INTRODUCTION TO HAND REFLEXOLOGY
This is a two day workshop offered over one full weekend. Just as on the feet, a reflexology map of the entire body is found on the hands. Receiving hand reflexology is extremely nurturing and relaxing, and giving hand reflexology is very easy to learn. Sometimes working on the hands is even more suited than working on the feet, for instance when a person uses their hands for manual labour, or repetitive actions. It is also ideal for elderly people.
Reflexology at this level is primarily used as a natural therapy to promote relaxation.
This course is intended for treatment of yourself, family and friends. To practise on the public or before you can call yourself a professional reflexologist you must have a full Diploma in Reflexology qualification. No prior knowledge of reflexology or any other natural therapy, or body work is required to enrol on this course. If you would like to learn to do reflexology on the feet then click here to go to the page about the Introduction to Reflexology workshop.
Hand Reflexology Course Content:
What is Reflexology
History of Hand Reflexology
Basic Reflexology Techniques
Basic structure of the Hands
Understanding a Hand Chart
Hand massage procedure
Hand reflexology procedure
Benefits of Hand Reflexology
Contra-indications and safety
Post treatment advice for clients
What you can expect to find
Documenting your findings
There is plenty of hands-on work on this course.
2022 Courses in Auckland are now all finished
2023 Course dates will be added towards the end of 2022.
Please check back periodically to see the new dates and to enrol on a course.
Couse Fee: $375 (incl gst)
Course times: 9am to 5pm both days
- Sat 6th & Sun 7th August - This course date has passed.
Venue: Unit B5, 400 Rosedale Road, Albany, North Shore, Auckland
* Complete the online enrolment form at the link above.
To get the most out of this course there is some case study work that you can do after attending the workshop and submit to the tutor on completion.
Please note that this course does not lead on to studying a full Diploma in Reflexology as the Introduction to Foot Reflexology course does.