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Lymphatic Drainage Massage for Clients with Cancer or Oedema


We intend to dispel many myths about massaging people with cancer and to impart hard-won knowledge to those wanting to support people in their battle with this disorder. Applicable for other disorders  techniques are adaptable.
Please note that the techniques shown are also used to great effect with oedema, stretch marks during pregnancy, scars, venous & arterial ulcers, lack of energy, sluggish immune systems, sport-injuries, tissue regeneration, puffy facial tissue and anywhere where the lymphatic system needs a little help.

Topics include: * Myths: what are they? * The Importance of Massage for People with Cancer * Lymphatic & Immune System * The Importance of Touch * Cautions and Contra-indications * Massage: limitations and boundaries * Consultation * Clients  Record-Sheet * pH Testing * Pulse synchronisation * Carrier-Oils * Full-body Massage sequence * Lymphatic Drainage Massage * Castor Oil Compress * Adapting massage to different situations

Many Associations accept our Courses for Continuing Professional Development including the IFPA (12 Category A points).


Distance learning means that you can study from the comfort of your own home anywhere in the world with no deadlines or timescales. You will receive an in-depth training manual, DVD with demonstrations of the Massage and how to perform the movements plus help and advice via e-mail or telephone from a dedicated Tutor.


Comments from Students about this Course:


"Thank you you very much for all the help you have given me with this course I have enjoyed it very much and found it very benefical". "It was flexible meaning I could fit it in alongside a busy working life". "I had fantastic help and feedback every step of the way. I knew that if I had any problems I could ask and have them explained at any point".
"I found the course very enjoyable and benefical". "The theory was detailed enough to learn from but easy to follow". " I found that being given research tasks and assignments made me learn further as I had to fully understand the subject".

Event organised by:
At The SEED Institute (Dorset, Surrey, Cumbria)
'Breakwater'
Biggar Village
Barrow-in-Furness
Cumbria LA14 3YG

Phone: 01229 470120
Web: http://www.theseedinstitute.co.uk
Date: --

Cost: £180.00
 
Venue:
LA14 3YG

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