Massage CE (Continuing Education) Workshops is led by industry pioneer Ann Murley. The courses provide licensed Massage Therapists with NCBTMB nationally approved hands-on material that delivers CE credits to apply towards the renewal of their license.
Ann's in-person CE workshops will provide solutions to relieve pain, improve mobility, strength, and energy of massage therapists and their clients. They are a fusion of Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release and Active Isolated Stretching. Combined, they offer precise, effective techniques while protecting the Therapist with safe practices designed for comfort and career retention. Ann states, “along with teaching safe and effective massage techniques, it is my passion to enhance the general health and career longevity for massage therapists to maintain a flourishing practice.”
Meet your guide, Ann Murley
Ann’s self-healing journey began after serving as one of Omaha’s very first female firefighters. An on-the-job injury left her with a disability and in chronic pain. Ann was determined to not rely on pain medications and instead sought natural ways to relieve and manage her condition.
Finding great relief and rehabilitation from massage therapy, Ann formally studied massage therapy and received her license in 1989. Her expanding practice mushroomed into a thriving business and fueled her desire to teach. In 1991 she founded Omaha School of Massage Therapy which became and remains a symbol for personal wellness and an icon in the Omaha area. Within the first three of her eighteen years of service as President and CEO of OSMT, Ann’s two-room school expanded into a 14,000 foot facility, incorporating exercise training, nutrition and wellness classes into her unique massage therapy curriculum.
Ann's CE courses are designed to provide solutions to relieve pain, improve mobility, strength and energy of massage therapists and their clients. “Along with teaching safe and effective massage techniques, it is my passion to enhance the general health and career longevity for massage therapists to maintain a flourishing practice.”