Massage has become increasingly popular in the last few years as a form of alternative therapy and a compliment therapy in many areas. One of the most common uses of massage is in sports and wellness. But, what is sports massage? How different is it from other massages? How to do an effective sports massage for the sportsman/sportswoman? Come join us as we learn the latest sports massage techniques from our Sports Physiotherapists today!
“Everyone in the sports and wellness industry should attend this course. The instructor is very experienced and being a Physiotherapist he is able to give additional insights which is a plus for this course.”
“I really like the practical sessions for this course. We are able to practice what we have learn on real athletes, which I think is very thoughtful of the instructors. Not to mention, lunch is provided!”
“Initially I thought that this course is going to be a touch-and-go course (the course fee is only less than $300). But after attending the course I must say it really exceeds my expectations. I learnt a lot of new knowledge and techniques that I never would have learnt outside, not to mention the very detailed practical session. This should be a $400 and above course. Thank you FHYSIO for making this course so affordable!”
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WHAT YOU’LL LEARNBasic Sports massage course Requirements: None. All are welcome!
- What is Sports Massage?
- How is it different from other massages?
- Muscle anatomy and physiology
- Injuries and healing
- Basic Sports Massage Techniques
- Case Studies
- Anatomy trains
- Soft tissue Release Techniques
- Myofascial Release Techniques
- Assessment tools to identify mobility impairments
- Case Studies
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Sports Massage CourseGet CERTIFIED today!
Date:16 AUGUST 2020 (BASIC) (Full) 13 SEPTEMBER 2020 (BASIC) (Filling fast) 27 SEPTEMBER 2020 (ADVANCED) 18 OCTOBER 2020 (BASIC)
8.30am to 5.30pm