ASMMW has a variety of workshops for professional development.
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See our 2022-2023 schedule below for ASMMW Owner/instructor, Tammy Roecker, NCBTMB Approved Provider #451668-11, and our line-up of other world class instructors!
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ASMMW’s CONTINUING EDUCATION ENROLLMENT POLICIES
The following procedures apply to ASMMW and Tammy Roecker’s CE courses only. Visiting instructors have their own policies. Reach out to them or the school for any questions. Contact: 1-800-615-1342
Enrollment: Minimum 2, Maximum 20. ASMMW reserves the right to reschedule due to low enrollment, and to defer to a later date with additional attendees; However, this has never happened. I respect the fact that you have to take time off from work or be away from family, as do I, therefore, my CE classes happen even if I have 1 student.
Registration: You can register as early or as late as needed. There are a lot of behind-the-scenes tasks that need to happen before the first day of a CE class that take time. Last minute registrations make stressful preparations. Therefore, I would be grateful if you register as early as possible.
Refunds: There are no refunds under any circumstances, if unable to attend, you will be able to reschedule to any available ASMMW class of your choosing. Registration fees do not include any potential, additional expenses to complete the training, without limitation, food, travel, and lodging.
James Waslaski integrates 30 plus years of expertise in Manual Therapy, and Elite Sports Therapy, to enhance the education and patient outcomes for all Manual Therapists. He has pioneered pain-free orthopedic massage, pain management, sports injury, and sports enhancement treatments.
He is a published author and international lecturer, who teaches manual therapy at approximately 45 seminars throughout the world on an annual basis. He is also a certified personal trainer with NASM. James has presented at state, national and international massage conventions, as well as chiropractic conventions, osteopathic conventions, the College of Sports Medicine, the University of South Wales, the Olympic training center in Australia, and the osteopathic and manipulative massage therapy convention in London. His audience consists of Massage Therapists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Nurses, and Physicians.
James is an NCBTMB board approved educational provider. His textbook Clinical Massage Therapy: A Structural Approach to Pain Management, was published by Pearson Publishing in 2011. He presents at state, national and international chiropractic, osteopathic, athletic training, and massage conventions. James was inducted in 2008 into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame. He was also nominated and awarded by his peers and colleagues, the designation of teacher of the year in 2012 at The Canadian Massage Conference and in 2015 at the World Massage Festival.
James worked for 20 years as a paramedic and in a trauma center, while teaching emergency medical courses. He studied pre-med in college prior to his massage training in Florida. James served as Professional Relations Chair for Florida and received the 1998 FSMTA outstanding state service award. He also served as AMTA Sports Massage Education Council Chair from 1993-1997 receiving the AMTA National Officer Award. James was the 1999 recipient of the FSMTA International Achievement Award.
He has worked with collegiate, professional and Olympic athletes, including the 1996 Olympic Games and the New York Yankees. He has published articles, books, manuals, and a series of DVDs on sports injuries, chronic pain, and complicated orthopedic conditions.
Jim has been a massage therapist for more than 26 years and has been teaching massage techniques for 20 years. Jim noticed that some of his students were ending their massage careers, not because they wanted to, but because they felt their bodies could no longer preform a quality massage. Jim realized that many of these therapists were leaving the profession because they had not utilized body saving techniques. He saw many therapists using only their hands and fingers and not using their forearms. With this in mind, Jim developed Forearm Fusion. This method uses the hand, forearm, and elbow to provide a therapeutic massage. Proper body mechanics are stressed in this class.
Jimmy Gialelis, LMT, BCTMB has been a board-certified licensed massage therapist and continuing education (CE) provider.
Bringing over 22 years of experience in the massage and bodywork industry, he owns Advanced Massage Arts & Education in Tempe, Arizona. He has taught health and massage themed classes in 11 states and across Arizona.
He regularly contributes to the Massage & Bodywork Licensing Exam (MBLEx) as an exam writer. Jimmy also volunteers for the Alliance for Massage Therapy Educators.
