This qualification has become the benchmark for quality training in the Sports Massage industry.
You can now buy gift vouchers that can be used towards our BTEC Professional Diploma (Level 5) in Clinical Sports and Remedial Massage or our sought-after CPD workshops.
Our tutors have extensive practice/clinical experience and can apply a more practical approach to their teaching. They are fully committed to outcome based-practice, and are in continuous training to keep up to date with the research and innovations in the field of massage.
Sports & Remedial Massage Courses in Devon and Bristol, Sports & Remedial Massage Diploma (BTEC level 5), Introduction to Massage, Bridging Programme and Postgraduate CPD Workshops.
|Exmouth School||Bristol School|
|51 Imperial Road
Devon EX8 1DQ
Bristol BS8 3NB
We provide a full range of training courses from introductory weekends to full practitioner qualifying courses as well as bridging programmes and post- graduate workshops. We run BTEC Professional Diploma (Level 5) in Clinical Sports & Remedial Massage: one of the highest qualification in the industry and the future of massage training in this country.
If you are already qualified as a massage therapist or as a Osteopath, Chiropractor, Physiotherapist you can also update your training and qualification to BTEC level 5 by joining a Bridging Programme . To see if this is the path you want to take join one of our Introduction to Massage course (download an application form here).
Graduates of the ISRM accredited diploma are eligible to register with the CNHC.
Complementary and Natural Health Council is the UK regulator for complementary healthcare practitioners. Its key function is to enhance public protection by setting standards for registration. The CNHC quality mark (below) is being recognised as the hallmark of quality for the sector. This means that the general public, and those who commission the services of complementary healthcare practitioners, will be able to choose with confidence by looking for the CNHC quality mark.
The Department of Health in November 2009 stated: "CNHC is the only voluntary regulatory body for complementary healthcare which has official government backing. No other organisation has the same exacting criteria or focus on safety and quality."
Alongside the BTEC Professional Diploma in Clinical Sports & Remedial Massage we also run CPD massage workshops and post graduate courses lead by eminent names form the world of massage, bodywork and physical therapy - All of whom are at the forefront of the everchanging world of massage therapy.
Our tutors have extensive practice/clinical experience and can apply a more practical approach to their teaching. They are fully committed to outcome based-practice, and are in continuous training to keep up to date with the research and innovations in the field of massage. As a qualifying student, you will gain the most up-to-date knowledge and techniques in remedial massage.
Movement-based assessment with Cor-Kinetic with Ben Cormack - 28th & 29th March 2015
Anatomy Trains - Fascial Release for Structural Balance®: Arches & Legs with James Earls - 10th, 11th &12th April 2015
Level 1 Mulligan Concept Mobilisation & Movement with By Ed Wilson BA (Hons)- 18th & 19th April 2015
Achilles, Patellar and Hamstrings Tendinopathy with Daniel Lawrence - 9th May 2015
Pelvic, Thoracic (and Breathing) Pain & Dysfunction: Evidence Based Manual and Rehabilitation Approaches with Leon Chaitow ND DO - 16th & 17th May 2015
Tissue Repair with Tim Watson PhD BSc MCSP DipTP - 6th June 2015
Ultrasound Course with Tim Watson PhD BSc MCSP DipTP - 7th June 2015
By Anna-Maria on 22-Jan-15 15:19.
Ben Cormack takes us through a case of a client with back pain and the treatment plan.
By Anna-Maria on 23-Dec-14 15:30.
We all wish you a merry Christmas and a fantastic 2015 full of joy, fun and great life adventures.
From all of us here at The Massage Training School!
By Anna-Maria on 12-Dec-14 11:33.
Sometimes what presents to us in clinic as a simple injury may have hidden global problems, as the route cause. A simple groin strain for example may have many implications for an athlete but unless a good subjective and objective examination takes place the global issues could easily go undiagnosed.