We have carried out a full risk assessment to ensure that the highest standards of safety are in place for everyone coming in to the school, the decisions were based on the location, the layout and how we could modify the interior set up so that it meets the new health and safety requirements.
Massage Refresher Course
The Massage Refresher Course is a practical weekend course covering the fundamental principles of massage.
It is suitable for both the novice and the working massage therapist. It will establish and improve your depth, sensitivity using effortless methods.
Techniques that will be covered include effleurage, petrissage and deep strokes, enabling you to give a top-to-toe deep tissue massage. Our focus will be to develop your skills, allowing you to give a safe and effective massage without stressing your hands.
WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?
If you have answered yes to any of these questions then NLSSMs’ weekend Sports Massage Introduction course is for you.
This will be a diverse group of skilled or beginner therapists. Everyone will be learning the principles of working both deeply & sensitively with ease. Increase your abilities by making adjustments to how you work. For whatever reason you choose to come to us we will ensure that your day is individualised for you.
This course is not for you if…
…you want to go over anatomy or have questions about advanced techniques, or you’re seeking new creative ideas, you would be better advised to book a one-to-one session with Susan to address your individual needs.
Welcome to the course!
Self-Assessment of the Principles of Application
Bed Height: Client Size
Bed Height: Stance
Moving Your Client
Abdominal Towel Work
How To Use Your Thumbs
Depth with Power and Ease
Assisted Hand on Shoulder
Calves and Hamstrings in Prone
Availability & registration
All courses in 2021 will be taking place at:
The Annexe, NLSSM, The Old Fire Station, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham, London, N15 4RX.
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