Neuromuscular Therapy Course

World class education and expertise in myofascial pain and injury.

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This programme provides graduates with sought after qualifications in both orthopaedic sports massage and neuromuscular therapy which allows them to offer treatment and intervention for chronic and acute soft tissue and muscular pain, injury and soft tissue dysfunction. An indication of the respect and recognition for graduates is the cover offered by major Health Insurers for their patients.

Fully Accredited

Highly Respected

Graduates of this programme are highly sought after experts in their field. This is recognised by major health insurers who offer cover for their customers.

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Overview

NTC is the founder of Neuromuscular Therapy and has been providing NMT courses in Ireland and abroad since the 1990’s.

Successful completion of this  course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to treat acute and chronic pain and injury so that you can offer safe, effective and appropriate treatment for soft tissue dysfunction and muscular pain.

Graduates may work on an individual basis within their own private practice or as part of a multi disciplinary team. Neuromuscular Therapists also work with teams to provide ongoing pre, inter and post event care.

Treatments offered by graduates who are based in the Republic of Ireland and who are members of the Association of Neuromuscular and Physical Therapists (anmpt.ie) to customers of Laya Healthcare and Irish Life Health are covered in line with the policies which they offer.

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Content

This unique educational programme provides certification in two separate but allied fields of bodywork therapy. Graduates will have multi-disciplinary skills for the treatment of pain and injury. Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is a comprehensive program of soft tissue manipulation that balances the body’s central nervous system with the musculoskeletal / myofascial system.

NMT is based on neurological laws that explain how the central nervous system initiates and maintains pain. The Neuromuscular Therapists’ goal is to relieve the pain and dysfunction by alleviating the underlying cause.

NMT emphasises the role of the brain, spine, nerves, trigger points and fascia in muscular pain. It uses advanced concepts to break the stress-tension-pain cycle. It aims to reduce muscle tonation and release compressed nerves so that circulation can increase and the body will return to normal neuromuscular integrity and balance.

The course is divided into two terms.  The first term will introduce you to anatomy and physiology where you will begin your journey and explore the human body as an anatomical structure. You will be introduced to fascia and biotensegrity – what it is and what it does. Term one will also include the foundation practical hands on skills where you will learn massage and a range of sports massage techniques so that you develop your palpation skills throughout the course.

The second term focuses on advanced anatomy and techniques with more emphasis on the myofascial kinetic chains and links whilst developing understanding of how everything in the body is connected. Clinical assessment, special orthopaedic and neurological testing, injury scenarios and differential diagnosis will also be further developed in the second term.

For more detailed content please see the ‘Syllabus‘ section.

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Fees

The standard cost of this programme is €3,850.00. There are discounts of up to €350.00 when fees are fully paid before the course start date.

Fees can be paid by means of a deposit of €950.00 followed by ten monthly installments of €290.00. If the deposit is paid at least one calendar month prior to the course start date, the monthly installments are reduced to €275.00 per month, a discount of €150.00.

A discount of €350.00 is available to individuals paying fees of €3,500.00 in full (either by means of a deposit plus a balance or a single payment) up to the course start date.

Places are available on a first come first served basis.

Examination and programme manual fees are included within the course fee.

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Eligibility

The Neuromuscular Therapy course is open to applicants who have a keen interest in qualifying to treat soft tissue and muscular pain and injury.

You must have an interest in working with people as you will be required to participate in the practical aspects of the course such as giving and receiving massage, sports massage and Neuromuscular Therapy treatments.

NMT students are competent therapists by the end of their studies due to the unique syllabus and education they receive at NTC.

Students are required to complete 100 recorded practise hours including 25 recorded case studies as part of their self directed learning. The case studies are based on 5 clients, with 5 treatments per client. This ensures that students experience real cases and real patients and is part of the rigorous accreditation requirements of the SMA.

As this is a primary programme of education the course is suitable for individuals with or without any prior qualification. The content is delivered to facilitate adult learners of mixed ability.

