Season’s Greetings!

It’s the time of year when we like to reflect on all the blessings we’ve received over the past
many months. Needless to say, 2021 has been another challenging year for so many,
including Klose Training. When the pandemic paused in-person classes last year, we found
ourselves imagining new ways to deliver our lymphedema certification courses effectively and
safely. With the help of our experienced instructors and staff, we were able to continue offering
our courses with only a few months’ interruption. I would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU
to everyone who has helped in this transition. Special thanks to our national and international
students, our dedicated instructors, the many local and national businesses we depend on and,
of course, the many lymphedema garment companies for their generous support of us and our students throughout the year.

Pictured from left to right: Lisa Konruff, Operations Director; Corey Arthur, Videographer and Web Specialist; Diana “Di” Beeman, Administrative Assistant; Guenter Klose, Executive Director & Ashley Wolfe, Administrative Manager

May this Holiday Season and the New Year be filled with hope, joy, happiness, good health and prosperity for ALL. We look forward to working with you again
in 2022 and for many years to come.

Best wishes,
Guenter Klose and the Klose Training Team

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Klose Training continues to innovate without compromising the quality of its lymphedema certification. By moving more lectures online, the live-class portion is shorter and focuses on hands-on learning, case studies, and differential diagnosis. Online lectures are completed at the student’s own pace and remain accessible for one year post-graduation.

  • Same 135-hour education with improved educational outcomes*
  • Fewer days away from home and work
  • Lower accommodation expenses

*Because of the change in ratio of online-to-live course hours, our curriculum no longer meets the requirements to sit for the CLT-LANA exam. Note: LANA certification is not required to practice lymphedema therapy, nor does it assure the quality of the therapist’s work.