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Massage Therapies Course

Want to become a qualified Massage Therapist?

 

This fast track program will award you qualifications in:

 

BODY MASSAGE

INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE

AROMA MASSAGE

HOT STONE MASSAGE

HOT HERBAL COMPRESS MASSAGE

 

The course is accredited by The Guild of Beauty & Holistic Therapists and you can get insurance through them to practice.

 

You will be required to do some home study online for the Body Massage, Indian Head Massage and Aroma Massage parts of the course.

 

This course will run one weekend a month for 4 months on the following dates:

 

27 + 28 July / 18 + 19 August / 15 + 16 September / 20 + 21 October

 

Chose your payment option to the right to book your place.

 

If you have any questions you can email me at doaklynn@icloud.com or call 07713 113517

 

 

 

 

BODY MASSAGE

 

Body Massage involves touch movement applied to the body, including pressure, vibrations, and flowing, rhythmic, soothing effleurage. The movements that are applied to the skin and underlying tissues, can release muscular tension, encourage healing, help to alleviate stress, relieve pain, induce relaxation and enhance well-being.

 

The GTi Body Massage Award is accredited by the Guild of Beauty Therapists, the UK’s leading professional beauty trade body.

The course consists of Anatomy & Physiology and Body Massage theory modules which are completed online prior to attending the practical course. The online work is clearly set out with detailed video tutorials.  Completing studying online enables us to teach the practical element in a short period of time.

 

You will learn how to give a full body massage including legs, back, face, head, abdomen, arms and hands.  This signature massage combines elements of Swedish massage and Balinese massage.

 

 

INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE

 

This course will teach you everything you need to know about offering a professional, traditional Indian head massage and includes a practical training session and assessment.

 

This GTi Indian Head Massage course follows the National Occupational Standards and covers all the necessary anatomy & physiology, plus reception, consultation, aftercare guidance and contra-indications to treatment.

 

This course covers the technique for upper back, shoulder, upper arm, neck, scalp and face massage. It also includes the theory behind Indian Head Massage such as the history of the treatment, principles of ayurveda, marma points and chakras.

 

 

AROMA MASSAGE

 

This course will teach you everything you need to know in order to carry out a professional aromatherapy treatment using pre-blended oils.  

The GTi Aromatherapy course describes all the characteristics of the essential oils and carrier oils as well as describing how you can incorporate aromatherapy into your massage treatments.

 

 

The course will give you an understanding on essential oils and how they may be used within a massage treatment. This course is not a substitute for a full Aromatherapy qualification but offers you the opportunity of using pre-blended aromatherapy oils safely in your massage practice. All Products and equipment required for the training will be provided on the day, but you will need to purchase a starter kit of essential oils to practice this - details will be given on the course of the certified pure therapeutic grade oils we prefer.

  • History of aromatherapy
  • Contra-indications/contra-actions
  • Benefits of using pre-blended aromatherapy 
  • Carrier oils
  • Care & Storage
  • After care/Home care
  • Aromatherapy massage routine

 

 

HOT STONE & HOT COMPRESS MASSAGE

 

Heated massage treatments are very popular in spas and salons, providing the client with a deep sense of relaxation and warmth through the properties of the stones, and the herbs in the compresses.

 

You will learn how to safely perform a Hot stone massage, including what equipment you will need and how to set it up.

 

You will also learn how to incorporate Thai or Ayurvedic hot compresses into your full body or back massage routine.  This is a unique treatment not offered in many places in N-Ireland. Clients love the smell of the herbs mixed with the warming, soothing affect on the body.

  • History of hot stone and hot compress massage
  • Contra-indications/contra-actions
  • Benefits of heated massage treatments
  • Safety and precautions
  • Equipment set up
  • After care/Home care
  • Incorporating the tools into your massage routine

 

 

 

 


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