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Syllabus

This Neuromuscular Therapy course includes three separate qualifications:

The National Qualification in Massage Therapy and Event Massage (after successful assessment at the end of the first term)

The National Qualification in Orthopaedic Sports Massage (after final assessment)

The National Qualification in Neuromuscular Therapy (after final assessment)

The National Qualification in Neuromuscular Therapy course covers all relevant areas including:

  • Applied Anatomy, Physiology and Myology
  • Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st Century
  • Nutritional influences on Trigger Point Formation
  • Clinical practice and patient management
  • Clinical Assessment skills
  • Fascia – what is it and what it does.
  • Laws of European Neuromuscular Therapy
  • Orthopaedic Sports Massage Techniques
  • Event massage
  • Postural Assessment and Range of Motion testing
  • Etiology, formation and treatment of Myofascial Trigger Points
  • Injury Scenarios including differential diagnosis
  • Establishing a clinic and self promotion
  • Professional, ethical and legal requirements of operating a practice
  • Full Body Kinetic Chain assessment and special tests
  • Plan, apply and evaluate a sports massage treatment and soft tissue methods
  • Plan, apply and evaluate a Neuromuscular Therapy treatment
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Support

Study is supported through an online Learning Portal with documents and dozens of demonstration videos, a sample of which you can see here.

OVERVIEW

NTC is the founder of Neuromuscular Therapy and has been providing NMT courses in Ireland and abroad since the 1990’s.

Successful completion of this  course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to treat acute and chronic pain and injury so that you can offer safe, effective and appropriate treatment for soft tissue dysfunction and muscular pain.

Graduates may work on an individual basis within their own private practice or as part of a multi disciplinary team. Neuromuscular Therapists also work with teams to provide ongoing pre, inter and post event care.

Treatments offered by graduates who are based in the Republic of Ireland and who are members of the Association of Neuromuscular and Physical Therapists (anmpt.ie) to customers of Laya Healthcare and Irish Life Health are covered in line with the policies which they offer.

CONTENT

This unique educational programme provides certification in two separate but allied fields of bodywork therapy. Graduates will have multi-disciplinary skills for the treatment of pain and injury. Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is a comprehensive program of soft tissue manipulation that balances the body’s central nervous system with the musculoskeletal / myofascial system.

NMT is based on neurological laws that explain how the central nervous system initiates and maintains pain. The Neuromuscular Therapists’ goal is to relieve the pain and dysfunction by alleviating the underlying cause.

NMT emphasises the role of the brain, spine, nerves, trigger points and fascia in muscular pain. It uses advanced concepts to break the stress-tension-pain cycle. It aims to reduce muscle tonation and release compressed nerves so that circulation can increase and the body will return to normal neuromuscular integrity and balance.

The course is divided into two terms.  The first term will introduce you to anatomy and physiology where you will begin your journey and explore the human body as an anatomical structure. You will be introduced to fascia and biotensegrity – what it is and what it does. Term one will also include the foundation practical hands on skills where you will learn massage and a range of sports massage techniques so that you develop your palpation skills throughout the course.

The second term focuses on advanced anatomy and techniques with more emphasis on the myofascial kinetic chains and links whilst developing understanding of how everything in the body is connected. Clinical assessment, special orthopaedic and neurological testing, injury scenarios and differential diagnosis will also be further developed in the second term.

For more detailed content please see the ‘Syllabus‘ section.

FEES

The standard cost of this programme is €3,850.00. There are discounts of up to €350.00 when fees are fully paid before the course start date.

Fees can be paid by means of a deposit of €950.00 followed by ten monthly installments of €290.00. If the deposit is paid at least one calendar month prior to the course start date, the monthly installments are reduced to €275.00 per month, a discount of €150.00.

A discount of €350.00 is available to individuals paying fees of €3,500.00 in full (either by means of a deposit plus a balance or a single payment) up to the course start date.

Places are available on a first come first served basis.

Examination and programme manual fees are included within the course fee.

ELIGIBILITY

The Neuromuscular Therapy course is open to applicants who have a keen interest in qualifying to treat soft tissue and muscular pain and injury.

