Therapeutic Reflexology 3-days Workshop, certification course – Coming soon. Stay tuned.
Please Note: Reflexology is not intended to replace standard medical treatment. It is advised that you check with your Medical Advisor before starting any new treatment(s).
What is Reflexology? Reflexology is based on zone therapy, introduced by Fitzgerald, MD, who is frequently referred to as the father of reflexology, wrote in 1917 about ten vertical zones that extended the length of the body. He found that the application of pressure to a zone that corresponded to the location of an injury could serve as relief of pain during minor surgeries.
Reflexology has a “rich history”. According to many, it dates back to Ancient Egypt or China.
According to Mosby’s Medical Dictionary 8th edition page 1594 second column… Reflexology – a bodywork technique that uses reflex points on the hands and feet. Pressure is applied at points that correspond to various body parts with the intention of eliminating blockages to produce pain or disease. The goal is to bring the body into balance.
In years past reflexology was called:
* reflex-o-therapy* zone therapy* meridian therapy etc. The theory behind reflexology can be simply stated as the principle of a “reflex arc”. When pressure or stimulation is applied to a reflex point area, stimulation of energy takes place, sending a message to the brain which in turn produces an endorphin release, thus a “cause and effect” response.
This 3-day workshop – CEU Credits
👉🏻 Introduction of Reflexology
👉🏻 History of Reflexology
👉🏻How does reflexology work
👉🏻 Pain Management by reflexology
👉🏻 Reflexology Types: –
👉🏻 Cautions and contraindications
👉🏻 Cleaning and disinfecting
👉🏻 Treatment with a Thai wooden stick, or gem stick, wooden and stone rollers
👉🏻 What can you treat by doing Reflexology?
• Neck and Shoulder Pain
• Frozen Shoulder Pain
• Elbow Pain
• Wrist or Forearm Pain
• Upper back and Scapular Pain
• Lower Back Pain
• Sciatica Pain
• Thigh Pain
• Knee Pain
• Lower Leg Pain
• Ankle Pain
👉🏻 Treatment for other conditions:-
• Strech Marks
• Anti-aging / Wrinkles
• Abdominal Bloating (Gas)
• Poor appetite
• Irregular Menstruation
• Painful Menstruation
• Menopausal Syndrome
• Common Cold
• Stomach Flu
• Eczema & psoriasis
• Anxiety and Stress
Beneficial for the following people: –
👉🏻 Yoga Instructor
👉🏻 Acupressure Therapist
👉🏻 Nursing student
👉🏻House wives and
👉🏻Any person interested in learning a NO MEDICINE treatment
*Learn to understand your body by touching the Reflex points of the feet.
*Learn the techniques to heal and understand all the above.
(Please note that advance registration is a must)
Want to make this your career – Accredited Certification is provided
I. Duration: 5 weekends, 3 hrs. each session Offered Online and Offline. Must Contact after registration.
A. Understanding the history, principles, basics, and safety of reflexology
III. Learning objectives
A. Practical reflexology – the five-step approach Contraindications
B. The feet and Hand reflexology
C. Client consultation
D. Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the body
E. Observation of client and feet
F. Assessing the client’s treatment needs – three paths to understanding
G. Arrangement of treatment sessions and other treatment practicalities
H. Other therapies and referrals
I. Treating common ailment
J. Understanding desired outcomes for treatment
K. Learning practical techniques of advanced reflexology
L. Demonstrating practical techniques of advanced reflexology
M. Professional ethics, confidentiality, and hygiene
IV. Requirements for Certification
A. Must be certified in Basic Reflexology
B. Submission log of 20 treatment sessions
C. Written test 25 multiple choice and one scenario with a passing grade of 85% or higher