Overview - 2014 Massage Therapy Winter Symposium

Registration and Fees

Main conference registration fee: $169
(includes all seminars, one cadaver lab, continental breakfasts, lunches and the Saturday night cocktails and dinner)


Come join us!

Our annual Massage Therapy Winter Symposium offers you professional growth and exceptional value – all while networking with your colleagues, classmates and mentors.

You have the opportunity to:

  • Earn 15 hours of continuing education for just $169
  • Learn about low back pain techniques from Eric Stephenson, LMT, NCTMB
  • Practice hands-on techniques and learn new ideas to use in your practice immediately
  • Observe an anatomical dissection in an optional cadaver lab session
  • Visit with vendors offering products and services that can help your practice flourish

Featured speaker

This year's featured speaker, Eric Stephenson, LMT, NCTMB, is a world renowned speaker who creates continuing education oppportunities focused on career longevity for massage schools, spas and professional organizations nationwide. He is a former lead instructor helping in the design of hands-on massage curriculum. He has completed The Spirit of Learning®, a 90-hour massage educator-training program. Learn more about our featured speaker.

Symposium details

Bring your massage table, linens, bolster, and lotion or oil of your choice. We encourage attendees to share tables during workshops. If you are traveling from out of state and cannot bring a table, let us know when you check in and we will help you find someone with a table to team up with.

Business casual dress is appropriate during the symposium. You may wish to dress in layers for your own comfort.


Symposium seminars and luncheons will be held at Northwestern Health Sciences University, 2501 W. 84th St., Bloomington, MN 55431.

Continuing education

This year's symposium provides up to 15 hours of continuing education. Northwestern Health Sciences University is NCBTMB approved provider #450464-07.

For more information, contact:

Office of Continuing Education


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