Hawaiian massage, also known as Lomi Lomi or Ka Huna Massage is an ancient form of massage therapy that treats both the mind and the body. The Hawaiians see all aspects of the body as one and believe the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual are all parts of the individual “whole”.
The massage works by stimulating the natural flow of energy. There is no set routine, the treatment may be slow and relaxing or faster and invigorating, but is generally deep and rhythmical, using the forearms, heel of hands and elbows in long flowing strokes.
This workshop aims to give the therapist the skills, knowledge and proficiency to practice Hawaiian Style Massage and add to your complementary therapy treatment menu.
This one day course is suitable for Massage Therapists who have already completed and achieved a recognised Full Body Massage and Anatomy & Physiology qualification. You will receive comprehensive guidance notes and information to take home with you, as well as continued support from our tutors following your successfully passing your practical assessment at the end of the workshop.
All items required for the course will be provided by Body & Soul Training.
Course structure covers:
What is Hawaiian Free Flow Massage and how does it work? History of Hawaiian Massage Benefits of Hawaiian Massage Contraindications Consultation Forms Hawaiian Massage Treatment – Learning Flowing Movement Techniques, How to work round the Table, Posture etc. Hygiene and Professionalism Professional Ethics and Conduct This course is accredited by The Complementary Medical Association and you will attain Continuing Professional Development credits.
Course length: 1 Day l Cost: £155.00 l Accreditation: 7 CPDs