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Massage in school program
Instructor's Training

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What is Massage InSchool Program ( MISP ) Instructor's Training?

Your experienced MISP Trainer is Anne Crease, a Massage in Schools Association (MISA).

“Well balanced, good range of different activities – which we all appreciated. It was a really excellent course. Thank you so much.”

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MISP Instructor’s training courses are available live online from March 2021

Please request details, Role of the MISP Instructor; instructors are adults from education, health, and children’s organisations who care about children's physical, social, and emotional development.

Instructors introduce the peer massage routine directly to the children, supported by the class teacher or adult in charge. They can teach all staff how to use positive touch in the curriculum, using visualisation and kinaesthetic learning. The programme is fun for the children and staff!

All adults working with children require an enhanced DBS certificate (Disclosure and Barring Service) or equivalent.

Massage in Schools Association (MISA)

The Massage in Schools Association (MISA) supports Instructors with resources on the website. MISA is a member of the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

The two-day training includes:

  • History of the Massage in Schools Programme

  • Philosophy – mission statement and respect

  • Benefits of the Programme

  • MISP formal massage routine

  • Children’s temperaments and personalities

  • Nervous system

  • Hormones – oxytocin, adrenaline and cortisol 

  • Brain development

  • Children sensitive to touch

  • Hyperactivity / ADHD

  • Adapting the massage for children with special needs

  • Child development related to the MISP

  • Teaching skills

  • Review of the massage routine strokes

  • Massage and school subjects

  • Curriculum related positive touch activities

  • Marketing

  • Informing interested parties

  • Implementing massage in schools

  • Child protection

  • Observing the child

  • Studies and research

  • Professionalism and ethics

  • Presenting certificates

  • Support and MISA

Full attendance is required. The training is intensive, but great fun and participants enjoy the opportunity to work with others. Instructors receive a comprehensive manual to support the training, an Instructor’s Certificate, and the Massage in Schools Association (MISA).  There are plenty of opportunities to exchange information and ideas with others.

Please text 8806 0138 or email momnbabynet@gmail.com for more details.

What instructor says

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Foundation Stage Leader,

Croydon 2014

"Thank you very much for such a wonderful, engaging course.  I can't wait to start implementing all the ideas and techniques which we will be starting immediately."  

Nursery Teacher, Bristol, 2004 

 

"It gave me lots of ideas I hadn't thought about and also the confidence to try.

Head Teacher, Nursery, Bristol

"The way in which our individual setting's needs were considered was impressive."