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The simple act of becoming relaxed can have surprising health benefits, new research is showing.

-The New York Times

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Body Massage Level 2/3 Qualification

Diploma in Body Massage Level 2/3

We are offering an Accredited Level 2 and or Level 3 Diploma in Body Massage. This is two days intensive course or can be split in 4 half day and or on weekends and or evenings. You will learn all the basic techniques of massaging. You will also learn health and safety awareness, pre forma medical questionnaire before offering massage to clients. There will be theoretical and practical elements in the course. We offer 1 2 1 and in small groups. you will learn the techniques by massaging fellow students so you don’t need to bring a model. there are males only classes, female only classes and mix classes to chose from. the fee for the course is £350.

Please email if you want to enrol in next course. We have few locations in city centre Birmingham and in West Bromwich.

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We are looking for massage therapists preferably females

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Contact: 07908401096
West Midlands

Relaxation- The best option to ease tension away.

Who would say no to a relieving, sensual massage? Offer your clients a treat of the mind, body and soul that they deserve. Try a training session with us and learn tons of knowledge and skills.

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How acupuncture is performed

Typically, an initial acupuncture session will involve an assessment of general health, a medical history and a physical examination, followed by insertion of the acupuncture needles.

Most acupuncture sessions last between 20 and 40 minutes. Courses of treatment often involve up to 10 separate sessions, but this can vary. (Read More..)


The term ‘acupressure’ refers to a traditional Chinese healing method in which pressure is applied by the fingertips to stimulate key points on the body to help relieve muscular pain and discomfort and restore emotional well-being.

The technique is very similar to acupuncture, though without the needles, and is guided by the same principles of many holistic therapies; that physical and mental illnesses are a result of an imbalance of the body’s energies, or ‘chi’. (Read More…)


Aromatherapy uses essential oils that are thought to have healing properties. These oils are the concentrated essences taken from the flowers, fruit, seeds, leaves and bark of certain plants. There are about 400 essential oils, but only about 40 are commonly used in aromatherapy. Aromatherapists believe aromatherapy can boost well-being, relieve stress and help to refresh your body.. Aromatherapy massage uses essential oils derived from plants to achieve therapeutic benefits.  (Read More…)

Body Wrap

A body wrap – also known as a ‘body cocoon’ or ‘body mask’ – is a spa treatment created to enhance the health and appearance of skin, and/or reduce body measurements. A nourishing oil or mineral-rich formula is applied to the spa guest’s limbs and torso before they are wrapped in cotton, mylar bandages or a plastic film. This promotes the extraction of dirt, toxins and excess water from the skin.

While most wraps are performed on the entire body (minus the face and genital area), some – such as cellulite and bust wraps – are applied to certain areas alone. (Read More…)

Facial Treatment

A facial treatment is a treatment in which a professional will assess your skin, consult about issues you may have with it, and then perform a number of steps that are targeted specifically to your skin type. The skin receives moisturizers, extracts, and vitamins with no need for cheap “carrier” ingredients! Perfect for those skin types that are reactive.

The general facial treatment includes the following steps:

  • Cleansing and toning: to get the skin clean and have a good look at what we are dealing with.
  • Exfoliation: getting rid of dead skin that has been “just sitting there” doing absolutely nothing for your skin! Making it look dull and uneven.
  • Steaming: this will soften the blackheads and get them ready for extractions.
  • Mask: in this part, we let the skin (and you) relax for 20 minutes. Let the mask do its job! Calming the skin after all the stimulation it has just gone through. It will tighten the pores, hydrate the epidermis and brighten the complexion! (Read More…)


Massage cupping has been used in traditional Chinese medicine practices for several thousand years. Practitioners light an alcohol-soaked cotton ball with a match and insert the lit portion into a bulb-like glass “cup” in order to create a vacuum. The cup is then placed in a stationary position upon the body or moved using gliding strokes, depending on the client’s needs. (Read More…)


A form of semi-permanent hair removal that works by removing the hair from the root (rather than at the skin’s surface as with shaving or creams), to leave the area hair-free for between two and six weeks. With regular waxing, the interval between waxing lengthens, and the rate of re-growth is noticeably reduced. (Read More…)

Sacred Tantra

Massage session is a wonderful opportunity to experience first hand the sheer delight and healing power of Tantra. During a session you will be pampered and nurtured within a safe, sacred space. The journey will unfold entirely according to your choices. You will be encouraged to choose only those aspects of the session that are most desirable and comfortable.

