Who are the two beginners – Traditional Thai Massage – courses aimed at?
This year I’ve decided to introduced two options, for taking the beginners Traditional Thai Massage course.
Option One is a Two Week, non accredited version of the course, aimed at lay people interested in learning Traditional Thai Massage, who are only interested in treating their partner, family and friends. The £600 fee, for option one, reflects the fact you will not receive a Diploma certificate at the end of the course.
Option Two is a Six Month, full accreditation Diploma version of the course, aimed at people who are interested in becoming professional Traditional Thai Massage practitioners. The £900 fee, for option two, reflects the fact you will receive a professional, accreditation Diploma certificate – After the course has finished, you will need to offer, 3 two hour Traditional Thai Massage treatments, to 10 people. Offer Hagbard a two hour treatment. Then pass a written and a two hour practical exam. On successful completing all of the above, you will receive your professional Diploma certificate.
There is no time limit, to complete the post course, Diploma certificate requirements.
What will the two beginners – Traditional Thai Massage – course options involve?
Option One – of the beginners Traditional Thai Massage course, involves 60 hours of teaching. Option one, allows you to practice what you are taught each morning, during the afternoon. Teaching will only happen on the first eight days of the course. The last two days of the course, will be dedicated to working with a partner, from the course.
Option Two – of the beginners Traditional Thai Massage course, involves 72 hours of teaching. Option two requires attending six, 2 day-training weekends, once an month. After each weekends training, you will have a month to practice the different techniques you have learnt during the weekend. This allows you to slowly build, over a six month period, a complete beginners Traditional Thai Massage routine.
Both options, of the beginners Traditional Thai Massage course, are practical and theoretical. You will be taught about the powerful, energy balancing, healing art of Traditional Thai Massage. On completing both options of the beginners Traditional Thai Massage course, you will be able to offer a full-body Traditional Thai Massage treatment.
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Beginners – Traditional Thai Massage – Option Two Exam & Qualifying Requirments
After attending the Six Month beginners Traditional Thai Massage course, you will be required to complete 3 two hour Traditional Thai Massage treatments, on 10 people. You will then need to offer Hagbard, a two hour treatment. After succsefully completing this, you will be eligible to enter the final written and two hour practical exam. On successfully compleing all of the above and passing the final exam, you will receive your professional Diploma certificate.
Working as a Traditional Thai Masseur
If you plan to work as a Traditional Thai Masseur, in order to get professional indemnity insurance, which allows you to work as a professional Traditional Thai Masseur practitioner, you will need a certificate in Anatomy and Physiology. If you already have an Anatomy and Physiology certificate, please check with your insurer to see if it also covers you to work as a Traditional Thai Masseur.
Hagbard and Avena ‘Mind & Body’ do not offer an Anatomy & Physiology course.
Traditional Thai Massage Course Information
All course and workshops are facilitated and taught by Hagbard. All Avena ‘Mind & Body’ – Treatments – Courses – Workshops – are offered with Metta – love and kindness, through an open heart.
Hagbard’s Beginners – Traditional Thai Massage – Course
Both courses are limited to eight places, so as to maximise your learning experience.
The Option One Two Week Course – runs Monday – Friday 10:00 – 17:00
The Option Two Six Month Course – runs once a month, on a Saturday & Sunday 10:00 – 17:00 with a two month break, half way through the course
2018 – Two Week None Accredited Beginners – Traditional Thai Massage – Course
Dates & Fee
May 14th – 25th – 2018
September 3rd – 14th – 2018
Course Fee: £600 = £60 per day
2018 – Six Month Accredited Beginners – Traditional Thai Massage – Course
Dates & Fee
May 5th – 6th – 2018
June 2nd – 3rd – 2018
June 30th – July 1st – 2018
September 1st – 2nd – 2018
October 6th – 7th – 2018
November 3rd – 4th 2018
Course Fee: £900 = £150 per weekend
Pre Exam 2 Hour Treatment on Hagbard Fee: £80
Exam Fee: £75 Date: TBC
A £200 deposit is required for the Option One course
A £300 deposit is required for the Option Two course
You can see my full terms and conditions on this page