Progressive, short and dynamic Lymphatic Essentials will be a series of compelling courses in lymphatic health and well-being. Designed for all massage therapists wishing to enhance their own therapies.
CONGRATULATIONS to Paula Price who is the newest Lymphatic Integrated Massage therapist to join the UKLC team, Paula is located in Portsmouth.
She says, "Thank you so much for the excellent training, I thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of the course and the LIM benefits. You are an inspirational teacher."
Lymphatic Integrated Massage - Body - 12 CPD points
Why clients need this therapy?
With stress slowing down our immune system by up to fifty percent and massage naturally stimulating blood circulation, extra waste and toxins are released into the lymphatic system. Now overloaded, assist and facilitate the removal of extra toxins by applying Lymphatic Integrated Massage to help improve your client`s health to benefit their well-being. We all need our lymphatic system to be healthy and functional.
Why should I train in this?
Understand the real effects that massage has on the lymphatic system and then be amazed how a simple post-massage stimulation facilitates efficiency in removal of harmful toxins and cellular waste whilst proliferating essential immune cells.
What qualifications do I need to enrol?
Any massage qualification with a current insurance.
How long will it take and what does the course comprise?
What LIM therapists say……
LIM Training Details
Encouraging a new approach towards effective lymphatic stimulation. This two part course of theory and practical results in a short dynamic therapy application to be integrated into everyday massage.
Your application form needs to be completed and with us by Thursday 11th October.
Cost £295. (inc VAT) On the attended practical day all refreshments are included however you will need to bring your lunch and any snacks. Payment to be received in full before home study commences.
Room 246, Worthing College, 1 Sanditon Way, Worthing, BN14 9FD.
A lovely spacious room with stunning views over the college grounds.