You must have an interest in working with people as you will be required to participate in the practical aspects of the course such as giving and receiving massage, sports massage and Neuromuscular Therapy treatments.

NMT students are competent therapists by the end of their studies due to the unique syllabus and education they receive at NTC.

Students are required to complete 100 recorded practise hours including 25 recorded case studies as part of their self directed learning. The case studies are based on 5 clients, with 5 treatments per client. This ensures that students experience real cases and real patients and is part of the rigorous accreditation requirements of the SMA.

As this is a primary programme of education the course is suitable for individuals with or without any prior qualification. The content is delivered to facilitate adult learners of mixed ability.

SYLLABUS

This Neuromuscular Therapy course includes three separate qualifications:

The National Qualification in Massage Therapy and Event Massage (after successful assessment at the end of the first term)

The National Qualification in Orthopaedic Sports Massage (after final assessment)

The National Qualification in Neuromuscular Therapy (after final assessment)

The National Qualification in Neuromuscular Therapy course covers all relevant areas including:

  • Applied Anatomy, Physiology and Myology
  • Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st Century
  • Nutritional influences on Trigger Point Formation
  • Clinical practice and patient management
  • Clinical Assessment skills
  • Fascia – what is it and what it does.
  • Laws of European Neuromuscular Therapy
  • Orthopaedic Sports Massage Techniques
  • Event massage
  • Postural Assessment and Range of Motion testing
  • Etiology, formation and treatment of Myofascial Trigger Points
  • Injury Scenarios including differential diagnosis
  • Establishing a clinic and self promotion
  • Professional, ethical and legal requirements of operating a practice
  • Full Body Kinetic Chain assessment and special tests
  • Plan, apply and evaluate a sports massage treatment and soft tissue methods
  • Plan, apply and evaluate a Neuromuscular Therapy treatment

SUPPORT

Study is supported through an online Learning Portal with documents and dozens of demonstration videos, a sample of which you can see here.

National Training Centre Dublin

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Mardyke Arena, UCC

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Schedule and Locations

One evening per week or one weekend per month in Dublin and one weekend per month in Cork, Galway, and Waterford. Course duration is 15 months.

2020
September 19th, 20th
October 17th, 18th
November 21st, 22nd
December 12th, 13th

2021
January 16th, 17th
February 6th, 7th
March 6th, 7th
April 10th, 11th
May 8th, 9th
June 12th, 13th
July 10th, 11th
August 7th, 8th
September 4th, 5th
October 2nd, 3rd
November 6th, 7th

2020
September 26th, 27th
October 24th, 25th
November 14th, 15th
December 5th, 6th

2021
January 9th, 10th
February 13th, 14th
March 13th, 14th
April 17th, 18th
May 15th, 16th
June 12th, 13th
July 10th, 11th
August 7th, 8th
September 11th, 12th
October 9th, 10th
November 13th, 14th

2020
May 9th, 10th
June 6th, 7th
July 4th, 5th
August 8th, 9th
September 5th, 6th
October 3rd, 4th, 31st
November 1st, 28th, 29th

2021
January 9th & 10th
February 13th & 14th
March 13th & 14th
April 10th & 11th
May 8th & 9th
June 12th & 13th
July 3rd & 4th

2020
April 22nd, 29th
May 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
June 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th
July 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th
August 19th, 26th
September 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th
October 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
November 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th
December 2nd, 9th, 16th

2021
January 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
February 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th
March 3rd, 10th, 24th, 31st
April 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
May 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th
June 2nd, 9th, 16th
FINAL EXAM WEEKEND June 26th & 27th

2020
January 25th, 26th
February 22nd, 23rd
March 21st, 22nd
April 25th, 26th
May 23rd, 24th
June 20th, 21st
July   18th, 19th
August 22nd, 23rd
September   19th, 20th
October 17th, 18th
November 14th, 15th
December  12th, 13th

