Reflexology is an extremely effective form of massage. The basis of which relates to "reflex points" on the sole of the foot.
These "points" coincide with each organ and system in the body and are linked to those organs by "energy channels", "zones"
or "meridians". When illness, or imbalance, occurs the corresponding "energy channels" become blocked. Reflexology Massage
aims to remove these blocks, thus allowing the energy to flow freely again.
When the Physiotherapist, Eunice Ingham first began mapping the entire bodily organs onto the feet, back in the 1930's,
little did she realise that this would be the beginning of such a revolution in healing therapy. From this time on, it has been
confirmed that by using pressure on the various points on the feet, along with massage, that such an improvement in both
illness and ailment could be witnessed. Modern Reflexology is both a science and an art. Reflexology is generally applied as a
massage to the feet or hands, using the zones that correspond to the various organs of the body. As a science, it requires
careful study faithful practise and a sound knowledge of the techniques that are used.
As one of the 'healing arts', Reflexology yields the best result when the Reflexologist works with self belief and dedication.
Reflexology will reduce stress and tension in the individual, improve circulation and cleanse the body of toxins and impurities.
It is also renowned for revitalisation of energy and is often used as a preventative healthcare. In other words this pleasing
therapy will help to balance the whole system.
This foundation course will provide the student with comprehensive information to begin working as a Reflexologist.
However at this stage, serious students wishing to extend their skills are recommended to continue their studies with
our Advanced Reflexology course. This will expand your knowledge in the specialised areas of this truly effective therapy.
Subjects included in the Course:
The Nature of Stress
Reading the feet
Feet Reflex Points
The Active Life
Mapping the Feet
Starting your Practise
Anatomy and Physiology
Yin and Yang
Procedure and Technique
Students obtaining 80% average pass marks will be awarded an accredited SNHS Diploma entitling them to practise.
Tutored: single payment of £295
or £95 deposit followed by 4 monthly payments of £50
Self-Study: single payment of £135
or £35 deposit followed by 4 monthly payments of £25
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