Thriving in the Age of COVID-19 Panel
Master the Classroom for Massage Educators

Thriving in the Age of COVID-19 Panel

Author(s): Shari Aldrich, Selene Del Valle, Mike Williams

1CE credit 1 Lesson Video

Listen as our panel discusses key strategies for making modifications to the classroom to enhance student performance including curriculum design, best practices for accommodating different learning styles, updated communication flows to students and faculty, and marketing techniques to maintain enrollment.

This session was originally presented at the AMTA 2021 Virtual Schools Summit.

When you finish this course, you will be able to:

  • Discuss strategies for school owners and administrators market their schools.
  • Implement online learning platform to enhance your program.
  • Apply new curriculum design approaches to your classes to address a myriad of learning styles.

  1. Thriving in the Age of COVID-19 Panel

Shari Aldrich, LMT, is the president and owner of the Bodymechanics School of Myotherapy & Massage in Washington. In 2018, Shari launched the Bodymechanics Institute which serves to help massage therapists around the country open their own massage school with a done-for-you system.

Selene Del Valle has been an LMT since 1998, working as a private practitioner and in various environments, including a wellness center and chiropractic offices in New Jersey. In 2006, Selene became an instructor at the American Institute, where she is currently the corporate director of the massage therapy program for all campuses.

Mike Williams is the co-owner and president of the Center for Massage and Natural Health. Previously, Mike was an executive in a health care-oriented college with campuses in 32 states and nearly 30,000 students; he has also served as the head of an education products company with locations throughout the US and Europe.