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Foundation in Advanced Clinical Massage Techniques

Unlock the world of advanced clinical massage techniques in a supportive and hands-on learning environment. Whether you’re a newly qualified practitioner or an experienced sports therapist, our Foundation course lays the groundwork for treating chronic pain effectively.

Elevate your massage therapy skills and gain expertise and confidence in treating chronic pain.Open up new possibilities for your practice! Book your spot now to embark on this transformative journey.

Course Details:

Length: 3 days
Price: £425
Dates: we run 4 a year, scroll down for dates.

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Why Choose This Course?

By mastering the Jing Method techniques, you’ll work more efficiently and deliver better results for your clients. Building your practice around pain treatment not only boosts your business but also brings rewarding outcomes for your clients.

Course Highlights

  • Hands-On Learning: Get plenty of practical experience.
  • Versatile: Suitable for all practitioners.
  • Creative Fusion: Combine various bodywork techniques.
  • Instant techniques: take new moves straight into clinic.

Course Content

– Trigger Point Therapy
– Myofascial Release
– Powerful Deep Forearm Massage
– Sports Stretching
– Tai Chi-Based Body Mechanics for Safety
– Palpation Skills and the Art of the ‘Listening Touch’
– Table Shiatsu Basics

This course is a standalone CPD course and serves as Module 1 of theACMT (advanced clinical massage therapist) certificate and the first yearof theBTEC level 6 Professional Diploma in advanced clinical and sports massage.

Where Mastery Meets Compassion.

Course Dates

Tuesday 3rd – Thursday 5th September 2024 – Jing HQ, Brighton – £425

Click here to book: 3-5 Sep 2024

Tuesday 3rd – Thursday 5th December 2024 – Jing HQ, Brighton – £425

Click here to book: 3-5 Dec 2024


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