Cibtac Diploma in Anatomy & Physiology Massage Course
The study of structure of body and their parts is known as anatomy. It covers many important aspects of biology such as: endocrine system, nervous system, circulatory system, skeletal system, digestive system, cells and tissues etc.
Massage therapists should have comprehensive understanding of anatomy as it is important to know the muscular system as well as for the better understanding of anatomy and physiology massage effects on body. Awareness of insertions or origins of muscles to skeleton makes it possible for the massage therapist to treat their client properly. Many clients come to the anatomy and physiology massage therapist for the pain they know nothing about, so it is very necessary for the therapist to have knowledge of anatomy and physiology CIBTAC certification therapy massage courses. If a therapist has knowledge of anatomy then he/she can customise the anatomy and physiology massage to specific needs and work on all areas related to their specific problem.
The study of molecules, cells and organs interact to form a whole being is known as physiology. Its study is essential to the development of new treatments for diseases. The word “Physiology” is derived from ancient Greek word ‘physic’ meaning ‘origin or nature’. It is the study of function in living systems. The study of Physiology is important to the practice of massage because it reveals the micro cosmos that exist within the human body and how to use anatomy and physiology Massage Therapy to heal the body.
A Massage Therapist can’t assist in restoration of the energetic balance of someone if he or she isn’t aware of his/her own connection & imbalances to the things in & around them. The Understanding of the occurrences of imbalances with-in the physiology enables a anatomy and physiology massage therapist to make the holistic connect needed to restore balance & harmony to their clients and the environment where they live through their increased awareness.
CIBTAC Massage Course Learning Outcome
To enable a candidate to achieve knowledge of the Anatomy & Physiology of the human body.
Why Study body parts, the function of body parts and how they relate to one another? How can a Massage therapist benefit from learning Anatomy and Physiology studies and taking our anatomy and physiology massage therapy massage courses (CIBTAC certification)?
Well, first and foremost, this knowledge learnt from our CIBTAC certified massage courses will allow you to discuss intelligently with your client. You will be able to boast medical terms such as clavicle, sternum, nervous system and muscle groups, as well as how they work and function together in your body. Secondly, massage is about wellness. The study of Anatomy and Physiology in our CIBTAC certified massage course will help you to perform treatments with an awareness to the body, and how it can stimulate further wellness so that the body can heal itself.
The wellness industry, despite not being the medical field, will help you learn important knowledge about massage, anatomy and physiology, that can raise the perception of the client towards you as a professional massage therapist. Clients will see you as a health care professional who knows medical terms and feel more comfortable to be treated by you in a relaxing anatomy and physiology massage.
Upon completion, you should be able to name and locate various organs and system in the body and understand how these structure interrelate and work as a whole in our body and anatomy.
This is a very important pre-requisite qualification in CIBTAC needed to study a range of beauty and body, as well as anatomy and physiology massage therapies.
To achieve a CIBTAC qualification in massage that is recognised internationally and enable our graduate to gain a respectable job as a Body Massage Therapist, you will need to be familiar with the anatomy & physiology of the human body.
- The Cell
- The Circulatory (Vascular) System
- The Digestive Systems
- The Skeletal System
- The Respiratory System
- The Muscular System
- The Urinary System
- The Endocrine System
- The Lymphatic System
- The Skin
- The Reproductive System
- The Nervous System
Entry Level secondary or equivalent and must pass all required examinations.
Keen to sign up for our Cibtac Diploma in Anatomy & Physiology course?
ENGLISH Class in 2019
English Class: CIBTAC BM + A&P — 12 Feb to 8 Apr 2020 — Wednesday — (10am to 6pm)
CHINESE Class in 2019
Chinese Class: CIBTAC BM + A&P — 11 Feb to 7 Apr 2020 — Tuesday — (10am to 6pm)
INFO to note
Face-to-face/ fully classroom based
Anatomy and Physiology Diploma examination is the pre-requisite qualification in order to obtain the Cibtac Diploma in Body Massage
Language Ability Understands and reads either English or Mandarin
Language English and Mandarin (separate classes)
What Do I need for the class All learning materials are provided.
Exam 45mins Theory MCQ Theory Paper
Fee $775.00 all inclusive
Part Time 2 Possibilities (either Once a week Day Class OR 3x a week Night Class )
2.5 months, Weekly Day Class (Tue in Mandarin,Wed in English)
3 months, Night Class (3x per week, 7-10pm, – complete in 3 months)
Cibtac Diploma in Antomy & Physiology
Night classes to be advised, please contact us at 6533 0108 for our anatomy and physiology massage course changes.
– face to face/ fully classroom based
– Anatomy and Physiology Diploma examination is the pre-requisite qualification in order to obtain the Cibtac Diploma in Body Massage