SWEDISH FUNDAMENTALS

The core principals of Swedish Massage Techniques

On this workshop you will learn the principals of Swedish Holistic Massage, for you to share with family & friends.

We will be using effleurage, petrissage & kneading techniques, whilst covering some basic anatomy.At the end of this workshop you will have the skills to give a wonderful flowing back and neck massage, using effleurage, petrissage & kneading techniques. Your friends & family will love you!

You will give & receive massage in a safe & supportive environment.

There is no need to come with a partner, yet be prepared to pair up with another participant. This is a contact workshop, any concerns please contact to discuss our protocols.

Book one place or bring a friend and book two for a discount.

Swedish Fundamentals

This workshop went beyond my expectations. I felt relaxed at the end and more confident in my massage techniques.

Rowanne

‘I learnt everything I wanted to on this course. I feel I know more about how the muscles connect and have learnt new techniques to put into practice’.

Flore

Interested in Swedish Fundamentals?

If you’d like to find out more about our short courses, counting towards your continuous professional development, get in touch!

Swedish Fundamentals. 12th February 2022.

10am to 2pm

 

On this workshop you will learn the principals of Swedish Holistic Massage.  You will gain the skills to give a wonderful flowing back & neck massage, giving & receiving in a safe & supportive environment. Book one place or bring a friend and book two for a discount.

There is no need to come with a partner, yet be prepared to pair up with another participant. This is a contact workshop, any concerns please contact to discuss our protocols.

Terms:

Refundable 2 weeks prior to course start date

Swedish Fundamentals 12th February 2022 – Book One Place

£50.00

Swedish Fundamentals 12th February 2022 – Book Two

£90.00

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