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ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

Cost: £210 or £24 per module

Pre-Requisites: None

Course Length: Home Study, comprising 13 modules

Modules;  skeletal system,  muscular system, skin,  circulatory system, lymphatic system, cells & tissues, endocrine system, nervous system,respiratory system, digestive & olfactory system, renal system, reproductive system and a final exam.

Course Structure:

Home study, questionnaire per module and a final exam.

Awarding Body: CMA
 

BACK, NECK & SHOULDER MASSAGE

Cost: £175, including booking fee of £60

Pre-Requisites: None

Course Length: 1 day

Course Content & Learning Outcomes: 

History and benefits of massageworking environmentcode of practice & insurance for therapistsconsultation including contraindicationscontra-actions/ aftercare advicemarketing adviceanatomy & physiology for this treatment and treatment routine.

Course Structure:

Home Study (2 days guided learning)1 day practical training and 5 case studies.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

COLON/ABDOMINAL MASSAGE

Cost: £185, including booking fee of £60

Pre-Requisites: Massage & A&P Level 3

Course Length: 1 day

What is Colon/Abdominal Massage?

Colon/Abdominal Massage is an external, non-invasive abdominal massage to treating the colon and associated abdominal organs of digestion. Colon Massage uses a variety of Eastern and Western techniques to treat the colon holistically.

Colon massage seeks to restore the whole digestive system to its pre-stressed state, by relaxing all the muscles involved and getting them working properly, settling the nerves and taking the tension out of the fascia surrounding all the vital organs.  Using traditional acupressure and western deep tissue massage techniques this truly holistic approach to abdominal health has very profound effects.

Benefits

Common symptoms that clients that may benefit from colon massage are; constipationbloatingdiarrhoea and sluggish bowel.

Highly effective in removing obstructions, correcting dislocations and restoring the harmonious flow. Helps open the abdominal cavity and release the fascia so the organs can lay unrestricted in their natural positions in the abdominal cavity. Helps to detoxify and strengthen the lower abdomen. Useful for relaxing tension in the abdomen and promoting blood flow. General improvement in blood circulation. Helps aid proper digestion. Breaks down adhesion's. Adjusts the uterus to its proper position

Course Content & Learning Outcomes: 

The abdomen (muscles, nerves, solar plexus, problems)conditions can benefit (constipation, IBS, stress, detoxification, fibroids, fertility), Marma pointsbenefitsnavel candlingcontraindications, consultations, aftercarehygiene, health and safety, legal responsibilities, business matterslymphatic system and treatment routine: back massage, abdominal massage, colon massage, marma points, navel candling, lymph drainage.

Course Structure:

Home study (2 days guided learning)1 day practical training and 3 case studies.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

 

CUPPING THERAPY & MASSAGE

Cost: £235, including booking fee of £90 (includes cupping kit)

Pre-Requisites: Massage & A&P Level 3

Course Length: 1 day

What is Cupping Therapy & Massage?

Cupping is a very effective form of treatment in which a special cup is attached to the body surface.  Cupping has been extensively employed in many traditional Asian and European healing systems throughout the centuries.  However, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) seems to incorporate the broadest range of applications and details specific techniques for a wide range of conditions/disorders, including; respiratory, musculoskeletalneurologicalcirculatorydigestive and 

gynaecological.

The therapeutic effects of cupping last long after the treatment is over.  The short and longer-term benefits are individual, varied and cumulative and can include many of the following;increases blood circulation in general and specifically in the area being treated, removes toxins and inflammatory products from the bodyalleviates painstabilises the mood by stimulating the release of endorphinsrelaxes the body, reduces cellulite and water retention and gentle cupping helps lubricate and moisten the skin and benefits scar tissue.

More specifically can benefit; headache, back pain, joint and muscular paininfertilityrheumatic conditionscommon colds and flu, feverinsomniastroke and asthma.

Course Content & Learning Outcomes: 

Cupping therapyhistorybenefitsclinical studiescupping therapy typestypes of cupscupping marksguidelines & precautionsconsultationscontraindicationsclient consultationaftercare advicehealing effecthygienehealth & safetyprofessional ethics, insurance, data protectionrelevant anatomy & physiologytreatment protocols and cupping therapy points.

Course Structure:

Home study (2 days guided learning)1 day practical training and 5 case studies.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

HAND & ARM/LEG & FEET MASSAGE

Cost: £150, including booking fee of £45

Pre-Requisites: None

Course Length: ½ day

Course Content & Learning Outcomes: 

History and benefits of massage, working environment, code of practice & insurance for therapists, consultation including contraindications, contra-actions/ aftercare advice, marketing advice, anatomy & physiology for this treatment and treatment routine.

