Our Level 4 Sports Massage qualification will make sure you have the confidence and skills to further enhance your reputation and take you to that next level as a therapist. The level 4 qualification will help you to offer your clients a more complete experience and prepare you for more challenges that you can come across within your career as a therapist.

The course is designed to look at more advanced techniques such as trigger point therapy, connective tissue and assessment methods, such as special testing. Giving your client a better service and thus increasing your earning potential. With a deeper understanding of conditions and enhanced techniques you will be able to confidently give pre and post care advice, apply neuromuscular techniques and carry out more in depth client assessments.

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The qualification is a mix of blended learning with practical attendance workshop days and a distance learning package. The course has 4 practical attendance days spread over 2 weekends and a distance learning package supported by a personal tutor through out your studies.

  • Level 4 Sports Massage Therapy Diploma
  • Unit 1: Applying neuromuscular and soft tissue mobilisation techniques
  • Unit 2: Conducting an objective physical assessment
  • Unit 3: Prescribing corrective exercise to support the treatment of common injuries / soft tissue dysfunction
  • 3 x practical assessments
  • 3 work sheets
  • Internal exam
  • You must Hold a Level 3 (QCF) Qualification in Sports Massage
  • 18+ Years of age

This course is available with 0% finance. Take a look at the packages on the link and decide which works best for you. Simply pay your deposit upon booking and a member of our team will simply contact you and ask which package you would like to choose. Its that simply! You can pay your balance at anytime with no addition admin charges.

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