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This course covers the technique and routine for carrying out a Hot Stone Massage. Health and safety, consultation and aftercare guidance is covered as well as contra-indications to treatment. Online theory units and a full day of training with one of our tutors make this course both engaging and informative to give you the confidence to perform this very popular treatment.
This one-day course will teach you how to perform a full body hot stone massage using the stones to penetrate the muscle fibres to a deeper level. This treatment has become very popular over the years and offers your clients a holistic treatment to help ease any tension. This course includes fantastic resources as well as clear diagrams and images to give you the confidence to perform this very popular treatment. Topics covered include:
Theory: 10 hours. (This is completed at your own pace.)
Practical: 8 hours
You will not need any previous beauty qualifications prior to attending this courses. However, it would beneficial to have previous knowledge or experience of massage to aid your understanding.
The course is fully accredited by the Guild of Professional Beauty Therapists, the UK’s leading professional beauty trade body, for membership and insurance purposes.
On top of your course fee, you will need to become a Guild Member (student), at the cost of £25. This is paid to the Guild of Professional Beauty Therapists and includes:
• three months' membership with the Guild
• the latest edition of the Guild Gazette.
Once you have booked your training course and paid the enrolment you will be sent a link to access and pay the theory fee of £25 directly through The Guild.
You will be able to complete the theory modules for the course right away.
You must have completed all theory modules prior to the practical session at Canterbury College.
Please see our Group entry requirements
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