This course like all of our courses are non brand specific. This means that once qualified you are able to use any wraps you like on your clients as long as your insurance company accepts that they are intended for professional use only.
Wraps are spa treatments designed to slim and tone the body, hydrate or firm the skin, or relax and soothe the muscles. Body wrap treatments come in varied and exciting packages, with one common factor: mummification. Body wraps are great for transporting excess water from the fatty tissues where it is them eliminated by the body’s own system. You need to find a supplier offering a good body wrap gel that has anti cellulite properties and that stimulates the vasodilatation of the capillaries in the dermal layers of the skin. The gel is then massaged into problem areas and then wrapped with thermal bandages. Cellulite fat is tightened and compressed and toxins released. The bandages and wrapped creates heat which opens pores which allows the gel to penetrate through the dermal layer of the skin. Clients may feel slimmer, toned and firmer after your wrap treatment. Although any initial weight loss will sadly disappear once they have a drink, the wrap experience might just provide the motivation you need to start a healthier new diet or fitness programme. Some wraps are also thought to relieve tired or heavy legs and aching joints, ease inflammation, and help to flush out toxins through sweating. While it may not provide an instant weight-loss fix, the feel-good factor of a body wrap might help you jumpstart a diet or exercise regime.
Full practical demonstration and guidance throughout the day that will involve a discussion about the different types of body wrap and an analysis of their pros and cons, the full application, removal and how to measure up clients before and after treatments.
Health and Safety at Work Law, Sterilisation and Hygiene in the salon
Anatomy and Physiology relating to the course you are studying
Consultation process and an example of the consultation card.
Contra-indications and how to recognise them, Contra-actions
Licensing requirements if required. Professionalism/ Code of Ethics
Local Bylaws that may affect your business e.g. treating minors.
Where to obtain insurance and details of professional associations.
Entry Requirement & Prerequisites
Course duration & CPD
1 Day, 11 CPD
Assessment and Examination Method
There will be continuous formative assessments taking place during your training day and you will be expected to answer verbal questions and perform a body wrap with minimal direction from your tutor over the one day.
Amount due 2 weeks prior to training: £90
Practitioner Level Diploma
Once you complete this training you will be entitled to gain insurance. All courses at Inspire Therapy Training are accredited and recognised by industry professionals. See image below for the accrediting bodies we have chosen to use for this diploma.