Through sacred ritual and a sensual Tantric massage, you will gently settle into a peaceful, expanded state. Your sense of time disappears, physical boundaries dissolve, worries and problems fade away.

This Sacred Tantric Healing is an experience of exquisite touch and sensation. Your senses will be nourished and enlivened with mesmerizing music, aromatherapy, warmed natural massage oils and lotions, and soft candlelight. This sublime healing offers a time of intimate self-indulgence that we so seldom allow ourselves. (Read More…)

Swedish Massage

Swedish massage therapy is the modality that comes to mind when most people think about massage. As the best-known type of bodywork performed today, one of the primary goals of the Swedish massage technique is to relax the entire body. This is accomplished by rubbing the muscles with long gliding strokes in the direction of blood returning to the heart.

But Swedish massage therapy goes beyond relaxation. Swedish massage is exceptionally beneficial for increasing the level of oxygen in the blood, decreasing muscle toxins, improving circulation and flexibility while easing tension. Swedish massage helps stimulate the skin and nervous system, and exercises the ligaments and tendons to keep them supple. The entire process is very relaxing and is championed for its ability to reduce both emotional and physical stress. (Read More…)

Thai Massage

Practiced in Thailand for over 2,000 years, Thai massage — also known as yoga massage, Thai yoga massage and ancient massage — works to clear energy blockages and restore balance and harmony to the body.

The practice combines typical Westernized massage therapy practices, including myofascial release and trigger point therapy, with light stretching similar to that of yoga. It has even earned the name “lazy man’s yoga.”

Like yoga, Thai massage helps to strengthen the body and increase flexibility, while allowing the client to benefit from the relaxation and healing properties of massage. (Read More…)

Indian Head Massage

Indian head massage is an Ayurvedic form of healing and relaxation. Thousands of years ago the treatment was applied only to the head and hair area as a remedy for dry scalp conditions.

Today it is a much broader therapy, incorporating the upper back, shoulders, upper arms and face. These body parts are considered to be important centres of energy. (Read More…)

Deep Tissue Massage

Deep-tissue massage utilizes slow strokes, direct pressure or friction applied across the grain of the muscles with the fingers, thumbs or elbows. Deep-tissue massage works deeply into the muscles and connective tissue to release chronic aches and pains; its purpose is to reach the fascia beneath the surface muscles.

Practitioners must have a thorough understanding of the human body and have been trained to administer deep-tissue massage, as injury can occur if the technique is not performed properly. (Read More…)

Bamboo Massage

Bamboo massage is an innovative way to provide Swedish or deep tissue massage using heated bamboo to roll and knead the tissue to create an extreme sensation of relaxation and well-being.

The bamboo cane replaces the therapist’s hands, and it is used to give a deep, firm massage. The cane is held by the therapist and rolled over the muscle with the same strokes they would use with their hands. (Read More…)

Hot Stone Massage

Hot stone massage therapy melts away tension, eases muscle stiffness and increases circulation and metabolism. Each hot stone massage therapy session promotes deeper muscle relaxation through the placement of smooth, water-heated stones at key points on the body. Our professional massage therapists also incorporate a customized massage, with the use of hot stones which offers enhanced benefits.

Benefits of Hot Stone

  •  Provides relief from pain associated with fibromyalgia, arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome and other chronic conditions
  •  Decreases pain and muscle spasms
  •  Reduces chronic stress and tension
  •  Increases flexibility in joints, aiding in easier mobility and movement
  • Relieves pain and tension created by strained and contracted muscles (Read More…)

Lava Shell Massage

Lava shell massage is a type of heat treatment that uses tiger-striped clam shells as a massage tool. The clams have been harvested for food in the Philippines for hundreds of years.

The shells used to be thrown away, but now being recycled and used for Lava Shell among many other purposes. (Read More…)

Lomi Lomi Massage

Lomi lomi massage, otherwise known as ‘the loving touch’ is thought to originate in Hawaii. It refers to a form of full body treatment that promotes relaxation whilst treating muscle pain and tension.

A lomi lomi therapist will use long flowing strokes across the whole body. These go from head to toe in a continuous rhythmic movement. (Read More…)

Infant Massage

Infant massage refers to the application of gentle strokes and rhythmic hand movements to a baby’s body. The technique is an ancient practice that was introduced to western society over 30 years ago. It has become more popular in recent years.

