mat or massage table. Let gravity do the work for you with Side Position!

PREREQUISITES: this class is designed for therapists who already practice some Thai massage and have taken a basic Thai massage course, that want to learn new techniques in side-lying position. You should know the basic techniques of Thai massage and how to use your body effectively. The minimum prerequisite is completion of at least a 1-day introduction to Thai massage class with a qualified instructor.
8CEs, $175 regular


Wednesday, November 28 1:30 – 4:30

Open to the public, anyone can take it. Satisfies the requirement for L.M.T. ‘s re certification. (No CE’s.) It is a two -year certification through the American Safety and Health Institute.
Register online by November 21st or $25 late fee applies

Aromatherapy- Essential Oil Class

Aromatherapy-Essential Oils is currently full, please call to join the waitlist.
Wednesday November 28 2018 from 6pm-10pm

Open to the Public. Learn the basics of how to safely and effectively incorporate essential oils into your massage session. You will learn the history of aromatherapy, understand guidelines for safe use and proper application of essential oils for emotional and physical issues. You will make a blend to use in your practice and receive a booklet on aromatherapy. (There is a ten person minimum or class may be cancelled.) 4 CE’s for massage therapists.
$75 ($85 Late Registration) + $25/materials fee, payable to instructor in class (make your own blends!)
Presented by Kathleen Higgins, Certified Clinical Aromatherapist
4 CEs
Did you know? Licensed Massage Therapists in the State of New Jersey must take 20 hours of Continuing Education classes every 2 years, including 2 hours of Ethics. 6 may be taken online. CE classes in NJ must be completed by November 30, 2018 – for the current Biennial period.

We are an NCBTMB Approved School and Approved Continuing Education Provider. Please let us know what other classes would be of interest to you in your professional development, and we will find a way to add them to our schedule. Call or contact us anytime: 732-831-7417

Please let us know what other classes would be of interest to you in your professional development, and we will find a way to add them to our schedule. Call or contact us anytime: 732-608-7781