Short basic course

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Short basic course

Course Specification

A fully comprehensive 1 day course including theory and practical


Learn the techniques and benefits of Hijama therapy in a one day intensive course, delivered by the Director of Hijama Clinic and Certified Practitioners.Males and Females welcome.


Online course - available worldwide


The online course contains the same syllabus as the 1 day course shown below.

CERTIFICATION COURSE: Overview Hijama Cupping Therapy - 1 day comprehensive course

UNIT 1: Introduction to Hijama

  • History of Hijama and Cupping therapy
  • Different types of Cupping therapy (Wet, Dry, Fire and Massage)
  • Effectiveness of different methods of Cupping
  • The correct context for Hijama in Islamic medicine

UNIT 2: Hijama in Islam (Sunnah)

  • General Hadith (Prophetic tradition) referring to Hijama
  • Hadith regarding Hijama whilst fasting
  • Where to cup on the body and the 'Sunnah' points
  • Hadith regarding performing Hijama on specific days
  • Duas (prayers) to be recited before Hijama
  • Hadith regarding charging money for Hijama
  • Ruqyah (Black Magic) issues and the Hijama Therapist
  • Myths regarding blood properties and black magic

UNIT 3: Physiology and Anatomy

  • The Human skeleton
  • Blood production in the body
  • Hijama and limits regarding blood extraction
  • Hijama vs. donating blood
  • Muscle types and Hijama
  • Breathing, sweating and removal of body wastes
  • Dr Parkers study of blood drawn during Hijama

UNIT 4: Medical concerns for Hijama

  • Health and safety considerations for Hijama
  • Cupping on children
  • Cupping during pregnancy
  • Areas of the body to avoid cupping
  • Heart conditions and blood thinning medication
  • Haemophilia, Diabetes and Anaemia
  • Blood pressure and Cholesterol
  • First aid and the recovery position
  • How to deal with fainting

UNIT 5: Cross Infection Awareness

  • Understanding Cross Infection and its causes
  • Practices to reduce the risk of cross infection in Hijama
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Hijama
  • What to do in the event of contamination

Practical Session

  • You will be practising Hijama in pairs, working in a group setting
  • We will ensure that you are confident in practising Hijama before you leave

Additional features

  • Continued professional support & guidance
  • Continue to receive future course updates for free
  • Re-attend future courses for free
  • 'Forming a treatment plan' guidance document provided
  • Certificate of Achievement from Hijama Clinic
Course dates for 2016

December

Sunday 18th December 2016 (Females) Sunday 25th December 2016 (Males) << next dates
Course dates for 2017

February

Saturday 11th February 2017 (Males) Sunday 12th February 2017 (Females)

April

Saturday 1st April 2017 (Males) Sunday 2nd April 2017 (Females)

May

Saturday 20th May 2017 (Males) Sunday 21st May 2017 (Females)

July

Saturday 8th July 2017 (Males) Sunday 9th July 2017 (Females)

August

Saturday 26th August 2017 (Males) Sunday 27th August 2017 (Females)

October

Saturday 14th October 2017 (Males) Sunday 15th October 2017 (Females)

December

Saturday 2nd October 2017 (Males) Sunday 3rd October 2017 (Females)

Course FAQ's

1Can I really learn Hijama in one day?
Yes Hijama is simple, it has been practised by many cultures through the centuries. So we are not teaching something very complicated. However there are certain health, safety and medical standards which need to be observed by law and practioners must be aware of.
2What about the practical?
You will be performing Hijama on fellow course attendees and will make sure you are confident in practising before you leave.
3Can I practise straight away?
Yes upon completion of the course you should be confident enough to practise straight away. And we continue to support you afterwards.
4How should I prepare for the course?
The course starts at 9.30am until 6pm. Please get a good nights rest as the day is full on with theory and practical where you will be needing both your brain and body! If you are ok to have Hijama performed on you - please wear comfortable clothing that gives easy access to your back.
All equipment is provided.
5I am coming from a distance, where can I stay?
Our course takes place in central Luton. Many of our attendees travel from different countries and long distances within the UK to attend our course. If you are travelling by public transport then we suggest the following hotels that are very close walking distance from Luton's main train and bus stations.

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