MaryBetts Sinclair teaches classes to professional massage therapists in three areas: Hydrotherapy, Vision and the Bodyworker and Injury Prevention
MaryBetts Sinclair has taught continuing education classes to professional massage therapists since 1975, including massage for women, infant massage, pediatric massage, massage for children with disabilities, spa techniques, advanced abdominal massage, how to prevent massage-related injuries, beginning and advanced hydrotherapy, vision issues and chronic upper body tension and spa techniques. She is currently teaching advanced hydrotherapy, vision issues and chronic upper body tension, and injury prevention.
MaryBetts' latest book--due out August 2020
Her textbooks Pediatric Massage Therapy and Modern Hydrotherapy (now available in its updated edition) have has been translated and published in Chinese, Korean and Portuguese. They are used by many excellent massage education programs, including the Body Wisdom School of Massage Therapy, West Coast College of Massage Therapy (British Columbia), Oregon School of Massage, the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, the Myotherapy College of Utah and Central Oregon Community College
New and Improved!
A new and greatly improved version of Modern Hydrotherapy for the Massage Therapist, now entitled Hydrotherapy for Bodyworkers, will be published by Handsprings Publishing of Edinburgh, Scotland, in early 2020. The new edition contains updated scientific research, new hydrotherapy treatments, and new sections on many conditions and problems from musculoskeletal problems such as athletic injuries to serious health problems such as diabetes and cancer. Many new case histories are also included. The book is now in full color, with the beautiful artistic design and meticulous attention to detail for which Handspring is known. www.handspringpublishing.com
More about MaryBetts' Work:
The Eyes Have it: Your Vision May Be Causing You Chronic Tension – appears in the 2013 Summer issue of Body Sense Magazine
Environmental Costs of Pain Management – pharmaceuticals versus physical therapies – appears in the Sept/October 2015 issue of Integrative Medicine, page 38l