This course will give Massage Therapy students a thorough background in anatomy and physiology stressing the importance of the therapists’ knowledge of muscles bones and nerves. In-depth information is presented on the structure and function of human cells, tissues, and organ systems including the skeletal, muscular and nervous, systems. Laboratory work augments lecture topics and the use of student models to explore body orientation and planes, bony landmarks, etc. Prerequisites: Permission of the Massage Therapy Program Coordinator and placement into college level reading. Co-requisites: MASS150G and MASS161G. Fall semester