Hot and cold stone therapy
Using hot and cold stones to massage the body allows heat/cold to penetrate the surrounding muscles. The result is a deep feeling of relaxation for the client whilst enabling the therapist to perform deep massage with the minimum strain and effort.
It can aid Chakra balancing and also be used in conjunction with other therapies like reflexology, aromatherapy, sports, remedial and lymph drainage.
- History and theory of stone therapy
- Health and safety
- Benefits of treatments
- Other applications for thermal stones
- Contra-indications and contra–actions
- Aftercare advice
- Practical techniques
Kit supplied for the training day. Other dates available.
Hosted by Preston Therapy Centre
We deliver professional qualifications in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. All our tutors are working therapists each with over 20 years of relevant experience and practical knowledge. Your training group will be small, usually no more than 4 students, to ensure maximum individual attention. Other training dates can be organised on request.