Thai Yoga Massage Practitioner Training in Manchester
This course is an in-depth training course in the art of Thai yoga massage to practitioner level and an opportunity to start a new and rewarding career.
Type of Event
Examination day: TBA
Course days are Friday/Saturday/Sunday, and all classes run 10:00-17:00 (with 1h lunch break).
Course fee incl. course manual and assessment fee: £ 980
Deposit payable to secure your place: £ 250
Balance payment due before beginning of the course.
Payment in instalments is possible.
Who The Course Is For:
- yoga teachers, physiotherapists, osteopaths, massage therapists who want to broaden their skills and deepen their existing practice
- beginners wishing to learn how to work with the body and discover new and deeper ways of relating and touching
- individuals who wish to help family members or friends who suffer from physical ailments and stress
How The Course Is
Over a period of four months you will:
- learn an ancient and powerful form of bodywork that has countless benefits for both giver and receiver
- learn the skills to help people of all ages and body types with their physical and emotional imbalances
- greatly improve your body mechanics, in your massage practice and in everyday life
- learn to feel and work with energy: manage your own energy better and help your clients release energy blockages
- have an opportunity to immerse yourself in an ongoing process of self-healing and spiritual deepening
- connect and make friends with a group of like-minded people
- learn about meditation as a tool to cope with the stresses of life and find more inner peace and balance
- take regular weekends out for yourself to come back feeling nurtured and inspired
Whilst each lesson covers some history, theory and spiritual aspects of Thai Yoga Massage, the main part of the training consists of practical hands-on practice with easy to follow demonstrations and students both giving and receiving Thai Yoga Massage sequences. The course consists of 12 full-day lessons spread over four long weekends.
By the end of the training you will be able to give a complete two hour traditional Thai Yoga Massage to practitioner level and to treat a variety of specific ailments.
After completing the training period, students need to complete 30 documented case studies and come back for a final assessment. After successful completion of the assessment, students can get accredited with CMA and practice with insurance. For this, it is necessary to hold a recognized certificate of 55 hours (Level 3 ITEC or NVQ) in Anatomy and Physiology. (Yoga teachers and other therapists may not need to do this, please check if your current insurer will add Thai Yoga Massage to your current policy or if CMA recognises your A+P qualification.)