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Any help here would be greatly appreciated.
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If I'm not mistaken, the massage school at Harbin changed hands within the past year and perhaps the current school at that location has not done the paperwork to have themselves listed as a provider of NCBMTB CEU's. But, I believe that the "old" Watsu school is still in existence, and focusing more on on-site education worldwide. In that case, wouldn't it be up to the individual instructors that are traveling around to be listed as NCBMTB providers?
I am a new member of the ABMP, I just looked throught my packet of stuff that I received a couple of weeks ago, and I couldn't find the listing that you are talking about. I did a search on their massage-finder, using Watsu as the only criteria in looking up a MT, and that was a legitemate search option.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
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When I joined ABMP, I was told that even things like accounting, public speaking, etc could be used to "count" towards CEUs because they all work toward enhancing one's ability to run one's practice well, and helps the massage practice to flourish.
So, if you are really unsure, call the nice folks at ABMP and ask them. I have always found them to be very responsive to inquiries and very helpful in steering you to the proper person to give you the most accurate answers.
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No CE hours but this class counts toward certification under the Worldwide Aquatic Bodywork Association Registry (WABAR).
I'm thinking he hasn't gotten NCBMTB certification for himself, as he teaches at least two modalities.
But, I'm on WABAR with one class under my belt...errr....suit?