In this online training, Cat dives into key ethical practices for massage professionals. In this work, acting ethically helps our clients to feel safe, which fosters their relaxation and healing. There are the obvious standards, such as not having sex with your clients. However, even time management, how you share on social media about your work, and how you take care of yourself are areas of this practice that can raise ethical questions.
I enjoyed making this class for you and hope it serves you in your practice, and life!
3 CEs through NCBTMB Provider #452039-12
What You Get
Meet Cat Matlock
NC LMBT #1080, NCBTMB Provider #452039-12
Cat Matlock is the founder, lead therapist, and instructor at FreeBody Trigger Point Massage Clinic and Training Center in Asheville, NC. She has worked with tens of thousands of clients and students.
Since 1993, Cat has continuously studied the body and mind (and heart), developing her methods of addressing dysfunction, injury, and chronic pain. Her work is rooted in Trigger Point Therapy and a strong belief in the essential practice of working with the nervous system to gain access to the muscles and connective tissues.
Cat is a Trauma Informed Yoga Therapist™, an instructor of Overcoming Anxiety™, and a longtime practitioner of yoga and meditation. She began instructing yoga in 2001 and instructing massage therapy in 2005. She expertly weaves in her knowledge of the nervous system and vagal tone (essentially, being able to handle difficult things more easily) with her anatomical and precise trigger point location skills.