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Hot stone massage is increasing in popularity. Heated stones in fragrant oils are applied to key points on the  body. The direct heat relaxes the body which means the massage is more effective and intense than a regular massage. The technique of working the hot stones along the body with cooler stones encourages the body to detox and heal, increasing lymph flow and flush out waste.

In this Hot stone massage course you will learn the skills and techniques to perform hot stone massages successfully, ensuring you client releases stored tension, boosts circulation, recharges energy levels and enjoys deep relaxation.

Qualifications Gained

  • Portobello Certificate of Attendance
  • The Portobello Certificate will then be recognised by AIT (Associated Irish Therapists) for insurance purposes.

Entry Requirements

Entry to this course is by direct application to the college. You must hold an ITEC Holistic Massage or industry equivalent - CIBTAC or CIDESCO

Course Structure

1 day workshop

Course Content Modules

  1. History of Hot Stone massage
  2. Contra Indications
  3. Benefits of Hot Stone massage
  4. Materials & Equipment, soucring, set up & care
  5. Practical Instruction
  6. Home & care of the patient

All materials will be provided by the college.

Special Offer:

Enrol for 2 massage workshops and get the third workshop free – includes pregnancy, hot stone and Indian head massage workshops. Contact Sarah directly on 01 8920007 to avail of this special offer.

 

 For Bookings

For bookings please contact Sarah Reardon on T: 01 8920007 or E: sarah.reardon@portobelloinstitute.ie

Booking

Name: Hot Stone Massage

Cost: 150 Euro

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Course CodePrice and LocationInfo
DHSMFEB18
150
Portobello Institute, Dublin 1
  • 19/02/18
  • Mon 10am -4pm