The Certified Infant Massage Teacher Course (CIMT) is coming to Wilmington, Delaware. This Accredited 3-day professional training, taught by Master Teacher Tina Allen, will be held at Harris School of Massage Therapy, right in the heart of the nation’s very first state, Delaware.
Harris School of Massage prepares you for a rewarding career in therapeutic massage. During their massage therapy program, you will be engaged in medical and educational courses that provide the essential foundation for the massage techniques required in this fast growing health career field. The hands-on courses immerse the students in the classical massage techniques along with advanced therapeutic procedures and soft tissue manipulation. In addition, students are trained in the areas of communication skills, human relations, and developing a business - all necessary for success in this rewarding profession.
During your visit to the “First State” consider visiting some historic landmarks including the Hale-Byrnes House. This historic house, built in 1750, was used in 1777 as a meeting place for General George Washington and his staff, including General Lafayette, between the Battle of Cooch's Bridge in Delaware and the Battle of Brandywine in Pennsylvania.
Cooch’s Bridge is the Scene of the Battle of Cooch's Bridge, Sept. 3, 1777. The only Revolutionary War battle fought in Delaware. Tradition holds that the new 13-star flag, the Stars and Stripes, was first unfurled during action here.
After doing your historical sight seeing don’t forgot Delaware showcases some of the finest tax-free shopping. You can find a mix of more than 130 stores at Christiana Mall, the largest enclosed mall in Delaware, drawing more than fifteen million visitors every year. All tax-free, all the time!
In the mood for theater?! View world-class professional theater from a repertoire of classical plays and classic literature for audiences of all generations at First State Children's Theater.
Or take a day and explore Nemours Mansion - the 300-acre country estate of the late industrialist and philanthropist Alfred I. duPont. Located on the grounds of the renowned Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware, it derives its name from the town in France represented by Mr. duPont's great-great-grandfather, Pierre Samuel duPont de Nemours, as a member of the French Estates General in 1789. The mansion was built from 1909 to 1910 and is a fine example of a French chateau in the style of Louis XVIth. The 47,000 sq. ft. mansion looms over the surrounding formal gardens and is furnished with fine antiques, famous works of art, beautiful tapestries, and other treasures. The grounds surrounding the mansion extend for one third of a mile along the main vista from the house, and are among the finest examples of French-style gardens in the United States.
Or in the mood for something a little bit eerie? The Deer Park Tavern is a favorite of University of Delaware students, faculty and townsfolk. It was built in 1851 at the western end of the Main Street commercial district, to replace an earlier inn which had been built in 1747. Mason and Dixon stayed at that earlier inn while carrying out the survey work on the Mason Dixon boundary line, which forms most of the western border of Delaware, running due south from the Newark area to Delaware's southern border. Writer Edgar Allan Poe is reputed to have stayed at the inn, and local legend says he may have both written parts of "The Raven" while staying there and been thrown out for becoming drunk. The legend also states that he cursed the inn, causing the owners to change the symbol to that of a raven. On December 23, 1843, Edgar Allan Poe lectured at the Academy and visited the inn. As he was attempting to emerge from his carriage at the inn, he was reputed to have fallen in the mud and was so upset that he put a curse on the building.
Next time you’re gluing together that little item you just broke; don’t forget to thank Newark for bringing us Super Glue. Newark native, Harry Coover invented the cyanoacrylate adhesive called "super glue", while working at Eastman Kodak in 1942.
Finally, an accredited infant massage certification program for professionals, caregivers and those wanting to begin a new career in the wonderful world of infant massage. The Liddle Kidz Foundation Certification course is an intense, fun and effective way to master the core skills of infant massage.
Founded by master teacher and philanthropist Tina Allen, the Liddle Kidz Foundation offers a new, comprehensive, research based training course and teaches students what they really need to know to become a professional infant massage teacher.
Any experienced infant massage teacher will tell you that there is a world of difference between learning how to massage a baby from a book or DVD, and knowing how to provide the best care to meet a families needs, however, there are few opportunities to learn the skills they really need from a working healthcare professional who has provided infant massage education throughout the world.
As a CIMT, you have the special opportunity to impact an infant and their family for a lifetime.