2021
January 9th, 10th
February 6th, 7th
March 6th, 7th

CourseDurationStart DateTimesVenueAccreditationAvailabilityBOOKING
WATERFORD

Weekend Course

15 Months

January 25th 2020

Saturday & Sunday
9am to 5pm

Marine Rescue
Waterford

Good Availability

WATERFORDWeekend Course
DUBLIN

Evening Course

15 Months

April 22nd 2020

Wednesday
7pm to 10pm

NTC
Dublin

Good Availability

DUBLINEvening Course
DUBLIN

Weekend Course

15 Months

May 9th 2020

Saturday & Sunday
9am to 5pm

NTC
Dublin

Good Availability

DUBLINWeekend Course
CORK

Weekend Course

15 Months

September 19th 2020

Saturday
9:30am to 5:30pm
Sunday
10am to 6pm

Mardyke Arena
Cork

Good Availability

CORKWeekend Course
GALWAY

Weekend Course

15 Months

September 26th 2020

Saturday & Sunday
9am to 5pm

Maldron Hotel
Galway

Good Availability

GALWAYWeekend Course

Our Neuromuscular Therapy Team

Only fully qualified tutors deliver the National Qualification in Neuromuscular Therapy which is directed by internationally renowned pain and injury expert, John Sharkey, MSc.

John Sharkey, MSc.

John Sharkey is an international educator, author and authority in the areas of Clinical Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, human movement and the manual treatment of chronic pain using European Neuromuscular Therapy. John is a graduate of the University of Dundee, University of Liverpool and University of Chester. He completed undergraduate and post-graduate studies in the areas of Exercise Physiology, Clinical Anatomy and holds a post-graduate certificate in education. He is currently a senior lecturer within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Life Sciences, University of Chester/NTC, Dublin and is the programme leader of the Biotensegrity focused Thiel soft fix cadaver dissection courses department of anatomy and human identification, Dundee University, Scotland.

John has been delivering human anatomy dissection courses for many years teaching the geometry of anatomy and movement from the unique Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st Century perspective. His presentations are respectful, dynamic, entertaining, educational and insightful.

John promotes his model of “Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st century” integrating the pioneering work of his mentor Dr. Stephen Levin MD. John has been teaching European Neuromuscular Therapy using living anatomy and specialising in chronic pain conditions. He is recognised as one of the worlds leading authorities on fascia and Biotensegrity. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (JBMT), International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine and other professional journals.

Michelle O’Melia, MSc

Michelle has been delivering educational excellence at the National Training Centre since 2000. She is passionate about all aspects of fitness and health and holds a Masters Degree in Exercise and Nutrition Science from the University of Chester.

Michelle teaches exercise to music, anatomy and physiology, fitness assessment and exercise physiology on our primary health fitness programmes and also delivers suspension training and indoor cycling.

Larry Geraghty

Larry, who like all NTC tutors holds the National University of Ireland’s Diploma in Training and Continuing Education teaches primarily resistance training on our fitness programmes and also heads up the strength and conditioning course.

Larry is also a tutor on the National Qualification in Neuromuscular Physical therapy and runs his own successful private practice for the treatment of pain, injury and dysfunction.

Kevin Prunty, MSc.

Kevin is a practicing Neuromuscular Therapist (NMT) and member of the Association of Neuromuscular and Physical Therapists.

As a result of many years of study and industry experience Kevin has a unique understanding of the integration of NMT in the broader field of health fitness and athletic performance. He was the resident club therapist for Monaghan United F.C. for 6 years and has also worked with both Monaghan and Cavan GAA at club and county level offering sports first aid, pain & injury prevention strategies and event massage. He started his career administering emergency first aid volunteering with the Monaghan Civil Defence from an early age at various events around the country and opened Back in Action, a pain & injury clinic in 2005.

As a key member of National Training Centre’s educational committee and as course leader of the Higher Diploma in Neuromuscular Therapy (HDipNMT), Kevin has been instrumental in the development and delivery of NMT and is currently completing his MSc in Neuromuscular Therapy. He has completed fresh frozen cadaver dissections in the Department of Anatomy, Kings College London and is part of a team of international lecturers who have brought advanced qualifications in NMT to a groups of physiotherapists, osteopaths and other health care providers in Warsaw, Poland and King’s College London .

