INNOVATING CHANGE FOR A HEALTHIER COMMUNITY...

Dates - Saturday 05 and Sunday 06 Dec

Times - 9.30 am - 4.30 pm both days

Location - Wellpark College of Natural Therapies, Albany, Auckland

Cost - $250

 

Get hands-on in this short course and be introduced to relaxation Massage.
Join us for a fun and informative course where you will be introduced to some basic Relaxation Massage techniques
A great taster course for those of you interested in exploring a career in the health and wellness industry or a fun course if you are looking for new skills for self-development and personal growth.
Under the supervision of your qualified teacher, you will gain confidence as you learn the basics of relaxation massage through observing tutor demonstrations and then practice short routines with classmates.

This introductory Massage short course will give you the basics of relaxation massage covering:

  • Safety
  • Equipment setup and use
  • Learning the foundation massage techniques of effleurage and petrissage

Students will give and receive a range of Massages with the aim that by the end of the weekend you feel comfortable giving family members or friends a relaxing massage.

  • small class sizes
  • a calm and tranquil learning environment
  • wonderful teachers
  • all balms and waxes provided.
  • great notes to take home with you.
  • Students need to be in good health to attend this course. Please contact us if you have any questions

What do you need to bring on the day?

  • Please bring your own linen – a sheet, a pillow and a pillowcase.
  • Please bring 2 large towels (bath sheet size)
  • Three smaller hand towels and one normal size towel.
  • You are welcome to bring a polar fleece blanket if you have one.
  • Please bring a bottle of water.
  • Please bring your lunch – There will be a lunch break, there is a cafe on campus if you prefer.
  • Feel free to bring a bolster if you have one and you would like to use it.
  • Loose-fitting clothes are a good idea so that you are comfortable throughout the session. Supportive shoes are recommended.

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