CEU Workshops Onsite
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or from the comfort of your own home
There is absolutely no dress code with our online workshops. If you want to do your work in your PJs or velour tracksuit, you can. If you want to lie on your couch or your bed while watching a lecture, you can. If you want classical music on in the background, you can. You can access our online workshops 24/7, 365 days a year.
Wade Alberts BS, LMT
Wade has worked with USA Swimming’s national team beginning in 1999. He graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University with degrees in exercise physiology and massage therapy. Wade was a 9-time NCAA All-American and 2-time National Champion as a member of NWU’s track team. In May of 2013, he completed a secondary education degree from the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Wade owned and operated a sports massage practice in Dallas, Texas from 1996 to 2010, when he relocated to his hometown in Ainsworth, Nebraska. In addition to operating a private clinic, Wade contracts to universities and professional teams throughout the United
States. During his career, Wade has had the honor of working the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics with USA Swimming and the United States Olympic Committee. Wade will also be working with the 2020 Summer Olympics USA Swimming Team in Tokyo, Japan.
Brad Decker BS, LMT, NCTMB, CSMT, NCMM
Brad has been a licensed healthcare provider since 1995, first obtaining his Bachelor of Science degree in Biopsychology from Nebraska Wesleyan University in 1994, then completing a 1000-hour massage therapy program with a diploma at Myotherapy Institute in Lincoln, Nebraska in 1995. Brad continued his knowledge by becoming a certified Sports Massage Therapist in 1997 and a Nationally Certified Medical Massage Therapist in 2005. Brad is the owner/operator at Advanced Massage Healthcare in Lincoln, Nebraska
Julie Lesser BS, LMT
Julie has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Wayne State College In 1999 she received her Diploma in Massage Therapy from Universal College of Healing Arts. She pursued special training in Sports Massage and found helping athletes to be her calling. She has worked with football teams such as the Nebraska B.E.A.R.S football team and Omaha Nighthawks football team. She has worked with Creighton University athletics, College World Series players, professional golfers, ballet dancers, and numerous track and field events. Julie helped organize and work in the clinic at the Olympic Swim Trials that have been held in Omaha the past three times and will again this year in 2020. Julie is a faculty member at Universal College of Healing Arts where is primarily teaches Anatomy and Physiology and Hydrotherapy. Julie also maintains a practice as an LMT.