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MistressMary Thu 26-May-05 10:19:42

Thinking about doing a course on Indian head massage and if comes with a Diploma.
Thinking of the future and maybe doing this as a little job.
Anyone else done a course on this or can you give me any tips?
Much apreciated.

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Chandra Thu 26-May-05 10:22:05

No idea about courses, but Ihave seen at the local Borders Bookshop that there's an Indian head masseur every 2nd thursday night. I think he/she charges a small fee fo a small session and you don't need to make an appointment.

Louise1980 Thu 26-May-05 10:33:18

Ive had a few indian head massages and they are great. Except I always have a period straight after!

MistressMary Thu 26-May-05 11:35:27

Yes I'm sure it's nice to be on the receiving end of one. And could be a nice little earner and at times to suit me.
Anyone done a course though?

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slug Thu 26-May-05 13:46:06

Check out your local college. we teach it as part of a beauty therapy course at the one I work at.

MistressMary Thu 26-May-05 18:08:44

Just done that today, requested a info sheet on it and apparently I need to do a bit of anatomy and phsyiology first.
So may sign up for that to begin with.

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almostanangel Thu 26-May-05 18:09:41

i booked and paid for one then they cancelled the course

MistressMary Thu 26-May-05 18:11:26

They may of their is not enough interest but I can do something else in the meantime.

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almostanangel Thu 26-May-05 18:12:09

i think they are wonderful make you feel al chilllllllllllllled zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

MistressMary Thu 26-May-05 18:37:48

Yep exactly, anyone offering?

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almostanangel Fri 27-May-05 07:13:27

would if i could but i cant so i wont ,,let you know if i get on a course though

Dorita75 Mon 05-Dec-16 13:08:25

MistressMary I can see that this post is from 10 years ago but I wondered how you got on and if you're practising now? I'm currently doing a course in indian head massage and thinking about what I want to do with the qualification, how I can work around nursery hours and my part time local authority job...any tips would be very welcome! Thank you.

MidMay Mon 05-Dec-16 13:29:25

Did the diploma years ago when I was considering a career change in complementary medicine. Didn't pursue that avenue but as a midwife it's a lovely additional skill which I can use on women. Go for it if only to use on friends and family.

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