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Mobilisation Techniques for Massage Therapists

Mobilisation is a manual therapeutic technique that gently fosters movement in stagnant tissues and joints – it is described as “a low-velocity, non-thrust, passive movement within or at the limit of joint range of motion (ROM)”

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About this Course

Mobilisation Techniques for Massage Therapists

Are you looking to add to your ‘Toolbox’ of techniques? Every client is different in what they bring to you for help. Every client is different in how you are able to help them.

This course taught by Sue Croft Reg. Osteopath & developed for Massage Therapists introduces you to a more dynamic technique which you will find really valuable in your everyday practice.

Evidence has shown that mobilisation techniques can help reduce pain and improve ranges of movement. The human body uses movement to help heal itself, using these techniques you can help your clients.

This course will add more techniques to your ‘toolbox’ and add to your effectiveness as a Healthcare practitioner.

Course Duration

1 Day

Entry Requirements

This course is open to Level 3 (and above) Qualified Massage Therapists who hold a VTCT, ITEC, MTI, City & Guilds certificate. This is an advanced massage course so a strong knowledge of Anatomy & Physiology is recommended.

Course Audience

Sports Therapists
Remedial Therapists
Experienced Massage Therapists
Also open to Osteopaths & Chiropractors


Holiday Inn Express, Lakeside Drive, Newport, NP10 8BB

Enrollment & Tuition


Points Awarded

5 CPD Points


Course Delivery: Practical session will be 10am to 4pm

 Theory Delivery:  The theory be sent to you a week before the course date as a pre-recorded lesson to watch.

Following attendance you will receive access to revision videos covering all techniques taught on the course.

Course Tutors

Sue Croft

 I am Sue Croft. I have been a registered Osteopath for 20 years. I ran my own practice for 15 years in London. In 2018 I moved to Swansea to work full time as a lecturer in osteopathy. I teach both Anatomy & Physiology, practical skills and lead the Biomechanics module. Outside of Osteopathy I am an English Channel swimmer and spend a lot of time swimming in the sea. Because of my background in endurance sports, I am an Injury prevention coach and have coached at various training camps around the world. I work very much on a stop problems happening in the first place.

What Our Graduates Have To Say

"Great to learn some new techniques from such a knowledgable teacher" Susie J 2022

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