.:: Metta College London ::.


Andrea Baglioni is co-founder of “Metta, the College of Traditional Thai Yoga Massage” in London. The school was found in 2001 together with Amy Ku Redler, another senior teacher of the Sunshine Network and dear friend of the late Asokananda. The school runs regular introductory day and taining courses, in London, Brighton and Glasgow, taught by Amy Ku Redler or Siva Rajha. The courses are accredited by CThA, (Complementary Therapist Association).


BRIDGING COURSE

For those students who have trained with the Sunshine Network in Thailand , or have a clear foundation of the work of 'Asokananda style' Thai massage it is possible for you to take a Bridging course with the Metta the College of Traditional Thai Massa

The Bridging course will enable you to convert your intensive (overseas) practitioner course into a UK recognized qualification that will enable you to access professional organizations (such as Embody) and UK professional indemnity insurance. Obtaining this UK status will enable you to charge clients becoming a professional therapist.

Please note that the most cost effective way to complete the Bridging course is to join a current course to attend practice days/mock and final examinations. This however, does mean that a longer time duration is required to convert the qualification. A mix of course/practice day and private/individual sessions can be arranged.


Item to complete When by Cost £
1) An initial assessment evaluating the standard of your massage practice As soon as possible post completion of your practitioner course £80 on an individual/private basis or £55 if you join a current course day.  Additional costs may be charged for venue hire
2) Completion of required practice days as designated by your assessment.  Minimum of 2 days and up to 5. Post assessment and prior to mock examinations £55 per day if taken on a current course day.  Refresher weekends (£75 per day) or refresher practice days charged as advertised.  Private tuition charged at £40 per hour with 3 hours tuition required per day of practice
3) Completion of 30 documented casestudies lasting 2 hours each.  Prior to final examinations n/a as included in final examination cost
4) Completion of a 1,000 word project. Prior to final examinations n/a as included in final examination cost
5) Student to receive a ‘teacher’ massage from a TTYMA qualified teacher Prior to final examinations £100 for 2 hour massage
6) Successful completion of practical and theory mock examination. Prior to final examinations  If taken on current course £100 taken privately
7) Successful completion of practical and theory examinations Can be done on a current course schedule or privately with independent examiner once mock examinations completed successfully £150 including marking of items 3) and 4) If theory exam not taken at the same time, additional cost of £30 for invigilation.

Once all 1-7) items are completed and all fees paid, we are then able to issue a training certificate/qualification which can be submitted to a professional organization for membership and insurance.

Please note that additional costs may be charged for travel of teachers/examiners and where the venue of private/individual sessions are not free.

In addition, please note - it is a requirement for all UK therapists to have successfully completed an anatomy and physiology qualification with at least 55 training hours to become a member of Embody and receive insurance cover.


For information on dates and price of the Bridging Course, please email to: info@learnthaimassage.it

For information on Accredited Thai Yoga Massage courses in London , Brighton and Glasgow: www.yogamassage.co.uk


For courses in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology for the Massage Therapist in London:
www.massagetraining.co.uk


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Metta - The College of
Traditional Thai Yoga Massage

7 Newcourt St, NW8 7AA
Web: www.yogamassage.co.uk
Email: info@yogamassage.co.uk
Tel: 07956911159


Metta is accredited by Ctha and affiliated to the Institute of Complementary Medicine (ICM). It is also a founding members of TTYMA, the first Traditional Thai Yoga Massage Association in the UK.