Foundation in Advanced Clinical Massage Techniques

You will learn:

  • Trigger point therapy.
  • Myofascial release.
  • Powerful deep forearm massage.
  • Sports stretching.
  • Body mechanics based on Tai Chi principles to protect your back, wrists and thumbs.
  • Palpation skills and the power of the ‘listening touch’.
  • Table shiatsu – shiatsu basics used on the massage table.

Appropriate for all types of practitioner from the newly qualified to the experienced sports therapist, this hands-on course encourages the creative combination of these techniques in your practice. You will gain confidence in the techniques to treat chronic pain, particularly in the key areas of low back and neck and shoulder pain.

Using these techniques, you will treat more efficiently and effectively. You will work less and get better results for your clients. Building a practice on treating pain will not only increase your business but also reward you in more ways than you know.

This is a stand-alone CPD course, and also recommended module 1 of the ACMT (advanced clinical massage therapist) certificate and the BTEC level 6 Professional Diploma in advanced clinical and sports massage.

All other Jing advanced clinical massage courses are based on this course. We recommend taking this course before any of the specific pathology courses, however this is not compulsory.

Course Dates


27 Sep - 29 Sep 2022
Jing Short CPD Course Schedule in Brighton
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6 Dec - 8 Dec 2022
Jing Short CPD Course Schedule in Brighton
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