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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Body Massage
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Reflexology is an alternative medicine method involving the practice of massaging or applying pressure to parts of the feet with the goal of encouraging a beneficial effect on other parts of the body, or to improve general health.
Reflexology is one of the fastest growing holistic therapies now gaining worldwide acceptance.
It is based on the scientific principle that every organ in the body is reflected in certain reflexes in the feet. The feet are a microcosm of the human body. By manipulating the reflex areas on the feet, energy congestion in the body is released. Correct stimulation of the feet reflexes, while the client is relaxed, improves the energy flow and the blood supply. This results in an overall feeling of well-being and this enables the body to function efficiently. Reflexology is a completely safe, natural aid to restoring the body's healthy balance.
As a reflexologist, you would work with clients to treat a variety of conditions, including stress, sleep disorders, sports injuries and chronic back pain.
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Health Safety & Hygiene
Anatomy & Physiology
Client Reception & Preparation
Benefits of Reflexology
Classification of massage movements
Sequences for Reflexology
History of Relexology
What is Reflexology
Divisions of feet and areas of the body
Reactions to Reflexology
Basic Reflexology techniques
explaining the treatment to the client
taking a medical history,
covering issues such as health, diet and lifestyle
examining client’s feet / hands for possible ‘blockages’
applying pressure with the thumb and fingers
keeping treatment records
referring clients to their GP, if necessary.
Students per class: 6