Posture and Balance Assessment, Rehabilitation, and Motor Control Exercise – 15HRS [NCBTMB]


[15 HRS MT/NCBTMB – PARTS 1-5]  This course offers captivating lecture videos, animations, and comprehensive motion exercise videos utilizing balls, bands, foam pads, and other low-tech tools. It’s designed to guide therapists in transitioning clients from acute care (involving passive therapy and posture awareness) to rehabilitation care (involving reduced passive therapy and gradually increasing active rehab exercises to enhance posture control), and finally to wellness (integrating daily posture exercises with passive therapy as needed to optimize the biomechanical benefits of other exercises and activities of daily living).


[15 HRS MT/NCBTMB – PARTS 1-5]  In our Posture & Balance massage therapy continuing education course, tailored specifically for massage therapists, we seamlessly integrate clinical strategies for passive therapies with dynamic methods aimed at functionally enhancing posture. Through systematic protocols and personalized exercises, therapists are equipped to guide individuals in strengthening their standing Balance, refining static Alignment, and improving dynamic Motion.

Accompanied by patient-friendly explanations of postural biomechanics and five intuitive principles, each exercise fosters a deeper understanding and adoption of intelligent postural habits.

Featuring engaging lecture videos, animated demonstrations, and detailed exercise guides utilizing simple tools like balls, bands, and foam pads, this course provides massage therapists with a comprehensive toolkit to progress clients from initial passive therapy sessions and posture awareness to active rehabilitation exercises, ultimately leading to a wellness-oriented approach.

The ultimate aim? Empowering therapists to provide clients with the knowledge and tools they need to move freely, reduce injury risks, enhance performance, and optimize their biomechanical well-being.

Functionally strengthening posture involves identifying and correcting sensorimotor discrepancies between perceived posture and external reality. By systematically retraining specific movements and addressing whole-body compensatory patterns, massage therapists can significantly impact clients' posture and overall well-being.

In addition to earning NCBTMB/massage continuing education credits, attendees will learn to tailor StrongPosture® exercises to address specific symptoms, syndromes, and individual capabilities, facilitating the normalization of biomechanics despite ingrained daily postural habits. From initial awareness-building through digital photography to guiding clients towards discovering their strongest, core-engaged posture, therapists will gain the tools to establish themselves as posture specialists committed to promoting wellness.

In an era where posture is an increasingly relevant concern for consumers of all ages, individuals are drawn to the awareness and tangible functional improvements offered by StrongPosture® exercises. Thus, positioning oneself as a posture specialist not only provides a professional identity but also ensures ongoing education and a crucial role in helping individuals move, feel, and thrive in today's world.