Body massage course?

#2
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
 

CFBS

Well-Known Member
#3
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?
 

claireyfairy

Active Member
#4
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
 
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