Thai Foot Massage Certificate

Thai Foot Massage Certificate Course: 

Come and learn an authentic Thai Foot Massage routine which, after practise can be performed in an hour. You’ll learn how to apply massage and stretches, use the stick, and wrap the foot with a towel in the traditional style. You will also learn about the history and context of the massage, along with guidelines on contraindications and precautions. Assessment is ongoing throughout the course and you will be issued with a certificate at the end of the training. 

Glasgow: 2 day course: 21st & 22nd October 2017 10.30am-5.30pm – booking now open  Click here to book a place (next course 19th & 20th May 2018 – booking opens October 2017)  In The Moment, 72 Berkeley Street, Charing Cross, Glasgow, G3 7DS

Edinburgh:  Next course autumn 2017 – dates to be confirmed. Enquiries and requests welcome. 10.30am – 5.30pm at Healthy Life Centre, Bread Street, EH3 9AL

Entry Requirements No previous qualification is required. However if you intend to practise professionally in the UK and require certification, you should have a recognised level 3 qualification in massage or reflexology, including Anatomy & Physiology. This course is a module on the Traditional Thai Therapies Certificate

Cost £155 per person or £280 if reserving two places at the same time. Cost includes the rosewood stick for you to keep, a small bottle of massage oil/wax and a workbook. Class numbers are limited to ensure individual attention. 

Click here to book a place (on Glasgow course)

About Thai Foot Massage This therapy involves stretching and massage of the feet and lower legs, and a rosewood stick is used to stimulate reflex points on the soles of the feet. It is a very popular treatment for balancing the energy and stimulating the organs, & is pleasantly restorative. Thai Foot massage has been practiced in Thailand for 2000 years and has a rich history. Some techniques used originated in India, Japan, China, and Indonesia, which made their way along the silk roads and became integrated with the traditions of Thai medicine. In Thailand today it is practised by Buddhist monks in the sacred environment of the Temple, and also can be enjoyed in clinics or by the roadside at the market. It is a simple yet rewarding treatment that can be learned in one day.

Thai Foot Massage tools of the trade.

Thai Foot Massage tools of the trade.

Benefits of Thai Foot Massage

  • Reduces stiffness, improves flexibility
  • Improves circulation and toxin removal
  • Assists the immune system & lymph drainage
  • Promotes relaxation and restful sleep
  • Clears the mind 

Taught by Lesley Lewis & Julie Kane

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