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admin
March 27, 2009, 9:03pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi samanthajane,
                       I bet some-one out there has a solution to that situation, I am looking into it, google came up with this http://www.therapy2000.com/products.php?special=displayoffers

this is a how to do indain head massage video,
 http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-do-an-indian-head-massage
I think a good chair is all you would really need to take with you and some expertise,
in many ways a mobile approach to indian head massage would probably work just as well in a clients home, although if they have 20 kids runing around it might be quite hectic, but the video also suggests some candles and soothing music to create a relaxed atmosphere

another video on a training course with demomstration
 http://www.gatewayworkshops.com/Courses.aspx?c=6b1a64b9-ca06-4f9b-a828-8e4cd6a3c7f2

definately sounds relaxing, looks quite lucrative, a nice little add on


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emma
March 28, 2009, 9:36pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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All i'm saying is if you have never mucked up or seen a mucked up cut or colour how are you expected to know what to do! When doing my level 3 i had no theory classes at all just had to get on with it as this is the way they done it there it was all down to experience and what i had learnt for the 5 years previous.

In regards to the question being in level 2 what i'm saying is the questions in level 3 are hard like that not explained in terms you understand and the amount of detail is unbelieveable i had to explain fully how i do 4 different cuts and how i do colour corrections!

i have been qualified for 8 years and would not like to go back and do it again.

I'm only trying to give you some advise that was passed to me alot of hairdressers drop out of level 3 coz they find it too hard without the experience.
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samanthajane
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I to understand what you are saying emma and thanks for your advice. The one advantage i'll have over you is that the course does have theory lessons. If i had to just get on with it as you did i think i would find it alot harder. I'll have theory from 9.15 to 3pm and then practical untill 8pm.

Thanks for those links admin they were very helpful.
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I have seen the portable basins, they look good, I have watched a vid on youtube of someone using one.  I dont have one but I have thought about it for the older clients comfort, it gets quite tricky when they want it doing with a jug over their kitchen sink.


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