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Latest Courses

NEXT TASTER DAYS 2018
Introduction to massage
10-1pm Cost £50
Saturday, Feb 24th
Saturday March 31st
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Diploma in Sports Massage
VTCT Level 3/4
enrolments now open
Starts 2/3/4th March 2018
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Diploma in Holistic Massage,
Anatomy, 
Physiology & Pathology
Level 4  MTI
Starts 11/12th May 2018
(This diploma will also be run
mid week days from September)
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Diploma in Thai Yoga Massage 2018
12 days training 
Starts May 2018
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VTCT Anatomy & Physiology
Come and have fun in class and
gain this comprehensive
level 3 qualification
Starts May 18th 2018
ENROL NOW

Anatomy and Physiology Courses

Sports & Remedial Massage

sports remedial massage photo1SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPY DIPLOMA
LEVELS 3 &4 (VTCT AWARD)
Starts 2/3/4th March 2018
email for course details
Remedial massage aims to improve the suppleness and flexibility of muscles and joints, improve blood circulation, speed up the healing of damaged or stressed muscles, tissues and joints, and prevent furthur muscular injuries from occurring.

For everyone

Sports & remedial massage is not only suitable for the training athlete. In fact anyone can benefit from such a massage because it is an excellent way for releasing muscle tension and restoring balance to the overall musculoskeletal system.

By working deeply into the soft tissues it can alleviate fatigued and knotted muscle fibres. 

For the sports person

A sports remedial massage which has been well tailored to the individuals needs can reduce strain and discomfort caused by training or participating in an intense exercise programme. The specific techniques applied in a sports remedial massage encourages the body to heal and repair any injuries sustained. A specific approach called myofascial release is combined to target deeper imbalances often stemming from injury, illness or repetitive strain.


What are the benefits?

  •  Improves muscle flexibility and blood circulation
  •  Reduces swelling
  •  Aids the prevention of sports injuries and assists the body with recovery
  •  Stimulates lymphatic system to help remove waste products from body
  •  Reduces overall tension and aids relaxation
  •  Enhances general wellbeing

Broaden your client base and deepen your knowledge of massage with our level 4 qualification
PREREQUISITE: LEVEL 3 Sports Massage 



Anatomy and Physiology Course