Beauty Therapy Training Course in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

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Beauty therapy is an interesting sector to work in. Every day is different from another, there are many opportunities to meet new people and the work can be rewarding too.  Training to be a beauty therapist needs careful consideration.  The standards in training and learning have changed a lot over time, improving the expectations of knowledge and skill that beauty therapists have.  Every new skill is backed up with underpinning knowledge of anatomy and physiology and health and safety. This includes opportunities to develop understanding of pathologies of the body and how they impact the treatments you provide.   There are many aspects to beauty therapy and many professionals choose […]

VTCT Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Specialist Techniques – Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

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The VTCT Level 2 Certificate in Beauty Specialist Techniques is an ideal training course for anyone who wants to begin a career in Beauty Therapy. This Beauty Therapy course provides everything you need, in order to gain employment or set up your own Beauty Therapy business. The following units are included:  *Provide manicure treatments *Provide eyelash and eyebrow treatments *Remove hair by using waxing techniques *Provide pedicure treatments *Provide facial skin care *Apply make-up   At Cheltenham School of Complementary Therapy & Beauty we offer a beauty course that runs over a period of 5 months. It is is suitable for beginners or therapists in a different field. Training includes information […]

Swedish Massage Training Course – Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 2018

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This is a fantastic course that can open up a wealth of opportunities – whether you are looking to change your career, offer additional services as part of your beauty treatments, or further develop your understanding in other holistic therapies. Swedish massage is the most popular massage you are likely to come across and covers core massage techniques Effleurage; smooth, long, continuous strokes Petrissage; kneading, muscle and skin rolling, wringing, picking up and vibrations Frictions; circular movements using the thumbs where pressure is gently increased Tapotement; hacking and cupping Each of these techniques help to stretch and stimulate the muscles in order to remove tension and waste products from the cells. […]