The S.E.E.D. Institute UK

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Hands Free Massage (HFM)

This 1-day Hands-Free Massage Course is for those Massage and/or Aromatherapists who wish to update their knowledge.

Hands-Free Massage Training enables Students to further develop their range of skills and helps to develop an increased awareness of issues of health and disease (physical and mental), in relation to the application of Therapeutic Massage.

Advanced massage techniques that avoid the use of the hands. Especially useful for those therapists whose hands are not as agile as they once were or who have developed strain from over-use.

For Bodywork Therapists, Massage Therapists and Aromatherapists.

This Course is also available as distance-learning.

Booking:

Dorset: 29 August 2017 (£105)
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Distance-Learning: (£100)
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Course Content

Studies commence at 10.00 a.m. and finish at 5.00 p.m.

Topics addressed include:

Many Associations accept our courses for CPD including the IFPA (6 Category A Points).

Certificates of Attendance are awarded to participants.

Student Comments

'Very friendly Tutor - extremely knowledgeable. Clear Course notes with pictures/photos to reinforce theory. Very clear and concise theory. Well organised Course - right balance between theory and practice'

'Very interesting day - well structured'.

'Very useful content - the Tutor was very affable and had a clear delivery - great knowledge'.

'Theory was good as the balance between theory and practice felt 'just right'. Good information, clearly given and easy to follow'.

'The practical demonstrations and practice were excellent - well explained. The whole session was fun and easy to understand'

'A good selection of theory and practical with explanations as to why things are done. Jay was an excellent teacher with a very gentle but clear manner, as well as including lots of humour - the day whizzed past'

'SEED Courses have always been well structured and this one is no different.'

'A very useful, alternative technique to relieve the hands.'