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CRANIOSACRAL REFLEXOLOGY

Craniosacral therapy focuses on the health of cranium and the spine, and the cerebral spinal fluid flowing between them. Elements of Upledger’s craniosacral ten-step protocol can easily be applied through the “little body in the feet”, encouraging a healthy head, neck and spine, and proper cerebral spinal fluid flow. Help your clients using new palpation skills that elongate the reflex spine through the OA lift, sacral drop and dural tube rock. Benefits include: easing spinal discomfort, easing pressure off of spinal nerves, increasing flow of spinal/cranial fluid, helping with head injury symptoms and improving foot conditions related to muscular tension, ligament or bone injury. 

75 hour Craniosacral Foot Reflexology Professional Certification:

15 hours class instruction

50 hours practicum (25 practicum sessions: 5 people X 5 sessions, with record keeping) 

10 hours independent assignments/study

Exam (practical exam only, during the last day of class)

Craniosacral therapy focuses on the health of cranium and the spine, and the cerebral spinal fluid flowing between them. Elements of Upledger’s craniosacral ten-step protocol can easily be applied through the “little body in the feet”, encouraging a healthy head, neck and spine, and proper cerebral spinal fluid flow. Help your clients using new palpation skills that elongate the reflex spine through the OA lift, sacral drop and dural tube rock. Benefits include: easing spinal discomfort, easing pressure off of spinal nerves, increasing flow of spinal/cranial fluid, helping with head injury symptoms and improving foot conditions related to muscular tension, ligament or bone injury. 

Textbook/workbook: provided.

 

*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: 6 months from start date.

 

Certificate Awarded: Following class instruction: Certificate of Attendance attesting to 15 hours of training;

Following completion of full course requirements: Professional Certificate attesting to 75 hours of training

 

Format/Tuition: 2 days, $460

Upcoming Craniosacral Reflexology Professional Certification Courses

 

Saint John, NB- March 7 & 8, 2020

Fredericton, NB- March 28 & 29, 2020

Halifax, NS- May 16 & 17, 2020

Moncton, NB- June 29 & 30, 2020