Be sure to check out the Word Massage Conference Vault today. It’s an epic collection of more than 400 video-based massage classes. There are only four days left before the vault closes and the offer comes off the site for good.

Here are some of the classes you can enjoy live online today at World Massage Conference…

Palpation: The Essential Building Block with Drew Biel
Watch live: Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 10 am ET (What time in your time zone?)
Imagine getting through a conversation without the use of speech—the key cornerstone of communication. Now imagine getting through a session without palpation—the essential building block of bodywork. All students deserve to be equipped with confident hands-on skills that can isolate structures, develop palpatory experiences and much more. Instructors, also, need to have effective, systematic and engaging learning tools for their classes. In this workshop, both groups will gain valuable insight about this underlying skill. Palpation—the very foundation of a practitioner’s work. Visit Andrew Biel at:

Treating the Rotational Athlete with Debbie Roberts
Watch live: Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 1 pm ET (What time in your time zone?)
Debbie will share with you the principles of using the ATM System (Assessment, Treatment and Muscle stabilization) as it pertains to sports that involve rotational movements like golf, baseball and tennis. You’ll learn to recognize common injuries acquired during these rotational sports and how those injuries occur. You’ll also discover how to use a Movement Screen and how to examine body movement joint by joint to make your treatments more effective. Visit Debbie Roberts at:

Massage Therapy for Parkinson’s & Alzheimer’s Disease with Ruth Werner
Watch live: Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 9 pm ET (What time in your time zone?)
Parkinson’s disease affects about 1.5 million people in the US. Alzheimer disease is even more common, affecting over 5 million people in the US, and 10% of those over 60. If you work with an older population, it’s likely you’ll encounter these disorders. In this class, we’ll examine the recent research into massage for people who live with these diseases. You’ll discover how to apply that information to our clients’ benefit and will find out how massage therapists can help fill in some of the research gaps for these populations. Visit Ruth Werner at: