April 29 - 30, 2017
This 2-Day Intensive is designed for the serious reflexology practitioner looking for a medical approach to their treatments. It goes beyond a general relaxation session to include treatment protocols for common medical conditions. Students will be instructed on how to determine areas of emphasis for those treatments. Included will be various neck, shoulder, back, knee and hip conditions, plantar fasciitis, achilles tendonitis, respiratory issues, digestive disturbances, eye and ear problems, headaches, sinusitis, stress, anxiety and depression, menstrual, reproductive and menopausal problems, and special considerations for pregnant woman, diabetics and oncology patients.
In addition to a review of common reflexes found on the feet, students will be introduced to reflexes for the phrenic and vagus nerves, the seven main chakras, sacro-iliac joint and spinal reflexes on the lower leg. A specific stress reduction protocol encompasses instruction and practice on how to decrease sympathetic nervous system dominance and enhance parasympathetic response. Participants will be given plenty of hands-on practice time to work with these protocols.
Prerequisite: Basic Knowledge of Reflexology Theory, Location of Reflexes, Guidelines and Zones
Sat & Sun - 9am-5pm