His passions are to serve humanity with the healing power of touch and educate fellow massage therapists to elevate the credibility of the profession. Jimmy has authored over 40 articles for both Massage Magazine and Natural Wellness online.
He and his family, wife Bethany and two children, live in Tempe, AZ and enjoy family trips and playing with their French Bulldog Mugsy.
Charlotte is Mastering Touch’s Co-Founder and Principal Massage Therapy Instructor.
During her spare time, Charlotte enjoys traveling, cycling, and creating art. She's passionate about connecting to people and experimenting with how to achieve optimal levels of well-being. She's dedicated herself to being in service to others. Her intention is that they too will be able to find their own connections and gifts in their lives.
She first began her professional career as an Art teacher where she developed new ways for children to express their creativity. She was then drawn to Massage Therapy because she wanted to help people feel better.
Charlotte is a Board Certified Massage Therapist (#146932-00). She's also a Licensed Massage Therapist in Colorado (#MT.0001850). She started her practice in 1998 in Florida, and eventually landed herself in Colorado. Combining her teachings with her wellness experience, she's been building classes and has been a teacher in Massage Therapy, Yoga and Meditation since 2007.
Charlotte has an integrated and holistic approach. Her toolbox has a variety of modalities that she draws upon and she uses to treat her clients, as well as build her classes. She was trained by Erik Dalton (Myoskeletal Mobilization), Til Luchau (Myofascial Release), John Barnes (Myofascial Release), Stuart Taws (British Sport Therapy), Aaron Mattes (Active / Passive Stretching), Gary Young (Therapeutic Essential Oils), Ernesto Ortiz (Reiki), Jeff Primack (Qi-Gong), Deepak Chopra (Yoga / Meditation), and Colin Campbell (Plant-Based Nutrition). She's certified in Plant-Based Nutrition (eCornell University) and is an accredited Yoga / Meditation Instructor (Chopra Center).
In Durango, CO, Charlotte created Durango Mobile Massage & Wellness Programs, a company that offers an integrated approach to Health & Wellness. She also organizes international Yoga retreats to provide participants with transformational experiences and help them discover their optimal level of well-being.
A native of Cincinnati, Julie received a B.A. in Anthropology from U.C., where her senior research was a cross-cultural comparison of how women view and manage pain during pregnancy and childbirth. While attending U.C., Julie received massage therapy for injuries sustained in a car accident, and was amazed at the results. This experience led her to attend the Ohio College of Massotherapy, where she was first introduced to Douglas Nelson and PNMT seminars. Licensed by the State Medical Board since 2002, Julie enjoys private practice in Cincinnati, OH
Julie's areas of interest include lower extremity and pelvic dysfunction, and she is currently conducting research on the role of myofascial trigger points in pelvic pain. Her teaching style has been described as energetic and interactive. She finds PNMT both intellectually stimulating and emotionally rewarding, and enjoys sharing the experience with others.
James Ivaska has been practicing therapeutic massage for 16 years. Originally from Evanston, IL he received his training with the Chicago School of Massage Therapy in 2003. He has also received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Kinesiology from the University of Illinois which has given him a love for all things anatomy. James has been a T.A. for multiple kinesiology courses at the University level and has been teaching with PNMT since 2011. Since his training he has treated thousands of people for chronic pain or injuries. James now practices in Arlington, Virginia at the Teal Center and helps to manage their fellowship program to train new therapists. James is always looking to learn about the human body and loves to teach about it.
Oncology Massage Essentials
As of 2014, I have been an Arizona Licensed Massage Therapist. My heart is set on helping people become the best version of themselves through massage therapy. In 2021, I retired from the United States Postal Service after 23 years of service. A portion of my Postal career involved training and teaching new hire employees various job duties. Combining my love of massage and teaching I am excited to instruct massage therapists to become the healing vessels they are destined to become.
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