|Massage Cupping (FIVA)

TRAINING PROGRAM

Massage Cupping Intensive Course

The use of moving suction cups according to the Active Cupping (FIVA)/ Massage Cupping™ technique achieves a synergy between massage and suction cups and optimises any type of massage by promoting, in particular, the deep drainage of connective tissue, fascia, lymph and other body fluids. Active Cupping (FIVA)/ Massage Cupping™ is particularly interesting for cellulite problems, chronic pain and scars. The use of suction cups on the face can even achieve a natural and lasting “facelift”. Take advantage of this opportunity, unique in France, to add a new, effective and versatile string to your personal therapeutic harp!

Duration: 8 half-days (28 hours)
Public: The course is open to all
Pre-requisites: no pre-requisites.
Objectives: At the end of this training, you will be able to:

  • Understand the usefulness of the different movements of Active Cupping and know how to practice them
  • Understand the applications and precautions for using Active Cupping
  • Apply an Active Cupping treatment with the movements and duration adapted to the needs expressed and identified.

Format and access / fees :

  • Normal individual rate (rate applicable without reimbursement): 590 € per participant
  • Continuing education rate (rate applicable within the framework of continuing education for employees, a training plan): contact us.

Access time: At least 48 hours after signing the training agreement.

Number of participants : To preserve the quality of small groups, 6 to 12 participants.

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CALENDAR 2023

Formulaire d’inscription

  • 4th to the 7th Februaury
  • 1st to the 4th April
  • 17th to the 20th June
  • 28th to the 31 October
  • 2nd to the 5 December

Jardin de Vies, 234 Chemin de Salgues, 83780 Flayosc

Some news from my cupping practice since level 2 in May 2018. More and more “clients”, delighted with the benefits.

For example:

– a client with cupping massage of the lower limbs for permanently swollen legs and big knees: after the 3rd session, she got up 4 times in the night to go to the toilet (which is not her habit, not even after the first 2 sessions, drinking just as much) and had lost 1 kg when she got up (she has weighed herself every morning for years). We continued up to 6 sessions. Her leg pain has largely subsided, she can see her thigh muscles which she could no longer see.

– A client with a cupping massage of the lower limbs for legs with circulatory problems (venous return + spots on the legs): much more comfort in terms of return circulation and the spots are much reduced.

– And currently a client who has tried everything to free tissues that have been deeply attached on the right side for years and who finally finds relief with the suction cups.

– Hélène, Paris

Training content

Presentation of the course and participants
Use of suction cups through the ages and civilizations
The main benefits of massage cupping treatments
The lymphatic system: video, questions and answers
Presentation of manual suction cups
Basic techniques with the manual set on the body videos, demonstrations et practice
Using manual cupping for the back and stomach
Maintaning the materials
Safety and precautions to apply
Questions and answers from day 1

Marketing and integration into your practice
Manual cupping practices for the care of the lower limbs
Face lifts and drainage: videos, demonstrations and practice
Questions and answers from day 2

The MC 600 machine used for active cupping treatments
Presentation
Maintenance
Tips and tricks
The basic movements: demonstrations and practice with the MC 600
Advanced movements: demonstrations and practice with the MC 600
Demonstrations of body care with the MC 600: Back, shoulders, neck, stomach
Specific care for scars
Lymphatic drainage pathways (revision)
The areas reserved for suction release (revision)
What the body tells us
Questions and answers day 3

Demonstrations of body care with the MC 600 :
Lower and upper limbs
Cellulite and circulatory problems
Face lifts and drainage with the MC-600 machine: demonstrations and pratice
Questions and answers from day 4
Final evaluation
Delivery of completion of training certificates
Satisfaction questionnaire
Session closure

TEACHING AIDS:

  • Training manual sent in PDF approximately 1 week before the start of the training
  • Video presentation projected in PowerPoint and video formats
  • Interactive use of a board or flip chart
  • Demonstrations of the use of the Massage Cups before the trainees’ practices.

