Prepayment for Traditional Moroccan full body Massage


Benefits of Moroccan massage and physiological effect in this technique. During the massage, approximately 50% of the time is allocated for this procedure, this technique is called passive gymnastics. According to the functional purpose, kneading is divided into muscle-vascular, neuromuscular and muscular-articular, depending on the physiological effect on muscle tissue and the way they are performed. Muscular-vascular kneading improves blood and lymph drainage, increase the supply of oxygen to tissues. Muscular-articular kneading improve the contractile function of the muscles, have a pronounced lifting effect. Neuromuscular kneading has a deep relaxing effect, reduces muscle hypertonicity.

Course Fee – $750 less deposit
A Registration Deposit of $250 is due when you register to secure a seat in the course which is payable to “Cherian Sales Services.”

The remaining balance of $500 is paid to the course instructor on or before the day of class instruction with money order or cashiers check payable to “Cherian Sales Services.”

Note: A 10% ($75) discount on the course fee balance is available for students who pay with cash.

All our training course prices are inclusive, so no hidden charges!

Remember when you sign up for one of our courses you will receive extra added value of over $50 worth of FREE material including:
Anatomy and Physiology e-manual
Copy of our therapist accounts package

And Access to one additional day of the next K&T CML fusion massage course available in your area to help you remember the routine taught and get additional coaching from your instructor.



Additional techniques are considered techniques that enhance or weaken the physiological effect of the main reception, or prepare the tissues for them, or establish a balance between the systems. Due to the large number of possible manipulations (massage techniques) that have a specialized effect on the skin, connective tissue, muscles, joints, and their combinations (only kneading more than a hundred variants), abhyanga massage allows solving a wide range of skin care problems, each patient.

To obtain the maximum effect of the given technique, it is necessary to adhere to certain rules for constructing a massage:

Determine the purpose of the massage, taking into account the collected history.
To form an individual scheme taking into account the features of the primary, vascular, and muscular systems of the patient.
Observe a certain sequence of effects on different systems. First, we use techniques that lead to relaxation, relaxation of the patient, in the next stage, techniques that improve blood and lymph drainage are used, and then proceed to basic work with the muscular and articular systems .
Determine the intensity of exposure
The duration of the massage is about 60 minutes, the time depends on the characteristics of the nervous system of the patient, on his psycho-emotional state. It is recommended to change the massage scheme from session to session in order to avoid adaptation to tactile influences and get the maximum result. Massage is prescribed by courses of 10-15 procedures with a frequency of every other day or two days. Supportive courses can be conducted once a week or twice a month.