Anatomy and Physiology
Study of basic cell structure, terminology and all systems of the body: Integument, skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive, urinary, respiratory, endocrine, nervous and reproductive. These systems are all discussed relative to their significance to massage therapy and correlation to individual health professionals.
Myology and applied kinesiology are an in-depth study of the skeletal-muscular systems including kinesiology of all muscle movements. As each area of the body is studied, the cardiovascular, lymphatic and nervous systems are incorporated into the overall function of the muscle movement and what massage techniques are beneficial for relaxation of ailments of the client.