Welcome to NAT Global Campus
Scroll down to see currently available courses.
We are in the process of moving all courses to our new easy access virtual classroom (EAVC). We apologise in advance for any disruption to service, and are doing our best to keep this to a minimum.
In the worst case, a course may be unavailable for an hour or so. If this happens we suggest trying again a little later. If the problem persists (which it shouldn't) reach out to our customer happiness team and they'll get you access super fast.
We hope that you enjoy the benefits of our upgraded classrooms.
🥪📚 Free Lunch-Break Webinars: Boost Your Knowledge While You Refuel! 📈
These webinars are designed to fit into your busy schedule, allowing you to gain valuable insights from industry experts while enjoying your lunch break.
Our upcoming sessions feature a fantastic lineup of speakers, including Dr. Turner Osler, a former trauma surgeon, and NAT Global Campus faculty members Dr. Constance Bradley, Dr. Linda Bluestein, and Paul Townley PT. 🩺🏋️♀️
The Vital Multidimensional Psoas
In this new post grad/CE course for 2023, Dr Beth Wagner PT teaches how to keep the psoas in balance through specific exercises designed to strengthen and utilize this amazing muscle, and presents its vital role in the emotional and spiritual state of the human being.
About the Presenter
Dr Elizabeth Wagner PhD PT earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Washington and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Puget Sound. She has also earned a certificate of competency in vestibular rehabilitation and is certified in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy.
Prior to joining the NAT Global Campus teaching faculty, Beth took a one-year sabbatical to travel in South America and Asia, including volunteer assignments in Bhutan and Vietnam as a clinical and academic instructor for local physical therapy staff.
Safety & Solicitation
By the end of this course, you will be able to confidently screen new clients, recognize the red flags of solicitors, and know when to professionally decline services or terminate the relationship with a client.
Comprehensive course covers key theories and physiology, safety, assessment, cupping techniques and application and step-by-step treatment protocols.
Guide time: 8 hrs
This course presents the role and function of myofascia in normal gait, and the most efficient biomechanical paths that take advantage of the properties of myofascial chains.
Guide time: 4 hrs
In this course you will learn how yoga can be used to regulate the autonomic nervous system, build strength, increase flexibility, and reduce stress.
Guide time: 4-6 hrs
This NAT Foundation course is designed for the student of dry needling, or the experienced practitioner who wishes to learn new techniques and current best practices.
Guide time: 8 hrs
Fusion Massage Diploma
Bringing together Eastern and Western understandings of the body, health, and wellness, this Healing Massage course defines and details 40 medical conditions, highlighting any contraindications to massage, and presenting step by step massage therapy protocols.
Trigger Point Therapy
This course is ideal for certified/qualified manual therapists who wish to expand their TrP knowledge further within their scope of practice.
Guide time: 10+ hrs
Movement - Menopause
Phillipa Butler discusses the menopause in detail, the symptoms, the long term health consequences and how Pilates can help to alleviate them.
Guide time: 10 hrs
Lower Limb Injuries
This Sports Massage Therapy tutorial is presented by Stuart Hinds and provides a concise but nonetheless comprehensive overview of common lower limb injuries.
Designed to make the best use of your time!
Corrective Exercise Solutions - Hip and Shoulder
Fusion Massage for Tension Headaches
Contemporary Approach to Low Back Pain
Functional Anatomy - Pelvis and SI Joint
Cupping for the Modern Practitioner
Dry Needling Foundation Course
Ethics: Safety and Solicitation
Orthopedic Cupping (Lower Body)
Psoas - The Vital Psoas Muscle
Trigger Point Therapy for Dogs
This course is for therapists who wish to gain a further knowledge of pregnancy massage, and those who are looking to provide safe and effective pregnancy massage as a speciality.
Guide time: 5 hrs
Low Back Pain
Covers: biopsychosocial model, subjective assessment, objective assessment, special tests, clinical reasoning, treatment planning and application, comprehensive case study.
Guide time: 8 hrs
Courses by Accreditation
American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA)
Alabama Board of Physical Therapy (ABPT)
Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA)
Canadian Massage and Manual Osteopathic Therapists (CMMOTA)
College of Chiropractors of British Columbia (CCBC)
Certified Registered Massage Therapist Association (CRMTA)
Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH)
Kansas Chiropractic Association (KCA)
Mississippi State Board of Massage Therapy (MSBMT)
Missouri State Board for Continued Education (MSBCE)
Massage Therapy Association of Manitoba (MTAM)
Massage and Myotherapy Australia (MMA)
Massage Therapy Association of Nova Scotia (MTANS)
National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB)
National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC)
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