CIBTAC Stone Massage Therapy Diploma

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15 days / 105 Hours


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Aims of CIBTAC Stone Massage Therapy Diploma Course at Bali BISA
To enable the candidate to gain thorough knowledge and understanding in the subject of Stone Therapy Massage; with emphasis on the knowledge of the structure, use and benefits of the stones. So gaining an in depth diploma qualification.

Entry Level 
A recognized Anatomy & Physiology Diploma and a body massage qualification

Subjects to Be Studied :

  • Health and Hygiene Skin structure and function
  • Skin Diseases
  • Business Studies
  • Salon Procedures
  • Nutrition
  • History of Stone Therapy Massage
  • Philosophy of Complementary Therapies
  • An understanding of Ayurveda
  • Knowledge of Chakras and their involvement in the treatment
  • The structure, function and benefits of the stones
  • The use of the stones in massage treatments and massage movements
  • Pathology
  • Client Care and Consultation
  • Aftercare
  • Case Studies


THEORY: 30 minutes multiple choice paper.
PRACTICAL: 1 hr 30 mins.
CASE STUDIES:  on 4 clients totaling 16 treatments.

NOTE: If you do not hold a qualification mentioned in the Entry level. You must add E16 Anatomy & Physiology Diploma to this course. This can be done as an online course or you can study in school hours.
Adding E16 Anatomy & Physiology Days Fees
E36 Diploma in Stone Therapy $1,805
E16 Diploma Anatomy & Physiology $ 595
20 $2,400

E16 CIBTAC Anatomy & Physiology Diploma

Unit/Subjects to be Studied All units are mandatory and examinable. Assessment methodology used is MCQ theory examinations and practical examinations.

Generic Areas of Study

G 3 Skin Structure and Function
G 9 Introduction to Nutrition

Other Subjects:

  • Cell
  • Tissues
  • Digestive System
  • Skeletal System
  • Respiratory System
  • Muscular System
  • Excretory System
  • Urinary System
  • Vascular System
  • Endocrine System
  • Lymphatic System
  • Neurological System
  • Accessory Organs