EVALUATION AND EDUCATIONAL FOLLOW-UP :

  • Assessment of learning throughout the course by oral questions and role-playing
  • Evaluation of trainee satisfaction: on-the-spot assessment by round table discussion and written satisfaction questionnaire.
  • Free post-training support for 12 months (email, phone, etc)

TRAINING VALIDATION:
Non diploma course. Delivery of a certificate of completion at the end of the session.

JDV COMPENSATION MEASURES

JARDIN DE VIES can adapt its training courses according to the type of disability you have.

Mrs. GROSJEAN RASMUSSON Sylvie, PEDAGOGICAL RESPONSIBLE, is your referent for adaptation or reorientation solutions:

Tel : 04 94 67 64 68 | 06 31 67 02 02
Mail : sylvie@jardindevies.com

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Care for people with disabilities

TYPECompensation/adaptation possibilities
MOTOR IMPAIRMENT
Incapacity or reduced ability to: move, change position, pick up and manipulate an object, coordinate certain gestures, communicate (speak and write) in the case of cerebral palsy.
1) Training room for people with reduced mobility (individual training)
2) Adapted training time and pace, including necessary breaks
3) Hosting of an external resource if possible (example: AVS)
4)ational team
DISABILITY RESULTING FROM AN ILLNESS
Incapacity or reduced ability to :
> move around,
> endure physical effort,
> sustain a continuous effort without major slowing down (fatigability).
1) Adapted training time and pace, including necessary breaks
2) Hosting an external resource if possible
3) Appropriate training conditions:
– reducing the size of the group if necessary
– choice of a room and a suitable configuration if necessary
4) Raising awareness of the educational team
HEARING IMPAIRMENT
Incapacity or reduced capacity to :
> hear,
> speak and master the language,
> build relationships with the environment.
1) Adaptation of the teaching approach :
– adapted training time and pace
– appropriate posture, body language and diction of the trainer
-reformulation of common concepts
– adapted teaching content: written and visual materials (videos)
– delivery of the audio recording of the training
2) Quiet and appropriate training conditions:
– reduction in the size of the group
– suitable placement
– choice of a soundproof room with no external nuisance
3) Hosting an external resource if possible (ex : interpreter)
4) Raising awareness of the educational team
MENTAL AND INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY
Incapacity or reduced ability to :
> focus attention,
> acquire knowledge and skills,
> build relationships with the environment,
> communicate: produce and send messages; receive and understand them,
> empowerment and socialisation,
> find their way in space,
> appreciate the value of money.
> communicate (disordered language),
> maintain continuous stabilitý of thought, perception, behaviour, mood, consciousness and alertness
1) Adaptation of the teaching approach :
– adapted training time and pace
– appropriate posture, body language and diction of the trainer
-reformulation of common concepts
– adapted teaching content: written and visual materials (videos)
– delivery of the audio recording of the training
2) Quiet and appropriate training conditions:
– reduction in the size of the group
– suitable placement
– choice of a soundproof room with no external nuisance
3) Hosting an external resource if possible (ex : interpreter)
4) Raising awareness of the educational team
VISUAL IMPAIRMENT
Incapacity or reduced ability to :
> see,
> distinguish colours,
> lire et écrire,
> move around.
1) Adaptation of the teaching approach :
– remote modules with subtitles with Teams
– adapted trainer’s diction
2) Hosting an external resource if possible
3) Appropriate training conditions :
– choice of teaching materials with a focus on experience
choice of a suitable room and configuration with good lighting, quality projection equipment and proximity to the trainer)
– delivery of the audio recording of the training
4) Raising awareness of the educational team

 

JARDIN DE VIES Formations
234, Chemin de Salgues – 83780 FLAYOSC (France)
www.jardindevies.com

Contacts et informations :
info@jardindevies.com  |  Tel : +33 (0)494 67 64 68  |  +33 (0)631 67 02 02
SIRET : 877 570 713 RCS DRAGUIGNAN  |  Numéro de TVA INTRA COMMUNAUTAIRE : FR 37 877570713