Amethyst Holistic Training

Hot Stone Therapy Diploma

Amethyst Holistic Training
In Bolton le Sands, Chesterfield, Barnsley and 8 other venues

£130
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Important information

Typology Short course
Level Advanced
Location At 11 venues
Duration 1 Day
Start Different dates available
  • Short course
  • Advanced
  • At 11 venues
  • Duration:
    1 Day
  • Start:
    Different dates available
Description

An American massage therapist, Mary Nelson, was the founder of the original hot stone therapy which she called 'LaStone'. She wanted a system that would enable her to continue her therapy practice while easing her stiff and painful wrist joints. Using the stones to massage achieved this goal, while also enhancing the massage treatment.

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Where and when

Location

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Barnsley (South Yorkshire)
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Snydale Road, S72 8LH

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Bolton le Sands (Lancashire)
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BL1 5GQ

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Chesterfield (Derbyshire)
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Hasland Road, Hasland, Chesterfield, S41 0AQ

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Dunfermline (Fife)
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KY12 8XX

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Glasgow
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G14 9UY

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Newport
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NP44 3JP

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Niton (Isle of Wight)
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PO38 2NX

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North Shields (Tyne and Wear)
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NE30 2DF

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Norwich (Norfolk)
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NR5 0PN

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Stockton-On-Tees (Cleveland)
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TS17 8BD

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York (North Yorkshire)
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YO24 3NQ

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To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

Course Objectives: The history and benefits of hot stone therapy Your working environment Consultation process including contra-indications Contra-actions and aftercare advice The use of hot stones in other therapies The stone movements The Hot Stone Therapy routine

· Who is it intended for?

The course is suitable for qualified massage therapists who wish to expand their range of treatments.

· Requirements

Please note, a previous massage qualification eg Swedish Massage is necessary to undertake this course

· Qualification

Practitioner Diploma accredited by the Beauty Guild

· What marks this course apart?

Small group training or 1:1 for personal attention. The professional but friendly, informal setting and individual tuition ensures a high standard of training delivery.

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What you'll learn on the course

Massage
Massage Therapy
Hot Stone Massage
Beauty Therapist
Holistic therapy

Teachers and trainers (5)

Angeline Fowler
Angeline Fowler
Beauty Therapist/Tutor for Amethyst in York

Catherine Phillipson
Catherine Phillipson
Holistic Therapist/Tutor for Amethyst @ Newcastle upon Tyne

Cheryl Curtis
Cheryl Curtis
Beauty/Holistic Therapist/Tutor for Amethyst in Norwich

Louise Chevrier
Louise Chevrier
Holistic Therapist/Tutor for Amethyst in South Wales

Nicola Bradley
Nicola Bradley
Senior Therapist/Tutor for Amethyst in Derbyshire

Course programme

Course Objectives:

• The history of Hot Stone Therapy

• The benefits of Hot Stone Therapy

• How to manage your working environment

• Code of Practice and Insurance for therapists

• The Consultation process including contra-indications

• Possible contra-actions and aftercare advice to give to clients

• Oils for massage

• Massage movements

• The use of Hot Stones in other therapies

• The Stone movements

• The Hot Stone Therapy routine

Please note, a previous massage qualification eg Swedish Massage or Aromatherapy is necessary to undertake this course

Additional information

Students per class: 4

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