Body Massage Courses
A body massage is a relaxing and enjoyable treatment designed to encourage a feeling of calm and well-being. This course will teach you everything you need to know about offering a professional body massage and includes a practical training session and assessment. Body Massage is specifically developed for both beginner and more experienced beauty specialists who want to offer Body Massage as a new treatment on their salon menu.
This course will also teach you the skills that you need to know about offering professional Body Massage treatments.
Once you have completed your course and are a qualified Massage specialist you can charge anywhere between £30 – £60 per treatment and that normally takes around 45mins-1hr.
Hot Stone and
A Hot Stone or Himalayan Salt Stone Massage treatment is relaxing and enjoyable treatment designed to ease tension and muscle stiffness. Hot stones when combined with massage helps to expand blood vessels which encourages blood flow through the body. Balinese stones bathed in massage oil are worked deep into the muscles getting into areas of tension resulting in sparkling vitality and hydrated skin. Hot Stones Body Massage is specifically developed for the beginners and more experienced beauty specialists who want to offer Hot Stones Body Massage or Himalayan Salt Stone as a new treatment on their salon menu.
It is advised to do the Body Massage Course first to learn all the knowledge that underpins this course and experience required for more advanced massage techniques.
This course will also teach you the skills that you need to know about offering professional Hot Stone Massage and Himalayan Salt Stone treatments.
Once you have completed your course and are a qualified Massage specialist you can charge anywhere between £40 – £75 per treatment and that normally takes around 45mins-1hr.
and Ear Candles
Indian Head Massage is an ancient technique practiced over thousands of years that combines oils with natural healing property and massage, to relieve pressure points and promote the removal of toxins from the shoulders, neck, face and scalp. Help your clients switch off from the outside world and unwind their busy mind.
The course is combined with Ear Candling also known as Thermal Auricular Therapy, a technique often used as an alternative medicine practice to improve general health and well-being.
This course will also teach you the skills that you need to know about offering professional Indian Head Massage and Ear Candeling treatments.
Once you have completed your course and are a qualified Indian Head and Ear Candeling specialist you can charge anywhere between £30 – £45 per treatment and that normally takes around 30 – 45 mins.
Aromatherapy, also known as essential oil therapy, is a holistic healing treatment that uses aromatic essential oils that are known to medicinally improve the health of the body, mind and spirit.
The essential oils are made from essences found in the flowers, leaves, roots, peel, resin, seeds and bark of some plants.
It enhances both physical and emotional health and is thought of as both an art and a science.
The treatment works through absorption of the oils through the skin, or through the sense of smell and breathing them in.
In Bamboo massage, hollow bamboo canes of different lengths and diameters are used as a massage tool, either warmed or at room temperature.
The bamboo cane replaces the therapist’s hands, and it is used to give a deep, firm massage.
The longer sticks are used for gliding strokes on the larger muscles such as the back and thighs, whilst the smaller ones are used for more detailed work such as on the feet.
The muscles are kneaded, which assist in the release of tension and easing of knots. This technique works in a very similar way to hot stone massage.
Shiatsu (meaning ‘finger pressure’) is a form of Japanese bodywork based on concepts in traditional Chinese therapy. It can be done through the clothes or on bare skin and includes techniques such as stretching, holding, and leaning body weight into various points along key channels.
It derives from a Japanese massage modality called anma and it relies on the use the fingers, thumbs, and palms to apply pressure to various areas of the body’s surface to help heal common ailments and conditions, and correct imbalances in the body.
Each treatment will take around 60 – 90 minutes and is best suited for clients that are seeking a relaxing massage, although this massage will help to release some tension. Upon completion of your course, you will be fully qualified and can charge anywhere between £30 -£60 depending on your location and length of treatment.
If you would like to study this course now, it can be found on our Online Shiatsu Massage Course.
Deep tissue massage is a form of massage therapy that focuses on restoring deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue. The therapy involves applying a concentrated pressure through slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of the muscles and connective tissue. It is particularly helpful for treating chronic aches and pains, sports injuries, strains, contracted areas such as stiff neck and upper back, lower back pain, leg muscle tightness and sore shoulders.
Whilst other massages focus mostly on relaxation, this technique is used to reduce tension and increase flexibility. This treatment is ideal for active clients as it will help any muscle pain they may have due to exercise.
This treatment will take around 60-90 minutes to complete, depending on what it is your client requires. Once you are fully qualified and insured you can charge clients £50 -£75 per treatment, these prices will depend on your location and your clients’ requests.
If you would like to study this course now, it can be found on our Online Deep Tissue Massage.
Thai Massage is administered on a padded mat positioned on the floor. The massage therapist manipulates the body into stretches to help relax muscles and enhance muscle tone and flexibility. In addition to stretches, Thai Massage also incorporates a series of yoga-like poses, compression, acupressure, and joint mobility. The theoretical foundation of Thai massage is based on the concept of invisible energy lines running through the body with reported effects of benefiting flexibility, joint or lower back pain. Clients have also reported an improvement in their anxieties and headaches after this treatment
This treatment will take around 60-90 minutes to complete, depending on what it is your client requires. Once you are fully qualified and insured you can charge clients £55 -£70 per treatment, these prices will depend on your location and your client’s requests.
If you would like to study this course now, it can be found on our Online Thai Massage.
A Pregnancy Massage is a combination of a Swedish, shiatsu and deep tissue massage which also takes care to ensure both the mother and baby are safe during this treatment. This technique can also be used after a women’s pregnancy to treat any muscle pain she may still have after the delivery.
Techniques will vary depending on your client and their stage of pregnancy, but the main difference is your client laying on their side rather than the stomach. This helps to avoid any harm coming to the mum-to-be or the baby. Women have reported benefits including relief of muscle and joint pain, reduction of stress and anxiety, an increase of energy with reported effects assisting a better sleep.
This treatment will usually take around an hour to complete and once you have received your qualification and are fully insured you can charge up to £100 depending on your location, length of treatment and client’s needs.