8 training courses found
Indian Head Massage can be taken to promote relaxation, a sense of well being and can be an important element in controlling stress management using simple hand techniques which are safe and simple. The course includes The History and Philosophy of Indian Head Massage, The benefits, contra-indications and contra-actions of Indian Head massage, Revision and extended anatomy of the head, neck and shoulders, Location of pressure points of the skull, The theory and practice of Indian Head Massage, Understanding the importance of client aftercare, Advice on choice of equipment and clothing for both therapist and client and To complete 5 detailed client case studies x 4 treatments.
The course includes The history of massage, The physical and psychological benefits of massage therapy, To practise the classical movements of Swedish massage and towel draping techniques, To understand the Holistic approach, To complete 5 detailed client case studies x4 treatments, To have a basic understanding of other complementary therapies, Understand the importance of client care and advice on choice of equipment and clothing for both therapist and client. Successful students will be awarded the ITEC Internationally recognised Diploma.
Reflexology is an ancient technique where manual pressure is applied to specific areas - reflex points - of the feet and hands in order to rebalance the flow of energy in the body and stimulating natural healing processes. The reflexes on the feet and hands act as mirror images of the body.
Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils from plants which can be used in many different forms, such as fragrances, bath oils, inhalations or massage oils. The use of essential oils in Aromatherapy can be used with or without massage and is used to bring about a sense of well being and balance.
Enjoyment is at the heart of this 2 day workshop, learning the techniques required for a facial skincare treatment and giving and receiving a treatment. The products used within this workshop are naturally derived with the emphasis on the practical application of cleansing, exfoliation, massage and face masks.
This certified course is run within the ITEC Diploma (3 unit) qualification and will result in an ITEC qualification in Professional Conduct/Business Awareness (Unit 22). Minimum age for students is 18 (by examination date).
The Anatomy and Physiology award is the 'foundation' upon which all other Complementary, Beauty and Sports Therapy awards are based. It is comprised of several units encompassing all systems of the body.
This course is a one day workshop with a theoretical assessment and case study obligation. It looks at the history of candling, the composition of the candles, the anatomy and physiology of the ear and paranasal sinuses, common conditions treated and aftercare.