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INTRODUCTION TO REFLEXOLOGY

This is a two day workshop, offered over one full weekend (Saturday and Sunday).  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 qualification. 

No prior knowledge of reflexology or any other natural therapy, or body work is required to enrol on this course.

Introduction to Reflexology Course Content:

 

  • What is Reflexology

  • History of Reflexology

  • Zone Therapy

  • Basic Reflexology Techniques

  • Basic structure of the Feet

  • Understanding a Foot Chart

  • Foot massage procedure

  • Reflexology procedure

  • Benefits of 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.

Course dates for 2021: ​​​​​​​​​​

- Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th February

- Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th June 

- Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th September

Venue: Unit B5, 400 Rosedale Road,

Albany, North Shore, Auckland

* 9 am to 5pm both days

Dates for Courses in Gore, Southland:

- Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd May

- Saturday 27th & Sunday 28th November

Venue to be confirmed.

* 9 am to 5pm both days

Cost: $375 (incl gst)​

* Complete the appropriate online form at the link below.

Register for the course here NOW

 

Introduction to Reflexology Course Enrolment Form

Register for the Gore course here NOW

 

Introduction to Reflexology Course Enrolment Form

You may choose to stop here or use this course as the first step towards continuing on to studying a full Diploma in Reflexology.   If this is the case then there is some case study work to do.