Lovegrove Essentials Training Courses

We offer two types of training so please do get in touch to discuss which is right for you and your business.

  • One Day Course: an in-depth introduction to the Lovegrove Essentials range of organic and natural products.
  • Ideal for developing existing skills and adding new techniques.
  • An excellent refresher course for facial massage therapy, anatomy & physiology.
  • Up-to-date information on all aspects of sustainable organic & natural products, including information to support your retail sales.
  • Useful for individual therapists who would like to use the LE range for their own facials.
  • Special discounts on Professional and wholesale products make this course extremely cost-effective.
  • Certificate issued for 6 hours CPD.
  • Two Day Bespoke Training: a course for 4 or more students held at Saddle Street Farm, or at your own premises.
  • Permits your business to offer the Healing Touch Facial Therapy treatment, including use of the logo and branding, with links through from our social media to yours.
  • An excellent refresher course for facial massage therapy, anatomy & physiology.
  • Up-to-date information on all aspects of sustainable organic & natural products, with valuable information to support your retail sales.
  • Flexible delivery to minimise lost treatment time.
  • Includes high-quality retail sales training.
  • Special discounts on Professional and wholesale products make this course extremely cost-effective.
  • Certificated & Accredited with the FHT, 17 hours CPD.

One Day Course details:
This course is ideal for massage therapists who would like to improve their facial massage skills, learn more about choosing products for treatments, and recommend products to clients for self-care.

During this intensive day, we take an in-depth look at both the Lovegrove Essentials Retail and Professional ranges. We focus on developing your facial treatments and skills. Hannah gives a demonstration of some new techniques you can use in your treatments.

We discuss different products and treatments you might incorporate in your own treatment menu, and how to help your clients get the best skin care regime for their needs.

  • Learn more about natural and organic cosmetic ingredients and formulations, with opportunities to sample all the products.
  • Refresh your knowledge of anatomy and physiology.
  • Consider ways to improve your consultation, planning and preparation of the client for treatment.
  • Learn new massage techniques, incorporating Marma points, the energy centres in the face, neck and shoulders.
  • Learn how to recommend self-care products to address specific issues for your client.

For more information please complete the online application form below, or print, scan and email the pdf version.

Two Day Course in Healing Touch Facial Therapy.
This course is ideal for experienced face and body massage therapists and salons who would like to incorporate a range of high quality natural/organic products,

Kansa Wands
Ayurvedic Kansa Wands

and offer a new and innovative holistic facial treatment to their clients. This fully accredited course covers practical techniques and the theory behind the luxurious and totally unique Lovegrove Essentials Healing Touch Facial Therapy treatment. Successful completion awards 17 CPD points and allows the therapist to use the trademark name and logo for their treatments.

The combination of the Lovegrove Essentials Professional Range of products with freshly prepared herbal extracts and a unique method of positioning the body on the couch gives a deeply, holistically relaxing and rejuvenating treatment for the body and mind. It achieves this through the use of:

  • Restorative techniques for positioning and releasing the client’s body to promote release of the deeper muscles and tissues.
  • Simple and clever masks made fresh from herbal teas and highly anti-oxidant natural extracts to soothe and exfoliate the skin.
  • The stimulation of the Marma points during the facial massage.
  • Use of Kansa Wands to stimulate deep relaxation and lymph drainage.
  • The use of luxurious essential oils, carefully chosen for their balancing and soothing effects on the skin, the senses and the brain.

These elements are blended together to deliver a deep and powerful new treatment. The techniques are designed to maximise the opportunity to stimulate the lymph system and relieve stress from body and mind at a cellular level. After the treatment, clients report feeling deeply rested, quietly alert, centred and composed, with a more positive frame of mind.

Day One: An intensive day where you will learn all the elements needed to give and receive a treatment, including refreshing your core knowledge and developing new understanding, skills and techniques.
Day Two:  An informal quiz and practical assessment is followed by Hayley’s highly engaging retail sales training. One-to-one feedback is provided and you will then carry out 4 case studies with home study on any topic you find interesting. We have a call or meeting to discuss your progress, after which you’ll receive your certificate.

Dates:
23rd or 24th October 2019 at Saddle Street Farm (2 day course, 2 places available)
29th & 30th January 2020 at Saddle Street Farm (2 day course, 3 places available)

For more information please complete the online application form below, or print, scan and send the pdf.

Click HERE for a Booking Form.
Click HERE for a printable Booking Form.
Click HERE for the accommodation list.

