Train in Chair Massage
Are you a trained therapist and want to add chair massage to your skills? Our next 1 day workshop is in Brighton on Wednesday 20th September.
This accredited and certificated one-day workshop in Chair Massage is also known as On-Site Massage or Seated Massage. Chair Massage is a highly versatile and practical massage technique to learn. It offers great flexibility and options for increasing your massage income with its adaptability to be taken into the workplace; corporate events; the ever-popular festivals; summer events and pamper parties.
The techniques you learn on this Chair Massage Course can be applied through clothes which can be ideal to take into company workplaces to help staff who may be feeling tired, stressed and/or run down which can help their overall well-being and work performance. It can also be applied in the treatment room as a short relaxing massage and could be especially beneficial for people who may have problems lying down on a massage couch for example pregnant women and clients with mobility problems.
What will I learn on this course?
You will learn a comprehensive 20-30 minute Chair Massage routine which can be extended or shortened if required. You will also be taught how to apply this massage using oils directly on the skin. We will work on the following areas. Back – lower, middle and upper. Arms. Neck and Face.
What qualification will I gain?
You will come away with a College of Classical Massage Certificate in Onsite Chair Massage. This certificated course is FHT accredited.
Onsite Chair Massage Video
Do check out our YouTube channel. We have plenty of massage videos to support your practice and inspire you with new techniques and ideas!
For more information or to book please visit: Certificate in Onsite Massage – Brighton.
What are the benefits of massage?
Massage therapy offers numerous benefits for both the body and mind. Here are some of the key advantages:
- Relaxation and Stress Relief: This is considered to be one of the most common effects of massage. Massage can promote relaxation by reducing stress and anxiety. It can help to lower cortisol levels, the hormone associated with stress; while increasing the release of endorphins, (the feel-good hormones) which induce feelings of relaxation and well-being.
- Pain Relief: Massage may alleviate muscle tension, soreness, and pain. It can help improve blood circulation.
This in turn can enhance the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the muscles. This often helps to relieve pain caused by injuries, chronic conditions, or excessive physical activity.
- Headache and Migraine Relief: Massage techniques that focus on the head, neck, and shoulders often provide relief from tension headaches and migraines. By working on these areas, massage can reduce muscle tension and promote relaxation.
- Enhanced Flexibility and Range of Motion: Massage techniques like stretching and joint mobilisation can help to increase flexibility and range of motion. Regular massage may help prevent muscle and joint stiffness. This in turn may reduce the risk of injuries and improve physical performance.
- Improved Posture and Body Awareness: Massage therapy may help rebalance postural issues and improve body awareness. It can relax overactive muscles, strengthen weak muscles, and restore proper alignment, often leading to improved posture and body mechanics.
- Rehabilitation and Injury Recovery: Massage therapy can be used as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program for various injuries. It may help to reduce swelling, break down scar tissue, improve circulation, and promote faster healing.
- Improved Sleep Quality: Massage often has a calming effect on the nervous system, which in turn promotes better sleep. It may help those who struggle with insomnia or have difficulty falling asleep due to stress or pain.
- Improved Blood Circulation: The pressure applied during massage stimulates blood flow, which enhances blood circulation through the body. This leads to better oxygenation of tissues and organs; improved removal of metabolic waste products and overall improved functioning of the cardiovascular system.
- Boosted Immune System: Regular massage may contribute to a stronger immune response and boost the body’s immune system
- Mental and Emotional Well-being: Massage frequently has a positive impact on mental and emotional health. It may reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, promote relaxation, and improve overall mood. The human touch and nurturing environment that the massage therapist provides during a massage session often contributes to a sense of emotional well-being.
It’s worth noting that the specific benefits of massage may vary depending on the individual, the techniques used, and the frequency of sessions. It is always advisable to consult with a qualified massage therapist to determine the most appropriate approach for your specific needs and goals.