Actually I did not officially set up a certification program for it. I wasn't sure if there would be any demand for it.
However I already got a couple of requests for a certificate so I might as well include it in the certification program. If you want to go ahead and post your experience with the course modules in the forum, I will certainly issue you a certificate. However it would be the International Certificate and not the CE certificate.
The reason is that the CE certificate (continuing education certificate) takes quite some time to set up with lots of multiple choice test questions and an official registration with the National Certification Board. However if there is a demand from the students, I can set all this up.
If you are okay with the International (non CE) certificate, you can start posting right away according to the guidelines in our certification check list:
March 8, 2017
Hallo, I live in Italy and I would be interest in learning Thai massage. I am a massage therapist and I have studied traditional swedish massage and bioenergetic massage at scuola di massaggio ArteCorpo in Genova, which I found very good and professional. Could you please suggest me a good Thai massage school? Thank you!
Hi Ester, your question is too general. I have no idea where you want to study - in Italy, in Thailand, anywhere in the world?? I can't help you with school suggestions in Europe since I don't know any schools there. Here at Thai Healing Massage Academy we specialize in online training programs. If that interests you, you can sign up for our free video series here:
Or you can directly check out what we have to offer here:
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