Did you know that around 75% of pain clinic patients have a trigger point as the sole source of their pain.  A trigger point can be described as a small area of tightness within a muscle that creates a tight band, knot or tiny bumps in the contracted tissue which can result in referred pain.  Referred pain means that a trigger point in one muscle can create pain in another area. Often as a massage therapist we treat the area of pain, with short lived result. By understanding where the pain is stemming from, and how to effectively treat the trigger points we can offer our clients a more effective massage.

  • The demonstration will show you TRIGGER POINT MASSAGE techniques.
  • You will understand the principles and methods of treating trigger points.
  • You will be able to offer your clients a target driven treatment with long lasting results.
  • Great training for new massage therapists who may be nervous or lack the confidence. Even the most experienced massage therapist will gain from attending this training.

£150.00 – booking fee £30

Saturday 21st April 10.00am – 4.00pm



Berenice Pellicano

“I have worked as a beauty therapist for over 25 years in salons and spas, I have run my own salon both in London and in Spain, and I have also worked as a mobile therapist. Alongside this I have 20 years experience as a trainer and lecturer in Further Education, the private sector and for corporate brands including Lava Shells Massage, Crazy Angel (Spray Tanning), Spa Find Natural Mineral Skin Care and several nails brands including Zoya, Backscratchers and Faby, among others. I have been involved in developing new training courses for brands and corporate accounts as well as running training courses in the UK and overseas. I am also an external quality assessor for Open Awards.

I am combining all this experience and knowledge to offer accredited Beauty Training courses that is tailored to the needs of therapists, salons and spas. Training is run in small groups, in a realistic environment, following high standards while allowing for the therapist to development confident treatments skills.”