Body reflexes are located directly over (or opposite) the corresponding organ, gland or part—and when massaged with reflexology techniques, affect those corresponding areas. All the reflexology principles apply, but the techniques vary from traditional reflexology techniques to those that resemble acupressure, applied over a larger surface area with broad pressure or kneading. Body reflexes can be accessed over clothing or on skin. We will be studying a body reflex map, with emphasis on improving bowel function, releasing the diaphragm, and quick body reflex ‘tricks’.
25 hour Body Reflexology Certification:
7 hours class instruction
14 hours practicum (7 practicum sessions: 7 people X 1 session, with health record keeping)
4 hours independent assignments
Theory of Body Reflexology; Body Orientation and Reflex Layout; Referral Areas as Body Reflexes; Co- and Contra-lateral Reflexes; Superior to Inferior Body Reflex Relationships; Body Reflexes and Techniques for Improved Digestion, Headaches, Shoulder and Hip Imbalances; Fingers and Palm Positions and Reflexology Application; Soothing (Sedative effect) and Stimulating (Vitality Effect) Techniques; Indications and Contraindications; Practicum and Record Keeping Guidelines.
*PRE-REQUISITE: Foot reflexology student status with the Atlantic School of Reflexology, OR professional status as a Certified Reflexology Therapist from any institution with a minimum 30-hour class instruction format.
Course completion date: 2 months from start date.
Certificate Awarded: Following class instruction: Certificate of Attendance attesting to 7 hours of training;
Following completion of full course requirements: Certificate of Advanced Training attesting to 25 hours of training
Format/Tuition: 1 day, $195
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