Indian Head Massage Course
The next dates for this course: October 3rd and 4th, 2020
Times: 10:15 am- 4:30/ 5pm
Venue address: The Sanctuary of Healing, Langho, Blackburn, BB6 8AF
Indian Head Massage originates from India where this ancient technique has been practised for thousands of years within families on members from a very young age. Indian Head Massage has made its way to the Western world and provides an extensive list of health benefits.
The procedure for Indian Head Massage involves massage on the back, neck, shoulders, arms, head and face. This gentle and non-invasive treatment has proved effective in treating many ailments assisting in creating a feeling of well- being, providing stress relief and relaxation. Some of the health benefits include: better concentration and clarity of mind; releases/ eases muscle tension/ backache; balances hormones; improves circulation; promotes hair growth and improves hair condition; treats sinus conditions; relief form migraines and headaches.
The demand for Indian Head massage is growing as people are becoming more aware of alternative and complementary treatments that are available. Indian Head Massage can be carried out practically anywhere and minimal equipment is necessary. Benefits can be experienced soon after the initial treatment and regular, consequent treatments have shown some remarkable results in both general health and specific ailments. This therapy is provided to a wide range of clients including businesses, care homes, spas and private clinics.
Indian Head Massage is a good place to start if you wish to start a career in Holistic Therapies, or is also a beneficial course to add to your existing treatment list. The topics on this course include:
Practical application of Indian head massage
Health and Safety
Benefits of Indian head massage
Contra-indications and contra-actions
This course runs for two days focusing on the practical aspects of Indian Head Massage. The student is then expected to carry out case studies as part of the assessment. On completion, a certificate recognised by The Complementary Medical Association is awarded, enabling the therapist can attain insurance to practice Indian Head Massage professionally.
Where can this certificate lead me?
You can become a self-employed therapist or enter employment.
There are jobs for therapists in spas, care settings and the voluntary sector.
Pre-requisites to take the course:
You should have or be working towards a Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology (or hold the equivalent).
CPD Points: 20 +
Cost of the course: £210.00 includes class materials and exam fees.
Pay deposit £100
Pay balance £110
Pay in full £210