The intensive 54 hrs training course is conducted over five consecutive days and incorporates specific theory of Lymph system and detailled practice time. The course covers following aspects:
The expected learning outcomes are: Demonstrate understanding of the principles of MLD method, Ability to deliver a practical demonstration of a MLD full body treatment for the intact lymph system.
The advanced training – Level II consists of additional 54 hrs training, specializing in study and practice of MLD and De-congestive treatment as a remedial treatment program. The course covers following aspects:
The expected learning outcomes are: Ability to assess a lymphœdema condition and demonstrate treatment with ancillary techniques. To demonstrate overall knowledge of pathologies with lymph oedemas To plan and undertake a treatment routine and discuss client management and maintenance support.
Refresher programs are offered throughout the year to enable practitioners who have previously completed MLD I or MLD/CPT and who want to consolidate their skills. The supervised class will enable you to revise techniques, answer questions and will give you a chance to meet and practice with other “Lymphies”. A refresher is also recommended prior to undertaking MLD/CPT if some time has elapsed since completing MLD I.
Hot Stone Therapy is a thermotherapy massage using hot basalt stones incorporated with traditional massage techniques to bring about a feeling of deep relaxation and well-being. A new tool as a therapy on its own or in conjunction with deep tissue treatments, this course teaches you the theory and plenty of practical work with a full set of basalt stones. The course covers following aspects:
Stretching is a natural habit of the human race, whether for comfort,re-alignment or an “itch’ to move and feel more flexible. This one day practical workshop is for therapists and students who wish to expand and compliment their massage and bodywork treatment.
The expected learning outcomes are : To demonstrate comprehension of the theory of stretching. To be able to tailor a mixed program of stretches for clients with specific conditions. To demonstrate stretches for injury preservation as a practitioner. To be able to demonstrate safe use of equipment and how to instruct a client.
The 25-hour training can extend your professional profile far more than using foot massage. FRT is a science and healing technique, based on ancient Chinese and Egyptian health philosophies. By manually working on various parts of the foot the therapist can stimulate muscles, organs, glands and nerves via ‘reflex’ points. The effects of FRT are manifold, including relief of pain, balance of metabolic and organic function, an increased sense of wellbeing and tension release. The course content covers:
The learning outcome covers the understanding of the principle, theory and practice of FRT and the ability to perform a complete FRT treatment sequence. It also provides knowledge and the ability to work collateral with other massage modalities