Level 3 ITEC Massage and Anatomy & Physiology (or equivalent)
Proficient in English language
Complete the application form click here .
We will contact those we would like to interview via Skype and then create a shortlist of those we would like to meet in person. The face-to-face interview will require a 15min back massage on the interviewer. 20 successful applicants will then be invited to sign a Licensee contract and on successful completion of the training programme will become a certified Mumanu Massage Therapist.
Training is expected to start in April 2017 in Kingston Upon Thames. The first four days, will prepare therapists for their case studies. Six weeks later, the final two days will be spent on theoretical and practical exams as well as further techniques, information and business basics.
The six day training and course assessment cost: £250
Includes 170 page course manual, exams, certificate, refreshments, licensee contract
Mumanu Licensee cost: £0.00 for the first three months of the agreement. £200 per month thereafter (discounted for the first 20 qualified therapists). This is less than 8% of your revenue when massaging 10 people per week. Far less than a normal franchise agreement and it’s a fixed rate (massage more people, you keep the money.
Students must achieve 80% or higher in each of the following to pass the course:
- Consultation & Massage Techniques
- Theory Exam
- Case Studies
- Client Feedback
Student attendance must be 100% on course study days to pass.
Consultation & Massage Techniques
The 90 minute practical exam on the fifth day of the course will assess each student’s consultation methods and massage techniques. Students will have a pregnant woman to massage on the day.
The 1 hour written exam will happen on day five of the course to assess each student’s knowledge and understanding.
In between the two study weekends, students will be required to complete 15 pregnancy massages and hand in the case study notes on the fifth day of the course. This must be on a minimum of five people and a maximum of ten. As well as the notes, a written review of the overall case study experience will be required.
Each case study participant will be required to write a Google Review on each student’s Mumanu Google+ page.
Mumanu Advanced Specialist Pregnancy, Labour & Postnatal Massage Manual by Samantha Thurlby-Brooks
Ina May’s Guide To Childbirth by Ina May Gaskin
What to Expect When You’re Expecting by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel (for reference only, we do not recommend this book for expectant parents)
Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering – Dr Sarah J. Buckley
The Thinking Woman’s Guide To Childbirth – Henci Goer
Optimal Care in Childbirth – Henci Goer
Let Birth Be Born Again – Jean Sutton
Birth & Breastfeeding – Dr Michel Odent
The Farmer & The Obstetrician – Dr Michel Odent