Kevin also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications in Creative multimedia and has been instrumental in implementing a streaming video resource for HDipNMT students which is currently being expanded across a range of courses offered by the National Training Centre. These videos from world authorities were filmed during actual classes on and in a specialised studio in National Training Centre.

Cristopher Alejandro, MSc.MISCP

Cristopher orignally hails from the Phillipines and is a qualified Physiotherapist. Cris teaches on many of the NTC’s bodywork educational programmes and his area of speciality is in myofascial triggerpoint dry needling.

Rebecca Brewer

Rebecca started in the health and leisure industry in 2009 as a Lifeguard, Swimming Instructor, Personal Trainer and Exercise to Music Instructor. Rebecca represented Ireland on the Irish Elite Boxing Squad and is an International Scuba Diving Instructor. She managed a successful spa and leisure centre for Disney Cruiseline.

She has studied in Maynooth University and Neuromuscular Physical Therapy in the National Training Centre where she completed the Higher Diploma in 2014. She has since gone on to complete several Human Anatomy Dissection courses in Kings College London and University of Dundee with fresh frozen, formaldehyde and Theil methods of cadaver preservation. She has dissected with world renown anatomists, surgeons and experts such as Dr. Jean Claude Guimberteau, Dr. Antonio Stecco, Dr. Niall Galloway, Dr. Abduelmenem Alashkham, Graham Scarr, Leonid Blyum, Joanne Avison and John Sharkey MSc.

Rebecca runs her own busy and successful private clinic in Co. Kildare where she performs Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Needling, Swimming Lessons and Personal Training.

David Anderson, MSC

David is a Neuromuscular Therapist and a Manipulative Therapist with over 20 years teaching and clinical experience. He is a graduate of the NTC and University of Chester and is currently a PhD candidate at Ulster University. His doctoral research concerns the rehabilitation of patellar tendinopathy. David is a Sports Therapy lecturer at University College Birmingham and he is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Ray Morley

Ray teaches on our Neuromuscular Therapy, First Aid and Sports Taping & Strapping programmes.

Bobby Fitzsimons, MSc

Bobby has been teaching at the National Training Centre since 1999 and tutors a range of fitness and bodywork modules within the NTC. He holds a Masters Degree in Neuromuscular Therapy and is shortly embarking on his PhD with the University of Chester.

Teddy Nyhan

Lorraine Whelan

John Sharkey, MSc.

John Sharkey is an international educator, author and authority in the areas of Clinical Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, human movement and the manual treatment of chronic pain using European Neuromuscular Therapy. John is a graduate of the University of Dundee, University of Liverpool and University of Chester. He completed undergraduate and post-graduate studies in the areas of Exercise Physiology, Clinical Anatomy and holds a post-graduate certificate in education. He is currently a senior lecturer within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Life Sciences, University of Chester/NTC, Dublin and is the programme leader of the Biotensegrity focused Thiel soft fix cadaver dissection courses department of anatomy and human identification, Dundee University, Scotland.

John has been delivering human anatomy dissection courses for many years teaching the geometry of anatomy and movement from the unique Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st Century perspective. His presentations are respectful, dynamic, entertaining, educational and insightful.

John promotes his model of “Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st century” integrating the pioneering work of his mentor Dr. Stephen Levin MD. John has been teaching European Neuromuscular Therapy using living anatomy and specialising in chronic pain conditions. He is recognised as one of the worlds leading authorities on fascia and Biotensegrity. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (JBMT), International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine and other professional journals.

Michelle O’Melia, MSc

Michelle has been delivering educational excellence at the National Training Centre since 2000. She is passionate about all aspects of fitness and health and holds a Masters Degree in Exercise and Nutrition Science from the University of Chester.

Michelle teaches exercise to music, anatomy and physiology, fitness assessment and exercise physiology on our primary health fitness programmes and also delivers suspension training and indoor cycling.

