Dying in Good Hands: Palliative Massage Certificate Training with Christine Sutherland
Training for Hospice Workers & Volunteers, Massage Therapists & Students, Health Professionals, Caregivers, Nursing Students, Families & Friends.
• Effective, safe massage & hydrotherapy for the palliative, chronic disabled, terminally ill
• Proven massage techniques for at home or hospitals for end of life or chronic care
• Outreach Practicum at Vermont Square for Wheelchair Massage Training
• Learn to teach palliative massage classes & tutorial practicums for instructor training
• Experience Digestive, Circulatory, Respiratory Palliative Massage
(Certificate upon Completion)
CHRISTINE SUTHERLAND is a Registered Massage Therapist and Massage Instructor in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. She is the co-Founder of the Sutherland Chan School and Teaching Clinic in Toronto, Ontario, and the Director of the Canadian Institute of Palliative Massage and the Canadian Institute of Prenatal and Baby Massage. She has presented at the BC Hospice Palliative Care Association Conference and AGM, and at the International Congress of Palliative Care in Montreal, and was one of the keynote speakers for the Cayman Island Hospice Conference in 2014. She is a graduate of the Langara Film Program and the Gulf Islands School of Film and Television. She is the author of Dying In Good Hands, and Birthing In Good Hands, and has completed a two year training program at the Gestalt Institute in Toronto in 2013. Christine teaches globally and is currently teaching Massage for Life’s Cycles of arrivals and departures in South Africa and Guatemala and Haiti. Christine teaches in Canadian Hospices across the country and is the Director of World Wide Massage Services Inc. and the founder of Canadian On Site Massage Services.