A specially trained therapist will teach parents the basics of infant massage. They will be shown a sequence of movements using a special oil. The aim of this therapy is to strengthen the parent-baby bond, and help babies to feel secure and loved. Infant massage can also promote better sleep, relieve discomfort such as wind, and ease emotional stress.
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Pregnancy Massage

Prenatal, postnatal or pregnancy massage uses gentle techniques to help alleviate some of the ailments associated with pregnancy, including lower back, neck and shoulder pain; fatigue; joint tenderness; and stretch marks. Prenatal massage can help improve circulation, promote stress reduction and relaxation, and much more.

Practitioners should be well-trained in prenatal massage in order to deliver safe and effective care, and patients should check with their doctors prior to receiving treatment. (Read More…)

Geriatric Massage

Geriatric massage is a form of massage designed to meet the specific needs of the elderly population. It involves using massage hands to manipulate the soft tissues of the body to improve blood circulation, relieve pain and increase range of motion. Active or passive movement of the joints may also be part of geriatric massage.

Elderly people often suffer from a variety of such age-related diseases as Parkinson’s, arthritis, diabetes, heart disease or strokes. As a result, they have poor circulation and limited physical capability. (Read More…)

Foot Massage

Foot massage is a simple and effective method to relax your body and mind. It is based on the tenets of foot reflexology and involves applying pressure on key points in the foot to get benefits.

This technique has been practiced for many centuries for its various benefits. Our feet contain greater than 7,000 nerves. By stimulating them gently you can get pleasurable and relaxing sensations.(Read More…)


Reiki is another Asian healing art that follows similar processes to that of acupressure, using the same key acupoints on the body. It primarily involves using the palm of the hand to channel and stimulate life energy, and has the same effect on the body, both emotionally and physically.

Differently, however, Reiki can be used to heal the body from a distance, and often involves alternative healing techniques like the use of crystals, aromatherapy and homeopathic medicine. (Read More…)

Manual Lymphatic Drainage

The purpose of manual lymphatic drainage is to remove toxins and any excess lymph from the body. Lymph is a clear fluid that bathes cells and carries nutrients to them before returning to the blood stream. It is transported around the body via a network of vessels known as the lymphatic system.

Manual lymphatic drainage involves very precise, light, rhythmical hand movements. These are used to encourage the lymph towards the lymph nodes. Here the body is able to eject waste more easily. (Read More…)

Sports Massage

Physical activity can lead to the build-up of stress and tension in the body’s tissues. Sports massage is designed to help prevent and treat injuries that can occur as a result of overexertion or poor training exercises.

Sports massage therapists will use a range of deep and intense techniques to restore mobility to an injured muscle tissue. Stretching, compression, toning and trigger point response techniques similar to acupressure may be used.

Those who seek out sports massage will find it can assist them through all stages of training. It can also provide recovery and prevention before and after competitions. (Read More…)


Reflexology is the practice of applying pressure to, and massaging certain areas of the feet, hands and ears. The aim is to encourage healing and relieve stress and tension. It is also used to improve general health and well-being.

Reflexology treatment is based on the principle that certain areas of the feet – called reflexes – are linked to other areas on the body through the nervous system. The arrangement of the reflexes has a direct relationship to the area of the body they affect. (Read More…)

Benefits of Therapeutic Massage

  • Relieves pain and discomfort

  • Reducing muscle tension

  • Improves blood circulation

  • Improving joint mobility

  • Increasing lymphatic drainage

  • Increasing body awareness

  • Reducing anxiety and depression

  • It improves sleep

  • Improves overall well-being

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Who are we?

Time to relax is equipped with highly skilled staff that knows the human body and how to therapeutically approach optimal well-being. Our goal is to impart as much knowledge and skill for the time you entrust us.

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We are Learner-Centered

We treat every learner as a unique individual with different needs and preferences. We are friendly and approachable and we make sure that we maintain good relations with everyone. Who needs a boring, generic training? With Time to Relax, everything is personalised.

What our former learners say about us:

Thank you for the opportunity to learn. I will definitely book more sessions.

Ali Musharaf, Student

I was surprised how big of a help a massage can do. My friend recommended courses in Time to Relax and from then on, I knew how to handle pain.

Simon Perry, Athlete

Time to Relax is really worth my money and time. They offer affordable sessions but I think is worth more than what they charge. What more can I say?

Shobina Khan, Receptionist

All I knew before joining a course was basic massage. Today, I know a lot of techniques which for sure I can apply later on to my future clients!

Emma, Finance Officer

I thought relaxation is only for women but I was wrong. After my wife recommended me to come with her to her time to relax course, I found a new way to relieve stress. Very friendly people and they sure know what they are doing. Thank you for the good session!

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