Hawaii Massage School: Human Anatomy
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This course fulfills the State of Hawaii requirements for a general overview course in human anatomy, physiology and kinesiology. All body systems are covered, with special attention to those most relevant to massage therapy, the muscular, skeletal and nervous systems.
This class is designed to teach you more than just factual knowledge about body parts, but rather a functional appreciation of how and why the body systems are integrated as they are. Classes involve an effective combination of teaching methods (including lecture, discussion, palpation and movement) that maximize interest and real-world learning.
Class sessions will be held: Jan 27, 29, Feb 3, 5, 10 from 9am to 12pm & 1-4pm. Feb 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, March, 3, 5, 10, 12, 17 from 9-11am
- A/P/K Course Manual (available for $35 purchase on 1st day of class)
- Trail Guide to the Body, 4th Edition - Andrew R. Biel
- Anatomy Coloring Book - Wynn Kapit and Elson
Tuition-only price: $670 if taking with Massage Fundamentals | $742 if only taking Human Anatomy
Course tuition includes lunch on class days.
50% of tuition balance is due upon registration. The remaining 50% balance payment is due on or before the day the course begins. Full payment is required in order for students to participate in the first day of the course.
Students who request cancellation 30 days or more prior to the course start date will receive a full refund less a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations requested within 30 days prior to the course start date will result in a 50% refund of monies paid.
For information on accommodations and meals, contact Kalani Guest Services:
Phone: (800) 800-6886 (toll-free)
Amy Doff has enjoyed teaching Human Anatomy, Physiology & Kinesiology to beginning massage students and allied health students, in numerous settings, for over 12 years. She is passionate about utilizing the opportunities we have as Massage Therapists to share self- awareness and health education with our clients.Amy attended the Hawaiian Islands School of Body Therapies, in Kealakekua, from 2000 to 2001. She completed almost 1,000 hours of soft-tissue rehabilitation/medical massage coursework and developed a passion for addressing acute and chronic injuries. She has been practicing massage for the past 16 years.Amy has completed advanced degrees in: Public Health, focusing on Health Policy and Management (MPH, UH Manoa, 2010), Anthropology (BA, UH Hilo, 2006), and Occupational Safety & Health (Minor, UH Hilo, 2006) as well as a Permaculture design certificate (Hawaiian Sanctuary, 2014).