Body massage course?


It looks suitable as you can gain insurance but would it leave you confident to work on the public? If you have the confidence and some skills but need to get a certificate this would do but there’s not a huge amount of lesson time x


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Not sure that this course has anywhere near enough practical hours in it.
If I stripped away all the theory from a massage course I would still need to spend 15 hours teaching them the moves to perform a full body massage competently.
They would then need to practice at least 4 full massages with supervision to correct their massage techniques and how to adapt them to different ages/body shapes. Only then would I feel ready to formally assess them.

Sorry, perhaps look for a college evening course with more input?


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Thanks ladies, this was what I was thinking maybe not enough practical help...... think I will stick to a full level 3 massage course x