Introduction to complementary therapy
During your Complementary Therapy Training with us, you will learn a wonderful range of different therapies that treat a person holistically, mind, body and spirit. They work alongside traditional medicine and are not used as an alternative.
As a complementary therapist, you may have many skills to include a different range of massage techniques, Reflexology and Aromatherapy and aim to treat a person as a whole.
It is worth taking in mind whilst complementary/alternative therapies have their use where illness is concerned, the greatest effects they have is stress relief, insomnia relief, anti-inflammatory properties, relaxation and helping cope with chronic illnesses, therefore Prevention is surely better than cure.
Complementary therapists do not claim to cure any illness, but the various treatments concentrate on relaxation and combating stress, which may then benefit both physical and emotional well-being and may relieve the side effects of the disease and treatments.
Essential oils are known for their stress-relieving properties and Aromatherapy is one of the greatest tools you can add to your therapy training. The healing properties of oils have been used for centuries. Learning how to use these oils safely and effectively is life-changing.
You will learn all about the history of each treatment and the relevant anatomy and physiology for each section whether you are doing your Reflexology training or studying on our Aromatherapy course you will get plenty of hands-on face-to-face teaching.