The Latest Massage Therapy School News at CFSMT
Dear Friends, Graduates, and Colleagues,
The change of season brings with it some exciting changes at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy. After much discussion and reflection, as well as experimentation, we've settled on a beautiful new logo for the school that we feel better represents our evolving mission of heart-centered, hands-on healing, growth, and transformation. The colors in this new logo are now making their way into the décor of our school, and inspiring a new web site that will be up soon. And we've ordered T-shirts with the new logo for our bookstore.
We've also been working on improving and upgrading various school systems. Over the summer we met with two groups of students to get feedback about what they like most about our school, as well as what changes they recommend. We're in the process of organizing and incorporating their feedback to continuously improve our curriculum, administration, and overall responsiveness to student needs.
September also saw the launch of a new sports massage internship program offered by our fearless leader, Michael McGillicuddy, in collaboration with the University of Central Florida's athletic department. Athletes at UCF are already giving rave reviews about the massages they're receiving from Michael and his interns, and the interns themselves are enthusiastic about all they're learning. Michael's sports massage internship program runs for three intensive months, including hands-on work each Monday at UCF, plus four solid weekends of training at CFSMT.
In the meantime, our fall day and evening classes have begun and students are off to a running start in the new sessions.
As always, we have some great continuing education programs scheduled for this year at our school. On September 23 and 24 we were pleased to host Bruce Baltz once again for a workshop on Deep Tissue Healing with Hot Stones.
On Saturday and Sunday, December 2 & 3 please join us for a first here at the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy as Steve Capellini, noted massage therapist and spa consultant, presents a spa workshop. Watch this site and the new Scrips catalog for more details as they become available. You can also call the CFSMT at 407-673-6776 to leave your name and number so we can contact you with further registration information when we have it. This workshop will have a limited number of spaces so be sure to reserve yours right away.
Thank you all for your support and good wishes and please continue to keep us in your thoughts and prayers. We are hoping to organize a get-together during this holiday season. Let us know any thoughts and ideas you have about holiday festivities at CFMST.
Wishing you the best, as always,
Michael McGillicuddy and staff
Central Florida School of Massage Therapy