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Advice on best facial courses
Can I ask for your help please? I have been practicing deep tissue massage for 10 years now and my hands are getting osteo arthritis. I am thinking of training in facials as they will be less strenuous on my joints and body but I can still be in the complimentary world. There are so many training courses out there on the Internet and I don't want to just take pot luck. Can any of you recommend a really top notch training course? I would like to learn the best possible facial treatment with extraction. Also how do I go about sourcing a good organic chemical free product to use for the facials? Any recommendations?
Any thoughts, experience you're happy to share or advice would be much appreciated.
|Hilary John |
Aug 20 2013 7:53PM
Interestingly i have just completed a day course with a lady in Northampton today (not sure where you are) She does a very thorough course in facials (we didnt cover extraction though) and you would have a good basis for the course with your holistic training (with the A and P)
She uses Neal's Yard products which are the products i have also chosen for my treatments as well, as they have a really good start up cost and you get quite a good selection of products and a good discount too if you sign up.
The training details are here:
Dont know if this is of any use to you at all but thought i would let you know i was really pleased with how my day went today.
Good luck with your hunt
Aug 20 2013 10:09PM
|Thank you Hilary. This is helpful and I appreciate you taking the time and trouble to let me know about your experience.
Wishing you the best of luck with what you have learnt.