The massage techniques used in Intuitive Massage combine eastern practices of mindful breathing and balanced body movements, with western approaches which include the study of the musculoskeletal system. The massage technique is deep, with a flowing moderate pace. The aim of the application is to relieve muscular tension, reduce emotional stress, and help the person to open up mentally and emotionally in preparation for deeper and more specific work.
The modality places a lot of focus on conscious breathing to help the practitioner and the receiver of the treatment connect with themselves, and each other on a deeper level. It reduces tension and resistance and helps the individuals to connect with their souls. During the sessions, the breath, when applied consciously is also used to direct the mind to a positive state and is combined with the use of affirmations.
The Connection is the name used to define a type of method used to perform soul-retrieval – a shamanic practice to help individuals heal parts of themselves that are disconnected from the whole. The approach applies metaphysical healing and is offered at different levels. Within Intuitive Massage, it is applied at the primary level of connecting the person to their breath in a deeper way allowing them to honour their soul.
Understanding the language of the chakras and how they are expressed in the body is an integral part of the modality. The 7 major chakras are used as a reference throughout the treatments for how a person experiences their life and the state of their mental, emotional, physical and spiritual health. Through physical palpation and observation, the practitioner is able to understand the areas that need to be addressed in the person in order to assist them to rebalance their chakras.
Guided Visualisation is part of the practice and is used according to the individual needs. It is a tool that can be used when appropriate. Within Intuitive Massage, the guided work helps the person to tap into their creative force and the power of their mind to heal. This is a practice that is led intuitively and organically.
Internationally Recognised Modality
This course has been recognised for membership by the IICT and their recommended insurance providers in the following countries:
Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Gibraltar, Liechtenstein Iceland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Greece, Latvia, Sweden, Channel Islands, Norway, Estonia, Austria, Malta, Isle of Man, Netherlands Italy, Poland, Bulgaria, Czechia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Croatia, Romania, Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, Finland
In many countries, complementary therapies are not regulated; however, please verify any state/federal licensing and/or regulated title requirements in the country you wish to practice.
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