Course Structure:

Home study (2 days guided learning)½ day practical and 3-5 case studies depending on how quickly you pick up the routine on the training course.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

 

 

HERBAL COMPRESS MASSAGE

Cost: £210, including booking fee of £60

Pre-Requisites: A&P and Body Massage

Course Length: 1 day

What is Herbal Compress Massage?

Thai Herbal Compress has been used for hundreds of years in Thailand as a remedy for sore aching muscles, stress relief, exhaustion and other ailments. This is truly a wonderful treatment that is still little known in Europe. Herbs are wrapped in balls of cotton muslin, steams to release essentials oils and aromas, and the applied to the body.

Compress Massage aims to loosen blockages and restore the body’s natural equilibrium and balance. It also relaxes the muscles and stimulates the flow of both blood and lymph. Compresses are excellent for stiff, sore or pulled muscles and ligaments; back pain; arthritis; chronic pain or injury; disorders of the internal organs; skin diseases, migraines, and chronic stress or anxiety. A Hot Herbal Compress adds to these benefits the healing effects of therapeutic herbs in patting, pounding and kneading actions. This traditional treatment has been practiced to soothe muscle tension and stiffness in key areas. The combination of heat and medicinal herbs is absorbed by the body to help reduce aches. The ingredients, organic herbs which include ginger root, turmeric, camphor, lime flowers, borneol, citrus hystrix, and cinnamon, along with the main ingredient of lemon grass, are antioxidants, natural skin softeners, hydrants and refiners.

Benefits:

Kick starts the elimination of the lymphatic systemhelps the balance of the elements within the bodyinhalation of the Thai herbs ease respirationdiuretic properties, increased circulation to all the tissues assisting nourishment and waste removal, calms the digestive system, relives aches and pains in the muscular system, stimulates the skin by nourishing & improving waste removal, induces deep relaxation, relieves stress and fatigue and boosts both emotional and physical well-being.

Course Content & Learning Outcomes: 

Herbal compress massagehistorybenefitsequipment neededcompress ingredientsconsultationscontraindicationsaftercare advicehealing effecthygiene, health & safety, practice mattersrelevant A&P and treatment routine.

Course Structure:

Home study (2 days guided learning)1 day practical training and 2 case studies.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

 

 

HOLISTIC MASSAGE

Cost: £235, including booking fee of £75

Pre-Requisites: A&P; if required can study that alongside with our home study course

Course Length: 1 day

What is a Holistic Massage?

Holistic means 'whole'. So this form of massage deals with you as a 'whole'. Like other therapies, it is not just looking to treat the symptoms, but to establish the cause, whether it be internal or external. The aim is to re-balance the body, so it achieves homeostasis or balance. Holistic massage is a therapeutic application of touch that is also a supportive, relaxing treatment that encourages the mind to slow down whilst energy is increased. This treatment also lifts the spirit on an emotional level.

Benefits

Massage is one of the best-known antidotes for stress. Reducing stress gives you more energy, improves your outlook on life, and in the process reduces your likelihood of injury and illness. Massage can also relieve symptoms of conditions that are aggravated by anxiety, such as asthma or insomnia.

Physical benefits include; improves the tone of the skin and colour, encourages better circulation thereby a more efficient delivery of nutrients, encourages deeper breathing to a more relaxed breathing, reduces swelling by encouraging better lymph drainage, relieves muscle fatigue to tired and sore muscles, relieves stiff joints therefore more beneficial for arthritis sufferers, promotes general relaxing, can sedate of stimulate the nervous system and encourages better waste removal.

Emotional benefits; relaxing, thereby reducing tension and the effects of stress, relaxes the mind thereby reducing anxiety and its effect, promotes self esteem and increases energy by invigorating all the body systems thereby reducing fatigue after the energy in the body is held in a state of tension and strain.

Course Content & Learning Outcomes: 

History of massage, principles & benefits of massage, Chakra energy, Marma points, consultations, contraindications, contra-actions, aftercare, hygiene, health & safety, insurance & legal requirements, how to set-up in business, relevant anatomy & physiology, massage movements and treatment protocol (including face and scalp).

Course Structure:

Home study (2 days guided learning)1 day practical training and 8 case studies.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

HOT STONE MASSAGE

Cost: £205, including booking fee of £60

Pre-Requisites: A&P and Body Massage

Course Length: 1 day

Course Content & Learning Outcomes: 

Hot Stone MassagehistoryHimalayan basalt stoneshot & cold stones, benefitsequipment neededthe stonesgeneral pointsarranging the stone, cleaning, recharging, heatingChakra'scrystalsconsultationscontraindicationsaftercare advicehealing effecthygiene, health & safetyrelevant A&P and treatment protocol.

