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Introduction to Middlesex School Of Complementary Medicine

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Since our foundation in 1992 we have gone from strength to strength, now a recognised centre of excellence within the field of Complementary Therapy.

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ITEC level 3 Anatomy Physiology and Pathology

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Myofascial Release is a practical hands-on therapy that is effective in the treatment of soft tissue, fascial tension and restrictions. Definition: - ‘Myo’ means muscle and ‘fascia’ means band....more

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Teach Therapy Complementary Therapy Training
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Amazing Course

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Myofascial Release Technique is a very gentle approach which releases tension in the fascia Myofascial Release Technique is a very gentle approach which releases tension in the fascia, thereby allowing...more

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A lot of people think psychology is all about reading people’s minds and becoming the next Derren Brown. Unfortunately it’s a lot more complex than that and actually a far more scientific subject than it’s often perceived to be....

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Psychology is all about understanding the brain; for example how do we do simple tasks like choose what to have for dinner or make conversation with our colleagues? The brain is made up of four different lobes, the frontal lobe used for decision...