Massage, Beauty and Holistic Training Courses, Broughty Ferry, Dundee.
Benefits of manicures and pedicures
Manicures and pedicures often fall into the category of ‘pampering.’ Although it is often very enjoyable to have your nails done there are some good reasons why this should be more than just the occasional luxury experience. There are several benefits to regularly investing in manicures and pedicures and they go much further than just aesthetics.
A manicure or pedicure provides a deep clean for your nails, as well as ensuring that they look great. This is an important part of positive nail health, as both our hands and feet go through a lot daily. Regular manicures and pedicures ensure the removal of dead skill cells, which is an essential part of encouraging new skin cell growth. New skin cells are key for nails that are strong and healthy. Regular manicures and pedicures also help to make sure that your nails do not get into a poor condition, for example being plagued by fungal infections. If you are keen to protect your nail health on an ongoing basis, manicures and pedicures have an important role to play.
The manicure or pedicure involves a massage, to the hands or feet. Massage is a fast and effective way to boost circulation, poor circulation can result in cold or numbness in hands or feet, as well as swelling or joint pain. The effect of the massage is to increase blood flow around the body to improve joint mobility and help to reduce swelling and pain.
Manicures and pedicures are incredibly relaxing. Aside from the blissful effects of the massage, this is also a great way to set aside time that is just for you. Plus, the impact of taking care of your nails, both in terms of aesthetics and contentment, can make you feel good long after you finish the appointment.
These are just some of the benefits of having regular manicures and pedicures – there is a lot more to the experience than just a great finish.
GUILD ACCREDITED THERAPY COURSES AND TRAINING IN DUNDEE
Pedicures are a fantastic way to get new clients into the salon. It is a treatment that is often given as a treat or is booked to make tired toes look respectable. Once a client has been made to look and feel better, they are much more inclined to repeat the process, and you will hopefully have gained a customer for life. The GTi Pedicure course teaches you how to complete a professional pedicure treatment and includes a practical training and assessment day.
Entry Requirements: GTi Professional Standards
Owner & massage therapist
Part time massage therapist
Once you have booked your training course and paid the enrolment and theory fee of £25, you will be able complete the theory modules for the course right away. Once you have completed the theory modules, a practical session code will be displayed on the final module which you can pass on to your chosen training school. When you have successfully completed your practical training, your tutor will pass you and a GTi Certificate will be available for you to download or purchase on your portal.
Don’t forget, you can obtain Guild insurance upon completion of your course with a massive discount of £25 if you upgrade within 3 months of enrolling!