Log in


❤️  holistic & integrative & salutogenic approach to health

Log in

Rhythmical Massage Therapy Module 1B

  • Saturday, August 24, 2024
  • Saturday, August 31, 2024
  • Emerson College RH18 5JX

A new world is opening. My hands are learning to feel into, to listen and to move in new ways. Inwardly I feel moved by the mystery of meeting another human being, relating intimately, without much talking. I feel warmed, enthused and my hands are warm! They are coming to life as it were.”. 

Words from one of the students on the part-time Rhythmical Massage Therapy Training which launched at Emerson College earlier this month.

Under the expert guidance of instructors Aoine Landweer-Cooke and Shashi Seedheeyan, this training not only focuses on mastering massage techniques but also delves into understanding the human being in health and illness. The curriculum encompasses both conventional natural scientific perspectives and an Anthroposophic spiritual-scientific approach.

For those who missed the first enrolment, we are pleased to announce that applications are open for the opportunity to join the course in August when we will repeat the first module for new students.

The course is intended for practitioners with a bodywork qualification such as massage therapists, physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, doctors, acupuncturists, reflexologists (Itech) and nurses. If you are not currently qualified, please do get in touch to discuss your interest in applying.

Info to the Rhythmical Massage Therapy Training.

Info to the 2024 training can be found in

Please get in touch with the contact person or organisation listed in each event if more info or help is needed, thank you. 

Anthroposophic Medicine UK may assist in enrolling individuals to some events but does not organise nor is responsible for events.

If you would like to receive information on public events bi-monthly, please sign up to our public mailing list, thank you. 

ANTHROPOSOPHIC MEDICINE UK is an online platform for Anthroposophic Health and Social Care Professionals in the UK. It is a project of the Anthroposophic Medical Association and is supported by the Anthroposophic Medical Association, the Association of Anthroposophic Therapeutic Arts, the Rhythmical Massage Therapy Associationthe UK Association for Anthroposophic Counselling & Psychotherapy & Eurythmy Therapy Association.

 contact us form  Google (Android 12L)