Course Structure:

Home study (1-day guided learning)1 day practical training and 3 case studies.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

 

INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE

Cost: £205, including booking fee of £60

Pre-Requisites: None

Course Length: 1 day

Course Content & Learning Outcomes: 

History and benefits of Indian head massage, use of oil, types of oils and their benefitsChakra energiesMarma pointsapplying oil to scalpconsultation including contraindicationscontra-actionsaftercare adviceworking environmentcode of practice & insurance for therapistsanatomy & physiology for this treatment and Indian head massage therapy routine.

Course Structure:

Home study (1-day guided learning)1 day practical training and 5 case studies.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate


 

PREGNANCY MASSAGE

Cost: £205, including booking fee of £60

Pre-Requisites: A&P Level 3 & Body Massage

Course Content & Learning Outcomes:

Benefits of pregnancy massage, the changing body (by trimester and all the changes in the various body systems), clinical implications/observations (including possible causes of pain, bleeding and impact on various body systems), development of foetus by trimester, consultation process including contraindications, hygiene, professional ethics, insurance, data protection, client confidentiality, relevant anatomy & physiology, postural assessment, positioning, draping & equipment, massage movements & medium, resources and treatment routine.

Course Structure:

Home study (2 days guided learning) and 1 day practical training (case studies NOT required).

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

SWEDISH MASSAGE

Cost: £415, including booking fee of £100

Pre-Requisites: A&P – if needed you can study this as home study alongside your massage course

Course Content & Learning Outcomes:

History of massage, history and benefits of Swedish massage, working environment, code of practice and insurance for therapists, consultation process including contraindications, contra-actions and aftercare advice, oils for massage, massage movements, Swedish massage routine and anatomy & physiology for Swedish massage.

Course Structure:

Home study (2 days guided learning), 2 days of  practical training, 15 case studies and a final assessment.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

THAI HAND & FOOT MASSAGE

Cost: £205, including booking fee of £60

Pre-Requisites: None

What is Thai Hand & Foot Massage?

The main aim of Thai massage is to re-balance the flow of energy in the body using the system of 'Sen' energy lines. These are similar to the meridian energy lines of Chinese medicine but follow the natural contours of the body. Unlike the techniques used in Western massage, the Thai method uses a rhythmic movement to apply pressure to energy lines and points, together with muscle stretching and compression. Although it is known as massage, it has more in common with Japanese Shiatsu or Chinese acupressure systems of body work.

The benefits of Thai Foot and Hand Massage are far reaching. It can free energy blockages; facilitate relaxation; instill a feeling of well-being and increase flexibility in joints. The calming and restorative effects of the massage also work on both the superficial and deeper layers of the muscles and connective tissue.

Course Content & Learning Outcomes:

Thai foot & hand massage, history, benefits, SEN lines, equipment needed, hygiene, health & safety, practice matters, relevant A&P, and treatment protocol.

Course Structure:

Home study (2 days guided learning), 1 day practical training and 3 case studies.

Awarding Body: Towergate

WARM BAMBOO MASSAGE

Cost: £205, including booking fee of £60

Pre-Requisites: A&P and Body Massage

What is Warm Bamboo Massage?

Bamboo Massage is a where the therapist uses warmed bamboo tools of varying lengths and diameters to roll, knead and relax muscles with deep tissue techniques.  It is beneficial in that it brings about increased circulation, relief of sore muscles and lymphatic drainage and a deep state of relaxation.

Benefits:

Increases circulation, lymphatic drainage, eliminates toxins, deep sense of relaxation and well-being, promotes restful sleep, helps alleviate sleeping disorders, helps relieve stress, relaxes tight muscles, relieves aches and pains, alleviates back and shoulder pain, improves sport performance and endurance, increases joint and muscle flexibility, promotes sensory nerve perception, pressure is maintained for longer periods of time and  helps to reduce stress and strain on hands and fingers, whilst allowing for deeply penetrating move.

Course Content & Learning Outcomes:

History of bamboo, bamboo structure and benefits, history and benefits of warm bamboo massage, equipment needed, client consultation, contraindications, aftercare, healing effect, hygiene, health & safety, insurance & legal issues, business matters, anatomy & physiology related to treatment, warm bamboo massage routine and case studies.

Course Structure:

Home study (2 days guided learning), 1 day practical training and 3 case studies.

Awarding Body: ABT & Towergate

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