Hot and Cold Stone Massage
Hot and Cold Stone Massage
£45 deposit - rest of balance due two weeks before course date.
Full course price: £145
Book now and get the 1 day Hot & Cold Stone Massage Training Course (FHT Accredited) and Kit (Vulsini Hot and Cold Stone Bags and Hot and Cold Stone Sets).
All kits purchased are collected on the day of the course at our Battersea, London venue. A special offer will be applied for purchase and course on the day.
1 Day FHT Accredited Hot & Cold Stone Massage Course
This is an advanced massage CPD (Continuous Professional Development Course) and lasts for one full day with pre-reading required.
Includes Training DVD
10 CPD Points
Prerequisite: Qualified Massage Therapist, NVQ Level 3/Similar
Course Hours: 9.30am – 5.30pm
Location: Battersea, London. Free Parking, nearest train station: Clapham Junction
Begin with a short theory session
History of Hot and Cold Stone Therapy
Benefits and contra-indications of thermal stone therapy
‘Hands on’ session – give and receive a Hot and Cold Stone Massage under the instruction of the lecturer
Offers you the ability to add/enhance your treatments with stone therapy as well as teaching you a stone therapy routine
You will receive a Certificate of Attendance
Uses both hot basalt stones and cold marine/marble stones
About Hot and Cold Stone Massage:
The application of warmed Basalt stones and cold marble stones combined with manual massage to provide the client with a deeply relaxing, therapeutic experience. This treatment also benefits the therapist not only financially but also physically.
As a contemporary therapy, hot and cold stone massage was introduced to the world of spa treatments by Mary Nelson in 1993. The therapeutic use of stones and rocks has, however, been employed for thousands of years in various forms.
The technique utilises smooth warm ‘basalt stones’ in the therapist’s hands to massage the client’s body; the heat gently penetrating the skin and muscles, helping the recipient to relax quickly and effectively.
Basalt stones are the stones of choice for hot stone massages because basalt retains heat better than any other type of stone and they have a smooth texture.
Benefits for Clients
Good for deep tissue work with even and longer pressure being applied
Reduces stress and fatigue
Eases muscle aches and pains
Treats a variety of chronic pain conditions including back pain and headaches
Highly effective for lymphatic drainage
Benefits for therapists
Saves therapists hands, wrists and body from over-exertion
Allows therapists to apply greater pressure without extra physical exertion
Treatment is perfectly suited for clinic work or mobile – the equipment is portable
The deposit comes off the price of the course - VAT is included, no hidden extras. The full venue address, balance payment information & how to pay will be sent to you as soon as you book.