Larry Geraghty

Larry, who like all NTC tutors holds the National University of Ireland’s Diploma in Training and Continuing Education teaches primarily resistance training on our fitness programmes and also heads up the strength and conditioning course.

Larry is also a tutor on the National Qualification in Neuromuscular Physical therapy and runs his own successful private practice for the treatment of pain, injury and dysfunction.

Kevin Prunty, MSc.

Kevin is a practicing Neuromuscular Therapist (NMT) and member of the Association of Neuromuscular and Physical Therapists.

As a result of many years of study and industry experience Kevin has a unique understanding of the integration of NMT in the broader field of health fitness and athletic performance. He was the resident club therapist for Monaghan United F.C. for 6 years and has also worked with both Monaghan and Cavan GAA at club and county level offering sports first aid, pain & injury prevention strategies and event massage. He started his career administering emergency first aid volunteering with the Monaghan Civil Defence from an early age at various events around the country and opened Back in Action, a pain & injury clinic in 2005.

As a key member of National Training Centre’s educational committee and as course leader of the Higher Diploma in Neuromuscular Therapy (HDipNMT), Kevin has been instrumental in the development and delivery of NMT and is currently completing his MSc in Neuromuscular Therapy. He has completed fresh frozen cadaver dissections in the Department of Anatomy, Kings College London and is part of a team of international lecturers who have brought advanced qualifications in NMT to a groups of physiotherapists, osteopaths and other health care providers in Warsaw, Poland and King’s College London .

Kevin also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications in Creative multimedia and has been instrumental in implementing a streaming video resource for HDipNMT students which is currently being expanded across a range of courses offered by the National Training Centre. These videos from world authorities were filmed during actual classes on and in a specialised studio in National Training Centre.

Cristopher Alejandro, MSc.MISCP

Cristopher orignally hails from the Phillipines and is a qualified Physiotherapist. Cris teaches on many of the NTC’s bodywork educational programmes and his area of speciality is in myofascial triggerpoint dry needling.

Rebecca Brewer

Rebecca started in the health and leisure industry in 2009 as a Lifeguard, Swimming Instructor, Personal Trainer and Exercise to Music Instructor. Rebecca represented Ireland on the Irish Elite Boxing Squad and is an International Scuba Diving Instructor. She managed a successful spa and leisure centre for Disney Cruiseline.

She has studied in Maynooth University and Neuromuscular Physical Therapy in the National Training Centre where she completed the Higher Diploma in 2014. She has since gone on to complete several Human Anatomy Dissection courses in Kings College London and University of Dundee with fresh frozen, formaldehyde and Theil methods of cadaver preservation. She has dissected with world renown anatomists, surgeons and experts such as Dr. Jean Claude Guimberteau, Dr. Antonio Stecco, Dr. Niall Galloway, Dr. Abduelmenem Alashkham, Graham Scarr, Leonid Blyum, Joanne Avison and John Sharkey MSc.

Rebecca runs her own busy and successful private clinic in Co. Kildare where she performs Neuromuscular Therapy, Trigger Point Needling, Swimming Lessons and Personal Training.

David Anderson, MSC

David is a Neuromuscular Therapist and a Manipulative Therapist with over 20 years teaching and clinical experience. He is a graduate of the NTC and University of Chester and is currently a PhD candidate at Ulster University. His doctoral research concerns the rehabilitation of patellar tendinopathy. David is a Sports Therapy lecturer at University College Birmingham and he is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Ray Morley

Ray teaches on our Neuromuscular Therapy, First Aid and Sports Taping & Strapping programmes.

Bobby Fitzsimons, MSc

Bobby has been teaching at the National Training Centre since 1999 and tutors a range of fitness and bodywork modules within the NTC. He holds a Masters Degree in Neuromuscular Therapy and is shortly embarking on his PhD with the University of Chester.

Teddy Nyhan

Lorraine Whelan

Frequently Asked Questions

The answers to the most commonly asked questions from prospective students

Reviews

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