CSM Massage Therapy Students Participate in Family Fun Night at Calvert Marine Museum

a:10:{i:0;s:120:"The Bruce Swaim Quartet will perform July 14 on the Leonardtown Campus as part of CSM’s 2015 Twilight Performance Series";i:1;s:369:"http://csmphoto.zenfolio.com/15twilightpromos/h46beb949#h46beb949 CSM’s 2015 Twilight Performance Series will feature free weekly performances on each campus this summer. Performances begin at 6:45 p.m. and will be on the Leonardtown Campus

CSM Massage Therapy Program Instructor “Shay” Juanasha Jones-Lipscomb, front, is joined by students, from left, Josh Raleigh of Indian Head, Kara Wallace of Fort Washington, Brianne Cleary of Huntingtown, Miranda Jones of Great Mills, Bridget Todd of Huntingtown, Kelly Garner of Hollywood, Bernice Burroughs of Prince Frederick and Elizabeth Landmann of Mechanicsville, joined Calvert County Parks and Recreation Therapeutic Recreation Services in providing seated massage to the special needs people and their families Nov. 13 at the Calvert Marine Museum. “We're glad to be a part of the Family Fun Night. It is a great opportunity for students to make a positive impact on the community and successfully apply their skills,” said instructor Cristal Rae Toribio. Massage Therapy students are trained in anatomy, pathology, ethics and clinical healthcare settings. Upon program completion and certification, massage therapists can work in a variety of settings such as chiropractic offices, health clubs, wellness studios, spas, clinical rehabilitation facilities and private practices. To learn about CSM's Massage Therapy program, visit http://www.csmd.edu/programs-courses/credit/academic-divisions/hea/massage-therapy/index.html.