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THAI STEM REFLEXOLOGY PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION

During thai stem reflexology, reflexology therapists make use of steamed herbal compresses to stimulate the reflexes through gliding, pounding, and compressing reflex areas on the feet and legs. The compresses provide herbal qualities that stimulate the olfactory system while also providing benefits to the skin itself. The warmth of the compresses is soothing and provides local relaxation effects to feet and legs, and simultaneously the whole body responds to the balancing effects of the reflexology systems. Thai stem reflexology builds on principles of energy movement via thai ‘sen lines’, clearing blockages that lead to ill-health, and opening channels for grounding energy related to the first chakra. The focus on upward strokes and rhythmic rocking techniques is also beneficial for lymph movement. Finally, we cover topics of using quality materials, from herbs to oils, and explore recipes for accompanying foot baths or thai stem foot soaks, that will extend the benefits to clients long after their session.

25 hour Thai Stem Reflexology Certification:

7 hours class instruction14 hours practicum (7 practicum sessions: 7 people X 1 session, with health record keeping)
4 hours independent assignments 

Content:

History of Thai Compresses; Thai Reflexology and the ‘Eastern’ approach to reflexology; Thai philosophy of energy movement and health; anatomy and physiology of the circulatory systems (blood and lymph) and the integumentary system (skin); reflex review and intro to reflex locations on the lower leg; Thai compress ingredients and variations; benefits of Thai stem reflexology; how to steam Thai compresses; choice of session supplies (herbs and oils), shelf-life and desired qualities; techniques and routine for using compresses in a session; aftercare foot compress soaks or herbal foot baths

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 7 hours of training;

Following completion of full course requirements: Professional Certificate attesting to 25 hours of training

 

Format/Tuition: 1 day, $195

Upcoming dates:

Moncton, NB- 29 May 2020