Introductory Massage WorkshopOur introductory weekend course will help you discover if you are ready to make the bigger commitment to our BTEC Level 5 diploma course
Are you considering a vocation as a soft tissue therapist?
This two-day workshop is an ideal introduction for those considering studying the BTEC Level 5 Professional Diploma in Soft Tissue Therapy (which includes sport and remedial massage). Our workshop gives practical instruction in the general use of massage to those who have no previous training in this area. It will enable students to give general massage on a recreational level to friends and family and is of particular use within the sports environment.
This introductory weekend will help you discover if you have the aptitude and desire to make the bigger commitment to the Level 5 diploma course.
Students receive a handbook on general massage to read before the workshop, so the weekend itself can be almost completely hands on, with the focus on developing the ‘feel’ for massage.
Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
Introductory Massage Workshop
- 2 day workshop
- Students receive a handbook on general massage before the workshop
- ‘Hands on’ course, with the focus on developing the ‘feel’ for massage
- Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance
Who is the course for?
This course is an introduction to general massage for those that have had no previous experience in the field and and is of particular use within the sports environment.
Please get in touch if you’d like to talk through your eligibility for the course: we welcome students of all ages and abilities.
- This is an introductory course, so no previous massage experience is required
Next Course Dates
|IM47||13/14 July 2019 (10am - 4pm)||£200||Oxford Academy, Sandy Lane, Oxford|
|IM48||16/17 November 2019 (10am - 4pm)||£200||Oxford Academy, Sandy Lane, Oxford|
|IM49||14/15 March 2020 (10am - 4pm)||£200||Oxford Academy, Sandy Lane, Oxford|
What to expect on the course
High tutor to student ratios
A relaxed learning environment