Cost: – £235.00 (including Booking Fee of £75.00)
Certifications/Qualifications Attained: Zen Tranquility Holistic Beauty Training accredited/recognised diploma
Awarding Body: This course is insurable and accredited/approved by the Professional bodies: ABP (Alliance of Beauty Practitioners), ABT (Associated Beauty Therapists), CMA (Complementary Medical Association) & IPHM (International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine) and insured by ABT Insurance, Balens Insurance, BGI Insurance UK & European, Insync Insurance, Sun Alliance Insurance, Towergate Insurance & Westminster Insurance.
Pre-Requisite: Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology and Full Body Massage qualification are required
Training Dates/Venues: This course is available at: Across the UK (in various locations in England and Scotland)
MODEL MAY BE REQUIRED:: If more than one student is booked onto the course then students will be practising on each other – NOTE: if no other students book onto the course then the course will run as 1-2-1 training on a model which you will need to bring with you to practise on.
WHAT IS A BALINESE MASSAGE TREATMENT?
Balinese Massage comes from Bail, one of the Indonesian islands where there is a long history of massage used for healing and well-being. The main aim of the treatment is a relaxed state of mind and a free flow of energy or chi through the body. The procedure combines a variety of techniques; deep, flowing massage, acupressure and aromatherapy oils of jasmine, rose, frankincense and lemongrass into one luxurious treatment. Like many Oriental forms of massage therapy, one of the goals of this form of massage is to unblock energy in the body. They do this by ensuring the body is getting enough circulation. They believe that flow of this energy or life force and blood flow are linked. Applying deep pressure to the muscle tissue helps to balance the body both physically and energetically.
Aromatherapy is an important aspect of this form of massage. This form of massage is done with warm oil that is mixed with various essential oils like rose, jasmine, frankincense and lemongrass. The oils can be blended to address specific complaints and make the massage luxurious.
Course Content & Learning Outcomes
- Course Content
- History and benefits of Balinese Massage
- Client Consultation procedure
- Consultation Form
- GP Referral Letter
- Contraindications and Client’s expectations
- How to prepare for the treatment
- Hygiene and Professionalism
- Preparing your work area
- Your working environment
- Health & Safety
- Health & Safety for COSHH Regulations and other health & safety for use of essential oils
- Industry Regulations
- Professional Ethics
- Data Protection/GDPR/Client Confidentiality
- Risk Assessment
- Code of practise for Therapists
- Aftercare Advice
- Anatomy & Physiology relevant to this treatment
- Essential oil blends for Balinese Massage
- Massage Techniques
- Balinese Massage routine
- Home Study (12 guided learning hours)
- 1 Day Practical
- 6 case studies (2 People x 3 times or 3 People x 2 times)
TRAINING DATES: Training dates are booked by individual arrangement at each training venue – please complete the online Course Date Form advising which venue and what month you are looking to do the course (a list of training dates will then be sent to you and you pick the most convenient date for you)
Training Dastes/Venues: This course is available at: Across the UK (in various locations in England and Scotland)
Please read Terms and Conditions before booking or paying for this course