Stimulate reflex points that correspond to whole body health, while using natural face lift techniques for vibrant skin glow and anti-ageing properties. Clients benefit from improved lymph and circulation flow in the face and body, and frequently report a wonderful feeling of nurture and wellness. Because the skin and tissues of the face are unique in their delicate structure, facial reflexes are approached with gentleness. Unlike with other reflex systems of the body, clients do not experience the phenomenon of ‘tender’ reflex areas, and access deep levels of relaxation. For these reasons, facial reflexology is equally popular amongst spa practitioners and therapists.
75 hour Facial Reflexology Professional Certification:
15 hours class instruction
50 hours practicum*
10 hours independent assignments/study, exam (practical exam only, during the last day of class)
*(25 practicum sessions: 5 people X 5 sessions, with record keeping)
Facial Reflexology Maps, Pressure Points and Massage Techniques, Anatomy of the Head and Face (Including Lymph, Skin and Sinuses), Reflexology Principles and Routines, Toxin Release, Towel Wrapping, Facial Holds.
Pre-requisite: Online: none.
In New Brunswick (in person): none.
In Nova Scotia (in person): must be a professional reflexologist, osteopath, occupational therapist, massage therapist, physiotherapist or acupuncture therapist.
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 or 4 evenings, $460
Upcoming Facial Reflexology Professional Certification Courses
Online via Zoom: 25 May, 1 & 8 June 2021 (Tuesdays), 6pm to 9pm