Hot Stone Therapy Diploma Training Course

Hot Stone TherapyHot stone therapy was primarily used as a tool to give relief from painful joints in therapists.  It was soon found that the stones had many benefits for the clients too.

This is a one and half day course that will teach you the history and benefits of hot stones, massage movements using the stones, oils to use with stones and the massage routine.

The course covers some theory but is mainly practical work and includes 12 case studies.  By the end of the course you will know:

  • History & benefits of hot stone therapy
  • How to carry out a consultation
  • Equipment needed
  • Massage movements
  • Massage oils
  • How to carry out a hot stone treatment
  • Professional Ethics/Code of Practise/Working Environment
  • Insurance and how to obtain it

Pre-requisites: Diplomas in Anatomy & Physiology and Body Massage (or equivalent) are required.  Como offers courses in both Anatomy and Physiology and Body Massage.  However, you will need to have completed both courses before starting the Hot Stone Massage course.

CPD Points: 17

Cost: £225

Discounts: A 10% per person discount is available when you make a booking for 3 or more people.

Dates for Next Course: Check our Courses & Events page for dates.  If no dates shown, then please contact us and we’ll happily work with you to find suitable dates.

To book and pay: Complete the on-line booking form and make payment by your preferred method. We accept Bank Transfer, Cash, Cheque, Credit/Debit Card, PayPal (please note there is a £5 admin fee for payments by credit/debit card and PayPal). If you wish to pay by instalments, a £50 deposit is required at the time of booking, followed by regular monthly instalments.  All payments must be made before training commences.

Confirmation of your place on the course will be made once your booking form and payment/deposit has been received.


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