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Swedish Full Body Massage

This course is accredited by The Guild of Professional Beauty Therapists & ABT

This is a one day course onsite + case studies which explains how to complete a Swedish Full Body Massage. You will learn how to complete one of the most popular massages given today, whilst learning all the relevant anatomy, contraindications and classical massage movements. After this, you’ll have to complete multiple case studies to prove you have mastered the art of Swedish Full Body Massage.

  • Qualified in just one day on site + home case studies
  • Small teaching groups
  • Accredited by industry experts such as the Guild of Beauty Therapists & ABT
  • You will be able to apply for Guild insurance and membership once completed, allowing you to work on members of the public straight away and charge for the treatment
  • A big step towards becoming a qualified Beauty Therapist
  • Advise given to those wishing to become self-employed

The course will cover both theoretical and practical aspects and is open to complete beginners or existing therapists, but no previous experience is required.

This course will require two models (one for the first day and one for the assessment day). Due to the nature of the course, it is not likely that we will be able to get you models however we can attempt to do so if requested.

Dress Code: Please wear professional attire when attending. This could be a tunic if you are an existing therapist, or a black top and black trousers with suitable footwear.

Startup training kits are available to purchase upon completion of course. These are optional and you are not required to buy them.

Section 1History and benefits of treatment
Section 2The systems and functions of the body
Section 3The various muscles and muscle disorders
Section 4Classical massage movements (e.g. effleurage)
Section 5Contraindications and contractions
Section 6Health and Safety
Section 7Hygiene and Sterilisation
Section 8Laws & Legislation
Section 9What equipment is required
Section 10Product knowledge, timings and costings
Section 11Treatment procedure
Section 12Client aftercare
Section 13Examination