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Japanese facial massage course

Japanese facial massage course

Japanese Kobido Facial Massage Course The Japanese Facial Massage Course is a unique opportunity to learn massage techniques to enhance the aesthetics of the face, neck and décolleté and help to benefit the emotional sphere of those who receive it. The course does not require prior preparation, it is open to everyone.

Kobido is an ancient Japanese technique, used to perform a natural lift to the face, neck and décolleté. Born in China but later imported to Japan in the 5th century AD, it was used for the first time in samurai, as a technique capable of restoring balance between mind and body. Later this type of massage was valued by the empress as an anti-aging massage for the face of the emperors. In Japan it is considered the natural lifting alternative to plastic surgery, as it provides elasticity and hydration to the skin, reducing wrinkles.

The treatment is suitable for any type of skin. The Japanese Facial Massage Course, in addition to teaching a new technique, according to the oriental tradition, also transmits a philosophy of life in which we find an indissoluble link between natural beauty and inner well-being.

Dates: January 30, 2021 or February 27, 2021

Hours: 10-19.30 Price of the 8-hour course: 121 euro (VAT included)

Limited places: Reservation info@aurumwellbeing.com

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Kobido Massage Course Program

  • History of Kobido Massage
  • Treatment characteristics
  • Effectiveness against stress
  • Indications and contraindications of massage
  • Treatment on face, neck, décolleté and scalp
  • Execution of the complete sequence of treatment for a duration of about 60 minutes

Aromatherapy talk

Introductory talk to essential oils and Aromatherapy

Introductory talk to essential oils and Aromatherapy

Date: Wednesday, January 28th, 2021

Hours: 18:30 – 20:30

Price: 10 euro

Essential oils and aromatherapy are a formidable possibility for well-being and health.

In this introductory talk on essential oils and aromatherapy, we will see how each essential oil is able to communicate with our emotional brain, carrying its own personal message. We will see the main essential oils that can help and support us in case of stress, fear, anxiety and insomnia and how to use them safely and immediately.

Origins of aromatherapy

What are essential oils and how are they obtained?

How to recognize a pure essential oil, reading the label

Main applications of essential oils

Mode of use: diffuser, massages, baths, ointments, etc.

Limited enrollment book through:info@aurumwellbeing.com
Introductory talk to essential oils and Aromatherapy
Intensive Thai Massage course

Intensive Thai Massage course with Ana Turner

30-hour Intensive Thai massage course

This course is aimed at all people who want to learn Thai Massage techniques both for those who want a first approach to their knowledge as well as those who want to have a very good protocol for a quality massage session. No prior knowledge is necessary. The intensive Thai Massage course is aimed at masseurs, yoga teachers and the general public who want to learn about the Thai Massage technique.

Objectives:

  • Perform a 60-minute Thai Massage session

  • Work the whole body in a single session.

  • Use the elbows, forearms and knees as working tools.

  • Work using your own body weight

  • Digitopuncture of the meridians.

  • Perform assisted stretching, mobilizations and application of pressure.

  • You will learn a wide variety of postures, such as linking one maneuver to another with a good posture, allowing a good flow when performing the massage.

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Intensive Thai Massage Course dates

Weekend Option:

Sat 16 and Sun 17 of January

Sat 23 and Sun 24 of January

Weekday Module:
Option A
Mon 11 and Thu 14 of January

Mon 18 and Thu 21 of January

Option B
Wed 13 and Fri 15 of January

Wed 20 and Fri 22 of January


Schedule
From 10:00 to 14:00 and 16:00 to 19:30

Price
395 €

Due to restrictions due to Covid 19, ENROLLMENT is LIMITED

Course methodology

My methodology is based on practice, starting from the principle that the best way to learn and integrate something is by practicing and experimenting, in such a way that the student will acquire the skill and security necessary to apply everything learned in the course

Course content

  • History of Thai Massage.

  • Benefits, Contraindications and Precautions.

  • Manual Techniques Employed: Digital Pressures, thumbs, palms, elbows, forearms and knees.

  • Assisted stretching.

  • Joint mobilizations

  • Lines used in the massage protocol.

  • Learning the sequence step by step

  • Ways of working: supine, prone, lateral decubitus and sitting

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ANA TURNER

My interest in holistic therapies started in 2012 when I met a person who brought Reiki into my life and changed my way of seeing the world. I did the first and second levels with María Iglesias in Barcelona. Reiki helped me develop my sensitivity towards people’s energy, I have been giving sessions in Barcelona with private clients and also as a volunteer in events and hospitals.

In 2013 I took a course on Akashic Records with Susana Cano. In 2014 I made my first trip to Thailand which completely changed my life. There I met Thai Massage and I simply fell in love with this ancient art. In the same year I did my first Thai Massage course at the Ismet Institute in Barcelona.

In 2015 I returned to Thailand where I settled in Chiang Mai for months to learn more about the technique at the Nuad Boran School.

A wide and diversified training

I received Thai Massage training in the traditional modality, in the therapeutic modality, and also to use the Tok Sen as a work tool.
In the same year, on my return to Barcelona, ​​I spent 12 months studying Chiromassage at the Sagrada Familia School.
2017: I received  Thai Massage training on a stretcher from Shivattai in Girona.
2018: I received Balinese Massage training at the International Bali Spa Academy on the island of Bali. In the same year, after returning to Barcelona, ​​I was being trained in Foot Reflexology at the Tiller School.


During all these years of training, I have been actively working as a body therapist and as well as a trainer for new therapists in Thai massage techniques in some of the holistic centers in Barcelona, such as Mailuna and Beauty & Spa Barcelona as well as in Centers and Spas in Brazil and Peru.
Having worked in an environment with high demand at the protocol level in the art of massages, such as that required by Spas like the L´Occitane Spa at the Hotel Miramar and the Spa at the Mandarín Oriental Hotel in Barcelona, gave me the opportunity to polish the techniques learned and develop my own style.