Candle massage is a modern massage technique, used to relieve physical and psychological ills, it has a relaxing, moisturising and decontracting action. It stimulates all 5 senses. On this course you will learn how to use the Massage Candles and how to perform a Candle massage treatment.
Course Price: £210.00 (Booking Fee £50.00)
WHAT IS CANDLE MASSAGE?
Candle Massage uses a combination of Asian, Eastern and Western massage techniques, combined with Essential Oil Massage Candles, Balms and Chakra Pearls. Massage candles have been gaining are included, popularity recently because of the numerous benefits the experience provides. The massage candle incorporates soy wax and natural moisturising oils such as jojoba and shea butter. Unique ingredients and their formulation ensure that a massage candle melts at just above body temperature. Once the massage candle has been lit, a pool of creamy massager oils forms, the flame is then extinguished, and the ingredients are applied to the skin. Because only small amounts of soy wax are included, the candle is not hot like a traditional candle, and feels comfortably arm on the skin. Using massage candles is described as a therapeutic experience. It is relaxing and nourishing for both body and soul.
What are the benefits of Candle Massage?
- Promotes deep muscle and tissue relaxation
- Heat from the Candle wax allows your client to feel deep
- Improved circulation as muscles have an increased blood supply
- Lymphatic function increases due to general increase in circulation
- Releases toxins
- Alleviates stress
- Calms the psyche
- Heat relieves pain in muscles and joints
- Tension in connective tissue is decreased
- There is a deep comfort in receiving warmth on the body.
- Relaxes the mind and helps cure insomnia
- Deep relaxation - the warmth relaxes both physically and mentally
- Candle therapy unites the powers of mind, body, and spirit.
- Massage candles have healing and soothing properties.
- Massage candles offer anti-ageing properties and health benefits for the skin
- The aroma uplifts the mood making one feel very content and calm
- The treatment soothes and nourishes your senses; leaving you feeling refreshed, invigorated and it leaves your skin feeling truly soft. So get ready to pamper your body with candle treatment and feel good.
PRE-REQUISITES: This course is for Qualified Massage Therapists who have already achieved a recognised certificate in Massage and Anatomy and Physiology.
COURSE LENGTH: 2 Days (1 Practical training day)
COURSE CONTENT & LEARNING OUTCOMES:
This is a very in-depth course covering:
- Course objectives
- What is Candle Massage?
- History of Candles
- How to use the Candles
- 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
- Industry Regulations
- Professional Ethics
- Data Protection/GDPR/Client Confidentiality
- Risk Assessment
- Code of practise for Therapists
- Aftercare Advice
- Anatomy & Physiology relevant to this treatment
- Q & A's
- Case Studies
- Home Study (8 guided learning hours)
- 1 day practical
- 6 case studies to be completed before certification
AWARDING BODIES: ABP (Alliance of Beauty Practitioners), IPHM (International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine)
CPD POINTS: 15
TRAINING DATES: Training dates are booked by individual arrangement at each training venue - please complete the Book Now Form (icon at the top of the page) 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). If a course is scheduled or other students booked onto it then the date will be advertised against the venue below.
VENUES: This course is available at the following venues:
- Derbyshire (Bolsover)
- Essex (Witham)
- Leicestershire (Leicester Forest East)
- Lincolnshire (Grimsby)
- Merseyside (Liverpool)
- London (Romford)
- Norfolk (Norwich)
- Scotland (Glasgow)
- Somerset (Burnham on Sea)
- Wales (Bridgend)