Are you a therapist? 

 
Are you a physiotherapist, massage therapist, ortho manual therapist or working as any other physical therapist?
 

Imagine this…

 
Imagine that you could broaden your knowledge and didn’t have to send clients to other therapists.
 
Imagine that you could treat them yourself…
 

You can treat all this? 

 
How would it be for you if you would know all those massage treatments?:

1. Massage Treatment for Headache
2. Massage Treatment for Migraine
3. Massage Treatment for Neck Stiffness 1
4. Massage Treatment for Neck Stiffness 2
5. Massage Treatment for Neck Sprain
6. Massage Treatment for Bell’s Palsy
7. Massage Treatment for Acute Shoulder Pain
8. Massage Treatment for Chronic Shoulder Pain
9. Massage Treatment for Shoulder Pain with Abnormal Breath
10. Massage Treatment for Frozen Shoulder
11. Massage Treatment for Frozen Shoulder (Front)
12. Massage Treatment for Tennis Elbow
13. Massage Treatment for Elbow Stiffness
14. Massage Treatment for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
15. Massage Treatment for Arthritis of Finger (Finger Sprain)
16. Massage Treatment for Arthritis of Toes (Toe Sprain)
17. Massage Treatment for Back Pain (cannot flex)
18. Massage Treatment for Back Pain (cannot extend)
19. Massage Treatment for Back Pain (cannot rotate)
20. Massage Treatment for Osteoarthritis of Knee
21. Massage Treatment for Ankle Sprain (inside)
22. Massage Treatment for Ankle Sprain (outside)
23. Massage Treatment for Ankle Sprain (swelling)
24. Massage Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis
25. Massage Treatment for Achilles Tendon Stiffness
26. Massage Treatment for Pain in the Legs
27. Massage Treatment for Abdominal Pain from Stress
28. Massage Treatment for Digestion Problems
29. Massage Treatment for Irritable Bowel Syndrome
30. Massage Treatment for Bloating
31. Massage Treatment for Constipation
32. Massage Treatment for Menstruation Cramps
33. Massage Treatment for Depression
34. Massage Treatment for Burn-out
35. Massage Treatment for Stress
36. Massage Treatment for Abdominal Tension
37. Massage Treatment for Chest Tension
38. Massage Treatment for Respiratory Problems

 

Then you might be interested in the Acupressure Massage Therapist Program; The specialist form of massage therapy to treat ailments. These techniques are used in hospitals in Asia to improve health, reduce waiting lists, eliminate drug use and often avoid surgery.
 

Sorry we are fully booked 

And am sure that if you are able to treat all the ailments above, that you will have so many clients, that you have to put up this sign like the picture: Sorry we are fully booked 🙂
 

Already a therapist?

Are you a physiotherapist, massage therapist, ortho manual therapist or working as any other physical therapist? Imagine you could broaden your knowledge and didn’t have to send clients to other therapists, but could treat them yourself…

 

How would it be for you if you would know how to treat your clients’:

  • Neck sprain
  • Elbow Stiffness
  • Ankle sprain inside
  • Headache
  • Shoulder pain with abnormal breath
  • Acute shoulder pain
  • Artritis of the fingers
  • Ankle sprain with swelling
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Osteoarthritis of knee
  • Back Pain (not able to flex)
  • Migraine
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Back pain (not able to extend)
  • Neck stiffness 1
  • Frozen Shoulder front
  • Back pain (not able to rotate)
  • Neck stiffness 2

 

And how would it be for you if you knew how to relieve toxins and blockages of the internal organs such as…

  • the liver
  • small intestine
  • pancreas
  • colon
  • kidney
  • stomach
  • duodenum
  • ureter
  • gallbladder
  • spleen etc.

If you now think, yes I like to know that, then you might be interested in the Advanced Massage Therapist Program; The specialist form of massage therapy to treat ailments. These techniques are used in hospitals in Asia to improve health, reduce waiting lists, eliminate drug use and often avoid surgery. Click here to discover more. 

Become an advanced acupressure massage therapist; THE massage therapy to treat ailments

Do you have basic knowledge of massage? Would you like to have a career as an Advanced Acupressure Massage Therapist; The specialist form of massage therapy to treat ailments?
Then the Acupressure Massage Therapist Program (Level 2) must be something for you.
The techniques learnt in this program are used in hospitals in Asia to improve health, reduce waiting lists, eliminate drug use and often avoid surgery. The training consists of modules Abdominal Therapeutic Massage (Chi Nei Tsang), Acupressure Massage Therapy for Health (Wat Po) and Advanced Acupressure Massage Techniques to treat ailments (Wat Po). You also learn Anatomy & Physiology and Coaching & Design Thinking.

What is Advanced Acupressure Massage Therapy?

Advanced Acupressure Massage Therapy is a treatment for various ailments, such as headaches, back pain, stress, tension (burnout), sleep problems, menstruation problems, arthritis, high blood pressure, stomach problems, tennis elbow, feeling low or depressed, constipation, sprained ankle, knee problems, neck problems, hip pain, shoulder pain etc.

Advanced Acupressure Massage Therapy is used in Asian hospitals to eliminate the need for surgery. During the first appointment, the therapist provides comprehensive information of the complaints of the client through examination and asking questions.

The therapist then gives a deep 1 to 2 hour therapeutic acupressure massage tailored to the complaints of the client. This massage is given over the clothes. The client lies on a mat or on a table. The therapist provides acupressure massage using thumbs, palms, elbows, knees and feet through the clothes, using body weight.

Massage therapy assumes that everything in our body is interconnected, also named Holistic and that the origin of the complaint may come from elsewhere in the body than from the painful area itself.

Therefore, the massage treatment is a whole body massage, starting at the feet and ending at the head. Because everyone is different and each complaint is different, a treatment plan is developed together with the client at the end of the first treatment. The number of treatments depends on the complaint and its severity. Besides dealing with complaints, the therapist focuses on the prevention of recurrence of symptoms.

Career?

What can you become after following the Acupressure Massage Therapist Program (Level 2)?

  • You will be a certified Advanced Acupressure Massage Therapist in the techniques: Abdominal Therapeutic Massage (Chi Nei Tsang), Acupressure Massage Therapy for Health (Wat Po) and Advanced Acupressure Massage Techniques to treat ailments (Wat Po).
  • You can work as an Advanced Acupressure Massage Therapist in your own practice, physio therapist clinic or another health centre.

If you feel, yes I like to know more…

Click here to discover about the Acupressure Massage Therapy Program (level 2).