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), CMA (Complementary Medical Association) & IPHM (International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine) and insured by Balens Insurance, BGI Insurance UK & European, Insync Insurance, Sun Alliance Insurance, Towergate Insurance & Westminster Insurance.
Pre-Requisite: None – suitable for beginners, although we do recommend studying Anatomy & Physiology alongside this course
Kit: Please note a Kit is NOT included in course price – a Tibetan Singing Bowl, Tinghas (Chimes) & Charka turning forks will be required after the course for this treatment
Why do we NOT include a kit? We would rather keep the price of the training course down and not include a cheap kit as other companies sometimes do, we believe in quality and will point you in the right direction for a quality kit at an affordable price.
Training Dates/Venues: This course is available at: Across the UK (in various locations in England)
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 TIBETAN (KU NYE) HEAD, HAND & FOOT MASSAGE TREATMENT?
Tibetan Head, Hand & Foot Massage is an amazingly healing and relaxing treatment that draws on the ancient wisdom and philosophies of the Tibetan Ayurveda. Traditionally, warmed oils are used in the massage, and they are excellent for the hair and scalp, but this is optional. The treatment involves breathing work, singing bowl and Tibetan Tingas and is a seven-stage massage and acupressure of the scalp, face, neck, shoulder, upper arms, hands and feet which the client receives fully clothed in a reclining position, either on a couch, reclining chair or on the floor. In a traditional Tibetan medical treatment massage is performed to re-balance the body’s energy in order to allow the body to heal itself.
Course Content & Learning Outcomes
- Course Objective
- History and benefits of Ku Nye Tibetan Head, Hand & foot Massage
- Meridian Systems and acupressure points
- How to use Singing Bowls, Tibetan Chimes and Tuning Forks
- 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
- The Ku Nye Tibetan Head, Hand & Foot 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)
Venues: This course is available at: Across the UK (in various locations in England)
Please read Terms and Conditions before booking or paying for this course