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Complementary Therapies

Complementary Therapists treat the whole person through a range of skills such as reflexology, aromatherapy and body massage.

Complementary therapies take a holistic approach to your physical and mental health. This means that they consider all aspects of your physical and emotional wellbeing as a whole, rather than treating particular symptoms separately. These therapies not only enable you to pursue a career in the beauty industry but there are increasing opportunities for Complementary Therapists in healthcare settings where these therapies are used to support conventional treatments.

Aireville Campus
Study Location
1-2 Years
depending on Level
How your qualification is made up

Entry Requirements

  • English or maths GCSE grade 9-4

What you will study

  • Principles & Practices for Complementary Therapies
  • Business Practice
  • Knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology
  • Body Massage
  • Aromatherapy
  • Reflexology
  • Healthy Eating & Wellbeing

What's Next?

Further Study

  • Complementary Therapy BSc (Hons)


  • Complementary Therapist (Clinic)
  • Complementary Therapist (NHS)
  • Complementary Therapist (self-employed)
Select your preferred study programme (subject). You can make 2 choices now and make a final decision in June. We will give you a conditional offer based on your predicted/actual GCSEs.
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