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Our guide to sports massage courses

If you want to take part in sporting events like the Olympics or the World Cup but sport isn’t really for you, a sports massage course could be a good way to do your bit. Learn the basics such as how to manipulate muscle tissue and the best practice ways of healing sporting injuries. You could take your sports massage course in the evening or during the day, depending on your schedule and many beginners courses do not ask for specific qualifications. Some sports massage courses may focus on a particular sport and the injuries associated with it, where others may be broader in the topics they cover.

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Living Anatomy - muscle review day

Where: Teach Therapy Complementary Therapy Training

What: Living Anatomy - An advanced Muscle Review Day for Massage Therapists (Booked online with Hotcourses)

by Helen - December 2012

Very interesting hands-on day using lots of visual aids and ourselves. Found it didn't really matter that I had forgotten some of the muscle names and their origin/actions etc as Darien very helpful and easy-going. Only 5 of us so lots... more

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Student Story: Massage and Sports massage

From studying a whole array of part-time courses, Jennifer got the bug for sports massage in particular, and has now set up her own massage and wellbeing career and business … Name: Jennifer Hargreaves Institution: St Mary’s University College more

Special offers on sports massage courses

Level 5 Diploma in Sports Massage T...

Next start: 20th Nov 2014

Price: £1,094.50 £1,000.00

Where: Islington

Sports Massage (Level 3) Course

Next start: You choose

Price: £386.25 £309.00

Where: Online Course

Related careers: Team Sportsman

Relatively few people are professionals paid for competing in team sports. These are mainly in football, cricket, basketball, rugby, ice hockey and hockey. A lot of time is spent keeping fit, building strength and stamina by exercising, running and gym work and training with the team. The players may receive special treatments from physiotherapists - such as massage or heat treatment - if they have injuries. Some clubs have several teams and players may belong to the first or second team or be reserves, filling in for injured players. Most sportspersons have a full-time or part-time job...more

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