Our training is divided into 4 modules, the Beginners Massage Course, Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology, Health & Safety and the Practitioners Massage Course. On successful completion of all 4 modules you will gain the LCM Diploma which will enable you to obtain insurance to be able to practice in the UK and abroad and register with various associations such as the FHT.
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With a mix of part-time (weekends or evenings) and online training options you can complete your training around work or family commitments. All our massage classes are practical and have a maximum of 10 students, ensuring close supervision for each learner.
Our Beginners course is open to everyone with an interest in learning how to give a full body massage safely. Although we try and keep the Beginners course informal and fun it also provides the foundation for the techniques required to be able to continue your training on to the Practitioners course.
If you do not wish to commit to a full course you can attend an Intro Weekend which is a great way to learn a few massage techniques and discover if massage is the change of career you have been looking for.
Already qualified? Need to gain CPD points? Then our new FHT approved short courses are ideal. You can choose Health & Safety (10 CPD points) or Pathology (10 CPD points). More courses coming soon.
The LCM was established in 1987 by Fiona Harrold with an aim to make massage widely available to all, improve the standard of training and position it as a recognised complementary therapy within orthodox medicine. The LCM is vetted by and registered as an independent school with the British Complementary Medicine Association.