Reflexology

Reflexology Course

Reflexology is the scientific art of applying pressure to reflexes on the feet and hands, with specific thumb, finger and hand techniques. It is based on a system of reflex areas that reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands, with a premise that such work effects a physical change to the body, and brings about healing.

Covered in the course
  • Understanding Reflexology
  • Techniques, Relaxation Techniques , Helper Areas, Referral areas
  • The Sense Organs and Working the Reflexes for the Sense Organs
  • The Respiratory System and Working the Reflexes for the Respiratory Organs
  • The Lymphatic System and Working the Reflexes for the Lymphatic Organs
  • The Reproductive System and Working the Reflexes for the Reproductive Organs
  • The Digestive System and Working the Reflexes for the Digestive Organs
  • The Endocrine System and Working the Reflexes for the Endocrine System
  • The Urinary System and Working the Reflexes for the Urinary Organs
  • The Skeletal, Muscular, Nervous, Spinal and the Cardiovascular Systems
  • Working the Reflexes for the Skeletal, Muscular, Nervous, and Spinal Systems / Hip / Knee / Leg Reflexes
  • Suggested Procedure for a Reflexology Session
  • Client Information and Release Form


  • Course Outcome
    Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
    Perform a reflexology treatment
    Have the necessary knowledge pertaining to work ethics and professionalism when performing reflexology

    Course Type
    Provider program

    Duration

    You can start with this course immediately on enrolment and all your course material and student pack will be send to you within 7 –10 days after enrolment is received.


    Although you should be able to complete this course in 3 months, open learning gives you the flexibility to study at your own pace within a 2 year period

    As part of this course you must attend 2 weeks of practical classes (once a week) at the college, the available dates for the practical sessions is available from the college.