Here are some highlights about what you will take away from attending the cancer massage course:
This course leads to a fully accredited qualification as a Certified Oncology Massage Therapist. It focuses on developing your understanding of common conditions of cancer and how this will influence your work. It will include how to modify your massage techniques along with learning some new ones specific to a variety of cancer conditions. Included in this field of work is home care advice that will have a positive impact and support your manual therapy.
You will be given the opportunity to put into practice what you have learnt on the cancer massage course within real life conditions, providing a massage session that takes your clients through the assessment, planning and application process along with suitable home care suggestions.
There are different options for booking and a choice of how many of the days you would like to complete, i.e. you can choose to just complete the online course and / or add on one of the practical days.
Full details of the course and booking instructions can be found by clicking here
T3 Education is owned and run by SMA members Pentony O'Hagan and Danielle White.
CORE I Intensive: Technique — CORE I focuses on the basic ideas of the CORE Philosophy of good, safe deep tissue bodywork: assess, learn to access the correct layer of resistance, create movements and breath work for the client, and integrate any and all work done. We also cover intention, the psoas muscle, lines of fascia, appropriate homecare cues and focus on the CORE® one session recipe, which we also observe, practice on each other, and on a client. The pre-requisite for CORE I is that you hold an existing soft tissue qualification e.g. massage, physiotherapy or osteopathy . Any hands on therapist with curiosity would truly benefit from this class!
COST: £297 (instalment payment options also available)
ONLY 8 PLACES AVAILABLE SO CLICK HERE NOW TO BOOK YOUR PLACE
In this one day course SMA Member Susan Findlay hopes you just might leave with the same passion for Transverse Soft Tissue Release as she does.