Lake District School of Massage provides a selection of massage training experiences at Brathay Hall, a beautiful historic building located next to Lake Windermere in Ambleside. If you are looking for a healing activity, and to learn something new, then taking a massage workshop is an ideal way to enrich your visit to the Lakes.
During a workshop you get to learn deep tissue massage in a simplified style. Find out how to ease away tension from knotty areas to deliver a healing, stress relieving treatment, and in the process get to experience the massage yourself.
The Back Massage Workshop is a half day experience where you get to learn a deep tissue back massage routine. Feel confident mastering soothing and effective techniques, and enjoy having the massage carried out on you too. Ideal for couples, individuals and beginners.
Or if you wish to start a career in the healing arts the school offers accredited level 3 courses to start or boost your career.
All of Lake District School of Massage workshops and course attendees have access to a reduced room rate at Brathay Hall. Choose from a range of luxury and standard accommodation with impressive views. As well as an event venue and staycation site, Brathay Hall is the base of Brathay Trust, a charitable organisation whose profits contribute to community projects which improve the lives of young people and families.
Lake District School of Massage looks forward to welcoming you onto a massage workshop or course in a stunning lakeside location!
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|Workshops and courses take place at set dates throughout the year, as outlined on the course information on the website. (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2023)|
From the North Exit the M6 at J40 and follow the A66 for twelve miles towards Keswick. Turn left at the B5322, signposted to Windermere, and follow for several miles to the T junction. Turn left on to the A591 towards Ambleside. Drive through Ambleside and follow the one-way system signs for Coniston. This brings you over the Rothay bridge on the A593 and into Clappersgate. Turn left on the B5286, signposted Hawkshead, which brings you over Brathay bridge. The main entrance to Brathay is about 100 yards further along on your left. Follow the drive up to the Hall.
From the South Exit the M6 at J36 and take the A590 around Kendal. At the first roundabout take the second exit, towards Windermere, and continue on the A591 to Ambleside. At the traffic lights, fork left, keeping to the lake shore. Follow signs for Coniston, turning left and left again over Rothay bridge on the A593 and into Clappersgate. Turn left on the B5286, signposted Hawkshead, which brings you over Brathay bridge. The main entrance to Brathay is about 100 yards further along on your left. Follow the drive up to the Hall.
By public transport: Oxenholme station is on the Virgin West Coast main line between London Euston and Glasgow, most trains stop here. Trains connect with a branch line to Windermere. There are also taxis at Oxenholme (approx. 15 miles to Brathay). Branch line trains run between Manchester Airport and Windermere. Taxis and buses are available at Windermere station.
Bus options from Windermere station:
Take the 505 towards Coniston & get off at Croft Lodge, it's then a 10 minute walk to Brathay Hall.
Take the 516 towards Dungeon Ghyll & get off at Croft Lodge, then it's a 10 min walk to Brathay Hall.
You can also get the 505 or 516 from Ambleside bus station (Kelsick Road) to Brathay Hall.
Alternatively, from Windermere station:
You can take the 555 or 599 to Ambleside bus station and walk 24 minutes to Brathay Hall.
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