Costs:
One Day Course – £100 per student (deposit £30).
Two Day Course (FHT Accredited) – £275 per student (deposit £50).
(All prices plus VAT.)

  • A deposit is required to reserve your place.
  • The balance is due 2 weeks before the start of the course.
  • Once we have your booking form, you will receive an invoice containing all the payment details and access to the course paperwork.
  • If you have to cancel, we will refund any payments less an administration fee, or you can transfer your payment onto another course.
  • The price covers all equipment and materials required for the course. Please bring lunch with you.

One Day Course Paperwork: click HERE.
Two Day Course Paperwork: click HERE.
A password is required which you will 
receive with your booking confirmation.

Booking Form for Training Courses

 

Click HERE for a list of accommodation close to Saddle Street Farm.

Costs:
One Day Course – £72 per student (deposit £30)
Two Day Course – £150 per student (deposit £50
Three Day FHT-Accredited Course – £288 per student (deposit £70)

  • Once we have your booking form, you will receive an invoice containing all the payment details and access to the course paperwork.
  • A non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your place.
  • The balance is due 2 weeks before the start of the course.
  • If you have to cancel, we will refund any payments less the deposit.
  • The price covers all equipment and materials required for the course, and refreshments. (Please bring lunch with you.)

One Day Course Paperwork: click HERE.
Two Day Course Paperwork: click HERE.

Massage Balms – FAQ

Lovegrove Essentials Massage Balms – the top five FAQ.

As massage and facial therapists, we all want our clients to have the best experience we can provide for them. In my treatment room, I use our award-winning aromatherapy massage balms, not only for their therapeutic benefits, but also to lift the quality of the experience for the client and add another dimension to their treatment.

Changing from your normal massage product can be a bit daunting, so we have compiled the most frequent questions we receive from massage therapists about the Lovegrove Essentials Massage Balms.

We’d love you to try them for yourself – send us an email for our current prices and special offers!

1. What are they made from?

The four ingredients are Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Rice Bran Wax and natural Vitamin E. As a combination, these natural ingredients are moisturising, easily absorbed and protect cell membranes from free radical damage. They keep the product solid at room temperature and turn to liquid on contact with the skin. Each one also has its own special function – you can find out more about them HERE. To these, we add essentials oils, so each blend has a specific effect. We also leave one free from essential oils. The ingredients are completely natural, vegan, COSMOS-approved and cruelty-free.

2. Are they more expensive than oils?

Basic massage oils are made from a variety of base oils, such as grape seed oil, sweet almond oil, and fractionated coconut oil (meaning it’s refined so that it stays liquid at room temperature), all of which are relatively inexpensive. Many cheaper blends also contain artificial ingredients, such as ‘parfum’. Using liquid oils for massage can be very wasteful – the oil is left on the skin, on towels and clothing, and bottles are prone to spillage – so it’s difficult to compare prices weight-for-weight. Lovegrove Essentials Massage Balms are similar in quality to Weleda, Aromatherapy Associates and Elemis products.

3. How many massages will I get from a 100g pot?

The Lovegrove Essentials Massage Balms use unfractionated coconut oil and rice bran wax to give a product melts easily in contact with the skin and provides just the right amount of resistance and slippage. So you will use exactly the same amount of massage balm per massage as you do with an oil. However, unlike oils, you will use every gram from each pot for your massages – no spills or waste.

4. Are all the blends safe for pregnancy?

Used under proper dilution, and on an as-needed basis (rather than every day), most essential oils should not cause any problems during a healthy pregnancy, however it is always best to err on the side of caution.
• The Olive Oil Massage Balm is completely safe for use as it contains no essential oils at all.
• During pregnancy, use essential oils sparingly for health support, such as calming anxiety (Spike Lavender), relieving nausea (Ginger), or supporting sleep (Marjoram).
• Essential oils of Rosemary and Clary Sage are generally to be avoided during pregnancy, but could be helpful once labour has started, and only if all is well. We would encourage you to consult your doctor or midwife and discontinue use of the “to be avoided” essential oils.
• If you are a massage therapist and expecting a baby, you will need to consider how often you are using any products containing essential oils. The more you use, the more you absorb, so don’t use essential oils every day during pregnancy.

5. Can I use them all over the body?

The Lovegrove Essentials Massage Balms have been designed for use all over the body, including the scalp and hair, with the exception of the facial skin. We have conducted trials with therapists who have used the balms very successfully for treatments such as reflexology, and as cuticle softeners during hand and foot treatments. For facial massage we recommend our lighter Healing Touch Serum, which contains Argan oil, also useful for the scalp and hair.