Thai Foot Massage Training Course

OBTAIN YOUR CERTICATE AS A THAI FOOT MASSAGE PRACTITIONER

A Thai foot massage is a traditional therapeutic practice. It is a unique and rejuvenating form of massage that focuses specifically on the feet and lower legs. Thai foot massage combines elements of reflexology points, acupressure, and stretching techniques to promote relaxation, relieve tension, and stimulate the body’s natural healing processes.

Thai Foot massage

Accreditation

Accredited By The Guild of Beauty Therapists, Professional Beauty Direct, International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine, and International Guild of Complementary Therapists.

Entry Requirements

No previous experience is required.




Cost: £160

We take a £75 non-refundable booking fee at the time of booking and the remaining balance is payable 14 days prior to the course.
Payments can be made by either debit/credit card.

Course Dates

Contact us for next available dates.

Course Venue

Angmering, West Sussex
We also run courses across Hampshire & Surrey
One to One courses are available.
We also travel out to train at your premises, please contact us to discuss your requirements (travel expenses may apply).

Equipment

We provide equipment for the training course day. We do not supply kits after the course but we will go through where to purchase your products.


Course Content

Health & Safety
Benefits of Thai foot Massage
Consultations & Insurance
Anatomy and Physiology
Massage Routine
Contra Indications

Duration

One day training course

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Guild of beauty Therapists

The Guild of beauty Therapists offer £10 discount when using code 10827

Professional beauty Direct

Professional beauty direct offer insurance to students


Westminster Insurance

Westminster Indemnity insurance offer £10 off insurance

SumUp card machine

If you require a card machine option for your business then sum up offer a discount when you purchase your card machine

IPHM

International Practitioners of Holistics medicine