This course is designed to help therapists with posture and saving their thumbs, deep tissue techniques and hands free massage. Helping therapists to advance their massage techniques to maximise treatments and to allow clients to benefit from deep tissue without strain to the therapist. Learn particular body movements and techniques to further enhance your treatments and discuss ways to look after yourself also.


Support therapists to feel more comfortable and confident to treat specific body/client complaints. Make sure they are using the correct techniques. This training is focused on practical learning.

Next Course Date 

2nd November 2024 In Person Bournemouth

9am -4:30PM


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Who is this course for? 

  • Therapist self care 
  • Therapists posture 
  • Posture Analysis
  • Advanced Massage techniques 
  • Saving the thumbs 
  • Aftercare and consultation 
  • Treating the lower back 
  • Treatment the neck
  • Treating the shoulders
  • Treating the ankle and the knees


    1 Full Day, Times: 9.00am - 5pm
    How to Book: A £50 Deposit to secure your place then final payment due 4 weeks before course date. Payments can be made via Paypal, BACs, Cards or Visa. Please fill out our online Course Enrolment Form or Get in Touch along with which date you are interested in. We will confirm availability and will send you an invoice followed by confirmation letter and pack with agenda and directions for the training.
    This Certificated Short Course is accredited through FHT. You will receive 7 CPD points per day. Please check with your current insurance provider regarding insurance.

    Requires NVQ3 Massage therapy or equivalent. Therapists are required to have some experience. 

     Case studies after course of 2 clients in order to get certificate 

    You will receive your electronic certificate on completion of the course (If you require a printable copy via the post please ask this will cost £3). Please ensure you will be monitored and supported throughout the day. There is a maximum of 20 students on the course