Post-natal or Postpartum treatments and services are immensely popular in Singapore and you’ll find a vast range of providers both in the treatment and training sector.
Offerings of post-natal massage training courses are basically Malay-Indonesian Jamu Massage or WSQ Provide Post-natal Massage Therapist trainings, which both have much in common.
WSQ, by the way, is the Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications system, a national credential system that trains, develops, assesses and certifies skills and competencies for the Singaporean workforce. Programs developed by the WSQ are based on skills and competencies recognized by employers, unions and professional bodies.
Both types of post-natal massage training courses teach candidates to perform a postnatal massage safely, bind the client’s belly effectively (traditional abdominal binding), help the client to detox, and encourage optimal blood circulation and lymphatic drainage.
Here below, we list the Post-natal Massage training providers we’ve found in Singapore.
Postnatal Massage Trainers
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