On the 10th of April 2021, I will be commencing my Remedial massage training. Part of our learning requirement is that I complete a total of 45hrs of hands-on massage training as we progress through the modules.
This treatment option is only available to you and a few select people. This will remain as a restricted service I provide until I become fully qualified. Until then, these treatments are available only to you. Please do not advertise to your friends and family that they can use this service yet. I should be fully qualified towards the end of 2021, at which stage I will advertise Remedial therapy as a new treatment option, at its full price.
My training, and hence the focus of my practice during your treatments, will appear as follows:
- April/May: Deep tissue
- May: Sports massage
- June/July: Remedial massage
How often will I need to commit to participation?
A minimum of 2 times per month; and a maximum of 3 times per month. April to July 2021. Thereafter, I may ask if you can continue with the reduced price sessions so that I can keep my skills fresh and build experience, ready for their debut at the end of the year.
What is the cost to me?
30mins session - $20
45mins session - $25
60mins session - $32.50
Key word meanings:
DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE: Deep Tissue Massage involves students combining their relaxation massage skills with new skills in order to treat specific muscles, muscle groups and specialised tissue.
SPORTS MASSAGE: Sports Massage introduces the theoretical knowledge underlying clinical massage treatments.
REMEDIAL MASSAGE: A more targeted treatment for pain and injury. An assessment is made prior to each treatment and a subsequent treatment plan made to target the areas needing management.
We acknowledge the Kaurna, Ngadjuri, Narungga, Barngala and Nukunu people as the custodians of the lands and waters of the regions on which we operate. We pay respect to elders both past and present. We acknowledge and respect the traditional people’s cultural, spiritual, physical and emotional connection with their land, waters and community.