Beauty Specialist Diploma with Holistic Massage, Anatomy & Physiology

6 Month Course Or Can Be Completed Over 1 Year

Course Content

1. Skincare

Skin care is the range of practices that support skin integrity, enhance its appearance and relieve a variety of different skin conditions.

Practices that enhance appearance include the use of skin cleansers, toners, exfoliation, massage techniques, moisturisers, gels and serums.  Skin care is a daily routine that enhances the overall appearance of the skin and aids in preventing conditions like pigmentation, acne, dehydration etc.

2. Make-Up

The application of professional products such as foundation, setting powder, eye-shadow, eye-liner and lipstick to enhance the overall appearance of the face.

Contouring and highlighting is an excellent way to reshape, enhance or hide facial shapes and blemishes.

Make up applications include but are not limited to Day Make Up, Evening Make Up, Bridal Make Up, Special Occasion Make Up and Fantasy Make Up.

3. Manicure & Pedicures

Traditional manicures and pedicures are treatments performed on the natural nail on both the hands and the feet. It involves filling, shaping and trimming of the cuticles, removing hard skin on the feet, massage and finishing the nails with a nail paint.

Specialized hand and foot treatments, paraffin and hot oil treatments, anatomy of the hands and feet, skin structure. Nail diseases and disorders, contra-indications, nail products and ingredients.

4. Waxing

Waxing is the process of hair removal from the root by using a covering of a sticky substance, such as wax, to adhere to body hair, and then removing this covering and pulling out the hair from the follicle.

Hot and strip waxing of the legs, bikini, underarms, forearms and face. Skin histology and hair structure. Skin diseases and disorders, effects of hormones o=in relation to hair growth, wax products and ingredients. Sugaring and other forms of hair removal are covered in the theory.

5. Holistic Massage

A holistic massage addresses the entire body as a whole, concentrating on the physical body, the mental body and the emotional body. The classical massage movements and their benefits over the full body as well as the back, neck and shoulder area.

History of massage, contra-indications, massage mediums, muscles of the body are taught in theory. The effects of massage on the systems of the body through Anatomy & Physiology.

6. Anatomy & Physiology

Understanding the anatomy, organs, tissues, structures and systems of the body and they how can work together, their physiology in order for the body to maintain a balance.

This is brought into each and every subject studied as working on the body whether it be via massage, a facial or make up, understanding the body, its functions and its limitation’s is crucial.







Career Opportunities

Internationally Recognised

Quality education that is authenticated by respected examining bodies.


Become exceptional in an area of your choice. Be a make-up specialists.

Become an Entrepreneur

Become the owner of your own business.

Professional Products

Become a marketer, trainer or manager for a professional product supply-house.

Train Others

Become a trainer at a beauty health & skincare college or a hairdressing & barbering academy.

Stylist / Manager

Become a stylist or manager at a hair salon or wellness resort either in South Africa or anywhere in the world.