Howell, NJ - February 17, 2011 - Before you invest time and money in seeking out online assistance for learning the anatomy and physiology of the muscle system of the body, take a look at the online learning resource available to massage students and schools at www.betterpostureschool.com/. Students will have the benefit of learning from more than 220 pages of muscles that include pictures; video and text in a color coded system on each page; as well as the benefit of testing their new knowledge with a quiz system.
All Star Education staff has written quizzes that are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with the students benefiting from immediate test results. Schools will benefit by using this visual-based website for their students, and schools may also securely submit their own quizzes, written by school instructors, for hosting within the quiz section--and only their students will have access to those school written quizzes.
No newcomer to education or massage therapy schools and practices, William Fee has spent 20 years in education and 12 focused on massage therapy education. All Star Education & Training offers a unique perspective for online learning, basing this online community on experience as a classroom educator, and the unique needs and challenges offered by massage therapy students.
According to Fee, "The question I get most often is, 'What makes this site different?' My answer is simple. We are educators and massage therapists. We are real, classroom educators and massage therapists, and with our IMG Networks Web designer, we provide a unique service for schools and students. As educators, we understand and take into account the different learning styles and offer techniques that will help students in their learning."
Industry experts agree. "Better Posture School is without a doubt the most complete online site for learning muscle anatomy. Because this is, in my opinion, the most essential component of massage therapy, massage therapists in particular will find the materials invaluable," stated Jayne Thomas, L.M.T., founder of Massage Promotions and the successful website http://www.massagepromos.com/.
Fee is a 1990 graduate of Monmouth University with a dual major in elementary education and history, and is a 1996 graduate from the Somerset School of Massage Therapy. In addition to being a classroom educator, Fee is a former clinic and admission director at the Somerset School (part of Cortiva Education); a clinician for the Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation's Sportsmetrics program to reduce knee injuries in female athletes; a former NATA athletic trainer CEU provider; and has appeared on WFAN sportsradio in New York as a featured guest speaking on female athletes and knee injuries.