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Pregnancy and Post-Natal Massage

Feeling confident treating pregnant women is a rewarding way to expand your practice and provide significant pain relief at this important time. This course is also invaluable if you would like to treat anyone who cannot lie comfortably on their stomach. You do not need any specialised equipment for this work.

LEARN

  • The anatomy of pregnancy.
  • A full body protocol in the side-lying position.
  • How to treat specific concerns during pregnancy such as carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, oedema, migraines, neck, shoulder and low back pain.
  • The physical and emotional transformation of women at different stages of pregnancy and post birth.
  • Safety guidelines regarding contraindications and/or risk factors associated with pregnancy.

Course Dates

Date
City
Venue
Price
 

25 Oct - 27 Oct 2019
Jing Short CPD Course Schedule in Brighton
Jing
£375 inc VAT

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11 May - 13 May 2020
Jing Short CPD Course Schedule in Brighton
Jing
£375 inc VAT

£375.00Add to basket

31 Oct - 2 Nov 2020
Jing Short CPD Course Schedule in Brighton
Jing
£375 inc VAT

£375.00Add to basket


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