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Diploma course Accredited by Complementary Therapists Association (CThA). What will you learn? You will learn how to confidently give an acupressure-based chair massage safely and effectively in a wide range of settings, including offices and events. What is covered on the course? ? Massage of the back, shoulders, arms, hands, neck and head ? A sequence of acupressure points specifically chosen to help clients relax, release tension and feel refreshed ? Stretches to encourage better posture ? Percussion techniques to reinvigorate ? Use of good posture and body weight to apply effective pressure ? Conduct brief consultations to ensure the best massage for the client ? Client care and aftercare ? History of on-site Chair Massage ? Benefits and contraindications ? Review relevant anatomy, physiology and pathology ? Adapting the massage to 10, 20 and 30 minute sessions ? How to market to the corporate sector How long is the course? A 4-day course for practitioners of complementary therapies who already hold a recognised qualification in massage therapy. Dates 15-17 May 2010 27 June 2010 Who is the course for? ? Practising therapists of any discipline who wish to expand their therapy base and broaden their knowledge. ? Anyone interested in an easily portable therapy. ? Anyone wanting seated, clothed massage techniques for the back, arms, hands, neck and head. What else? Coursework consists of 50 documented 20 minute sessions. There will be a final exam consisting of a practical session and a 1 hour written paper. Venue To be confirmed Course cost 395 GBP (Required deposit: 100 GBP)

Diploma course Accredited by Complementary Therapists Association (CThA). What will you learn? You will learn how to confidently give an acupressure-based chair massage safely and effectively in a wide range of settings, including offices and events. What is covered on the course? ? Massage of the back, shoulders, arms, hands, neck and head ? A sequence of acupressure points specifically chosen...

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