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Course Content Working with different chairs, setting up and seating the client, application of body mechanics to allow you to complete multiple sessions per day, contraindications, correct posture, use of hands, thumbs and forearms to apply pressure, seated sequence to cover shoulders, back, neck, legs and arms, shiatsu techniques. The first two days covers the same content as the non qualification workshop. The last two days covers the extra requirements for the VTCT diploma including ongoing assessments and an outline of the requirements for the home study period. Qualification Attained VTCT Level 3 'Diploma in Workplace Massage'. This course can be taken without the VTCT qualification in which case a Manchester School of Massage certificate of attendance will be provided. Examination System Continuous assessment by means of written homework, assignments and home practice. Home study and practice is over a minimum period of two months following the school attendance days. A final assessment date is arranged after the home study period. Further Information On-Site massage, also referred to as chair massage or seated acupressure is based on meridian therapy and uses thumb, finger, elbow and knuckle pressure to stimulate acupressure points on the meridians lines along the back, arms, hands, neck, head and legs. Press and release techniques are used to stimulate the balance and flow of energy throughout the body. The circulatory, muscular, nervous, immune and lymphatic systems are stimulated, promoting the release of mood-regulating neurotransmitters which leaves the client feeling relaxed, but energised and in a focused frame of mind. The treatment lasts about 20 minutes, making On Site Massage ideal for the busy workplace where employees benefit from this dynamic de-stressing therapy and can return to their work full of energy. Course times are from 10.30 am to 5.00 pm. The group size is kept below ten for individual attention.

Course Content Working with different chairs, setting up and seating the client, application of body mechanics to allow you to complete multiple sessions per day, contraindications, correct posture, use of hands, thumbs and forearms to apply pressure, seated sequence to cover shoulders, back, neck, legs and arms, shiatsu techniques. The first two days covers the same content as the non...

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