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How is the learning process organized?

The learning process are held in small groups of 4-12 people or individually. Most of the necessary theoretical material is presented in the form of video lectures and webinars, which the participant of the seminar watches at a convenient time. The rest of the theory is given directly at the seminar. At the same time, the main emphasis is on the practical development of the necessary skills, the development of massage techniques and schemes. Practice is carried out in pairs on top of each other or on invited models. To date, training seminars are held in Israel, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland. Do you want to organize training in your region? Fill the contact form for more information. Each seminar (1-3 days) is part of the overall picture of the therapeutic or aesthetic impact on a person. You can go through all the seminars on the face or body in the order presented below and get an exhaustive amount of skills and knowledge that allows you to safely call yourself a professional in your field. Or choose the topics you need and the number of seminars to solve those specific problems that you face in your practice. Seminar attendees receive the necessary teaching materials and access to video, wich related to the studies themes.

Read the training program carefully and go ahead to massage with common sense!


Aestetic remodeling facial

massage course  (3 seminars)

Additional facial massage training:

Drainage techniques

Drainage during postoperation

Neurosedante 2.0

Master classes:

Forward head




Video lectures:

Aging morphotypes


Hypertension & massage

Affective touch

Pain during massage

Vitamin C

Holidays without consequences? 


Prevention and wellness block:

«Slow tempo» 

Neuromodulation massage

Drainage techniques

«Slow tempo» 

Myofascial relax-massage

Rolling massage

Soku Shin: foot massage

Therapeutic block:

Deep tissue bodywork

Anatomy trains by T. Mayers

Myofascial pain:

Head & neck

Myofascial pain:

Upper back & arms

Myofascial pain:

Low back & legs

Joint mobilization

Postizometric relaxation

Topographical anatomy


Anatomy of aging, Fascia, etc

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