Health Studies

  • 10 Minute Massage

    Learn a 10 minute massage routine to ease stresses and tensions in the head, neck, shoulders, arms and back. A seated massage performed over clothing. Bring a towel and be prepared to both give and receive massage.

    Course dates:
    17 May 2014
  • Acem Meditation

    Developed by psychologists and medical doctors this therapeutic energy technique encourages deep relaxation and personal growth. It gives you renewed energy, better concentration and stress reduction.

    Course dates:
    26 Apr 2014 – 27 Apr 2014
  • Advanced Massage: Positional Release Technique

    For qualified massage therapists. Release areas of hypertonicity in soft tissue with this very simple technique which utilises proprioception.

    Course dates:
    17 May 2014
  • Alexander Technique Workshop

    An introduction to the Alexander Technique, which can help change the habitual reactions that can cause unnecessary tension. It is a skill for life learned one-to-one.

    Course dates:
    7 Jun 2014
  • Aromatherapy Product Making

    Make and keep a range of simple aromatherapy products, including bubble bath, bath bombs, aromatic soap, face cream and a lip balm. Ideal for making your own gifts. No experience necessary.

    Course dates:
    10 May 2014 – 11 May 2014
    19 Jul 2014 – 20 Jul 2014
  • Avoiding Adrenal Burnout

    This short workshop looks at the biomechanical, biochemical, mental and emotional stress that causes 'burnout' and ways to enable you to support adrenal function.

    Course dates:
    21 Jul 2014
  • Beauty for Beginners: Makeup for Complete Beginners

    Never worn make-up before? Do you need help to start? You will need to supply your own make-up and brushes after advice given at the first session.

    Course dates:
    6 Jun 2014 – 20 Jun 2014
  • Beauty for Beginners: Nail Care

    Learn the basic techniques of manicure; shaping the nail and applying enamel as well as hand and arm massage.

    Course dates:
    27 Jun 2014 – 11 Jul 2014
  • Emergency First Aid at Work

    This qualification is open to all and enables a first-aider to give emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill, it equips the first-aider to apply first aid to a range of specific injuries and illness until the emergency services arrive. This certificate is open to all and once completed is valid for a period of 3 years. To achieve a full certificate to practice as a complementary therapist you need to have completed and evidence a current Emergency First Aid at Work certificate (EFAW).

    Course dates:
    16 May 2014
  • Exercise for the over 50s

    Rhythmic health exercises for you to tone up and align the body, improve the figure, promote confidence and reduce stress.

    Course dates:
    17 Jul 2014 – 24 Jul 2014

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