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Korean Hand Massage therapy, also known as Soojichim, works on the theory that the hands are microcosms of the body. This therapy was first originated, studied and developed by a Korean Acupuncturist, Dr Tae Woo Yoo, who found that the function of the human body could be manipulated and regulated by stimulating the corresponding points of the hands.


The Foot Massage, also known as Baria Zasal, is an Ayurvedic treatment using the traditional techniques of Tibetan, Indian and Chinese Massage. Acupressure points on the feet and eyes are stimulated to improve energy channels, and help keep the body and mind healthy.


These Ayurvedic therapies can be used as stand-alone treatments or incorporated into your regular massage routine. As they are able to be performed on a Lafuma Chair, and the client is clothed, they may also be used as a holistic treatment in the workplace.


Course structure covers:

  1. What are these therapies and how do they work?

  2. History and principles of Ayurvedic treatments

  3. Benefits and Restrictions/Contraindications to treatment

  4. Anatomy

  5. Massage Routines

  6. Treatment Reactions and Aftercare Advice

  7. Consultation Form

  8. Hygiene and Professionalism

  9. Professional Ethics


All of our courses are accredited by IICT

Course length: 1 Day ​

Prices vary, Please contact us to find out more.

Accreditation: 7 CPDs

Please email us to reserve your ideal date and location for training.
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