Massage therapy can lead to a variety of careers based on the techniques that most interest you. Below you’ll find clips from current and former faculty members as they give a brief overview of the classes offered. You can learn more about each class in the curriculum on the 500-Hour Certification Program page.
Mindy Oldham, RN, LMT is the teaches Integrative Massage Therapy and runs the Intern Clinic
Andrea Mindigo, LMT teaches Swedish Massage – one of the first hands-on classes students take at Cumberland Institute
Amanda Hooten, LMT teaches Intro to Massage and Terminology & Pathology
Denise Gleason, LMT, CLT teaches Lymphatic Drainage Technique, a special modality used to reduce edema (swelling) and other issues
Lynn Poole, LMT, a former instructor at Cumberland, shares a few words about Neuromuscular Therapy which is now taught by Nick Phillips, LMT.
Steve Sommers, LMFT, LMT, a former administrator at Cumberland, shares a few words about Acupressure. Acupressure for Massage is now taught by Mary Beth Crawford, LMT.
Mindy Oldham, RN, LMT, share a quick overview of some of the products that students can use or purchase at Cumberland.