Archives: Sündmused

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Classical Massage

E-course e-ope

Do you want to learn classical massage as an e-course only? We have created the opportunity for you to do so because the e-course in classical massage is designed so that you can learn classical massage without attending a face-to-face course.

75 €
EST

Functional Anatomy (only Estonian terminology!)

E-course e-ope

In the Functional Anatomy e-course, you will learn about hundred different skeletal muscles, knowing at the end of the e-course the names and locations of many different skeletal muscles in the human body. The e-course will also give you a basic knowledge of the origins and insertions of the skeletal muscles, which will help you to identify the functions of the skeletal muscles, i.e. the specialised movement terminology: flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, internal rotation, external rotation, supination, pronation, etc. Functional anatomy provides a thorough basis for understanding the functioning of the human body at the level of skeletal muscles, particularly in the level of skeletal muscles functions. For example, which skeletal muscles form lordosis, which skeletal muscles are responsible for the flat back, which skeletal muscles form the foot arches (longitudinal and transverse arches), and so on.

150 €
EST

Human Anatomy and Physiology

E-course e-ope

The Human Anatomy and Physiology e-course will give an overview of all the human organs or systems: digestive, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, urogenital: urinary and genital, endocrine, nervous and sensory systems. In addition to the knowledge acquired within the organs, the various links between other organs/systems are also explained. For example, how hormones produced by the adrenal gland affect the functioning of other organs, or how the lymphatic and circulatory systems are related. By the end of the e-course, you will have acquired the basic knowledge to better understand the functioning of the human body as a whole.

150 €
EST

Cupping massage

E-course e-ope

The Cupping Massage e-course is based on Western massage theory. This means that logical arguments explain which skeletal muscles are affected during a massage session when these skeletal muscles could be affected, which cup massage techniques could be used, what are the directions of the massage techniques, which exemptions should be taken into account, etc. For example, the e-course explains why certain massage techniques are performed with silicone cups in one direction, why certain massage techniques are not performed in another direction, etc.

55 €
EST

Estonian labour law

E-course e-ope

In the Labour Law e-course, you will acquire the knowledge you need to better understand the legal aspects of the employment relationship. At the end of the e-course, you will be able to draft an employment contract in a field of your choice, with oral or written feedback given by the course instructor.

150 €
ENG

Functional anatomy (in English terminology)

E-course e-ope

In the Functional Anatomy e-course, you will learn about 100 different skeletal muscles, knowing the names of many different skeletal muscles at the end of the e-course. You will also acquire a basic knowledge of the origins and insertions of the skeletal muscles, which will help you to determine the functions of the skeletal muscles, i.e. the specific anatomical terminology: flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, internal rotation, external rotation, etc. Functional anatomy provides the basis for understanding the functioning of the human body at the level of the skeletal muscles, in particularly the functions of the skeletal muscles.

150 €
EST

The Kinesiology

E-course e-ope

Kinesiology is defined as the study of movement. This definition may be general, as kinesiology combines anatomy, physiology, physics, and other disciplines. Kinesiology is the scientific study of human movement, aiming to understand how the human body moves and responds to physical activity. As kinesiology combines many different disciplines, it is not a good idea to study kinesiology until you have acquired sufficient basic knowledge. When you have acquired enough basic knowledge of the functioning of the human body and have successfully completed kinesiology, you have made a huge step forward in understanding the functioning of the human body in the context of movements.

100 €
ENG

Human anatomy and physiology

E-course e-ope

The Human Anatomy and Physiology e-course provides an overview of all the human organs or systems: digestive, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, urogenital: urinary and genital, endocrine, nervous and sensory. In addition to the knowledge acquired within the organs, the various links between other organs/systems are also explained. For example, how hormones produced by the adrenal gland affect the functioning of other organs, or how the lymphatic and circulatory systems are interconnected. By the end of the e-course, you will have a better understanding of the functioning of the human body as a whole.

150 €
EST

Situational massage

E-course e-ope

The Situational Massage e-course is based on Western massage theory. Its aim is to help the masseur find different approaches to different problems (e.g., joint problems). For example, if a person has pain in the right knee joint, the e-course will suggest different approaches to help the client relieve (reduce) the knee pain. The masseur will be able to put this knowledge into practice.

100 €
EST

Kinesio taping

E-course e-ope

The Kinesio Taping e-course is a combination of many different techniques of Kinesio taping. In the Kinesio Taping e-course, you will gain knowledge on how to apply kinesiology tape on a muscle basis correctly. The main aim of muscle-based techniques is to reduce the tension in the skeletal muscles, thereby positively affecting the joints and the body as a whole. When using muscle-based techniques, the kinesiology tape is applied without stretching it from skeletal muscle origin to the insertion, or vice versa, while stretching the client's skeletal muscles. In addition to muscle-based techniques, the e-course will also cover so-called 'continuation' techniques: the Kinesiology tape is usually applied to the human body with stretching tension to partially change the position of the joints (and also of the bones) to ensure better posture or joint stability, or to prevent injuries, etc. The difference between the various techniques is that muscle-based techniques primarily involve stretching skeletal muscles; the so-called 'continuation' techniques are more characterized by the opposite situation: the kinesiology tape ensures that the skeletal muscles are strengthened. However, these are not the only 'continuation' techniques, as lymphatic circulation, ligament, pain point, etc., will also be covered in the Kinesio Taping e-course.

