Originally known as The Complete Bodyworker Diploma, the Diploma in Therapeutic Massage trains you to become a professional, competent and self employed massage therapist, therefore enabling you to have a deeply rewarding career.
The The Diploma in Therapeutic Massage is self exploratory, supportive, fun, informative and engaging. Here at School of Bodywork we pride ourselves on the progressive training we offer. We keep up to date with advances in the bodywork field, as a result, this course is fascia informed, tensegrity informed and trauma informed. Our Think Tree Hub accredited Diploma encompasses massage techniques, massage theory. The in-depth syllabus enables you to work successfully in the field.
You will leave with the correct certification, the skills and the confidence to become a self-employed massage therapist. We train you to treat your client with whatever they present with on the day of treatment. We provide thorough, high quality training. We also share with you our contacts in the industry, therefore helping you build your career. We would love you to start your journey here!
During this course we create a safe held space for self-exploration; this will enable you to be a great therapist and to hold a safe space for others. When a sense of safety is achieved our clients can begin to drop down, their system settles in resonance with us and they are then able to integrate physical and emotional holding patterns that may have been impeding them. As the nervous system settles, we can facilitate fundamental change in our clients physiology, reducing pain, improving function and mobility. Thus our clients can begin to embrace a full, happy and pain free life.
At School of Bodywork we pride ourselves on keeping up to date with the latest developments in the field of bodywork, we are deeply aware that "the body keeps the score", by this I mean that our body physiology holds our life story from our embryological beginnings, to the present day, every experience is held in the physiology of our body. Therefore, we as bodywork therapists with the correct training can facilitate profound, yet safe change in others. I feel it is important to acknowledge both the resilience and yet the fragility and vulnerability of each and every one of us. It is important to acknowledge that each and every one of us has a rich story, which has brought us to this point of exploration in the healing arts.