Ku Nye (Tibetan) Head Massage Course

Ku Nye (Tibetan) Head Massage One Day Practitioner Diploma Course

Date: - Mobile Service ONLY within 10-12 mile radius local area - Mon - Sat - Outside area upto 1 hour radius £50 - Outside 1 hour - Sundays ONLY (to be priced accordingly)

Area: Essex, CO14

Cost: £190 + £50 travel - Private lesson available £200 + £50 travel - Model required

Phone: 07971 790770 / 07792 603287


Entry requirements: None, but A&P is recommended (we offer A&P home study courses)

We are a recognised and accredited College and training school by CMA, IICT & PBD. Our Diploma courses enable you to practice professionally and gain membership and insurance. Your will receive a Natural Therapy Studio Diploma - accredited with the CMA, IICT & PBD. You can also get insurance though Westminster Indemnity, BGI Insurance, Towergate & Balens

Tibetan Head Massage is an amazingly healing and relaxing treatment that draws on the ancient wisdom and philosophies of the Tibetan Ayurveda

Traditionally, warmed oils are used in the massage, and they are excellent for the hair and scalp, but this is optional.


The treatment involves breathing work, singing bowl and a seven-stage massage and acupressure of the scalp, face, throat, neck, shoulder, upper arms, hands and feet which the client receives fully clothed in a reclining position, either on a couch, reclining chair or on the floor. In a traditional Tibetan medical treatment massage is performed to re-balance the body’s energy in order to allow the body to heal itself.

It is based on Tibetan Ayurvedic principles and dates back over 5,000 years to the ancient Bon religion which pre-dates Buddhism. It is similar to Indian Ayurveda and Tibetans believe that individuals are composed of five elements - earth, wind, fire, ether and air and three humors (similar to the Indian doshas - vata, pitta and kapha) which are wind, bile and phlegm. Tibetans also believe the body is composed of five winds which are linked to five chakras. They claim wind is life sustaining and when the crown chakra is out of balance it has a knock-on effect on the other four causing imbalance in the body. Therefore the aim is to restore equilibrium and prevent ill health by slowing down the flow of wind.


What are the benefits?

The therapeutic effects of Tibetan Head Massage last long after the treatment is over. The short and longer term benefits are individual, varied and cumulative and can include many of the following:

  • Holistic - brings balance and harmony to the mind, body and soul and supports the body’s natural ability to heal itself
  • Ideal for shy or nervous clients - as it is not necessary for the client to undress
  • Relief from pain and stiffness in the muscles of the face, scalp, shoulders and upper arms
  • Increases circulation
  • Promotes feelings of inner peace and calm
  • Promotes  more restful sleep and helps alleviate sleeping disorders
  • Relieves headaches
  • Helps relieve stress
  • Relaxes facial and eye muscles
  • Improves hair and scalp condition
  • Promotes hair growth
  • Aids lymphatic drainage by eliminating toxins
  • Greater creativity, clarity of thought and concentration

Home study - 1 day Pre-course reading and questions are required to be completed before the training day. (emailed to you) This allows for an intensive one day practical study of the routine.

Course Benefits:

  • Fully Accredited Diploma level, enabling you to practice professionally. 
  • Courses are fully recognised and insurable.          
  • Home Study Pack - A detailed Course training workbook emailed to you before course, providing plenty of scope for both pre and post course study.
  • Practical demonstrations and teaching of the treatment broken down into easy to learn sections.
  • You will give and may receive a full treatment on the practical training day.
  • Small class sizes - maximum of 6
  • Experienced tutors who are passionate about what they do
  • A qualification in anatomy and physiology is not required*
  • Fun, friendly & informal
  • Included is your Diploma, comprehensive course notes, insurance details, Health & Safety and tea & coffee during the break (please bring your own lunch)
  • We provide the couches, chairs, cushions, towels and oils required.

Do I need to bring anything?

- The Training Manual
- Thin strap vest top or vest top (men)
- A packed lunch
- A bottle of water
- Jumper (after receiving treatment you may get cold)
- Socks of slippers for comfort
- Hair band for long hair
- Do not wear jewellery  
- X3 large towels to sufficiently cover your body for massage

Please read Terms & Conditions before making a booking