The SPA business and its associated activities have developed significantly in recent years and demand seems to outweigh supply both locally and regionally. Having professional spa therapist who is knowledgeable in not only in their techniques, skills and product, but also various therapies is vital to providing a luxurious spa experience. Come and discover Spa & Complementary therapies either unit by unit or purchased as a whole.
Pre-requisites: Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy or Massage Therapy
Who Should Attend: Home therapists, or those that just want some great techniques to use on their family at home. Massage therapists and health professional whom are keen to include spa therapy into their skill set.
Certificate: Certificate of Completion from Australasian Academy of Wellness Therapies.
AAOWT reserves the right to vary, change, cancel any of the courses published on this website and on the course brochure, or alter the composition of the lecturing team as well as the venue, should circumstances so warrant.
Providing a series of Spa Treatments (1 week)
Spa Body Exfoliation, Salt Scrubs, Dry Brushing
Spa Body Wraps – Clay Products & Body Masks
Body Wraps – Clay products & Body masks
Healing Water Treatments – Vichy Shower, Hydrotherapy Bath, Steam Capsule
Planning a series of Spa Treatment
Lomi Lomi – the ancient art of Huna Hawaiian massage (3 days)
A style of massage that was passed down from the ancient Hawaiian healers and Herbalist. It is performed in a graceful and flowing rhythmical dance, utilising nature and the elements to increase the body’s natural energy flow.
Indian Head Massage – Head, Neck and Shoulder massage techniques (3 days)
This is a fantastic massage as it can be performed without oil, making it perfect as a mobile treatment to relieve stress and muscle tension in the office.
Hot Stone Therapy – the ancient art of hot stone massage techniques (3 days)
Using the combined method of Aromatherapy and Swedish Massage, this therapy is specially designed to stimulate the flow of energy through the body, promoting balance and a feeling of wellbeing
Alternative Therapies (choose one)
Bach Flower Essence
Introduction to Shiatsu
Introduction to Aromatherapy
Reflexology for Relaxation