How sports massage training can enhance your massage practice

We are delighted to announce that we are teaching a new combined ITEC/VTCT Level 3 and 4 Sports Massage Course. This Sports massage training starts in Brighton from Wednesday 11th October. We are also thrilled to be including the Diploma in Structural Rebalancing, as part of this qualification! Enhance your massage practice with this fantastic new skill!

What is Structural Rebalancing?

Structural Rebalancing techniques are all sports massage related and much more so integrate fantastically well as part of the sports massage qualification. Structural Rebalancing is a style of bodywork that has been influenced by a more holistic and creative approach to sports and remedial massage. It was developed by Michael Gibbons during his 30 years as a bodywork therapist.

This is the ultimate combined qualification!

What will you learn?

This combined qualification will help train you to be more creative in your application of Sports Massage. It will help you understand the fundamentals of working with deep and subtle massage techniques. You will be trained to an exceptionally high standard in the delivery of Sports Massage techniques in this popular and desirable vocational qualification.  You will also enjoy huge job satisfaction by working with clients with your expert skills and Sports Massage techniques.

This Sports Massage training with teach you skills which will dramatically enhance your Massage Practice and open a whole new world of techniques. This will enable you to achieve amazing results in the treatment room.

What qualifications do you need?

This Sports Massage training course is a qualification for practitioners who already have a background in bodywork.  For example, if you have a massage qualification, or a background in sports or physical therapy.  To find out more about eligibility, please give Michael Gibbons, College Principal and main course tutor a call at 07949 674524.

Find out more: ITEC Sports Massage – Brighton – from Wednesday 11th October

Do check out our YouTube channel.  We have plenty of massage videos to support your practice and inspire you with new techniques and ideas!

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