75 €
EST

Myofascial lines

E-course e-ope

One of the leaders of myofascial lines has been T. Myers. The developed myofascial lines system consists of several skeletal muscles connected by fasciae. For example, the superficial back line comprises the skeletal muscles of the tibia, the posterior group of skeletal muscles of the thigh, the erector spinae, etc. There are more than ten myofascial lines; they can be classified in various ways. Understanding the myofascial lines requires a strong knowledge of the skeletal muscles to look at the human body from a different perspective and much more systematically.

75 €
EST

Thai massage

E-course e-ope

TAI massage could be classified as one of the most beneficial types of massage from the point of view of a person's health, as practically all skeletal muscles, joints, and other systems of the human body are affected during a massage session. The TAI massage is performed while the client is in different positions: prone, supine, side-lying, or sitting. The TAI massage is performed either on the floor on a special mat or a massage table. Using different positions during the massage session ensures that the TAI massage thoroughly affects the skeletal muscles, ligaments, joints, and other structures. Therefore, TAI massage can be considered one of the most beneficial types of massage that has developed over time in the massage field. TAI massage has also been referred to as TAI yoga massage, which indirectly specifies the benefits of this type of massage for the human body.

75 €
EST

Sports Massage e-course

E-course e-ope

The theory of the Sports Massage e-course should ensure that the e-course participant acquires sufficient basic knowledge to understand the specificities of different sports in the context of sports massage. For example, which skeletal muscles could be most affected in the shot put, which massage techniques could be preferred in these cases, what to avoid, etc. It is not quite like that a sports massage e-course teaches a certain number of massage techniques, after which you are told that you are now ready to massage any athlete. On the contrary, a Sports Massage e-course will give you knowledge of the differences between different sports and what approaches can or should be used. In addition to the previous, the e-course explains the general principles of the training system, for example, how training is periodised, how the training session is divided up, etc.

75 €
EST

Sauna and its effects on the body

E-course e-ope

A sauna is a place where the temperature is usually between 60 and 100 degrees. Taking a sauna is generally not expensive and is therefore accessible to many. Many people take a sauna at least once a week; some much more. Generally, saunas are suitable for most people because the temperature, humidity, etc., can be easily adjusted.

75 €
EST

Lymphatic System from the Perspective of the Masseur's Profession

E-course e-ope

In the e-course "The Lymphatic System from the Perspective of the Masseur's Profession," two topics are focused on: the lymphatic system and the masseur's profession. Massage can affect different systems of the human body, including the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system can be addressed in several ways (e.g., the immune system, swelling, etc.). The lymphatic system can also be affected by different types of massage; the question is to what extent massage affects the lymphatic system and what effect it has on the human body as a whole. Consequently, the e-course will detail the human lymphatic system and analyse the different parts of it from the view of the (lymphatic) massage. The analysis will be based not only on lymphatic massage but also on other types of massage.

75 €
EST

Massage and testing

E-course e-ope

The e-course on massage and testing is very useful for the practicing masseur. If you have the knowledge of how to identify tight skeletal muscles through testing, you can use this knowledge as a basis for a more structured and targeted massage. For example, if you do muscle testing to identify if a client has tight biceps femoris, you can focus on relaxing it with a massage. The same principle can be applied to the upper arm, back, and other skeletal muscles. The e-course will also review joint testing, as the data gathered from joint testing can also be used to systematize massage further.

75 €
EST

Massage and posture

E-course e-ope

We offer an e-course such as "Massage and the Posture," which is a very high practical value e-course. Why? If you have the knowledge of which skeletal muscles become weak when the posture changes and which ones become tight, then you can perform massage in a more structured and targeted way. For example, a person has a drop on one side of the pelvis; based on this, the e-course will give you an overview of how to assess the posture to identify the previous. It will also provide answers to which skeletal muscles could be released and which could be strengthened in the case of a specific posture change. Therefore, we believe the current e-course is of very high practical value as the knowledge gained can be implemented.

75 €
EST

Trigger points system

E-course e-ope

Trigger points are one of the most controversial yet exciting topics to address and analyze in massage and other fields. There are many different views on trigger points; therefore, it is reasonable to analyze these viewpoints in detail. Consequently, this e-course aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the trigger-points system in the context of skeletal muscle and its effects on the body as a whole. It also makes sense to view trigger points in parallel with the field of massage.

100 €
EST

Estonian tax law

E-course e-ope

The Estonian tax law e-course reviews both state and local taxes and the legislation and special provisions relating to them: income tax, social tax, land tax, gambling tax, VAT, customs duties, excise duties, heavy goods vehicle tax, business income tax, advertisement tax, road and street closure tax, motor vehicle tax, animal tax, entertainment tax, parking charge.

200 €