Unit iUCT24: Provide Body Massage for Complementary Therapies
Classes are taught in small groups, using talks, lectures, visuals and detailed practical demonstration. Students work closely with the tutor learning not only the techniques but also how to protect themselves from the strain and stress while carrying out body therapy.
You will learn
- Full body massage using following techniques – effleurage, petrissage, percussions including hacking, cupping, beating, pounding, tapotement.
- Treatment environment and working area
- Therapist appearance and behaviour
- Client care and preparation
- Client consultations including contraindications and restrictions
- Reflective practice
Unit iUCT38 - Knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for Complementary Therapies:
Understand the anatomy, physiology and pathologies of each system:
- Organisation of the body
- Skin, Hair, Nails
Assignment 2: Unit iUCT34 Business Practice for Complementary Therapies
Plan and prepare an appropriate business plan for a potential complementary therapy practice
Assignment 1: Unit 384 Principles and Practice of Complementary Therapies
Identify and explain the origins and principles of 4 other complementary therapies.
If you have already covered these assignments in a previous qualification such as a Reflexology Diploma, we may be able to RPL (recognition of prior learning). Get in touch to find out if this applies to you!