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Acupressure Diploma Course Acupressure Qualification

Correspondence Courses

1. CMA Recognised & Registered Open College Diploma Course

2. SFTR Accredited Open College Diploma Course

3. SHTC Accreditation Upon successful completion of this course you will be entitled to apply for Accreditation & Membership with the SHTC. Click Logo for details.

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This course is a brand new Edition. Fully Updated and Current 2014 Version.

Acupressure - The 'No-Needles' Way!

Acupressure and Acupuncture are a well known form of natural healing, based on a three thousand year-old Japanese and Chinese method.

This course teaches many aspects of Acupressure and the correct application using the latest methods which do not require the use of needles in any form.

In this course you will learn a unique system of 'fingertip - hands on medicine' which specifically stimulates the body's own natural (energy) healing processes, increases your vitality, relieves aches and pains and helps to reduce the possibility of future sicknesses or disorders from occurring. Acupressure is an alternative and complementary way of treating many emotional and physical disorders. This course is ideal if you want to learn more about acupressure. This course also covers the basics of reflexology.

This course is ideal for complete beginners and those who already have therapeutic experience/background in other related therapy fields etc. Many students that have enroled onto this course have been Social workers, Drug workers, Nurses, Carers, Mental Health Workers, Lawyers, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Psychiatrists, Doctors, GPs, Solicitors, Shop Workers, Labourers, Office Workers, Police, Factory Staff, Colleges, Institutes, unemployed and many other multidisciplinary therapists and non therapists, (much to mention) have taken this distance learning, homestudy course in acupressure studies.


  • The History of acupuncture

  • Includes reflexology

  • Acupuncture points

  • Relaxation techniques

  • Meridians

  • Related therapies

  • Fingertip medicine

  • Ear points

  • Methods of stimulation

  • Trigger points

  • Auriculotherapy

  • Treatment Formulations and so much more

    Once completed you are entitled to use the letters Dip.acup and MOC MSFTR after your name. Please see below.

    Course duration - Average 3 up to 6 months home study. You have up to 6 months to complete your course work study pack. Can be completed anytime within your 6 months valid period.

    Course Delivery Despatch Times:

    Free Postage & Packing

    Your course pack will be despatched upon payment clearance the next working day using 'Secure Courier' Special Next Day Delivery' and will require a signature at your doorstep. Your course pack can also be despatched (upon request) to your place of work, friend or family address.


  • In-depth and very easy to follow text book on Acupressure and it's correct application. Also covers the basics of reflexology.

  • Test papers - presentation clamp folder

  • Detailed instructional study guide

  • Study time log of your hours undertaken for records/proof of study course hours undertaken

  • Free deep relaxation CD

  • A4 size membership wall display certificate into the college. Allowing you the use of MOC after your name

  • 2nd A4 size membership wall display certificate into the SFTR. Allowing you the use of MSFTR after your name

  • 3rd A4 size wall display Diploma certificate upon completion allowing you the use of Dip.acup after your name.

    This course is a correspondence/theory based home study course.

    Students who have enroled onto this course have also found these Courses are an excellent accompaniment.
    Shiatsu Course, Reflexology Foot Massage Courses

    Enrolment & other payment Instructions located here.

    Telephone Number: 0121 680 0141 / 24hrs Answer

    Your course material and welcome pack will be sent to you (recorded delivery) in a matter of days.





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