28 training courses found
Stretches and mobilising techniques can be very useful in massage sessions for relaxing the client, releasing particular muscle tensions, mobilising the joints, and expanding the client’s flexibility. They also provide the massage practitioner with an effective alternative to having to constantly apply pressure in massage treatments.
Protect your Hands, Shoulders and Back Massage practitioners can find themselves with tight shoulders and a stiff/aching back at the end of the working day. Many people also develop strains in their hands if they are regularly applying firm pressure.
ON SITE MASSAGE (SEATED ACUPRESSURE) This is a MUST-HAVE therapy if you are looking to do corporate work/festivals etc. We can also put you in touch with the company that arrange back-stage massage for artists and performers around the UK and On-Site massage is the preferred therapy.
This course presents ways of releasing accumulated tension in the neck and mobilising it, primarily with the client supine and seated. Techniques covered range from gentle stretches to firm massage and a variety of neck mobilisations.
Indian Head Massage is carried out in a ’regular’ chair with the client fully clothed which makes it an extremely flexible and versatile therapy yet still amazingly stress relieving - ideal for corporate work, for clients who don’t want to undress or find it difficult to lie on a couch or for those ’impromtu’ situations - no need for special equipment or oil! This is a level 3, accredited practitioner course and you should be qualified in massage, aromatherapy or sports massage to attend - just give us a call for clarification. This course runs over 2 days This form of massage, originating in the East several hundred years ago, works on both physical and mental states.
To attend this course you must haave a level 3 massage or aromatherapy qualification. An extremely popular treatment with clients, Holistic Facials is an one day level 3 course open to qualified massage therapists who would like to offer Facial Treatments to their clients, an area many courses just touch on if not omit completely.
This day has been designed for qualified reflexologists who have either not practised their skill or have had little practise. The aim of the workshop is to reawaken your skills and build your confidence so that you can offer this lovely treatment to clients.
Myofascial Release Technique is a very gentle approach which releases tension in the fascia Myofascial Release Technique is a very gentle approach which releases tension in the fascia, thereby allowing the muscles to work more efficiently and allows chronic patterns of dysfunction to move more freely. This technique is gentle on the practitioner's body and enables you to tackle acute and chronic conditions more confidently.
Thai Foot Massage is a wonderfully relaxing treatment that can be offered to your clients as a ’stand alone’ therapy - we all have those clients that love having their feet massaged! or you can integrate it into your existing skills. This is an accredited, level 3 practitioner course - to attend you must have a recognised massage or reflexology qualification - just call us for clairification if you’re unsure Thai Foot Massage can be performed as a stand alone treatment, but equally some of the techniques can be integrated into your existing foot and leg routine, as well as into a reflexology treatment.
This course taught by Darien Pritchard is designed to help massage practitioners to save their fingers, thumbs and/or wrists (the most common areas of strain for practitioners) while applying firm pressure - You will learn new effective skills that can be integrated into your massage sessions. This is an accredited, level 3 practitioner course - to attend you must either have a recognised massage qualification or be a registered osteopath or chiropractor etc This Hands Free Massage workshop covers a range of forearm techniques and introduces some elbow techniques that can substitute for and extend ‘classic’ massage techniques.
Arguably one of the most popular therapies around today, Hot Stone Massage is not only extremely relaxing, and very effective due to the heat introduced to tense muscles but also much less strain on the hands of the therapist - win win really! This is an accredited, level 3 practitioner course and to attend you must have a recognised massage qualification such as Swedish Massage, Holistic Massage, Aromatherapy, Sports etc, if you’re unsure just give us a call or email to clarify. Hot Stone Massage is a deeply relaxing treatment that effectively releases stress and tension in the body.
Research is showing that baby massage can be very beneficial for both mother and baby and is becoming increasingly popular. This 2 day course will teach you to become an Infant Massage Instructor so that you can then hold classes for parents who would like to learn this wonderful skill.
This course is open to all Sports Massage Therapists & also those who have completed ’Advanced Massage’ (1). This is another great opportunity to train with Reg.
Prerequisite: You must have a minimum Level 3 body massage certificate i.e.
Beneficial to those with sinus conditions, hay fever, headaches, migraines and much more - This is an accredited, level 3 Practitioner course - to attend you must have a recognised therapy qualification which incorporated the study of physiology & anatomy e.g.
This is a 1 day level 3 practitioner course aimed at massage therapists – to attend you must have a level 3 body massage qualification – e.g.
The Lower Back and Hips is a common area of discomfort and this advanced massage workshop with Darien Pritchard will equip you with the skills to alleviate the tension in this area far more effectively. This is an accredited, level 3 Course - to attend you must have a recognised massage qualification - if unsure, just give us a call to clarify This workshop presents a variety of ways of working to release accumulated tension in the lower trunk, a common area of stiffness and soreness, and to increase mobility in the lower back and at the hip joints.
Almost everyone at some point in their lives will suffer with low back pain, from the sedentary office worker, to pregnant women, school children carrying heavy bags to school and builders To attend this course you must have a level 3 body massage certificate/qualification. Low back pain is the second most common cause of long-term sickness in the UK after stress.
This course is designed for qualified reflexologists and will complement theconception course, although can be taken as a day on its own. Theory will focus on the changes that take place during the three trimesters of pregnancy, including the post-natal period.
This is a really fascinating day for qualified reflexologists. A thorough & accredited workshop designed for reflexologists who wish to explore safe techniques for working with women who are trying to conceive.