In Brighton And Hove
Brighton and hove
To feel confident and be safe when massaging pregnant clients.
Suitable for: Massage therapists, midwives, qualified doulas, physiotherapists, oesteopaths, bodyworkers with a vaild Anatomy and Physiology certificate and some massage experience.
To take into account
To expand the business with working on Pregnant clients
Recognized massage qualification and Anatomy & Physiology qualification, Beauty qualification (that incorporated massage)
The tutor has 15 years experience of working on pregnant clients and 13 years experience teaching pregnancy. The course is intensive.
Confirmation and clarification of qualifications
Yes, the course is accredited and certificated, we always suggest you check with your insurance company as they all differ but the majority do accept FHT CPD qualifications.
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What you'll learn on the course
- Anatomy and Physiology
Teachers and trainers (1)
Qualified tutor Worked at City College Brighton and Hove Private workshops and course run for Purple Turtle Therapy
Pregnancy Massage Course for qualified therapists
Pregnancy Massage is a great addition to your skills as a therapist, there will always be pregnant women so learning how to massage them could become a staple of your business. In this course you will learn how to work safely on pregnant clients with confidence, enhance your skills and work within the realms of your insurance. The course aims to enable you to adapt your usual massage routine to working with pregnant clients after the first trimester and extend your knowledge of pre and post natal and pregnancy.
The Pregnancy Massage course is an intensive course that combines theory and practical learning and the course content includes:
Anatomy and Physiology in Pregnancy including emotional and physical changes during the three trimesters
- Pre-natal conditions and ailments and techniques for symptoms
- Adapting your routine for pregnant clients to incorporate a full body massage, including baby bumps and new techniques to incorporate
- Couch etiquette and massage positioning for couch massage and seated massage, including working with the fitness ball
- Towel Management and maintaining clients dignity
- Looking after your posture while working on a pregnant client
- Client consultation and contra-indications
- Carrier oils and Aromatherapy Essential oils
- Massage techniques for Pregnancy conditions
- After care advice and strengthening exercises
- Marketing Advice to target pregnant clients