5 Days Foot Reflexology Course
This Foot Reflexology Course will give you all the theoretical and practical skills required to perform a treatment for your clients friends and family.
Schedule: Monday to Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm
Flexible dates contact us at email@example.com
Saturday and Sunday time to enjoy all the splendors’ Bali has to offer
“The island of the Gods”
Who is it for:
Students aiming to becoming professional Spa therapists. Novice Students wanting to learn for fun. Professional Spa therapists wanting to add to their portfolio of skills and adding CPD hours (Continued Professional Development) No previous experience necessary.
- Coffee, tea or water
- Training Manual
- 60 +mins Training Video
- Clients for your practical sessions
- All required products and Equipment
- Bali BISA Certificate
Accommodation and Airport pick up available on request
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Read more about Reflexology
The origins of reflexology, or zone therapy as it was called, still remain a mystery. Dr William Fitzgerald states that a form of treatment utilizing pressure points was known in India and China 5,000 years ago. Another belief is that it began in ancient Egypt, a theory evidenced with a tomb drawing dating back to 2,330 BC. Others credit the birth of it to the ancient Peruvian civilization of Incas
12,000 BC. Clearly there is a lot more history regarding reflexology
Dr Fitzgerald discovered that the body could be divided into ten equal longitudinal energy zones, five relating to the right half of the body and five to the left, by drawing an imaginary line from the top of the head down through the centre of the body. These ten energy zones end on the soles of the feet and the palms of the hands. Zone one, for example, incorporates the thumb, extends up the arm into the shoulders and neck to the brain, and then down the body to the big toe. Each zone ends at a toe and finger.
For reflexology therapists, health and wellbeing require a holistic approach, which means treating the whole person: the body, the mind and the spirit. This entails looking at both the physical and emotional state of the person and their life style. The body is treated as an integrated whole in the understanding that when one system is out of order, every system is affected. Disorders are often detected during the course of a treatment. Some reflex areas are found to be painful, thereby indicating specific problems requiring extra attention. However, reflexology
is not a method of diagnosis. Remember that if you encounter any serious conditions, you should advise your patient to consult a doctor.
Benefit of Reflexology
- Improves circulation
- Improves lymphatic drainage
- Removes toxins from the body
- Boosts the immune system
- Reduces stiffness
- Increases range of motion
- Accelerates healing
- Relieves stress and tension
- Improves sleep
- Rejuvenates tired hands. eases pain
- Improves concentration and clarity of mind
- Creates feelings of tranquility, calmness, and well being
What you will learn
- Health and safety.
- Client care, communication and preparation.
- Contra Indications
- Product knowledge.
- Massage techniques with and application.
Career paths: Health & Wellness, Cruise Ships,
VTCT level 3 Diploma in Complementary Therapies