This is a Continuing Professional Development course. It is anticipated this 2-day course will qualify for 10 CPD points with most professional bodies.
A tool-kit of additional skills
This unique 2-day course incorporates carefully selected techniques from Tuina (Traditional Chinese Massage).
It is designed to expand the possibilities of Indian Head Massage as a flexible and responsive therapeutic approach for therapists, making it a more effective therapy for clients.
The next course will run on Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th May, 2019 from 9.30am to 4pm in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland.
The course fee is £250.00.
There will be two twenty minute breaks (refreshment provided) and a forty five minute lunch break (refreshment not provided).
The course offers a new range of specialised massage techniques informed by tutor Mariette Lobo’s expertise and experience as a Tuina (Traditional Chinese Massage) master practitioner. They are used on the shoulders, arms, hands, neck and scalp.
This new “tool-kit” will provide IHM therapists with additional skills that can be adapted and used in different ways to suit the individual needs of the client.
This is a very practical course and both days are very hands on so be prepared to give and receive several, well-paced, treatments. The intention is not to offer a set routine, but to share ideas, experiences and suggestions. Practitioners will, therefore, have greater choice when considering the most suitable Indian head massage treatment for clients.
The course also acts as a refresher for therapists wishing to renew their confidence in using Indian Head Massage.
You will be awarded a certificate of attendance as evidence of CPD for your portfolio.
With over 20 years in practice, Mariette has developed a blend of Eastern and Western therapies to create a holistic, preventative approach to healthcare.
She is a Tuina Master Practitioner and has safely and effectively used this knowledge to develop advanced techniques for Indian Head Massage that work on muscles and joints at a deeper level on a fully clothed body.
Please email for a registration form
Applications, with course fees, must be received must be received by Saturday 20th April, 2019, ie, two weeks prior to course start date of 4th May 2019.
Late applications to join this course will be accepted only under special circumstances.
Course fees are fully inclusive of all course content.
Course content for you to print is emailed to you shortly before the course start date.