Level 5 Centralia Reflexology Mastership (incorporating Agored Cymru units at Level 5)

Gaia School of Natural Health
In Neston

£2,595
VAT exempt
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Important information

  • Vocational qualification Level 5
  • Neston
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

Gaia School of Natural Health, the foremost private training school for complementary therapies on the Wirral; present the opportunity to study for the Level 5 Centralia Reflexology Mastership (incorporating Agored Cymru units at Level 5).

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Neston
Parkgate Road, ch66, Cheshire, England
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Frequent Asked Questions

· What are the objectives of this course?

The aim of the course is to equip prospective practitioners with a thorough and professional grounding in both practical and theoretical knowledge, and to equip them with all the skills necessary to become gifted and versatile health professionals. The course is accepted by Professional Reflexology for full membership (PRM), and the Association of Reflexologists for full membership (MAR status).

· Who is it intended for?

The Level 5 course is aimed at beginners rather than already qualified reflexologists, so no prior learning is required.

· Requirements

Age 19+, natural aptitude and interest in reflexology along with a capability to deliver a reflexology treatment.

· Qualification

Centralia Reflexology Mastership (incorporating Agored Cymru units at Level 5). Successful graduates from this Level 5 course will be recognised by the letters CRM5 after their names.

· What marks this course apart?

This Level 5 course is an advancement in the arena of reflexology training. Prior to its development the highest qualification available was the Diploma at Level 3. For those of you who are wanting to learn Reflexology at the highest level and practice clinical and therapeutic reflexology then this Mastership is the course for you.

· What happens after requesting information?

Gaia School of Natural Health requires the completion of a booking form available from Gaia School of Natural Health to register onto the course.

Opinions

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24/07/2010
What I would highlight Having had an interest in reflexology for some years, this course has taught me how to turn reflexology into a new career. I now feel confident enough to treat anyone with the knowledge that I have gained on the course, both from a practical and theraputic aspect and also because of all the information about anatomy, physiology and pathology that the course contains. The course tutor has given me lots of support and I enjoyed doing the course with the rest of the group. I would recommend the course to those people who want to train to do reflexology as a career and also for those who would like to practice it in their own time.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)
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24/07/2010
What I would highlight Really enjoyable. Small classes enable really good one to one teaching. Good comfortable atmosphere. Good mix of practical and therory

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

What you'll learn on the course

Anatomy
Physiology and Pathology for Reflexology
Business Skills for Reflexology Practice
Reflexology for Practitioners
Incremental Development of Reflexology Skills in Practice
Reflexology in reproductive health
Reflexology in maternity care
Reflexology in palliative care
Hand Reflexology
Reflexology research

Teachers and trainers (1)

Carolyn Roberts
Carolyn Roberts
Lead Tutor

BSc MA MSc MAR PRM Qualified reflexologist and aromatherapist. Principal of Gaia School of Natural Health

Course programme

Course review:

The course is accepted for full membership by Professional Reflexology (PRM) and the Association of Reflexologists MAR status). One academic year.

This qualification is provided by Centralia and Agored Cymru. The Gaia School and its tutors are accredited by Centralia and Agored Cymru.

The qualification is designed principally to lead directly into employment as a reflexologist. You may become a student member of the AOR whilst studying the course, and on graduation you become a Member of the Association of Reflexologists (MAR). As this qualification meets all National Occupational Standards, you will automatically be eligible to join the national register of reflexologists (and other complementary therapists), administered by the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council, (CNHC), which is the body that regulates complementary health professionals.

The Level 5 Practitioner Training in Reflexology consists of:

  • Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology for Reflexology
  • Business Skills for Reflexology Practice includes self-employment, business management, marketing and writing a business plan.
  • Reflexology for Practitioners
  • Incremental Development of Reflexology Skills in Practice
  • Providing Reflexology for Specific Conditions includes the use of reflexology in reproductive health and maternity care, palliative care, hand reflexology and research.


In addition the course will cover healthy eating, and extra topics such as using energy medicine in reflexology; and foot reading. You have the option of completing a Level 3 Unit in Healthy Eating and Wellbeing for the Complementary Therapy Client, and a workshop certifying you to use aromatherapy essential oils in your reflexology treatments.

Additional information

The May 2016 course is available at the price of £2400.

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