One of the fastest growing types of massage in the world today.

Topics in the curriculum include:
• History and practice of seated massage
• Contraindications and safety
• The On-Site sequence (kata)
• Anatomy review
• The consultation process

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The Benefits

On-Site Seated Massage for the client:

• Relaxation, revitalisation and increased alertness.
• Short treatment time – fits easily into a busy day.
• The treatment comes to the client.
• Reduced muscle tension.
• No oil – no mess.
• No need to remove clothing.

The Benefits

On-Site Seated Massage for employers:

• Help relieve stress in employees
• Help increase productivity
• Help reduce staff turnover
• Help relax and rejuvenate
• Help reduce absenteeism
• Help increase employee morale
• Help reduce the risk of expensive, stress-related employee legal claims

On-Site Seated Massage

The Benefits

On-Site Seated Massage to therapists:

• Increase earning capacity
• Attract clients who find other therapies invasive
• Work with commercial On-Site organisations
• Interest clients in other therapies you offer
• Open up new business opportunities
• Increase therapeutic skills base

Course Details

Western School Professional Certificate in Seated Acupressure Massage

An appropriate qualification in Massage – such as a Diploma in Swedish Massage or Aromatherapy Massage, Shiatsu, Reflexology, Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Medicine or Nursing. Knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology is essential while current practical experience in’ hands-on’ therapeutic work is preferred.

Two days over one weekend

Glasgow Caledonian University (City Campus)

The premises at GCU used for Western School courses have full disabled access. Additionally, the school has a commitment to working with students with special needs. A significant number of therapists who have graduated from the Western have done so despite challenges such as dyslexia and visual impairment.

£300 payable as a lump sum before start of course